Accession Number : AD0664476
Title : DEVELOPMENT OF PERFORMANCE EVALUATIVE MEASURES. PERSONNEL PSYCHOPHYSICS: THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STRUCTURE OF INTELLECT SCALE VALUES AND JOB COMPLEXITY.
Descriptive Note : Technical rept.,
Corporate Author : APPLIED PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES WAYNE PA SCIENCE CENTER
Personal Author(s) : Pfeiffer,Mark G. ; Siegel,Arthur I.
Report Date : DEC 1967
Pagination or Media Count : 40
Abstract : The relationship between electronics job activity complexity, as perceived by maintenance technicians, and the intellective scale value of these activities, as perceived by psychologists and physicists, was investigated. Guilford's Structure-of-Intellect model was employed as an intellective referent. Magnitude estimation methods, based on the separate and independent judgments of the technicians, the physicists, and the psychologists, were employed to derive the required data. Moderate to fairly strong relationships were found between the scale values of the intellective factors involved in the job activities and the perceived complexity of the activities. The results may be employed for such purposes as establishing the intellective characteristics required in the jobs of electronics maintenance personnel, in curriculum content development, and posttraining performance evaluative device and instrument development. (Author)
Descriptors : (*INDUSTRIAL PSYCHOLOGY, MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL), (*APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY, MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL), (*MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL, PERFORMANCE(HUMAN)), PERCEPTION(PSYCHOLOGY), FACTOR ANALYSIS, JOB ANALYSIS, ELECTRONIC TECHNICIANS, QUESTIONNAIRES, TRAINING, PSYCHOPHYSICS
Subject Categories : Humanities and History
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE