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The Stress Strategy Test in relation to personality traits and cognitive abilities.

Federmann, Rolf; Bäckström, Martin LU and Goldsmith, Robert LU (2010) In Scandinavian Journal of Psychology 51. p.16-22
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Federmann, R., Bäckström, M. & Goldsmith, R. (2009). The Stress Strategy Test in relation to personality traits and cognitive abilities. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology.Relations between results of the Stress Strategy Test (SST), a computerized test the first author developed partly involving the Stroop effect, and of an interview and an intelligence test used by the Swedish armed forces as selection instruments for placement of recruits in type of military service were investigated in a group of 3,205 recruits. The SST results were found able to explain 17.64% and 12.25% of the variance in results of the intelligence test and the interview, respectively. Emotional stability and psychological energy were the two interview variables... (More)
Federmann, R., Bäckström, M. & Goldsmith, R. (2009). The Stress Strategy Test in relation to personality traits and cognitive abilities. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology.Relations between results of the Stress Strategy Test (SST), a computerized test the first author developed partly involving the Stroop effect, and of an interview and an intelligence test used by the Swedish armed forces as selection instruments for placement of recruits in type of military service were investigated in a group of 3,205 recruits. The SST results were found able to explain 17.64% and 12.25% of the variance in results of the intelligence test and the interview, respectively. Emotional stability and psychological energy were the two interview variables most closely related to results of the SST. The usefulness of the SST in a selection context is discussed. (Less)
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  series       = {Scandinavian Journal of Psychology},
  title        = {The Stress Strategy Test in relation to personality traits and cognitive abilities.},
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  volume       = {51},
  year         = {2010},
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