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Michael M. Harris

In: The Employment Interview Handbook

Chapter 8: What is being Measured?

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What is being Measured?
What is being measured?
Michael M.Harris

Now that it has been well established that the structured interview has relatively high criterion-related validity (Harris, 1989; Huffcutt & Arthur, 1994; Wiesner & Cronshaw, 1988), some scholars have asserted that the next major challenge is to examine the nomological network of this selection technique (McDaniel, Whetzel, Schmidt, & Maurer, 1994). The purpose of this chapter, then, is to consider what cons true t(s) the structured interview might be measuring. First, I discuss what I mean by the structured interview. I then review four possible constructs that the structured interview may be measuring and suggest future research to examine those possibilities.

There are two reasons why I concentrate here only on the structured interview. First, because structured interviews ...

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