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1The Key Differences between Brogden-Cronbach-Gleser and Taylor-RussellNameUniversityCourse Code: Course NameInstructorDate
2The Key Differences between Brogden-Cronbach-Gleser and Taylor-RussellThe Brogden-Cronbach-Gleser method provides a direct estimate of monetary valueusing dollar criteria (Kitamura & Stoye, 2018). It makes it the most applicable as compared toother models (Cabrera & Raju, 2001). In contrast, the Tayler-Russel model recognizes that theselection device's value varies as a function of situational variables (Cannata, 2018).The Tayler-Russel method establishes a chain of tables showing the relations of validity co-efficient, thechoice rate, the base frequency, and the success proportion.In the Brogden-Cronbach-Gleser model, an implementation of a formula gives anapproximation of utility by approximating the amount of money a company would save when thetest is used (Cabrera & Raju, 2001).The formula measures the utility of selection in terms of

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