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See detailShort scales – Five misunderstandings and ways to overcome them
Ziegler, M.; Kemper, Christoph UL; Kruyen, P.

in Journal of Individual Differences (2014), 35(4), 185-189

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See detailThe Vocabulary and Overclaiming Test (VOC-T)
Ziegler, M.; Kemper, Christoph UL; Rammstedt, B.

in Journal of Individual Differences (2013)

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See detailMeasuring Performance in Dynamic Decision Making: reliability and validity of the Tailorshop simulation.
Danner, Daniel; Hagemann, Dirk; Holt, Daniel V. et al

in Journal of Individual Differences (2011), 32

The Tailorshop simulation is a computer based dynamic decision making task in which participants have to lead a fictional company for twelve simulated months. The present study investigated whether the ... [more ▼]

The Tailorshop simulation is a computer based dynamic decision making task in which participants have to lead a fictional company for twelve simulated months. The present study investigated whether the performance measure in the Tailorshop simulation is reliable and valid. The participants were 158 employees from different companies. Structural equation models were used to test tau-equivalent measurement models. The results indicate that the trends of the company value between the second and the twelfth month are reliable variables. Furthermore, this measure predicted real-life job performance ratings by supervisors and was associated with the performance in another dynamic decision making task. Thus, the trend of the company value provides a reliable and valid performance indicator for the Tailorshop simulation. [less ▲]

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See detailTrait and state components of perceived parental differential treatment in middle adulthood. A longitudinal study.
Boll, Thomas UL; Michels, Tom UL; Ferring, Dieter UL et al

in Journal of Individual Differences (2010), 31(3), 158-165

Despite its importance for basic and applied psychology, only a few longitudinal studies have examined whether parental differential treatment (PDT) is a persistent or a transient phenomenon, these ... [more ▼]

Despite its importance for basic and applied psychology, only a few longitudinal studies have examined whether parental differential treatment (PDT) is a persistent or a transient phenomenon, these studies being confined to childhood or adolescence. Based on latent state-trait theory, the present study identified the amount of variance in three dimensions of perceived PDT in middle adulthood attributable to stable interindividual differences (trait variance) and to intraindividual changes (state variance). At two occasions of measurement (2 years apart), 709 middle-aged adults rated how often they and a sibling currently received parental recognition, nurture, and demand to assume filial responsibility. Tests of latent state-trait models for these three dimensions of PDT by structural equation modeling revealed that trait variance represented the largest proportion of the systematic variance in all observed indicators of perceived maternal and paternal differential treatment. Yet there was a considerable increase in state variance for the dimension of differential parental demand for assuming responsibility. Results are discussed with respect to the conditions accounting for the high overall stability of actual and/or perceived PDT in adulthood, and different approaches for determining their role are proposed. [less ▲]

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