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PSY 6430: Personnel Selection and Placement

Dr. Dickinson teaches this class every other spring semester.

Updated: April 6th, 2017

This course is designed to teach students: (1) the professional and legal requirements for personnel selection systems, including equal opportunity employment laws; (2) how to design and conduct job analyses that meet legal and professional requirements; (3) how to assess the relative adequacy and feasibility of different selection procedures (application blanks, interview, ability tests, training and experience evaluations, drug testing, honesty testing, etc.); and (4) how to design and evaluate the adequacy of personnel selection systems.

Spring 2017 syllabus

Spring 2017 study objectives

Lecture materials will be posted as semester progresses

Unit 1 Lecture

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Unit 7 Lecture

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