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Computerised Test Generation for Cross-National Military Recruitment

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Computerised Test Generation for Cross-National Military Recruitment by Prof. Sidney H. Irvine is a handbook for use in occupational psychology, test construction and psychometrics. The book describes the development of the British Army Recruitment Battery (BARB) by Prof. Irvine and his colleagues at the University of Plymouth. BARB is a computer-administered selection battery that is still in use to this day and is capable of developing new parallel tests for every candidate in the recruitment process. In telling the story, Sidney Irvine describes not only the development of the battery itself, funded by the UK Ministry of Defence, but all the work that went on before and afterwards, in the United Kingdom, with European allies and in the United States. Prof. Irvine argues that judicious application of the current state-of-the art in psychometric selection tests can be used to maximise retention and minimise attrition. As such, this long-awaited book will be of great interest to psychologists, psychometricians, test developers, those involved in personnel selection and all with an interest in military history, in particular the history of military science. With a foreword and chapter introductions from a worldwide array of subject matter experts, the book also has a full subject index and an extensive bibliography. 
 
Ex-library book with sticker on spine and also front free end paper has been removed

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Author(s):
Sidney H. Irvine
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
245x168x33
EAN-13:
9781614993629
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-13:
9781614993629
Number of items:
1
Number of pages:
480
Publisher:
IOS Press

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Computerised Test Generation for Cross-National Military Recruitment by Prof. Sidney H. Irvine is a handbook for use in occupational psychology, test construction and psychometrics. The book describes the development of the British Army Recruitment Battery (BARB) by Prof. Irvine and his colleagues at the University of Plymouth. BARB is a computer-administered selection battery that is still in use to this day and is capable of developing new parallel tests for every candidate in the recruitment process. In telling the story, Sidney Irvine describes not only the development of the battery itself, funded by the UK Ministry of Defence, but all the work that went on before and afterwards, in the United Kingdom, with European allies and in the United States. Prof. Irvine argues that judicious application of the current state-of-the art in psychometric selection tests can be used to maximise retention and minimise attrition. As such, this long-awaited book will be of great interest to psychologists, psychometricians, test developers, those involved in personnel selection and all with an interest in military history, in particular the history of military science. With a foreword and chapter introductions from a worldwide array of subject matter experts, the book also has a full subject index and an extensive bibliography. 
 
Ex-library book with sticker on spine and also front free end paper has been removed

Author(s):
Sidney H. Irvine
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
245x168x33
EAN-13:
9781614993629
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-13:
9781614993629
Number of items:
1
Number of pages:
480
Publisher:
IOS Press

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