[IPAC-List] Test Cheating Techniques

Dennis Doverspike dennisdoverspike at gmail.com
Fri Nov 18 15:16:37 EST 2011


I believe that Mike McDaniel collected some horror and funny stories on
cheating. Maybe if he is still on the IPAC list he will share some again.

On Fri, Nov 18, 2011 at 11:51 AM, Carl Greenberg <
carl.greenberg at pragmatichr.com> wrote:

> The recent discussions around personality test preparation aroused my

> curiosity about the creative ways in which job applicants have cheated on

> pre employment tests. Does anyone have examples of unique and creative

> ways applicants have been caught cheating?


> Carl Greenberg, Ph.D.


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Dennis Doverspike, PhD., ABPP
Licensed Psychologist, #3539 (OHIO)
Independent Consultant
Professor of Psychology, University of Akron
dennisdoverspike at gmail.com

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