Jeff Weekley
Jeff Weekley
Clinical Professor, Human Resource Management, University of Texas at Dallas
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The structure and function of human capital emergence: A multilevel examination of the attraction-selection-attrition model
RE Ployhart, JA Weekley, K Baughman
Academy of Management Journal 49 (4), 661-677, 2006
Video‐based situational testing
JA Weekley, C Jones
Personnel Psychology 50 (1), 25-49, 1997
The consequences of human resource stocks and flows: A longitudinal examination of unit service orientation and unit effectiveness
RE Ployhart, JA Weekley, J Ramsey
Academy of Management Journal 52 (5), 996-1015, 2009
Further studies of situational tests
JA Weekley, C Jones
Personnel Psychology 52 (3), 679-700, 1999
Web‐based and paper‐and‐pencil testing of applicants in a proctored setting: Are personality, biodata, and situational judgment tests comparable?
RE Ployhart, JA Weekley, BC Holtz, C Kemp
Personnel Psychology 56 (3), 733-752, 2003
Situational judgment tests: Theory, measurement, and application
JA Weekley, RE Ployhart
Psychology Press, 2013
Situational constraint effects on performance, affective reactions, and turnover: A field replication and extension.
EJ O'Connor, LH Peters, A Pooyan, J Weekley, B Frank, B Erenkrantz
Journal of Applied Psychology 69 (4), 663, 1984
The dynamic nature of collective turnover and unit performance: The impact of time, quality, and replacements
ML Call, AJ Nyberg, RE Ployhart, J Weekley
Academy of Management Journal 58 (4), 1208-1232, 2015
Comparison of situational and behavior description interview questions for higher‐level positions
AI Huffcutt, JA Weekley, WH Wiesner, TG Degroot, C Jones
Personnel Psychology 54 (3), 619-644, 2001
Applicant reactions to different selection technology: Face‐to‐face, interactive voice response, and computer‐assisted telephone screening interviews
TN Bauer, DM Truxillo, ME Paronto, JA Weekley, MA Campion
International Journal of Selection and Assessment 12 (1‐2), 135-148, 2004
On the development of situational judgment tests: Issues in item development, scaling, and scoring
JA Weekley, RE Ployhart, BC Holtz
Situational judgment tests, 157-182, 2013
Reliability and validity of the situational interview for a sales position.
JA Weekley, JA Gier
Journal of Applied Psychology 72 (3), 484, 1987
Situational judgment: Antecedents and relationships with performance
JA Weekley, RE Ployhart
Human Performance 18 (1), 81-104, 2005
The effects of objective work-load variations of psychological strain and post-work-load performance
JB Shaw, JA Weekley
Journal of Management 11 (1), 87-98, 1985
An introduction to situational judgment testing
JA Weekley, RE Ployhart
Situational judgment tests: Theory, measurement, and application, 1-10, 2006
Toward an understanding of situational judgment item validity and group differences.
MA McDaniel, J Psotka, PJ Legree, AP Yost, JA Weekley
Journal of Applied Psychology 96 (2), 327, 2011
Personality and situational judgment tests across applicant and incumbent settings: An examination of validity, measurement, and subgroup differences
JA Weekley, RE Ployhart, CM Harold
Human Performance 17 (4), 433-461, 2004
Ceilings in the reliability and validity of performance ratings: The case of expert raters
JA Weekley, JA Gier
Academy of Management Journal 32 (1), 213-222, 1989
The validity of verifiable and non‐verifiable biodata items: An examination across applicants and incumbents
CM Harold, LA McFarland, JA Weekley
International Journal of Selection and Assessment 14 (4), 336-346, 2006
A comparison of three methods of estimating the standard deviation of performance in dollars.
JA Weekley, B Frank, EJ O'Connor, LH Peters
Journal of Applied Psychology 70 (1), 122, 1985
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