Recent Presentations

The presentations on this page are either pdfs of powerpoint presentations, winzip archives containing the presentation and supporting materials, or Prezi presentations viewable on mobile, tablet, as well as desktop devices.

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Presentations as pdfs or Winzip archives

James Grice's Observational Oriented Modeling:The Fundamental Logic, Implementation, and Implications for Psychological Science - October, 2010.

Single Item Assessment of Psychological Attributes: Graphical Profiler, Dynamic Analog, and Visual Analog Scales - April, 2011.

Evidence-Based I/O Psychology, Part 1: Rob Briner's views - August 2011.

Evidence-Based I/O Psychology, Part 2: My views - August 2011.

Employability, corporatization, global unemployment, and I/O psychologists (includes articles, reference papers, and presentation pdf) - October 2012.

Can we trust the scientific literature in Industrial and Organizational Psychology (includes articles, reference papers, and presentation pdf) - October 2013.

Evaluating Practitioner-Led Workplace Interventions (co-authored with Roché Herbst) - September, 2014.

Good Judgement: The Next Assessment Frontier - October, 2014.

Good Judgement: The Next Assessment Frontier. A Winzip archive of supplemental material discussed in the presentation, containing two hand-outs, an example complex-SJT item and the reasoning behind each response option, and the algorithms behind the Cognadev Values Orientation scoring and retest reliability calculation October 2014.

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Coming soon: What is it psychologists do not understand about small effect sizes?