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Walden University: Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Professional Psychology [dual specialization Industrial-Organizational and Clinical] 2004
Doctoral Dissertation: "The relation of cognitive ability and personality traits to 360-degree assessments of problem-solving behaviors in the workplace".
American University of Paris: Economics 1977
John F. Kennedy University: Master's Degree, Clinical Psychology 1994
Bonn American High School: 1975
UCLA: Bachelor's Degree, Economics 1979
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The relation of cognitive ability and personality traits to 360-degree assessments of problem-solving behaviors in the workplace
PhD Dissertation Walden University 177 (2004) Robert G von Kampen PhD
This study problem-solving behaviors. A 360-degree assessment refers to an assessment survey in which the person being assessed, or ratee, is evaluated by the ratee's colleagues, which can include peers, subordinates, and supervisors. There are no known studies of how 360-degree measures of observed problem-solving behaviors relate to predictive measures of cognitive ability and personality. The design of this study was correlational and used ex post facto archival data (N = 123). Data included anonymous results from personality, ability, and 360-degree assessment instruments. Statistically significant correlations between the instrument data were identified toward analysis and discussion. The overall pattern of the 360-degree assessment of problem-solving behaviors correlated to the general mental ability instruments and clearly favored verbal aptitudes, and seemed to favor the social, responsible, tolerant, extroverted, and conforming aspects of measured personality. The data suggest caution when using 360-degree assessment instruments for purposes other than feedback. Treatment implications logically follow for intelligent but introverted or dominating individuals who wish to be perceived as good problem-solving performers in a social setting.
Keywords: Cognitive ability, Occupational psychology, Personality, Problem-solving, Psychology, Psychotherapy, Three hundred 60-degree assessment.
compared cognitive ability and personality traits with 360-degree measurements.
Dissertation Copyright 2014 Robert G von Kampen PhD