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2009 | nr 3-4 | 105-114
Tytuł artykułu

Jak działa Assessment Center? Zagadka trafności ośrodków oceny

Warianty tytułu
How Does an Assessment Center Work? The Puzzle of Assessment Center Accuracy
Języki publikacji
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Abstrakty
W niniejszym artykule rozważana jest kwestia paradoksu trafności Assessment Center związanego z niską trafnością teoretyczną tej metody przy jej wysokich możliwościach predykcyjnych. Przedstawione wyniki badań potwierdzające twierdzenie, iż AC bada bardziej poziom wykonania zadań przez kandydata niż jego kompetencje, rozumiane jako względnie trwałe cechy, oraz ich implikacje dla praktyki selekcji. (abstrakt oryginalny)
EN
This paper looks at the puzzle of the accuracy of the assessment center in connection with the low theoretical accuracy of this method coupled with its high potential for prediction. The presented research results confirm the claim that the assessment center tends to evaluate the level of task performance by the candidate rather than his or her competencies, understood as relatively stable qualities, as well as their implication in the practice of selection. (original abstract)
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105-114
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Bibliografia
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