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Elliott C. Larson, Kenneth P. P. Yusko, Charles A. Scherbaum, Harold W. Goldstein, Juliet R. Aiken & Lorren O. Oliver

In: The SAGE Handbook of Personality and Individual Differences: Volume III: Applications of Personality and Individual Differences

Chapter 25: Modernizing Intelligence in the Workplace: Recent Developments in Theory and Measurement of Intelligence at Work

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Modernizing Intelligence in the Workplace: Recent Developments in Theory and Measurement of Intelligence at Work
Modernizing Intelligence in the Workplace: Recent Developments in Theory and Measurement of Intelligence at Work
Elliott C. Larson Kenneth P. P. Yusko Charles A. Scherbaum Harold W. Goldstein Juliet R. Aiken Lorren O. Oliver

Much of the contemporary work on intelligence in the workplace spawned from a seminal article written by Spearman (1904) over a hundred years ago. Spearman began a paradigm shift in how researchers approached intelligence, specifically by developing and applying a psychometric approach to intelligence, which led ...

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