CAREFULNESS PEER RATINGS AS A PREDICTOR OF SUCCESS IN NAVAL AVIATION TRAINING.
NAVAL AEROSPACE MEDICAL INST PENSACOLA FLA
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Cadets were instructed to indicate whether each of the other members in their class was more careful or less careful than themselves. The Carefulness Ratings CR were correlated with scores on each of the primary selection tests and grades in Naval School, Pre-Flight, and the the addition of CR to the validity of the Pensacola Student Prediction was investigated. CR had significant relationships to the majority of the primary selection tests and Pre-Flight grades currently employed as predictors. For this reason, despite a significant relationship of CR to the criterion of successfailure, its unique contribution was too small to be of practical value. Author
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