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Quantitative papers There are a number of papers that didn't use a Bayesian approach but provide a relevant basis for developing quantitative Bayesian models: Zickar et al (2004) performed a mixed-model using item response theory to examine different classes of respondents to personality tests. While it doesn't appear to be a Bayesian analysis, it is an ...


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This is a big and important topic. The following is a bit of an introduction. Feel free to ask a separate more focussed question. Some terminology In general distinctions are made between the terms bias, fairness, and discrimination. Bias is a statistical term. Bias for a group can indicate that test scores for that group are systematically lower or ...


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Summary of Kluemper et al 2012 I had a read through the article by Kluemper et al (2012) mentioned in the answer by John Pick. The following summarises some key points. After discussing the broader context of using social networks to measure personality, Kluemper et al (2012) cited the findings of a couple of existing studies: Karl, Peluchette, and ...


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A lot of organisations are concerned about work place safety and integrity. Some jobs require driving as part of the job. Furthermore, in some jurisdictions personal injury that results from accidents that occur while commuting to work are covered by workers compensation. Thus, in some cases, driving behaviour is directly relevant to the job. In other cases, ...


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The paper referred to in the OP's media link is free online. It reviews the literature and presents its own new studies as well: KLUEMPER, D. H., ROSEN, P. A. and MOSSHOLDER, K. W. (2012), Social Networking Websites, Personality Ratings, and the Organizational Context: More Than Meets the Eye?. Journal of Applied Social Psychology. doi: ...


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Richard Griffith and Patrick Converse (2012) provide a good review of personality faking research that has employed a within-subjects design to examine changes in responses to personality tests between an applicant and a development context. The following represent my review of the papers identified by Griffith and Converse (2012). I take it as fairly ...



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