Construct Validity Resources

Literature For Job Analysis
  Ash, R. A. (1988). "Job analysis in the world of work." In Gael, S. (Ed.) The Job Analysis Handbook for Business, Industry, and Government.
Cascio, W. F. (1998). Applied Psychology in Human Resource Management. New Jersey: Prentice Hall. Chapter 9.
Folsom, A. (2001). "A performance approach to job analysis." Performance Improvement Quarterly, 14.
Gael, S. (1988). The job analysis handbook for business, industry, and government. New York: John Wiley & Sons.
Harvey, Robert J. (1991). "Job analysis." In Dunnette, Marvin D. (Ed.); Hough, Laetta M. (Ed.) Handbook of industrial and organizational psychology.
Landis, R. S., Fogli, L., & Goldberg, E. (1998). "Future-oriented job analysis: A description of the process and its organizational implications." International Journal of Selection and Assessment, 6, 192-197.
May, Karen E. (n. d.) "Work in the 21st century: Implications for job analysis." Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Inc.
Morgeson, Frederick P. & Campion, Michael A. (1997). "Social and cognitive sources of potential inaccuracy in job analysis." Journal of Applied Psychology, 82, 627-655.
Peterson, Norman G; Mumford, Michael D; Borman, Walter C; Jeanneret, P Richard; Fleishman, Edwin A; Levin, Kerry Y; Campion, Michael A; Mayfield, Melinda S;Morgeson, Frederick P; Pearlman, Kenneth; Gowing, Marilyn K; Lancaster, Anita R; Silver, Marilyn B; Dye, Donna M (2001). "Understanding work using theoccupational information network." Personnel Psychology, 54, 451-492.
Primoff, E. S. & Fine, S. A. (1988). "A history of job analysis." In Gael, S. (Ed.) The Job Analysis Handbook for Business, Industry, and Government.
Spark, C. P. (1988) "Legal Basis for job analysis." In Gael, S. (Ed.) The Job Analysis Handbook for Business, Industry, and Government.

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