Volume II covers a number of measurement and analytical issues in greater technical detail, including: range restriction adjustments, methods for evaluating multiple sources of error in measurement, comparing alternative measures of performance, and strategies for clustering military occupations.
Table of Contents
|Implications of Cognitive Psychology for Measuring Job Performance||1-26|
|Work Samples as Measures of Performance||27-52|
|Measuring Job Competency||53-74|
|The Evaluation of Alternative Measures of Job Performance||75-126|
|Range Restriction Adjustments in the Prediction of military Job Performance||127-157|
|Alternatives to the Validity Coefficient for Reporting the Test-Criterion Relationship||158-206|
|Generalizability of military Performance Measurements: I. Individual Performance||207-257|
|Procedures for Eliciting and Using Judgments of the Value of Observed Behaviors on Military Job Performance Tests||258-304|
|Exploring Strategies for Clustering Military Occupations||305-332|
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