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Thurstone

#2, Followed Spearman - 7 mental abilities: verbal comp, fluency, # fluency, spatial, associative memory, perceptual speed, reasoning.

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Cattell v. CHC

2 g-factor subtypes: fluid, crystal.

CHC: most emp valid; 10 broad, 70 narrow;

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Gardner

"Garden variety" 8: ling, logic-math, spatial, musical, bod-kines, interpres, intra, naturalistic.

4

Sternberg

Triarchic Theory
Process over product.
Internal (analytical), adaptive (creative), practical (apply past kwg).

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Rorschach dimensions

Content (category like science, etc), Location (on inkblot), Form quality (correlation w ink), developmental quality (degree of integration with other responses); R-PAS approach.

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Fiedler CT

Contigency theory: effectiveness of leader depends on the situation. Fiedler: LPC; Contextual variables, including group atmosphere, task structure, and leader's power position. "leadership style" and "situational favorableness" (later called "situational control").

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Vroom and Yetton Normative Decision Model

best style of leadership is contingent to the situation; five different styles (ranging from autocratic to consultative to group-based decisions) on the situation and level of involvement.

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Hersey and Blanchard Situational Leadership Theory

Maturity and competence of the group focused on:
S-1 Telling - incompetent/unwilling
S-2 Selling - unwilling
S-3 Participating - competent, but doubtful
S-4 Delegating - ready, willing, able

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House Goal-Path theory

Removing barriers to success; specifying a leader's style or behavior that best fits the employee and work environment in order to achieve a goal (House, Mitchell, 1974). The goal is to increase your employees' motivation, empowerment, and satisfaction so they become productive members of the organization.

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Incremental Validity

3 factors: 1) the base rate, or the percentage of correct hiring decisions made when the test is not used; 2) the test's validity coefficient; and 3) the selection ratio