PERSONNEL SELECTION IN THE NAVY: PROCEEDINGS OF A NAVY-WIDE WORKSHOP, APRIL 1967
NAVAL SUBMARINE MEDICAL RESEARCH LAB GROTON CT
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The report represents the proceedings of a Navy-Wide Workshop on Personnel Selection in the U.S. Navy. The thirty participants represented the major Navy activities with on-going personnel selection programs. This report consists of the edited transcriptions of the taped recordings from the seven Workshop Sessions entitled 1 Brief Updating of Selection Programs by representatives of attending activities 2 Criterion Development 3 Personality and Aptitude Measurement in Selection 4 Biomedical Indices in Selection 5 Small Groups Observational Data in Selection 6 Personnel Allocation Processes and 7 Selection-related Research Areas and Division of Labor Among the Navy Activities. Selection methodologies, statistical techniques, computer strategies, and the pros and cons of various psychometric approaches used in selection are discussed.
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