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ArtikelExamination of Structured Interview Ratings Across Time : The Effects of Applicant Race, Rater Race, and Panel Composition  
Oleh: Ryan, Ann Marie ; McFarland, Lynn A. ; Sacco, Joshua M. ; Kriska, S. David
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: JOM: Journal of Management vol. 30 no. 4 (2004), page 435-452.
Topik: interview; structured interview ratings; applicant race; rater race; panel composition
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Isi artikelThis study examined the relationship between race and interview ratings in a structured selection panel interview. Data from 1,334 police officer applicants who were interviewed by three - person panels were examined to explore how applicant race, rater race, and panel racial composition related to interview ratings and change from initial to final ratings. Results revealed the largest effect was for panel racial composition, such that predominately White panels provided significantly more favorable ratings to applicants of all races compared to panels composed of predominately Black raters. However, a significant three - way interaction between rater race, applicant race, and panel composition was also found. Specifically, Black raters evaluated Black applicants more favorably than White applicants only when they were on a predominately Black panel. These results may help explain past inconsistencies in the literature regarding the effects of rater race and applicant race on ratings.
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