Open Access Thesis
Date of Award
Boris B. Baltes
This experiment investigated the effects of a rater training on halo errors and accuracy during performance evaluations. 408 participants were randomly assigned to three groups (n=136) where they were either presented with a structured free recall intervention (SFRI), frame of reference training (FoRT), or no training. The purpose of this study was to further investigate the efficacy of SFRI against prominent training methods and no training at all. Results were not significant, and did not support previous finding in the literature. Further explanations are offered and a discussion is presented as to why these results were obtained.
Sirabian, Maximum Mgrdich-Ararat, "Efficacy Of A Structured Free Recall Intervention To Improve Rating Quality In Performance Evaluations" (2017). Wayne State University Theses. 586.