Olexander (Sasha) Chernyshenko
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The structure of conscientiousness: An empirical investigation based on seven major personality questionnaires
BW Roberts, OS Chernyshenko, S Stark, LR Goldberg
Personnel Psychology 58 (1), 103-139, 2005
6952005
Detecting differential item functioning with confirmatory factor analysis and item response theory: Toward a unified strategy.
S Stark, OS Chernyshenko, F Drasgow
Journal of Applied Psychology 91 (6), 1292, 2006
3532006
Fitting item response theory models to two personality inventories: Issues and insights
OS Chernyshenko, S Stark, KY Chan, F Drasgow, B Williams
Multivariate Behavioral Research 36 (4), 523-562, 2001
2462001
Effects of the testing situation on item responding: Cause for concern.
S Stark, OS Chernyshenko, KY Chan, WC Lee, F Drasgow
Journal of Applied psychology 86 (5), 943, 2001
2322001
Examining assumptions about item responding in personality assessment: Should ideal point methods be considered for scale development and scoring?
S Stark, OS Chernyshenko, F Drasgow, BA Williams
Journal of Applied Psychology 91 (1), 25, 2006
2152006
A lexical investigation of the lower-order structure of conscientiousness
BW Roberts, T Bogg, KE Walton, OS Chernyshenko, SE Stark
Journal of Research in Personality 38 (2), 164-178, 2004
1872004
Job satisfaction as mediator: An assessment of job satisfaction's position within the nomological network
M Crede, OS Chernyshenko, S Stark, RS Dalal, M Bashshur
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 80 (3), 515-538, 2007
1832007
Constructing personality scales under the assumptions of an ideal point response process: Toward increasing the flexibility of personality measures.
OS Chernyshenko, S Stark, F Drasgow, BW Roberts
Psychological Assessment 19 (1), 88, 2007
1712007
An IRT approach to constructing and scoring pairwise preference items involving stimuli on different dimensions: The multi-unidimensional pairwise-preference model
S Stark, OS Chernyshenko, F Drasgow
Applied Psychological Measurement 29 (3), 184-203, 2005
1642005
Examining the effects of differential item (functioning and differential) test functioning on selection decisions: When are statistically significant effects practically important?
S Stark, OS Chernyshenko, F Drasgow
Journal of Applied Psychology 89 (3), 497, 2004
1292004
75 years after Likert: Thurstone was right!
F Drasgow, OS Chernyshenko, S Stark
Industrial and Organizational Psychology 3 (4), 465-476, 2010
1192010
Proactivity, adaptability and boundaryless career attitudes: The mediating role of entrepreneurial alertness
MA Uy, KY Chan, YL Sam, MR Ho, OS Chernyshenko
Journal of Vocational Behavior 86, 115-123, 2015
1072015
Openness to experience: Its lower level structure, measurement, and cross-cultural equivalence
SE Woo, OS Chernyshenko, A Longley, ZX Zhang, CY Chiu, SE Stark
Journal of personality assessment 96 (1), 29-45, 2014
1052014
International perspectives on the legal environment for selection
B Myors, F Lievens, E Schollaert, G Van Hoye, SF Cronshaw, A Mladinic, ...
Industrial and Organizational Psychology 1 (2), 206-246, 2008
992008
Toward standardized measurement of sexual harassment: Shortening the SEQ-DoD using item response theory
S Stark, OS Chernyshenko, AR Lancaster, F Drasgow, LF Fitzgerald
Military Psychology 14 (1), 49-72, 2002
972002
Entrepreneurship, professionalism, leadership: A framework and measure for understanding boundaryless careers
KY Chan, RH Moon-ho, OS Chernyshenko, O Bedford, MA Uy, ...
Journal of Vocational Behavior 81 (1), 73-88, 2012
882012
Cultural intelligence as a mediator of relationships between openness to experience and adaptive performance
T Oolders, OS Chernyshenko, S Stark
Handbook of cultural intelligence: Theory, measurement, and applications …, 2008
852008
Adaptive testing with multidimensional pairwise preference items: Improving the efficiency of personality and other noncognitive assessments
S Stark, OS Chernyshenko, F Drasgow, LA White
Organizational Research Methods 15 (3), 463-487, 2012
812012
From ABLE to TAPAS: A new generation of personality tests to support military selection and classification decisions
S Stark, OS Chernyshenko, F Drasgow, CD Nye, LA White, T Heffner, ...
Military Psychology 26 (3), 153-164, 2014
752014
The Suitability of Goldberg's Big Five IPIP Personality Markers in New Zealand: A Dimensionality, Bias, and Criterion Validity Evaluation.
N Guenole, OS Chernyshenko
New Zealand Journal of Psychology 34 (2), 2005
722005
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