Session Overview
Date: Wednesday, 22/Jul/2015
W2: Introduction to Item Response Theory with R
Location: KOL-G-209 (Ⅲ)
Organizer: Matthew Zeigenfuse (University of Zurich, Switzerland)
W4: Introduction to Modern Multitrait Multimethod Analysis - How to Examine the Convergent and Discriminant Validity of Psychological Measures
Location: KOL-G-209 (Ⅲ)
Organizer: Fridtjof W. Nußbeck (University of Bielefeld, Germany)

Date: Thursday, 23/Jul/2015
PA2: Organizational Assessment 1
Location: KOL-G-209 (Ⅲ)
Chair: Bengt Jansson

Prediction of job performance, based on leaders' ratings, with a personality test: A correlational approach

Bengt Jansson

University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Predicting job performance of financial representatives based on Harrison Assessment Talent Management System (HATS)

Kristie Ann Craigen

Blurton Family Development Center, China

Predictive validity of an asynchronous video interview assessing leadership competences in a real teamwork situation

Anne-Kathrin Schock, Tuulia Ortner, Eva Traut-Mattausch

University of Salzburg, Austria

Measurement invariance and differential item functioning investigation of FVAT-S across gender and age groups in Turkish sample

Levent Sevinç, Hayri Eren Suna

Assessment Systems

Test order effects in high stakes assessment: An experiment using objective personality tests and cognitive ability tests in personnel selection

Alexander Leonard Schünemann1, Lale Khorramdel-Ameri2,3

1: Schuhfried GmbH, Austria; 2: University of Vienna, Austria; 3: Educational Testing Service, USA

PA6: Assessment in Children and Adolescents
Location: KOL-G-209 (Ⅲ)
Chair: David Gallardo-Pujol

Using formative tools: The validation of the Juvenile Victimization Questionnaire

David Gallardo-Pujol, Georgina Guilera, Judit Abad, Noemí Pereda

Universitat de Barcelona, Spain

Explorations in prescholers resilience measurements

Moshe Israelashvili

Tel Aviv University, Israel

Investigation of a structural model between desirable parental attitudes, adolescents’ self-esteem, vocational identity, and self-regulated learning

Hyun-Jung Lee, Miri Yoon, Sehee Hong

Korea University, South Korea

Measuring multidimensional parental self-efficacy of mothers and fathers of children aged 1.5 and 3 years

Niina Johanna Junttila, Minna Aromaa, Päivi Rautava, Jorma Piha, Hannele Räihä

University of Turku, Finland

Skin conductance and sinus arrhythmia as a complement of psychological assessments during parent-infant interactions

Catarina Tojal1, Raquel Costa1, Iva Tendais2

1: Universidade Europeia | Laureate International Universities, Portugal; 2: Universidade de Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro, Portugal

PA9: Humor and Playfulness
Location: KOL-G-209 (Ⅲ)
Chair: René Proyer

Assessing four facets of adult playfulness: The OLIW

René Proyer

University of Zurich, Switzerland

Do others know my sense of humor? The self-peer convergence of comic and humor styles

Sonja Heintz, Willibald Ruch

University of Zurich, Switzerland

Psychometric properties of the Slovak version of BENCOR (preliminary findings)

Robert Durka1, Willibald Ruch2

1: Catholic University Ruzomberok, Slovakia; 2: University of Zurich, Switzerland

Personality characteristics of witty students: Histrionic self-presentation style and (active) katagelasticism

Filip Sulejmanov1, Karl-Heinz Renner2

1: Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, Macedonia; 2: Universität der Bundeswehr München, Germany

Date: Friday, 24/Jul/2015
PA12: Clinical Assessment 3
Location: KOL-G-209 (Ⅲ)
Chair: Murray Dyck

A JND Task for assessing cross-modal sensory integration ability

Murray Dyck

Griffith University, Australia

Assessing post-traumatic growth of Hong Kong Chinese patients with chronic illnesses

Christopher H.K. Cheng, Samuel M.Y. Ho, Tina L. Rochelle

City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

The Indonesian version of Personality Inventory for DSM-5 (PID-5): A psychometric evaluation

Magdalena S. Halim, Kartika Amelia, Siti H. Sarahsita, Christine M. Tobing, Feblin F.P. Salindeho, Madyastha A. Bhirawa

ATMA JAYA Catholic University of Indonesia, Indonesia

Clinical validation of 7-item version of NIMHANS Psychiatric Morbidity Scale

Poornima Mahindru, Manoj Kumar Sharma, Santosh K. Chaturvedi, P. Marimutu

National Institute Of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences, India

MMPI-2 restructured clinical scales in diagnosis and psychotherapy treatment monitoring

Katarzyna Cyranka, Krzysztof Rutkowski, Michał Mielimąka, Jerzy A. Sobański, Edyta Dembińska, Łukasz Müldner-Nieckowski, Bogna Smiatek-Mazgaj, Katarzyna Klasa

Jagiellonian University Medical College, Poland

PA16: Applied Settings
Location: KOL-G-209 (Ⅲ)
Chair: Sonja Krupp

Fine motor skills and cognition - A dual task approach in assessment using the 20 Cents Test

Sonja Krupp1,2, Friedrich Balck1,3, Jennifer Kasper1,2, Martin Willkomm1,2

1: Forschungsgruppe Geriatrie Lübeck, Germany; 2: Krankenhaus Rotes Kreuz Lübeck Geriatriezentrum, Germany; 3: Universitätsklinikum Carl Gustav Carus Dresden, Germany

The Functional Loewenstein Occupational Therapy Cognitive Assessment (FLOTCA) for integrative cognitive functional skills

Noomi Katz1, Yifat Schwartz2, Aliza Sagiv2, Sara Averbuch2

1: Ono Academic College, Israel; 2: Lowenstein Rehabilitation Hospital, Israel

Evaluation of pain in athletes and normally active subjects

Miroslava Petkova, Valeri Nikolov

Trakia University, Bulgaria

Identifying Minimal Important Change (MIC) scores for the Tinnitus Functional Index (TFI) questionnaire for different populations

Kathryn Fackrell1, Deborah Hall1, Johanna Barry2, Derek James Hoare1

1: University of Nottingham, UK; 2: MRC Institute of Hearing Research Clinical Section, UK

Measurement properties of the eight subscales in the Tinnitus Functional Index (TFI) questionnaire evaluated using Rasch analysis

Kathryn Fackrell1, Deborah Hall1, Johanna Barry2, Derek James Hoare1

1: University of Nottingham, UK; 2: MRC Institute of Hearing Research Clinical Section, UK

PA21: Clinical Assessment 4
Location: KOL-G-209 (Ⅲ)
Chair: Sandra Beatrice Sebre

Convergent validity of the Latvian versions of the Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale and Gotland Male Depression Scale

Diāna Zande, Sandra Beatrice Sebre

University of Latvia, Latvia

Exploring the association between depression and neurasthenia in a population representative epidemiological study of Chinese adults in Guangzhou, China

Kay Chang1, Brian J. Hall1,2, Kalon Sou1, Wen Chen3,4, Carl Latkin2, Albert Yeung5

1: University of Macau, China; 2: Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, USA; 3: Sun Yat-sen University, China; 4: Sun Yat-sen Center for Migrant Health Policy, China; 5: Harvard Medical School, USA

People recovered from bipolar disorder have higher resilience (measured with the Resilience to Bipolar Disorder (RBD) questionnaire)

Ainara Echezarraga1, Carlota Las Hayas1, Ana González-Pinto2, Fiona Lobban3, Steven Jones3

1: University of Deusto, Spain; 2: Santiago Apostol Hospital, Spain; 3: Lancaster University, England

Development and preliminary psychometric analysis of the measure to screen premenstrual dysphoric disorder in Pakistan

Muhammad Rizwan1,2, Gisela Michel1, Mehreen Naz2, Rizwana Shahab3

1: University of Luzern, Switzerland; 2: University of Karachi, Pakistan; 3: Aga Khan University Hospital, Pakistan

A psychometric investigation of the Georgian version of Cognitive Distortion Scale

Khatuna Martskvishvili, Mariam Panjikidze, Natia Garuchava

Tbilisi State University, Georgia

Date: Saturday, 25/Jul/2015
PA25: Organizational and Counselling Settings
Location: KOL-G-209 (Ⅲ)
Chair: Claudia Harzer

Work and Meaning Inventory (WAMI): Progress report on the German adaptation of the WAMI

Claudia Harzer

University of Kassel, Germany

Assessing the likelihood of Counterproductive Work Behaviour (CWB) - An organisational and international driven test design

Sabine Socias1, Nigel George Evans2

1: Central Test, France; 2: NEC, UK

Evaluation of a new instrument for assessing civic-economic competence in commercial apprenticeship

Esther Kaufmann1,2, Stephan Schumann2, Nicole Ackermann1, Franz Eberle1

1: University of Zurich, Switzerland; 2: University of Konstanz, Germany

Career Anchors Self-Assessment – In-depth analysis of a German version measuring 9 Career Anchors

Marc Schreiber

Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland