[IPAC-List] Meta analysis of selection methods

Dan Putka dputka at humrro.org
Thu Jun 9 13:36:44 EDT 2016


I know that a few years ago Frank and In-Sue Oh were working on an update 
to S&H (1998).  Frank presented some of the results at the PTC-MW fall 
event back in 2013 (http://www.ptcmw.org/event-756363).
I'm not sure where that update is in the publication process.

Beyond Frank's work above (which takes more of a selection"method" focus, 
rather than a "construct" focus), there have been several more recent 
construct-focused meta-analyses for various selection methods. Along those 
lines, depending on what your interest is, these may be useful:

Assessment Center

Arthur, W., Jr., & Day, E. A., McNelly, T. L., & Edens, P. S. (2003).  A 
meta-analysis of the criterion-related validity of assessment center 
dimensions.  Personnel Psychology, 56, 125-153.

Huffcutt, A. I., Conway, J. M., Roth, P. L., & Stone, N. J. (2001). 
Identification and meta-analytic assessment of psychological constructs 
measured in employment interviews. Journal of Applied Psychology, 86, 


Sackett, P. R., & Walmsley, P. T. (2014). Which personality attributes are 
most important in the workplace?  Perspectives on Psychological Science, 9
, 538-551.


Christian, M. S., Edwards, B. D., & Bradley, J. C. (2010). Situational 
judgment tests: Constructs assessed and a meta-analysis of their criterion 
related validities. Personnel Psychology, 63, 83-117.]\

Hope this helps,


Dan J. Putka, Ph.D.
Principal Staff Scientist
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From:   Keith Poole <keith.poole at phoenix.gov>
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Date:   06/09/2016 12:02 PM
Subject:        [IPAC-List] Meta analysis of selection methods
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I’ve referenced Schmidt and Hunter (1998) for years, just wondering if 
there has been anything more recent that is close to or on par with the 
breadth of this analysis?   Thanks.
Keith Poole
HR Supervisor
City of Phoenix HR Dept
keith.poole at phoenix.gov
IPAC-List at ipacweb.org

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