I'm doing some research looking at applying Bayesian models to faking personality tests in selection and recruitment.
I'm interested to know:
- What existing work has applied Bayesian models to faking in selection and recruitment?
- What studies have been done? What have they found? and what did a Bayesian perspective add to the analysis?
I'm interested in any application including
- different selection instruments: i.e., not just personality tests (e.g., intelligence tests, interviews, etc.)
- different approaches: modelling the decision to fake, modelling datasets that have examined faking, implementing faking detection algorithms, etc.