use psychometric in a sentence.
IQ is the KSLOC of the psychometrics world.
Just curious if the HR manager took the psychometric evaluation?
See also:Homeopaths Acupuncturists Most broad-stroke psychometric testing
I have a solution: Give HR hires a psychometric test that weeds out ones who like psychometric tests
You are definitely mixing up psychology with psychometrics.
I've taken several kinds of psychometric tests, but have never seen one that produces a single result, whose unit is %.
Interestingly, the psychometric profiles for music and engineering share quite a few characteristics.
Has anyone in academia performed psychometric testing on game players versus non-game players?
It should be noted for anybody interested in reading up on the subject that psychometrics is a sub-field of quantitative psychology.
Also, I formally let them know I disagreed with the psychometric testing.
Where do you work that psychometric tests are required of candidates?
But a lot of psychometrics is pure, unadulterated, grade A horse shit.
I was hired as a senior manager into a well known company that used psychometric testing to filter job candidates.
My recruiting was able to balance any psychometric testing bias by only short listing people we thought were likely up to the job technically and who would fit in with the team.
After I left that company I was pretty sure that I would avoid businesses that used psychometric testing - in the same way as I would refuse to interview for any business that used something like graphology - more obviously bogus science?
The problem with psychometric tests is that they're easy to game by answering them with the values the company is almost certainly looking for.
Many big corporates have psychometricians on staff.
I also wouldn't be surprised if many of the tests contain an element of uncorrected racial/cultural bias, and the psychometric industry has been exploiting the inability of the government to enforce the law (Employment Equity Act), which makes discriminatory testing illegal.
Unfortunately, much of the bullshit surrounding the particular psychometric tests used by HR departments has thoroughly debased a discipline that invented cross validation.