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Integrity – being honest, reliable, and ethical: Made up high conscientiousness, agreeableness, and low neuroticism Correlate .46 with job performance ratings. Accident proneness - Low agreeableness, high extraversion, low conscientiousness
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OTHER IMPORTANT PERSONALITY TRAITS Core self-evaluations – predicts job performance and satisfaction An individual's fundamental evaluations about themselves, their own abilities, and their own control. Correlated with job satisfaction & job performance
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WHY IS PERSONALITY IMPORTANT 1. Has good criterion-related validity (predicts performance) 2. Personality plays an important role above and beyond cognitive ability. ( incremental validity ) Personality is more closely related to the motivational aspects of work ( will do ), while cognitive ability is more closely related to what a person can do . 3. There are no reliable group differences in test scores for personality along racial/ethnic lines, which is not the case for cognitive ability tests. We’ll take more about group differences later this class.
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OUTLINE PART 1: Overview of Individual Differences PART 2: Human Attributes 2.1: Cognitive Ability 2.2: Personality 2.3: Physical Ability 2.4: Other Attributes PART 3: Assessment Techniques PART 4: Controversies/Issues in Assessment
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SKILLS Skills – practiced acts that can be developed over time with the requisite knowledge, abilities, and effort. Relevant Examples: communication skills negotiation skills conflict resolution skills People Skills
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KNOWLEDGE Knowledge – “a collection of discrete but related facts and information about a particular domain. It is acquired through formal education or training, or accumulated through specific experiences” Procedural Knowledge - Familiarity with a procedure or process knowing how Declarative knowledge – Understanding what is required to perform a task; knowing information about a job or job task. knowing that erson, Mamford, Borman, Jeanneret, & Fleishman, 1999, p. 71)
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EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE Emotional Intelligence (EI) – a proposed kind of intelligence focused on people’s awareness of their own and others’ emotions. “the ability to carry out accurate reasoning about emotions and the ability to use emotions and emotional knowledge to enhance thought” Controversies/Questions: Is this really a kind of intelligence, a skill (able to be learned with practice), or is it closer to a personality characteristic? What is the right way to measure EI?
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EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE, CONT.
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