Decision Accuracy for the Relevant_Irrelevant Screening Test: Influence of an Algorithm on Human Decision_Making
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Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM
European Polygraph 2015, nr 4, s. 189-208.
- badanie przesiewowe; proces podejmowania decyzji; Relevant-Irrelevant Screening Test; Relevant-Irrelevant Test; Accuracy of R-I list; Screening; decision-making
"Th e Relevant-Irrelevant (RI) has been used as a polygraph screening technique by several decades longer than any other. It has demonstrated practical value in prompting self-report from applicants and employees of behaviours of interest to employers. Th e RI has certain strengths that have made it an attractive alternative (Krapohl & Shaw 2015). With no comparison questions, the RI is not subject to criticisms that the examiner must manipulate the examinee in some fashion to make the technique eff ective, as probable-lie comparison question techniques may. It is more fl exible than most other methods, accommodating from two to fi ve relevant questions in a single test series. Th e RI may also be more resistant to countermeasures, at least of the type in which examinees induce reactions to comparison questions. "(...)
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