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Connelly wins Hogan Award

Brian Connelly. Photo: Rotman

Brian Connelly, professor in the department of management, won the Joyce and Robert Hogan Award, given by the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology. The award goes to the paper or book chapter judged to have the highest potential to further the understanding of personality as it relates to work performance.

Connelly won for his paper, “An Other Perspective on Personality: Meta-Analytic Integration of Observers’ Accuracy and Predictive Validity,” published in the Psychological Bulletin last year.

In the paper, Connelly and his co-author Deniz S. Ones of the University of Minnesota examine the accuracy of personality ratings of individuals by other people. They conclude that others sometimes provide a more accurate judgment of personality than the individual does him or herself.

 




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