User Reactions and Stereotype Threat in Online and Traditional Assessments

Stephanie Klein

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Abstract

The use of Internet technology in selection and other assessments is increasing dramatically. Meanwhile, changing workforce demographics and a tight labor market require an improved understanding of user reactions, including stereotype threat reactions. This symposium reports research investigating processes driving certain user reactions, and potential consequences of those reactions.
Original languageEnglish (US)
StatePublished - 2001
EventSociety for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Annual Conference - San Diego
Duration: Apr 26 2001Apr 28 2001
Conference number: 16
http://www.siop.org

Conference

ConferenceSociety for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Annual Conference
Abbreviated titleSIOP Conference
CitySan Diego
Period4/26/014/28/01
Internet address

Keywords

  • stereotype threat
  • applicant reactions
  • Employee selection
  • Assessment and evaluation
  • industrial-organizational psychology
  • SIOP
  • technology
  • online assessment
  • paper assessment
  • blended technology
  • technology integration

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