Nathan R. Kuncel

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Psychology University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN 
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Higher Education Administration Education
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David M. Klieger grad student 2010 UMN
Sara C. Murphy grad student 2010 UMN
Thomas B. Kiger grad student 2011 UMN
Jana L. Higdem grad student 2013 UMN
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Kuncel NR, Sackett PR. (2014) Resolving the assessment center construct validity problem (as we know it). The Journal of Applied Psychology. 99: 38-47
Kuncel NR, Klieger DM, Connelly BS, et al. (2013) Mechanical versus clinical data combination in selection and admissions decisions: a meta-analysis. The Journal of Applied Psychology. 98: 1060-72
Sackett PR, Kuncel NR, Beatty AS, et al. (2012) The role of socioeconomic status in SAT-grade relationships and in college admissions decisions. Psychological Science. 23: 1000-7
Kuncel NR, Goldberg LR, Kiger T. (2011) A Plea for Process in Personality Prevarication. Human Performance in Extreme Environments : the Journal of the Society For Human Performance in Extreme Environments. 24: 373-378
Sackett PR, Kuncel NR, Arneson JJ, et al. (2009) Does socioeconomic status explain the relationship between admissions tests and post-secondary academic performance? Psychological Bulletin. 135: 1-22
Kuncel NR, Klieger DM. (2007) Application patterns when applicants know the odds: implications for selection research and practice. The Journal of Applied Psychology. 92: 586-93
Kuncel NR, Sackett PR. (2007) Selective citation mars conclusions about test validity and predictive bias. The American Psychologist. 62: 145-6
Kuncel NR, Hezlett SA. (2007) Assessment. Standardized tests predict graduate students' success. Science (New York, N.Y.). 315: 1080-1
Kuncel NR, Hezlett SA, Ones DS. (2004) Academic performance, career potential, creativity, and job performance: can one construct predict them all? Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 86: 148-61
Kuncel NR, Ones DS, Hezlett SA. (2001) A comprehensive meta-analysis of the predictive validity of the graduate record examinations: implications for graduate student selection and performance. Psychological Bulletin. 127: 162-81
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