Djurre Holtrop
Djurre Holtrop
Assistant prof at Tilburg University
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A matter of context: A comparison of two types of contextualized personality measures
D Holtrop, MP Born, A de Vries, RE de Vries
Personality and Individual Differences 68, 234-240, 2014
What is engagement? Proactivity as the missing link in the HEXACO model of personality
RE De Vries, KW Wawoe, D Holtrop
Journal of personality 84 (2), 178-193, 2016
Relating the spherical representation of vocational interests to the HEXACO personality model
D Holtrop, MP Born, RE De Vries
Journal of Vocational Behavior 89, 10-20, 2015
Volunteering research in Australia: A narrative review
D Kragt, D Holtrop
Australian Journal of Psychology 71 (4), 342-360, 2019
Fully contextualized, frequency-based personality measurement: A replication and extension
C Robie, SD Risavy, D Holtrop, MP Born
Journal of Research in Personality 70, 56-65, 2017
Honest people tend to use less—not more—profanity: Comment on Feldman et al.’s (2017) Study 1
RE de Vries, BE Hilbig, I Zettler, PD Dunlop, D Holtrop, K Lee, MC Ashton
Social psychological and personality science 9 (5), 516-520, 2018
Perceptions of vocational interest: Self-and other-reports in student–parent dyads
D Holtrop, MP Born, RE De Vries
Journal of Career Assessment 26 (2), 258-274, 2018
Predicting Performance with Contextualized Inventories, No Frame‐of‐reference Effect?
D Holtrop, MP Born, RE de Vries
International Journal of Selection and Assessment 22 (2), 219-223, 2014
When joining is not enough: Emergency services volunteers and the intention to remain
D Kragt, P Dunlop, M Gagne, D Holtrop, A Luksyte
Australian Journal of Emergency Management, The 33 (4), 35-40, 2018
Investigating relative and absolute methods of measuring HEXACO personality using self-and observer reports.
PD Dunlop, D Holtrop, JA Schmidt, SB Butcher
Zeitschrift für Psychologie 227 (3), 218, 2019
Spotting the “ideal” personality response: Effects of item matching in forced choice measures for personnel selection.
AW Hughes, PD Dunlop, D Holtrop, S Wee
Journal of Personnel Psychology 20 (1), 17, 2021
The challenges of volunteering during the COVID-19 pandemic
A Luksyte, PD Dunlop, D Holtrop, M Gagné, D Kragt, HM Farid
Industrial and Organizational Psychology 14 (1-2), 286-289, 2021
Still Misinterpreting Lie Scales: Reply to Feldman’s Rejoinder
RE De Vries, BE Hilbig, I Zettler, PD Dunlop, D Holtrop, L Kibeom, ...
Unpublished manuscript. Retrieved from https://drive. google. com/open, 2018
Predictors of faking behavior on personality inventories in selection: Do indicators of the ability and motivation to fake predict faking?
D Holtrop, JK Oostrom, PD Dunlop, C Runneboom
International Journal of Selection and Assessment 29 (2), 185-202, 2021
Do social desirability scales measure dishonesty? A think-aloud study.
D Holtrop, AW Hughes, PD Dunlop, J Chan, G Steedman
European Journal of Psychological Assessment, 2020
Emergency volunteer retention: Can a culture of inclusiveness help
M Gagné, A Luksyte, P Dunlop, D Holtrop, D Kragt, HM Farid
Australasian Fire and Emergency Service Authorities Council, 2019
Improving personality and interest measurement for purposes of selection and assessment
DJ Holtrop
Valence, Instrumentality, Expectancy, and Ability as Determinants of Faking, and the Effects of Faking on Criterion-Related Validity
PD Dunlop, D Holtrop, LM Ashby, A Bharadwaj, JJ Donovan
Journal of Business and Psychology, 1-19, 2022
How asynchronous video interviews are used in practice: A study of an Australian‐based AVI vendor
PD Dunlop, D Holtrop, S Wee
International Journal of Selection and Assessment, 2022
Het Sferische model van beroepsinteresses en de volledige en verkorte Nederlandstalige Personal Globe InventoryGraag bedanken wij professor Terence Tracey voor het beschikbaar …
D Holtrop, B Wille, RE de Vries, MP Born
Gedrag & Organisatie 33 (1), 2020
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