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Recent Publications

Books

  • Dewberry, C. (2004) Statistical Methods for Organizational Research: Theory and Practice. London: Routledge.

Journal articles

  • Jackson, D.J.R., Michaeleides, G. Dewberry, C. Schwenke, B. and Toms, S. (In press). The Implications of Unconfounding Multisource Performance Ratings.  Journal of Applied Psychology.
  • Dewberry, C. and Jackson, D.J.R. (2018). An application of the theory of planned behavior to student retention. Journal of Vocational Behavior. 107, 110-110.
  • Jackson, D.R, Dewberry, C. Gallagher, J. and Close, L.  (2017).  A comparative study of practitioner perceptions of selection methods in the United Kingdom. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology. 91, 33-56.  DOI: 10.111/joop.12187.
  • Jackson, D. J., Michaelides, G., Dewberry, C. and Kim, Y.  (2016). Everything That You Have Ever Been Told About Assessment Center Ratings Is Confounded. Journal of Applied Psychology 101 (7), 976-994.
  • Dewberry, C., & Jackson, D. J. R. (2016). The perceived nature and incidence of dysfunctional assessment center features and processes. International Journal of Selection and Assessment, 24, 189-196.
  • Juanchich, M, Dewberry, C., Sirota, M., and Narendran, S.  (2016). Cognitive reflection predicts real-life decision outcomes, but not over and above personality and decision-making styles. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 29(1), 52-59.
  • Alarcon,P. Wieland, B.,  Mateus, ALP., and Dewberry, C.  (2014). Pig farmers' perceptions, attitudes, influences and management of information in the decision-making process for disease control. Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 116(3), 223-242.
  • McManus, I.C., Dewberry, C., Nicholson, S. Dowell, J.S. (2013). The UKCAT-12 study: Educational attainment, aptitude test performance, demographic and socio economic contextual factors as predictors of first year outcome in a cross-sectional collaborative study of twelve UK medical schools. BMC Medicine 11:244, doi:10.1186/1741-7015-11-244.
  • McManus, I.C., Dewberry, C., Nicholson, S., Dowell, J.S., Woolf K., and Potts. (2013). H.W.W. Construct-level predictive validity of educational attainment and intellectual aptitude tests in medical student selection: Meta-regression of six UK longitudinal studies. BMC Medicine, 11:243, doi:10.1186/1741-7015-11-243.
  • McManus, I.C., Woolf, K., Dacre, J. Paice, E., and Dewberry, C. (2013). The academic backbone: Longitudinal continuities in educational achievement from secondary school and medical school to MRCP(UK) and the Specialist Register in UK medical students and doctors. BMC Medicine, 11:242, doi:10.1186/1741-7015-11-242.
  • Dewberry, C., Juanchich, M. and Narendran, S. (2013). Decision-making competence in everyday life: The roles of general cognitive styles, decision-making styles and personality. Personality and Individual Differences.  55 (7), 783-788.
  • Dewberry, C., Davies-Muir, A., and Newell, S.  (2013). Differences in assessor severity/leniency in non-appraisal performance evaluation.  International Journal of Selection and Assessment. 21 (3), 286-293.
  • Dewberry, C., Juanchich, M., & Narendran, S. (2013). The latent structure of decision styles. Personality and Individual Differences, 54, 566-571.
  • Soane, E., Dewberry, C. and Narendran S. (2010).  The role of perceived costs and perceived benefits in the relationship between personality and risk-related choices. Journal of Risk Research, 13 (3), 303–318.

Book Chapter

  • Dewberry, C. (2011). Integrating Candidate Data: Consensus or Arithmetic?  In N. Povah and G.C. Thornton III (Eds.), Assessment Centres and Global Talent Management. London: Gower.

Conferences

  • Dewberry C: 'Situational Judgment Tests and Adverse Impact in the UK: The Extent of the Problem, and Steps Towards a Solution'. Presented at the Divisional of Occupational Psychology Annual Conference, Brighton. January 2010.
  • Dewberry, C: 'Is Self Regulation an Alternative to Personality and Cognitive Ability? The Development and Validation of the DASA?'. Presented at the Divisional of Occupational Psychology Annual Conference, Brighton. January 2010.
  • Dewberry, C., Davies-Muir A., and Newell, S: 'Who Has What it Takes to Accurately Assess Other Peoples’ Performance? A Psychometric Measure Designed To Identify Those Who Can'. Presented at the Divisional of Occupational Psychology Annual Conference, Brighton. January 2010.
  • Dewberry, C and S. Narendran: 'The Development of the DASA: a Comprehensive Self-Report Measure of Decision-Making Ability and Style'. Twenty-first Research Conference on Subjective Probability, Utility and Decision-making    Warsaw. Warsaw, August 2007
  • Dewberry, C: 'Do consensus meetings add value to assessment centres?'. Thirty-third International Congress on Assessment Center Methods. London, September 2006
  • Dewberry, C: 'Assessment centre wash-ups: washing good candidates down the drain?'. Divisional of Occupational Psychology Annual Conference. Glasgow, January 2006
  • Narendran, S. and C. Dewberry: 'The influence of decision framing, probability and magnitude of pay-off, and personal exposure to decision consequences on individual risk evaluation and behavioural intentions in risky decision-making'. Twentieth Research Conference on Subjective Probability, Utility and Decision-making. Stockholm, August 2005
  • Dewberry, C. and S. Narendran: 'Economic mental models: a novel explanation of the way that people evaluate risk and decide on intended behaviour'. Twentieth Research Conference on Subjective Probability, Utility and Decision-making. Stockholm, August 2005
  • Soane, E., S. Narendran and C. Dewberry: 'The consistency of risk-taking across domains, and the relative contribution of situational and personality variables on the decision to take risks'. Twentieth Research Conference on Subjective Probability, Utility and Decision-making. Stockholm, August 2005
  • Dewberry, C. and S. Narendran: 'Economic mental models: a novel approach to risk perception and behavioural choice'. Twelfth Congress of Work and Organizational Psychology. Istanbul, May 2005
  • Dewberry, C: 'Assessment centre wash-ups: Washing good candidates down the drain?'. Twelfth Congress of Work and Organizational Psychology. Istanbul, May 2005
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