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Building and Retaining the Career Force: New Procedures for Accessing and Assigning Army Enlisted Personnel Annual Report, 1991 Fiscal Year
Interim rept. Oct 1990-Sep 1991
HUMAN RESOURCES RESEARCH ORGANIZATION ALEXANDRIA VA
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The Career Force research project is the second phase of a two-phase Army program to develop a selection and classification system for enlisted personnel based on expected future performance. In the first phase, Project A, a large and versatile data base, was collected from a representative sample of Military Occupational Specialties MOS and used to a validate the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery ASVAB and b develop and validate new predictor and criterion measures representing the entire domain of potential measures. Building on this foundation, Career Force research will finish developing the selectionclassification system and evaluate its effectiveness, with emphasis on assessing second-tour performance. This second year of the project emphasized building the data file for the Longitudinal Validation cohort, developing the basic scores for the final versions of the Experimental Predictor Battery and the first-tour performance measures, and carrying out the basic longitudinal validation. Career force, Longitudinal validation, Project A, Criterion measures, Personnel classification, Second-tour Predictor measures, Personnel selection, performance.
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