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The following tables of correlation coefficients were created during a validation study conducted on assembly-line workers in a medium-sized workplace. Fifty assembly-line employees completed a general cognitive ability test and a job knowledge test, as well as a personality inventory assessing a trait called “need for achievement,” which is abbreviated “nAch.” High scores on the two tests and the personality inventory indicate greater amounts of each construct. The cost per applicant for each test is indicated in the tables. As part of the study, job performance data for each employee was also collected on three important dimensions of assembly line performance: error rates, speed of assembly, and teamwork. Higher scores on the performance dimensions indicate higher levels of each job performance dimension. Assume the reliability of each of the tests was satisfactory. Correlation coefficients are statistically significant if p
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