We’re happy to announce that our newest article titled “The Eyes Chico, They Never Lie: Using Eye-Tracking to Examine the Process of Faking on the Conditional Reasoning Test for Aggression” was just accepted for publication in the Journal of Personnel Psychology. Couple of highlights on what we did in the paper. We conducted three studies to test the fakeability of […]
Our article “A reflection on cognitive reflection” has just been published in Judgment and Decision Making. So, what is it about? Cognitive reflection test (CRT) and belief-bias syllogisms (BBS) are supposed to measure cognitive reflection, i.e. the ability and/or disposition to resist reporting a first response that comes to a mind and, instead, to think more carefully before coming up […]
Our research team published a paper in the European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology. The paper describes six studies that explored the feasibility of using conditional reasoning to measure the motive for power (CRT-P). Main findings: CRT-P is less fakeable compared to traditional self-report surveys and it correlates both with organizational leadership occupancy and leadership effectiveness ratings. You can […]
Last week, our PI Zvonimir Galić spent several days on a work visit to Vrije University Amsterdam. There he gave a lecture titled „Assessing the unconscious: Contribution of implicit personality measures to the understanding of organizational behaviour“ and met with another member of our team, Janneke Oostrom, to discuss the topic of Situational judgment test that is being developed within […]
We are proud to announce that, as of Friday, November 29, 2019, the number of PhDs in our team has increased by one. Our colleague Mitja Ružojčić has successfully defended his thesis named “The role of implicit aggressiveness in explaining counterproductive work behavior” and deservedly earned his PhD. Congratulations to Mitja!