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33rd International Congress on Assessment Center Methods, London

Recently, several papers have appeared that refer to the interactionist perspective from personality studies and how this might explain the 'exercise effect'. Briefly put, the argument is that the 'exercise effect' is not so much indicative of a problem with assessment centres as an accurate reflection of how people vary in their performance between exercises. Dr Charles Woodruffe gave a talk at the International Congress on Assessment Centre Methods that examined the lessons from the original interactionist debate and how well they map onto and 'solve' the issue of the exercise effect in assessment centres.

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