The Psychology of Personnel Selection


The Psychology of Personnel Selection

This engaging and thought-provoking text introduces the main techniques, theories, research and debates in personnel selection, helping students and practitioners to identify the major predictors of job performance as well as the most suitable methods for assessing them. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic and Adrian Furnham provide a comprehensive, critical and up-to-date review of the constructs we use in assessing people – intelligence, personality, creativity, leadership and talent – and explore how these help us to predict differences in individuals' performance. Covering selection techniques such as interviews, references, biographical data, judgement tests and academic performance, The Psychology of Personnel Selection provides a lively discussion of both the theory behind the use of such techniques and the evidence for their usefulness and validity. The Psychology of Personnel Selection is essential reading for students of psychology, business studies, management and human resources, as well as for anyone involved in selection and assessment at work.


 Reviews:

"Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic and Adrian Furnham have written an interesting and engaging book that focuses on personnel selection. This book would be a valuable resource for student training in industrial/organizational psychology. The overall organization of the book was appropriate.... well organized.... presented clearly and succinctly. The author's enthusiasm for employee selection is evident throughout the book.... Overall, the book provides a wealth of information about selection methods, their psychological foundations, and the research...."
--Peter Hausdorf, University of Guelph, Canadian Psychology/Psychologie Canadienne


'An easy to read and authoritative review of personnel assessment – a critical topic in the modern war for talent – by two accomplished writers with impeccable academic credentials. Comprehensive and integrated, this is an indispensable guide to best practices.' Robert Hogan, President of Hogan Assessment Systems

'Chamorro-Premuzic and Furnham's volume spans a remarkable range of topics on selection and assessment and provides comprehensive coverage of every one of them. It is difficult to come away from this book without being impressed by its depth, detail and ability to convey complex scientific ideas in a lucid and straightforward manner.' K. V. Petrides, Department of Psychology, University College London

'Impressively comprehensive in its coverage of topics and noteworthy for its even-handed presentation of much debated issues, including intelligence testing and faking effects in personnel selection. This book will be a handy reference to I/O professionals working in personnel selection as well as serving as a succinct and accurate introduction to graduate students entering the field. The authors are to be congratulated!' Vish C. Viswesvaran, Department of Psychology, Florida International University

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