Defining the performance domain is not a new problem. Guion (1961) and Nagle (1953) seem too old to be relevant. Are they too old to be relevant? Why or why not?
In chapter 1 of the textbook, Murphy discusses individual differences as being much more than G. Is Murphy correct in his proposition that individual differences are more than G? Why or why not?
Guion, R. M. (1961). Criterion Measurement and Personnel Judgments. Personnel Psychology, 14(2), 141-149.
Nagle, B. F. (1953). Criterion Development. Personnel Psychology, 6(3), 271-289.
Murphy, K. R. (Ed.). (1996). Individual differences and behavior in organizations. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.