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https://doi.org/10.5559/di.24.4.04

Review of the Models of Fake Response Determinants in Personality Questionnaires in Job Selection

Maša Tonković Grabovac ; Filozofski fakultet, Zagreb


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Sažetak

Faking behavior on personality questionnaires can be
defined as a respondent’s tendency to consciously give
incorrect answers in order to increase chances for obtaining
their goal, e.g. getting the job. Given the fact that it is a
behavior which is neither easily detected nor measured, from
both theoretical and practical perspectives, it is important to
identify the factors which determine whether applicants will
fake their responses, and to what extent. In attempts to
answer this question, in the last decade several groups of
authors have systemized possible factors and suggested the
models which specify key determinants of faking behavior
and their mutual relationships. Since the models have been
developed in a short period of time, they mostly do not refer
to each other. Consequently, various authors often use
different labels for the same determinants, as well as the
same labels for different determinants, while in scarce
empirical studies they measure the same constructs variously.
Hence, the goal of this overview is to systematically present
and critically review all relevant models of faking. The
overview is concluded by emphasizing the similarities and
differences between the models, which can serve as the basis
for future research on faking determinants in a selection
context.

Ključne riječi

faking, models of faking, faking determinants, personality questionnaires, personnel selection

Hrčak ID:

153421

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/153421

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