Juliya Golubovich, Ph.D.

2013 Psychology - Doctor of Philosophy Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 
General Psychology, Psychometrics Psychology, Cognitive Psychology
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Neal Schmitt grad student 2013 Michigan State
 (The impact of situational strength on the validity of situational judgment items.)
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Golubovich J, Seybert J, Martin-Raugh M, et al. (2016) Assessing Perceptions of Interpersonal Behavior with a Video-Based Situational Judgment Test International Journal of Testing. 1-19
Su R, Golubovich J, Robbins SB. (2015) Bridging science and practice: Toward a standard, evidence-based framework of 21st century skills Industrial and Organizational Psychology. 8: 290-294
Ryan AM, Inceoglu I, Bartram D, et al. (2015) Trends in testing: Highlights of a global survey Employee Recruitment, Selection, and Assessment: Contemporary Issues For Theory and Practice. 136-153
Golubovich J, Chang CH, Eatough EM. (2014) Safety climate, hardiness, and musculoskeletal complaints: a mediated moderation model. Applied Ergonomics. 45: 757-66
Golubovich J, Grand JA, Ryan AM, et al. (2014) An Examination of Common Sensitivity Review Practices in Test Development International Journal of Selection and Assessment. 22: 1-11
Grand JA, Golubovich J, Ryan AM, et al. (2013) The detection and influence of problematic item content in ability tests: An examination of sensitivity review practices for personnel selection test development Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. 121: 158-173
Schmitt N, Golubovich J, Leong FT. (2011) Impact of measurement invariance on construct correlations, mean differences, and relations with external correlates: an illustrative example using Big Five and RIASEC measures. Assessment. 18: 412-27
Hom PW, Frederick TLL, Golubovich J. (2010) Insights from vocational and career developmental theories: Their potential contributions for advancing the understanding of employee turnover Research in Personnel and Human Resources Management. 29: 115-165
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