Automated scoring in assessment centers: evaluating the feasibility of quantifying constructed responses
Automated scoring has promised benefits for personnel assessment, such as faster and cheaper simulations, but there is yet little research evidence regarding these claims. This study explored the feasibility of automated scoring for complex assessments (e.g., assessment centers). Phase 1 examined the practicality of converting complex behavioral exercises into an automated scoring format. Using qualitative content analysis, participant behaviors were coded into sets of distinct categories. Results indicated that variations in behavior could be described by a reasonable number of categories, ...
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