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Klaus Melchers
Klaus Melchers
Professor für Arbeits- & Organisationspsychologie, Universität Ulm
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Is causal induction based on causal power? Critique of Cheng (1997).
K Lober, DR Shanks
Psychological Review 107 (1), 195, 2000
2282000
Is causal induction based on causal power? Critique of Cheng (1997).
K Lober, DR Shanks
Psychological Review 107 (1), 195, 2000
2282000
Stimulus coding in human associative learning: Flexible representations of parts and wholes
KG Melchers, DR Shanks, H Lachnit
Behavioural Processes 77 (3), 413-427, 2008
1292008
A different look at why selection procedures work The role of candidates’ ability to identify criteria
M Kleinmann, PV Ingold, F Lievens, A Jansen, KG Melchers, CJ König
Organizational Psychology Review 1 (2), 128-146, 2011
1212011
A modified version of the unique cue theory accounts for olfactory compound processing in honeybees
N Deisig, H Lachnit, JC Sandoz, K Lober, M Giurfa
Learning & Memory 10 (3), 199-208, 2003
1162003
Situation assessment as an ignored factor in the behavioral consistency paradigm underlying the validity of personnel selection procedures.
A Jansen, KG Melchers, F Lievens, M Kleinmann, M Brändli, L Fraefel, ...
Journal of Applied Psychology 98 (2), 326, 2013
1152013
How and why do interviewers try to make impressions on applicants? A qualitative study.
A Wilhelmy, M Kleinmann, CJ König, KG Melchers, DM Truxillo
Journal of Applied Psychology 101 (3), 313, 2016
1092016
Candidates' ability to identify criteria in nontransparent selection procedures: Evidence from an assessment center and a structured interview
CJ König, KG Melchers, M Kleinmann, GM Richter, UC Klehe
International Journal of Selection and Assessment 15 (3), 283-292, 2007
1052007
Transparency in structured interviews: Consequences for construct and criterion-related validity
UC Klehe, CJ König, GM Richter, M Kleinmann, KG Melchers
Human Performance 21 (2), 107-137, 2008
1002008
Guidelines and ethical considerations for assessment center operations
International Taskforce on Assessment Center Guidelines
Journal of Management 41 (4), 1244-1273, 2015
93*2015
Guidelines and ethical considerations for assessment center operations
International Taskforce on Assessment Center Guidelines
Journal of Management 41 (4), 1244-1273, 2015
93*2015
Exercises and dimensions are the currency of assessment centers
BJ Hoffman, KG Melchers, CA Blair, M Kleinmann, RT Ladd
Personnel Psychology 64 (2), 351-395, 2011
912011
Within-compound associations in retrospective revaluation and in direct learning: A challenge for comparator theory
K Melchers, H Lachnit, D Shanks
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section B 57 (1), 25-53, 2004
872004
Within-compound associations in retrospective revaluation and in direct learning: A challenge for comparator theory
K Melchers, H Lachnit, D Shanks
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section B 57 (1), 25-53, 2004
872004
Responding to personality tests in a selection context: The role of the ability to identify criteria and the ideal-employee factor
UC Klehe, M Kleinmann, T Hartstein, KG Melchers, CJ König, PA Heslin, ...
Human Performance 25 (4), 273-302, 2012
812012
“I know what you want to know”: The impact of interviewees' ability to identify criteria on interview performance and construct-related validity
KG Melchers, UC Klehe, GM Richter, M Kleinmann, CJ König, F Lievens
Human Performance 22 (4), 355-374, 2009
792009
Shall we continue or stop disapproving of self-presentation? Evidence on impression management and faking in a selection context and their relation to job performance
PV Ingold, M Kleinmann, CJ König, KG Melchers
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 24 (3), 420-432, 2015
762015
IS MORE STRUCTURE REALLY BETTER? A COMPARISON OF FRAME‐OF‐REFERENCE TRAINING AND DESCRIPTIVELY ANCHORED RATING SCALES TO IMPROVE INTERVIEWERS’RATING QUALITY
KG Melchers, N Lienhardt, M Von Aarburg, M Kleinmann
Personnel Psychology 64 (1), 53-87, 2011
712011
The relationship between the ability to identify evaluation criteria and integrity test scores
CJ König, KG Melchers, M Kleinmann, GM Richter, UC Klehe
Psychological Test and Assessment Modeling 48 (3), 369, 2006
542006
Why do situational interviews predict job performance? The role of interviewees’ ability to identify criteria
PV Ingold, M Kleinmann, CJ König, KG Melchers, CH Van Iddekinge
Journal of Business and Psychology 30 (2), 387-398, 2015
522015
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