A two-parameter logistic regression model for
personnel selection is proposed. In addition to
presenting a theoretical basis for the model, a unified
approach is provided for studying selection,
validity generalization, employee classification,
selection bias, and utility-based fair selection. The
new model was tested with a large database
(N = 84,808). Results show the logistic regression
model to be valid and also quite robust with
respect to direct and indirect range restriction on
the predictor. Index terms: logistic regression, personnel
selection, selection bias, utility-based fair
selection, validity generalization.
Raju, Nambury S, Steinhaus, Stephen D, Edwards, Jack E & DeLessio, Juyne. (1991). A logistic regression model for personnel selection. Applied Psychological Measurement, 15, 139-152. doi:10.1177/014662169101500204
Raju, Nambury S.; Steinhaus, Stephen D.; Edwards, Jack E.; DeLessio, Juyne.
A logistic regression model for personnel selection.
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