Construct Validity of Two Categories of Assessment Center Dimension Ratings
The construct validity of assessment center final dimension ratings was examined within a nomological network of cognitive and personality measures. Four hundred forty-one employees of a large mid-western petroleum company were assessed on 11 dimensions in two broad categories and completed four tests. Results showed that several cognitive ability measures related more strongly to performance-style dimension ratings than to interpersonal-style dimension ratings, providing evidence for convergent and discriminant validity. Correlation analysis and factor analysis support the two a priori interpersonal- and performance-style categories. The results suggest that final dimension ratings possess construct validity and that assessors can differentiate between two broad categories of assessment dimensions.
Shore, Ted H., George C. Thornton III, and Lynn McFarlane Shore. "Construct Validity of Two Categories of Assessment Center Dimension Ratings." Personnel Psychology 43.1 (1990): 101-16. Print.