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George Charles Thornton III


Professor Emeritus

Department of Psychology                                 

Colorado State University                             

Fort Collins, Colorado 80523                          

 

Education: M.S.     Purdue University, 1964, Major: Industrial Psychology**   

            M.S.     Purdue University, 1966, Major: Industrial Administration

            Ph.D.   Purdue University, 1966, Major: Industrial Psychology***

 

                **Thesis: Synthetic validity based on the factorial structure of worker- oriented job variables. (Published in Personnel Psychology article with

                  McCormick and Cunningham.)

 

              ***Dissertation: The relationship between supervisor- and self-appraisals of

                  executive performance. (Published in Personnel Psychology article).

 

Work Experience:

·       September, 1966 - present.  Colorado State University, Department of Psychology: Assistant Professor, 1966-70; Associate Professor, 1970-80; Professor, 1980-2008; Emeritus, 2008; Associate Head, 1982-84; Chair, Industrial/Organizational Psychology Program, 1967-70, 1978-80, 1984-88, 1991-94, 2005 – 2007.

·       November – December 2007. Xavier Labor Relations Institute, Jamshedpur, India: Guest Professor. Taught course on consulting to management.

·       January - July, 1990.  Bar-Ilan University, Tel Aviv, Israel. Visiting Scholar, Department of Psychology. Conducted research, gave lectures.

·       September, 1980 - July, 1981. University of Southern California. Visiting Professor, Institute of Safety and Systems Management. Taught graduate courses in Stuttgart, Worms, Heidelberg, Pirmasins, and Kaiserslautern, Germany.

·       Consultant to numerous organizations: Battelle Memorial Institute, Dow Chemical,

      Woodward-Governor, Coors, Fitzsimmons Army Hospital, Molnlycke AF (Sweden),

McGraw-Hill, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Colorado Division of Employment, Colorado Civil Rights Commission, Fort Collins Police Department, Eastman Kodak Corporation, Medical Group Management Association, City of Fort Collins, Denver Civil Service Commission, IBM, Colorado Department of Transportation, Denver Career Services, Sun Microsystems, Canadian Military Personnel Psychology Branch. Seoul South Korea Civil Service Commission, Dallas Civil Service Department, LC Waikiki.

·       Supplemental list of consultancies and expert witness work on EEO cases available.

 

Workshops and Consulting in Other Countries:   Belgium, Brazil, Canada,  China, Costa Rica, Dubai, England, Germany, Indonesia, Israel, Mexico, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Switzerland, and Turkey.

 

 

Professional Organizations:

            Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Fellow

 

Professional Activities:

·       Evaluator, Jeanneret Symposium on Assessment of Leaders of Leaders, sponsored by the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Dallas, February 19-20, 2016.

·       Editorial board: Employment Testing, 1995 – 2000; Pakistan Journal of Psychology

·       Editorial reviewer for Journal of Applied Psychology, Personnel Psychology, and

      Journal of Management, International Journal of Selection.

·       Member, Ad Hoc Committee to revise Division of Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Principles for the Validation and Use of  Personnel Selection Procedures, Revised Edition, 1981.

·       Member, Ad Hoc Committee to prepare Guidelines for Use of Assessment Centers

      endorsed by the 1976 International Congress on the Assessment Center Method;

 Co-Chairman to prepare 1989 edition, Member of committee to prepare 2000, 2008,

2014  editions.

·       Submitted comments to Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and Colorado

      Civil Rights Commission regarding guidelines for employment testing.

·       Expert witness for Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Colorado Civil

      Rights Commission, and several organizations in employment litigation

      (Supplemental list of consultancies on EEO cases available on request.)

·       American Board of Professional Psychology, Bylaws Committee, Organizational Effectiveness Committee, 1990-95.American Board of Industrial/Organizational Psychology, President of Board of Directors, 1992-1998.

·       National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), Technical Panel on 12th Grade

      Preparedness Research, 2007 – 2008.

 

 

 

Honors, Recognitions, Lifetime Achievement Awards:

·       Senior Advisor, International Human Resources Development Cross-Cultural Research Association, Shanghai, China

·       Distinguished Professional Contributions Award, Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 2002

·       Certified Psychologist, State of Colorado (1972-88; law now exempts Industrial/Organizational Psychologists)

·       Outstanding Young Men of America  

·       American Men and Women of Science

·       Outstanding Educators of America

·       Personalities of the West and Midwest

·       Diplomate, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, American Board of Professional Psychology

·       Fellow, Society of Industrial and Organization Psychology, Division 14 of American Psychological Association

·       Legacy Lifetime Award from the South African Assessment Centre Study

·       Lifetime Achievement Award by the United Kingdom Assessment Centre User Group

·       Inaugural Recreator of the Year by the City of Fort Collins Recreation Department 2014

 

PUBLICATIONS

 

Books, Workbooks, White Papers, Tests

 

Oetting, R. E., & Thornton, G. C. III. (1968). Exercises in psychological testing. New York: Harper & Row.

 

Thornton, G. C. III & Oetting, E. R. (1982). Exercises in psychological testing (2nd Ed.). New York: Harper & Row.

 

Thornton, G. C. III & Byham, W. C. (1982). Assessment centers and managerial performance. New York: Academic Press.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1992). Assessment centers in human resource management. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley. (Translated into Chinese in 2004)

 

Condon, M., Hollis-Sawyer, L., & Thornton, G.C.III. (2002). Exercises in psychological testing. Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon.

 

Schuler, H., Thornton, G.C.III, Frintrup, A., & Mueller-Hanson, R. (2004). Achievement Motivation Inventory. Gottingen, Germany: Hogrefe.

 

Thornton, G.C.III & Mueller-Hanson, R. (2003). Developing simulation exercises: A how-to guide for practitioners and students. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

 

Thornton, G.C.III & Rupp, D.E. (2006).  Assessment centers in human resource management: Strategies for prediction, diagnosis, and development. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

 

Hollis-Sawyer, L.A., Thornton, G.C.III, Hurd, B., & Condon, M.E. (2009). ). Exercises in psychological testing (2nd ed). Boston, MA: Pearson Education.

 

Povah, N. & Thornton, G.C. III. (Eds.). (2012) Assessment centres and global talent management. Farnham, England: Gower Publishing.

 

Hughes, D., Riley, P,, Shalfrooshan, A., Gibbons, A., & Thornton, G. (2012). A Global Survey of Assessment Centre Practices: A Research Report by a&dc and Colorado State University. Godalming, Surrey,UK: Assessment and Development Consultants Ltd.

 

Thornton, G.C.III, Rupp, D.E., & Hoffman, B.J. (2015). Assessment center perspectives for talent management strategies. New York: Routledge.

 

Thornton, G.C.III, Mueller-Hanson, R. & Rupp, D.E. (2017). Developing simulation exercises: A guide for practitioners, students, and researchers (2nd ed). New York, NY: Routledge.

 

 

 

Chapters in Edited Books

     

Byham, W. C., & Thornton, G. C. III. (1986). Assessment centers.  In R. A. Berk (Ed.), Performance assessment: Methods and applications. (pp. 458-462). Baltimore: John Hopkins Press.

 

Thornton, G. C. III, Gaugler, B. B., Rosenthal, D. B., & Bentson, C. (1987). Die pradiktive validitat des assessment centers-eine metaanalyse. In H. Schuler (Ed.), Assessment center als methode der personalentwicklung. Band 3 Verlag fur angerwandte psychologie:  Stuttgart.

 

Cleveland, J. N. & Thornton, G. C. III.  (1990). Use of simulations in management development: Reciprocity between science and practice. In K. R. Murphy and F. E. Saal (Eds).  Psychology in organizations: Integrating science and practice (pp. 111-131). Hillside, NJ:  Erlbaum.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1991). Assessing management potential: An overview. In J. W. Jones, B.D. Steffy, & D. W. Bray (Eds.). Applying psychology in business: The manager's handbook, (pp. 225-235). Lexington Books.

 

Thornton, G.C. III, & Rupp, D.E. (2004). Simulations and assessment centers. In M. Hersen (Ed.), Comprehensive handbook of psychological assessment: Vol. 4. J.C. Thomas (Ed.), Industrial and organizational assessment, (pp. 319-344). Hoboken, N.J.; Wiley.

 

Thornton, G.C.III, & Wingate, P.H. (2005). Industrial and organizational psychologists as expert witnesses: Affecting employment discrimination litigation post Daubert. In F. Landy (Ed.), Employment Discrimination Litigation: Behavioral, Quantitative, and Legal Perspectives. (pp. 167-198). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

 

Lievens, F. & Thornton, G.C.III. (2005). Assessment centers: Recent developments in practice and research. In A. Evers, N. Anderson, & O. Voskuijl (Eds.) Handbook of Personnel Selection. (pp. 243-264). Malden, MA: Blackwell.

 

Krause, D.E., Gebert, D., & Thornton, G.C.III. (2007). Interkulturelle unterschiede in der assessment center anwendung (Cross-cultural differences in the use of assessment centers). In H. Schuler (Ed.), Assessment center zur potenzialanalyse (S. 359-378). Gottingen, Germany: Hogrefe.

 

Livens, F. & Thornton, G.C.III (2007). Assessment center-forschung und –anwendung: Eine aktuelle bestandsaufnahme (Assessment center research and practice: An actual overview. In H. Schuler (Ed.), Assessment center zur potenzialanalyse. Gottingen, Germany: Hogrefe.

 

Krause, D.E., Gebert, D., & Thornton, G.C.III. (2007). Interkulturelle Unterschiede in der Assessment Center Anwendung [Cross-cultural differences in the use of assessment centers]. In H. Schuler (Ed.), ` (S. 359-378). Gottingen, Germany: Hogrefe.

 

Krause, D.E., & Thornton, G.C.III. (2008). International perspectives on current assessment center practices and future challenges. In S. Schlebusch & G. Roodt, Assessment centres: Unlocking potential for growth.  (pp. 284-300). Randburg, South Africa: Knowledge Resources.

 

Thornton, G.C. III, & Krause, D.E. (2008). Assessment centres in the United States. In S. Schlebusch & G. Roodt, Assessment centres: Unlocking potential for growth. (pp. 277-283). Randburg, South Africa: Knowledge Resources.

 

Thornton, G.C. III, Hollenbeck, G.P., & Johnson, S.K. (2009). Selecting leaders: Executives and high potentials. In J. L. Farr & N. Tippins (Eds.), Handbook of employee selection. (pp. 823-840). Erlbaum.

 

Thornton, G. C. III & Cigularov, K. (2011). Struktur und Formen von Facetten der Leistungsmotivation in verschiedenen Ländern: Wechselwirkungen von Theorie und Messung. [Structure and Levels of Facets of Achievement Motivation in Several Countries: The Interplay of Theory and Measurement]. In P. Gelléri & C. Winter (Hrsg.), Potenziale der Personalpsychologie. Einfluss personaldiagnostischer Maßnahmen auf den Berufs- und Unternehmenserfolg [Potentials of personnel psychology. The effects of personnel assessment on job and organizational success], (pp. 215-238). Göttingen: Hogrefe.

 

Povah, N.  & Thornton, G.C. III . (2011) Three themes that explain our passion for assessment centres of talent management. In N. Povah & G.C. Thornton III. (Eds.)  Assessment centres and global talent management.  (pp. 3 – 14).  Farnham,England: Gower.

 

Thornton, G.C. III.  & Povah, N. (2011). Assessment centers in organizational and cultural contexts: Evidence of the versatility of a proven human resource intervention. In N. Povah & G.C. Thornton III. (Eds.) Assessment centres and global talent management. (pp. 471-480). Farnham, England: Gower.

 

Thornton, G.C.III (2011). Fifty years on: The ongoing reciprocal impact of science and practice on the assessment centre method. In N. Povah & G.C. Thornton III. (Eds.) Assessment centres and global talent management.   (pp. 163 – 171). Farnham, England: Gower.

 

Thornton, G.C. III & Birri, R. (2011). Success and failure factors for sustainability of assessment centers. In N. Povah & G.C. Thornton III. (Eds.) Assessment centres and global talent management.  (pp. 315 – 325). Farnham, England: Gower.

 

Thornton, G.C.III & Rupp, D.E.(2012). Research into dimension-based assessment centers. In D.J.R. Jackson, C.E. Lance, & B. J. Hoffman (Eds.) The psychology of assessment centers. (pp. 141-170. New York: Routledge.

 

Thornton, G.C.III & Kedharnath, U. (2010). Work sample tests. In K.G. Geisinger (Ed.), Handbook of testing and assessment in psychology. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.\

 

Thornton, G.C. III, Johnson, S.K., & Church, A.H. (2016). Selecting leaders: Executives and high potentials. In J. L. Farr & N. Tippins (Eds.), Handbook of employee selection(2nd ed). (pp. 833 - 852). New York, NY: Erlbaum.

 

Thornton, G.C. & Lievens, F. (in press). Theoretical principles relevant to assessment center design and implementation.  In S, Schlebusch, & G. Roodt  (Eds).  Assessment Centres: Unlocking Potential for Growth (2nd Edition), pp.  xxxx  Randburg: Knowres.

 

 

 

Articles in Refereed Journals

 

McCormick, E. J., Cunningham, J. W., & Thornton, G. C. III. (1967). The prediction of job requirements by a structured job analysis procedure. Personnel Psychology, 20, 431-440.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1968). Organizational psychology: An emerging interdisciplinary field. Rocky Mountain Social Science Journal, 5, 5-13.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1968). The relationship between supervisory and self-appraisals of executive performance. Personnel Psychology, 21, 441-445.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1969). Personnel administrators look at industrial psychologists. Personnel Administrator, 14, 30-34.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1969). The image of industrial psychologists among personnel administrators. Journal of Applied Psychology, 51, 401-405.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1969). The dimensions of organizational climate of office situations. Experimental Publication System (Issue 2), 1-23.

 

Byham, W. C. & Thornton, G. C. III. (1970). Assessment centers: A new aid in management selection. Studies in Personnel Psychology, 2, 21-35.

 

Thornton, G. C. III & McCambridge, J. (1974). The use of assessment centers for graduate students. Professional Psychology, 366-368.

 

Weigel, R. G., Weigel, V. M., & Thornton, G. C. III. (1975). Assessment of preferences among company names by semantic differential and free association techniques. Psychological Reports, 37, 1163-1166.

 

Benson, P. G., & Thornton, G. C. III.  (1978). A model career planning program. Personnel, 55, 30-39.

 

Thornton, G. C. III, DeHaan, T. J., & Waldman, D. A. (1978). The self-evaluation of supervisory duties by medical group practice supervisors. Medical Group Management, 25, 55-58.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1978). Differential effects of career planning on internals and externals. Personnel Psychology, 31, 471-476.

 

Waldman, D. A., & Thornton, G. C. III.  (1979). A comparison of supervisors' self-appraisals and their administrators' appraisals. Medical Group Management, 26, 22-24.

 

DeHaan, T. J., Waldman, D. A., & Thornton, G. C. III. (1979). Effects of supervisory training on self-confidence and job performance. Medical Group Management, 26, 28-32.

 

Thornton, G. C. III, & Gierasch, P. A. (1979). Fakability of an empirically derived selection instrument. Journal of Personality Assessment, 21, 48-51.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1979). Professional issues in assessment center applications. Journal of Assessment Center Technology, 2, 1-6.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1980).  Psychometric properties of self-appraisals of job performance. Personnel Psychology, 33, 263-271.

 

Thornton, G. C. III & Zorich, S. (1980). Training to improve observer accuracy. Journal of Applied Psychology, 65, 351-354.

 

Thornton, G.C.III & Benson, P.G. (1980). Industrial psychologists as expert witnesses: Role conflicts in fair employment litigation. Labor Law Review, (July), 417-429.

 

McFarlane, L. A., & Thornton, G. C. III. (1982). Are your supervisors receiving adequate feedback? Medical Group Management, 29, 48-52.

 

Harn, T. J., & Thornton, G. C. III. (1985). Recruiter counseling behaviors and applicant impressions. Journal of Occupational Psychology, 58, 57-65.

 

McFarlane, L. A., & Thornton, G. C. III. (1986). The effects of gender on self and supervisory ratings. Academy of Management Journal, 29, 115-129.

 

Gaugler, B. B., Rosenthal, D. R., Thornton, G. C. III, & Bentson, C. (1987) Meta-analysis of assessment center validities. Journal of Applied Psychology Monograph, 72, 493-511.

 

Waldman, D. A. & Thornton, G. C.  III. (1988). A field study of rating conditions and leniency in performance appraisal. Psychological Reports, 63, 835-840.

 

Mondragon, N. & Thornton, G. C. III. (1988). Effects of affirmative action programs on perceptions of organizations among white male college students. Proceedings of the 1988 Annual National Conference of the Council on Employee Responsibilities and Rights. October 13-14, 1988.

 

Gaugler, B. B. & Thornton, G. C. III. (1989). Number of assessment center dimensions as a determinant of assessor accuracy. Journal of Applied Psychology, 74, 611-618.

 

Kriek, H. & Thornton, G. C. III. (1989). Cultural fairness of the assessment center, Institute for Personnel Management Journal, August, 27-29.

 

Shore, L.M. & Thornton, G.C. III (1989). Job satisfaction and organizational commitment as predictors of behavioral intentions and employee behavior. Best Paper Proceedings, Academy of Management, August  13-16, 1989, Washington, D.C.

 

Thornton, G. C. III & Cleveland, J. N. (1990). Developing managerial talent through simulation. American Psychologist, 45, 190-199.

 

Gaugler, B. B. & Thornton, G. C. III. (1990). Matching job previews to individual applicants' needs. Psychological Reports, 66, 643-652.

 

Shore, T. H., Thornton, G. C. III, & Shore, L. M. (1990). Construct validity of two categories of assessment center dimension ratings. Personnel Psychology, 43, 101-115.

 

Mondragon, N. J. & Thornton, G. C. III. (1990). Applicant perceptions, procedural justice, and affirmative action selection procedures. Proceedings of the 1990 Annual Conference of the Association of Management, Buena Vista, Florida.

 

Murphy, K. R., Thornton, G. C. III, & Reynolds, D. H. (1990). College students' attitudes toward employee drug testing. Personnel Psychology, 43, 615-631.

 

Gatewood, R., Thornton, G. C. III, Hennessey, H. W. Jr. (1990). Reliability of exercise ratings in the leaderless group discussion, Journal of Occupational Psychology, 63, 331-342.

 

Shore, T. H., Thornton, G. C. III & Shore, L. M. (1990). Distinctiveness of three work attitudes: job involvement, organizational commitment, and career salience. Psychological Reports, 67, 851-858.

 

Murphy, K. R., Thornton, G. C. III, & Prue, K. (1991). Influence of job characteristics on the acceptability of employee drug testing. Journal of Applied Psychology, 76, 447-453.

 

Shore, L. M., Newton, L. A., & Thornton, G. C. III. (1992). Job and organizational attitudes in relation to employee behavioral intention. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 11, 57-67.

 

Murphy, K. R. & Thornton, G. C. III. (1992). Characteristics of employee drug testing policies. Journal of Business and Psychology, 6, 295-309.

 

Murphy, K. R. & Thornton, G. C. III. (1992). Development and validation of a measure of attitudes toward employee drug testing. Educational and Psychological Measurement. 52, 189-201.

 

Shore, T. H., Shore, L. M., Thornton, G. C. III. (1992). Construct validity of self- and

peer-evaluations in an assessment center. Journal of Applied Psychology, 77,42-54.

 

Fox, S. & Thornton, G.C. III. (1993). Implicit distribution theory: The influence of coginitve representation of differentiation on actual ratings. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 76, 259-276.

 

Thornton, G.C. III. (1994). Disparate impact in managerial assessments: Occurence, causes and remedies. Employment Testing: Law and Policy Reporter, 3(10), 4-8.

 

Thornton, G.C. III, & Murphy, K.R. (1995). Statistics and employment testing. Employment Testing: Law and Policy Reporter, 4, 113-118.

 

Thornton, G.C. III (1996). How to set cutoff scores on personnel tests. Employment Testing: Law and Policy Reporter, 5, 187-190.

 

Thornton, G.C. III, Hollenshead, J., & Larsh, S. (1997). Comparison of two measures of motivation to manage: Ethnic and gender differences. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 57, 241-253.

 

Hoffman, C.C., & Thornton, G.C. III. (1997). Examining selection utility where competing predictors differ in adverse impact. Personnel Psychology, 50, 455-470.

 

Thornton, G.C. III, Tziner, A., Dahan, M., Clevenger, J.P., & Meir, E. (1997). Construct validity of assessment center judgments: Analyses of the behavioral reporting method. Journal of Social Behavior and Personality, 12, 109-128.

 

Thornton, G.C.III & Webb, J.R. (1998). Can evidence about employment testing meet the Daubert standards? Employment Testing: Law and Policy Reporter, 7, 1-9, 14.

 

Thornton, G.C.III. (1998). Committee Revises Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing. Employment Testing: Law and Policy Reporter, 7, 161-165, 176.

 

Luther, N. & Thornton, G.C. III. (1999), Issues and implications of faking on self-report employment tests. . Employment Testing: Law and Policy Reporter, 8, 129-136.

 

Thornton, G.C.III, Murphy, K.R., Everest, T.M., & Hoffman, C.C. (2000). Higher cost, lower validity and higher utility: Comparing the utilities of two tests that differ in validity, costs, and selectivity. International Journal of Selection and Assessment, 8, 61-75.

 

Wingate, P.H. & Thornton, G.C. III. (2000). Statistics and employment discrimination law: An interdisciplinary review.  Research in Personnel and Human Resources Management, 19, 295-337.

 

Thornton, G.C.III & Morris, D. (2001). The application of assessment center technology to the evaluation of personnel records. Public Personnel Management, 30, 55-66.

 

Hogler, R.L., Frame,J.H., & Thornton, G.C.III (2002). Workplace sexual harassment law: An empirical analysis of organizational justice and legal policy. Journal of Managerial Issues, 234-250.

 

Wingate, P.H., Thornton, G.C.III, McIntyre, K.S., Frame, J.H. (2003). Organizational downsizing and age discrimination litigation: The influence of personnel practices and statistical evidence on litigation outcomes. Law and Human Behavior, 27, 87-108.

 

Caldwell, C., Gruys, M.L., Thornton, G.C.III. (2003).  Public safety assessment centers: A steward’s perspective. Public Personnel Management, 32, 229-249.

 

Caldwell, C., Thornton, G.C. III, & Gruys, M.L. (2003). Ten classic assessment center errors: Challenges to selection validity.  Public Personnel Management, 32, 73-88.   

 

Mueller-Hanson, R., Heggestad, E.D., & Thornton, G.C.III. (2003). Faking and selection: Considering the use of personality from a select-in and select-out perspective. Journal of Applied Psychology, 88, 348-355.

 

Byrne, Z.S., Mueller-Hanson, R., Cardador, J.M., Thornton, G.C. III, Schuler, H., Frintrup, A., & Fox, S. (2004). Measuring achievement motivation:  Tests of equivalency for English, German, and Israeli versions of the Achievement Motivation Inventory. Personality and Individual Differences, 37, 203-217.

 

Wingate, P.H. & Thornton, G.C.III. (2004). Industrial/organizational psychology and the federal judiciary: Expert witness testimony and the Daubert standards. Law and Human Behavior: Special Issue on Psychology, Law, and the Workplace, 28, 97-114.

 

Krause, D.E., Thornton, G.C.III. (2005). Internationales Forchungsprojekt: Kulturelle Wertorientierungen und die Assessment  Center-Anwendung in Amerika, Europe und Asien. Zeitschrift fur Personalpsychologie, 4 (4), 206-208. (International research project: Cultural orientation and the assessment center method in the Americas, Europe, and Asia.)

 

Snyder, L., Rupp, D. E., & Thornton, G. C. III (2006). Personnel selection of information technology workers: The people, the jobs, and issues for human resource managers. Research in Personnel and Human Resource Management, 25, 305-376.

 

Rupp, D. E., Snyder, L. A., Gibbons, A. M., & Thornton, G. C. III (2006). What should developmental assessment centers be developing? Psychologist-Manager Journal, 9, 75-98.

 

Snyder, L.A., Cleveland, J.N., & Thornton, G.C.III. (2006). Support for affirmative action initiatives among diverse groups: The role of ethnic identity. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 36, 527-551.

 

Krause, D. E., Kersting, M., Heggestad, E. D., & Thornton, G. C. (2006). Incremental validity of assessment center ratings over cognitive ability tests. A study at the executive management level. International Journal of Selection and Assessment, 14, 360371.

 

Mueller-Hanson, R. A., Heggestad, E.D., & Thornton, G.C.III. (2006).  Individual differences in impression management: An exploration of the psychological processes underlying faking. Special issue of Psychological Science, “Considering response distortion in personality measurement for industrial, work, and organizational psychology research and practice,” 48, 288-312.

 

Krause, D.E., & Thornton, G.C.III. (2007). Kulturelle Vielfalt und assessment center: Handlungsempfehlingen fur theorie und praxis [Cultural diversity and assessment centers]. Zeitschrift fur Fuhrung und Organisation, 4, 223- 230.

 

Woo, S.E., Gibbons, A.M., Thornton, G.C.III. (2007). Latent mean differences in the facets of achievement motivation of undergraduate students and adult workers in the U.S. Personality and Individual Differences. 43, 1687-1697.

 

Rupp, D.E., Thornton, G.C.III, & Gibbons, A.M. (2008). The construct validity of the assessment center method and usefulness of dimensions as focal constructs. Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 1, 116-120.

 

Premarajan, P.K., Thornton, G.C.III, & Padhi, P.K. (2008). Legal environment for selection in India. Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 1, 258-259.

 

Thornton, G.C.III, & Krause, D.E. (2009). Selection versus development assessment centers: An international survey of design, execution, and evaluation. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 20, 478-498.

 

Thornton, G.C. III, Wilson, C.L., Johnson, R.M., & Rogers, D.A. (2009). Managing assessment center practices in the context of employment discrimination litigation, The Psychologist Manager, 12, 175-186,

 

Thornton, G.C. III, Eurich, T.L., & Johnson, R.M. (2009). Industrial/organizational psychologists as expert witnesses in employment discrimination litigation: Descriptions and prescriptions. The Psychologist Manager12, 187-203.

 

Thornton, G.C.III, & Gibbons, A. (2009). Assessment centers for personnel selection. In J. Breaugh (Ed.), Employee Selection at the Beginning of the 21st Century, Special issue of  Human Resource Management Review, 19, 169-187.

 

Lanik, M., Thornton, G. C. III, & Hoskovcova, S. (2009). A flat world? A comparative study of achievement motivation in the Czech Republic and the United States. Studia Psychologica, 51, 69-84.

 

Eurich, T.L., Krause, D.E., Cigularov, K, & Thornton, G.C.III. (2009). Assessment centers: Current practices in the United States, Journal of Business and Psychology, 24, 387-407.

 

Thornton, G.C. III, & Potemra, M. (2010). Utility of assessment center for promotion of police sergeants. Public Personnel Management, 39, 59-69.

 

Snyder, L.A., Carmichael, J.S., Blackwell, L.V., Cleveland, J.N., & Thornton, G.C. III.  (2010). 

Perceptions of discrimination and justice among employees with disabilities.  Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, 22, 5-19.

 

Krause, D.E., & Thornton, G.C.III (2009). A cross-cultural look at assessment center practices: A survey in Western Europe and North America. Applied Psychology: An International Review, 557-585.

 

Brodersen, D.A. & Thornton, G.C.III. (2011). An investigation of alpha, beta, and gamma change in developmental assessment centers. Performance Improvement Quarterly, 24, 25- 48.

 

Thornton, G.C.III. (2014). Assessment centers. In D. Guest & D. Needle, Wiley Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management, Wiley.

 

Thornton, G.C.III. (2013). Evidence that assessment center judgments measure dimensions of managerial performance, Organizational Psychology,  [Russian e-journal]

 

Baczynska, A. & Thornton, G.C. III (2017). Relationships of analytical, practical, and emotional intelligence with behavioral dimensions of performance of top managers. International Journal of Selection and Assessment, 25, 171- 182.

 

 

Test and Book Reviews

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1985). Review of the Adult Basic Learning Examination. In R. C. Sweetland, & D. J. Keyser (Eds.). Test critiques (II) (pp. 16-22). Kansas City, MO: Westport Publishers.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1985). Review of Professional and Managerial Position Questionnaire. In J. V. Mitchell, (Ed) Ninth mental measurements yearbook (pp. 1214-1215). Lincoln, NE: Buros Institute.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1989). Review of the Management Appraisal Survey. In J. C. Conoley & J.J. Kramer (Eds.). Tenth mental measurements yearbook (pp. 459-460). Lincoln, NE:  The Buros Institute of Mental Measurements.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1995). Review of Position Analysis Questionnaire. In J.C. Conoley,, & J.C. Impara (Eds.)  Twelfth mental measurements yearbook (pp. 789-790). Lincoln, NB: Buros Institute.

 

Thornton, G.C. III (1995). Review of The Candidate Profile Record. In J.C. Conoley, & J.C. Impara (Eds.)  Twelfth mental measurements yearbook (pp. 157-158). Lincoln, NB: Buros Institute.

 

Thornton, G.C.III (1998). Review of NOCTI Teacher Occupational Competency Test: Automotive Technician,  In J.C. Impara & B.S.Plake (Eds.),  Thirteenth mental measurements yearbook (p. 697). Lincoln, NB: Buros Institute.

 

Thornton, G.C.III (1998). Review of Leadership Skills Inventory, In J.C. Impara & B.S.Plake (Eds.),  Thirteenth Mental measurements yearbook (pp. 600-601). Lincoln, NB: Buros Institute.

 

Thornton, G.C.III (1999). Review of Richard S. Barrett, Challenging the myths of fair employment practices. In Employment Testing: Law & Policy Reporter, 8, 80.

 

Thornton, G.C.III (2001). Review of Divesity Management Survey. In B.S. Plake & J.C. Impara (Eds.),  Fourteenth mental measurements yearbook (pp. 418-421). Lincoln, NB: Buros Institute.

 

Thornton, G.C.III (2001). Review of Performance Skills Leader, In B.S. Plake & J.C. Impara (Eds.),  Fourteenth Mental measurements yearbook (pp. 920-923). Lincoln, NB: Buros Institute.

 

Other Publications

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1966). Starting salaries for 1966 Ph.D.'s - A small survey. The Industrial Psychologist, Division 14, American Psychological Association, 3, 39-42.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1966). Graduate program in industrial psychology at Colorado State University. The Industrial Psychologist, Division 14, American Psychological Association, 4, 3.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1970). Test items to accompany essentials of psychological testing (3rd Ed.), by L. J. Cronbach. New York: Harper & Row.

 

Division 14, American Psychological Association. (1975 & 1976). Survey of graduate programs in organizational behavior and industrial-organizational psychology. (Prepared by George C. Thornton III.)

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1976). Graduate education in I/O psychology and organizational behavior: Preliminary results of a survey. The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist, 13, 29.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1977). Survey of graduate education in industrial-organizational psychology. The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist, 15, 16-17.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1977). You can influence your career progress. The Secretary, 37, 14-15.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1983). Borrowers' net worth depends on self-worth. American Banking Association Banking Journal, 75(10), 166-168.

 

 

Convention/Conference Presentations

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1968, May). The relationship between supervisory and self-appraisals of executive performance performance.  Paper presented at the meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, Illinois.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1968, May). Personality characteristics of owners of small business and their relation to the wife's participation.  Paper presented at the meeting of the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, Denver, Colorado.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1969, May). The identification of dimensions of work environments by factor analytic techniques. In G. C. Thornton III, (Chair), Psychological dimensions of environmental determinants of behavior. Symposium presented at the meeting of the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1970, September). Research on test discrimination. In N. J. Trimple (Chair), Uses and limitations of written tests in employment of the disadvantaged. Symposium presented at the meetings of the Public Personnel Association, Boston, Massachusetts.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1971, May). The validity of assessment centers. In G. C. Thornton III (Chair),  Assessment centers: Multiple assessment procedures for evaluating managerial personnel. Symposium presented at the meeting of the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, Denver, Colorado.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1971, September). Varieties of validity of assessment centers in other companies. In W. C. Byham (Chair), The validity of assessment centers. Symposium presented at the meetings of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.

 

Thornton, G. C. III & McCambridge, J. (1973, May). Assessing and developing graduate students by assessment center techniques. Paper presented at the meeting of the Rock Mountain Psychological Association, Las Vegas, NV.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1974, April). Human judgment processes in assessment centers. Presented to the Second International Congress on the Assessment Center Method, West Point, NY.

 

Thornton, G. C., III. (1976, June). The effects of feedback on developmental planning. Presented to the Fourth International Congress on the Assessment Center Method, Portsmouth, NH.

 

Mohr, J. P., & Thornton, G. C. III. (1977, May). Self-esteem and the goal setting process.  Paper presented at the meeting of the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

 

DeHaan, T. J., & Thornton, G. C. III. (1978, May). Supervisory skill training and internal versus external control of reinforcement. Paper presented at the meeting of the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, Denver, CO.

 

Thornton, G.C. III. (1978, May). Evaluation in organization development. Paper presented at the OD Showcase, Denver, CO.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1978, August). Psychometric properties of self-appraisals of job performance. In E. L. Levine (Chair), Organizational applications of self-appraisal and self-assessment: Another look. Symposium presented at the meetings of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1979, June). Research in behavioral observation. Paper presented at the Seventh International Congress on the Assessment Center Method, New Orleans, LA.

 

Waldman, D. A., & Thornton, G. C. III. (1980, April). Comparisons of self-and supervisor-appraisals moderated by anonymity and organizational climate. Paper presented at the meeting of the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, Tucson, Arizona.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1981, April). Training administrators to conduct supervisory training programs. Paper presented at the Bundeskogress, 1981 der Sektion Arbeits - und Bertriebspsychologie im BDP, Dortmund, West Germany.

 

Thornton, G. C. III, Blumenfeld, W. S., & Warrenfeltz, R. B. (1983, April). Job preferences of another group of potential psychologists. Paper presented at the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, Snowbird, Utah.

 

Warrenfeltz, R. B., & Thornton, G. C. III. (1983, April). An investigation of the organization entry process. Paper presented at the meeting of the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, Snowbird, Utah.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1984, March). Assessment center overview: Method, theory, and application. In S. Zedeck (Chair). Assessment centers: Spinoffs and innovations. Conference, Oakland, CA. 

 

Rosenthal, D. R., Thornton, G. C. III, Gaugler, B. B., & Bentson, C. (1985, April). Meta-analysis of assessment center validities. Paper presented at the International Congress on the Assessment Center Method, Colorado Springs, CO.

 

Gaugler, B. B., & Thornton, G. C. III. (1985, April). Individually tailoring realistic job previews to applicants' needs. Paper presented at Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, Tucson, Arizona.

 

Thornton, G. C. III, Gaugler, B. B., Rosenthal, D. R., & Bentson, C. (1985, August). Meta-analysis of assessment center validities. In R. F. Silzer (Chair). Assessment center validity: Recent data and current status. Symposium presented at the meetings of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1986, April). Induction in I/O psychology.  In K. Murphy (Chair), Inductive and deductive methods in industrial/organizational psychology. Symposium presented at the meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Chicago, IL.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1986, September). Future developments in assessment center design. Paper presented at the Fall conference of the Personnel Testing Council of Southern California, Ontario, CA.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1987, August). A traditional explanation of why assessment centers work. In R. Klimoski (Chair). Alternative explanations of why assessment centers work. Symposium presented at the meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Atlanta, GA.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1987, April). What we have learned after 20 years of research and practice on assessment centers. Paper presented at the International Congress on the Assessment Center Method. Boston, MA.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1987, April). Implications for practice from four alternative explanations of why assessment centers work. Paper presented at the International Congress on the Assessment Center Method. Boston, MA.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1987, August). Assessment center design:  current concerns and evolving practices. Workshop presented at the Meetings of the American Psychological Association. New York, NY.

 

Shore, L. M., Thornton, G. C. III & Shore, T. H. (1988, April). Causal relations between work satisfaction and work committment. Poster session presented at the meetings of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Dallas,  TX.

 

Thornton, G. C. III & Klimoski, R. (1988, May). The debate continues: Why do assessment centers work? Paper presented at the 16th International Congress on the Assessment Center Method, May 11-13, 1988, Tampa, Florida.

 

Thornton, G. C. III & Thoreson, J. D. (1988, May). Ratings of job samples vs. dimensions: Recent research and implications for practice. Paper presented at the 16th International Congress on the Assessment Center Method, May  11-13, 1988.

 

Shore, T.H., Shore, L. M., & Thornton, G. C. III. (1988, November). The distinctiveness of three work attitudes:  Job involvement, organizational committment, and career salience. Paper presented at the Southern Management Association Meetings.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1988, August). Research and practice in assessment centers, Workshop presented at meetings of the American Psychological Association, New York City, N.Y.

 

Mondragon, N. J. & Thornton, G. C. III. (1988, October). Effects of affirmative action programs on perceptions of organizations among white males. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Council on Employee Rights and Responsibilities. Virginia Beach, VA.

 

Gaugler, B. B. & Thornton, G. C. III. (1988, August). Task complexity in the assessment center: Are we placing too many cognitive demands on assessors? Paper presented at the meetings of the American Psychological Association, Atlanta, GA.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1989, March). Assessment centers for selection and development.  Workshops presented for the Institute for Personnel Management, South Africa in Stellenbosch (2 days) and Johannesberg (1 day).

 

Thornton, G. C III. (1989, May). The effect of selection practices on applicants' perceptions of organizational characteristics. Paper presented at The Individual and Organizational Side of Selection and Performance Evaluation Conference, Hohenheim, Stuttgart, West Germany.

 

Shore, L. M., Thornton, G. C. III & Newton, L. A. (1989, August). Causal relations between job satisfaction, organizational committment, behavior intentions, & employee behaviors. Proceedings of Academy of Management, Washington, D. C.

 

Adams, S. R. & Thornton, G. C. III. (1989, October). What are the limitations and possibilities of assessors' judgments in an assessment center. Paper presented at the 1989 National Assessment Conference, Minneapolis, MN.

 

Murphy, K. R., Thornton, G. C. III & Prue, K. (1990, August). Influence of job characteristics on acceptability of employee drug testing. Paper presented at the Fifth Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Miami Beach, Florida.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1991, April). The assessment center method: A review of research, unresolved issues, and potential applications. In C. S. Rettie (Chair), Assessment centers: Performance-based evaluation in the professions. Symposium presented at the meetings of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

 

Gaugler, B. B., & Thornton, G. C. III. (1991, April). Effects of cognitive complexity of assessors on assessment center judgments. Paper presented at the Sixth Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, St. Louis, MO.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1991, May). Performance assessment of high level competency among professionals. Paper presented at the International Congress on the Assessment Center Method, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1991, May). Statistical vs. judgmental integration processes in management assessment centers. Paper presented at the International Congress on the Assessment Center Method, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

 

Thornton, G. C. III. (1991, September). Assessment of communication skills of real estate appraisers. Paper presented at the meeting of the Personnel Testing Council, Newport Beach, California.

 

Thornton, G.C. III. (1992, May). A history of research on validity of the assessment center method. Paper presented at the International Congress on the Assessment Center Method, Williamsburg, VA.

 

Thornton, G.C. III. (1993, March). Selecting entry-level brewery workers at Adolph Coors Company. Paper presented at the International Congress on the Assessment Center Method, Atlanta, GA.

 

Thornton, G.C. III. (1993, March). Advantages of using tasks or attributes in assessment centers. Panel discussion presented at the International Congress on the Assessment Center Method, Atlanta, GA.

 

Thornton, G.C. III. (1994, January). Assessment centers in human resource management. One-day seminar for human resource managers sponsored the Graduate School of Business, Bandung, Indonesia.

 

Thornton, G.C. III. (1994, January). Psychology in the United States. Presentation to the faculty of psychology, Padjadjaran University, Bandung, Indonesia.

 

Thornton, G.C. III. (1994, January). Seminar for diagnosising and developing managerial skills. Three-day workshop for the Indonesian Telephone Company, Bandung, Indonesia.

 

Thornton, G.C. III. (1994, March). Recent trends and developments in assessment centers. Paper presented at the 14th Annual Conference of the Assessment Centre Study Group, Stellenbosch, South Africa.

 

Thornton, G.C. III. (1994, April).  Strengths and limitations of assessment center judgments: Consistencies and contradictions in theory and research. Paper presented at the meetings of the Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Nashville, TN.

 

Thornton, G.C. III. (1994, April). Frequently asked, yet insufficiently answered questions about assessment center validity. Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Nashville, TN.

 

Thornton, G.C. III. (1994, April). Leadership theories and assessment in the 1990s: What's new and what's not so new. Keynote address delivered to the International Congress on the Assessment Center Method, San Francisco, CA.

 

Thornton, G.C. III. (1995, May).  Assessees' reactions to attribute- and task-based feedback. Paper presented the 23 rd International Congress on the Assessment Center Method, Kansas City, MO.

 

Thornton, G.C.III. (1995, June). The assessment center method: Making adaptations while holding on to what is essential. Paper presented at the meeting of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, New Orleans, LA.

 

Thornton, G.C.III. (1996, June). The Bell Curve debate: Consensus and dissension about intelligence ,its measurement, and implications. Invited address at the meeting of the American Association of Advancement of Science, Flagstaff, Arizona.

 

Thornton, G.C. III. (1996, May). Pros and cons of simulations vs job samples: How job-like should assessment center simulations be?  Panel discussion at the International Congress on the Assessment Center Method, Washington, D.C.

 

Thornton, G.C.III. (1997, April). Licensing and the ABPP diplomate in industrial/organizational psychology. Conversation Hour at the Meeting of the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, St. Louis, MO.

 

Thornton, G.C.III. (1998, May). Developments in assessment center theory, research, and practice. Presentation to the Ohio Psychological Association, Columbus, Ohio.

 

Thornton, G.C.III, Larsh, S.L., Layer, S., & Kaman, V. (1999, May). Reactions to attribute- versus exercise-based feedback in developmental assessment centers. Paper presented at the meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Atlanta, Georgia.

 

Hollenshead, J. & Thornton, G.C. III. (1999, May). A taxonomy of objective team characteristics. Paper presented at the Seventh Annual Symposium on Individual, Team, and Organizational Effectiveness, Denton, Texas.

 

Thornton, G.C.III, & Morris, D. (1999, June). The application of assessment center technology to the evaluation of personnel records. Paper presented at the International Congress on Assessment Center Methods, Orlando, Florida.

 

Thornton, G.C.III. (1999, October).  Organizational and individual perspectives on assessment centers for management development. Invited address. Credite Suisse.

 

Thornton, G.C.III (2000, May). A research agenda for developmental assessment centers. Paper presented at the International Congress on Assessment Center Methods, San Francisco, CA.

 

Mueller-Hanson, R.A., & Thornton, G.C.III. (2000, April). Achievement motivation and the Five Factor Model of personality. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology. New Orleans, LA.

 

Frame, J.H. & Thornton, G.C.III (2001). Reactions of multiple stakeholders to sexual harassment: Situational and contextual influences. Poster presented at the meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, San Diego, California, April 28, 2001.

 

Anderson, L., Cleveland, J., & Thornton, G.C. III. (2001, April). Ethnic identity and perceptions of diversity enhancement.   Paper presented at the meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, San Diego, California.

 

Cleveland, J., Anderson, L., & Thornton, G.C.III. (2001, June). Support for diversity enhancement among diverse groups in the US: The role of ethnic diversity. Paper presented at the Global HRM Conference: Comparative HRM-Learning from diversity. Barcelona, Spain.

 

Thornton, G.C. III (2001, September). Introduction to the assessment center method: The basics and advanced program on developmental applications. Presentations at Using Assessment Centers to Grow Your Own Leaders, workshops in Jakarta, Indonesia.

 

Thornton, G.C.III. (2001, September). Developmental assessment centers: Can we deliver? Presentation at Erfogsfaktor Personal Conference. Stuttgart, Germany.

 

Thornton, G.C.III & Pendit, V.  (2001, October). Development of a “Code of Conduct” for personnel assessment in Indonesia. Presentation at the 29th International Congress on Assessment Center Methods. Frankfurt, Germany.

 

Thornton, G.C.III & D.A. Rogers. (2001, October). Developmental assessment centers: Can we deliver the essential elements? Presentation at the 29th International Congress on Assessment Center Methods. Frankfurt, Germany.

 

Mueller-Hanson, R., Heggestad, E., & Thornton, G.C.III. (2002, April). The impact of faking on selection decisions. Poster presented at the meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

 

Thornton, G.C.III (2002, April). Discussant. In J. Kudisch,. Alternate approaches to examining assessment center construct validity.  Symposium presented at the meeting of the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

 

Thornton, G.C.III (2002, April). Discussant. In D.J. Schliecher and S.A.Strupeck (Co-chairs).  Assessing the assessor: Implications for selection and training.  Symposium presented at the meeting of the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

 

Rupp, D.E., Gibbons, A.M., Runnels, T., Anderson, L., & Thornton, G.C. III. (2003, August). What should managerial assessment centers be assessing? Paper presented at the Academy of Management Meetings. Seattle, Washington.

 

Thornton, G.C.III. (2004, September). Achievement Motivation at Work. Invited address to the Department of Economics and Management, University of Maryland, Eastern Shore, Princess Ann, Maryland.

 

Thornton, G.C.III, & Maxwell, R.M. (2004, October). Student Assessment Centers. Presentation at the 32nd International Congress on Assessment Center Methods. Las Vegas, NV.

 

Krause, D.E., & Thornton, G.C.III. (2004, October). Cultural values and assessment center practices in the Americas, Europe, and Asian Countries. Presentation at the 32nd International Congress on Assessment Center Methods, Las Vegas, NV.

 

Thornton, G.C. III. (2004, October). Assessment centers DO have validity to measure intended  constructs: Varieties of validity evidence. Presentation at the 32nd International Congress on Assessment Center Methods, Las Vegas, NV.

 

Thornton, G.C. III, & Johnson, R.M. (2004, October). Student assessment centers. Presentation at the 32nd International Congress on Assessment Center Methods, Las Vegas, NV.

 

Rupp, D.E., Thornton, G.C.III, & Gibbons, A.M. (2004, October). Measuring change in a developmental assessment center: Evidence for construct validity. Presentation at the 32nd International Congress on Assessment Center Methods, Las Vegas, NV.

 

Thornton, G.C.III. (2004, October). Professional guidelines for assessment: A tool for transparency in human resource management.  Invited address to the Launch of the Indonesian Guidelines for Assessment Centers. Jakarta, Indonesia.

 

Thornton, G.C.III. (2004, October). Achievement motivation at work. Invited address to the Department of  Social Psychology, Singapore National University, Singapore.

 

Thornton, G.C.III (2004, November). Assessment centers DO have validity to measure intended  constructs: Varieties of validity evidence. Presentation at the 40th Annual Meeting of the Korean Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Seoul, Korea.

 

Thornton, G.C.III. (2004, November). Design and validation of assessment centers. Workshop conducted for Human Resource Managers. Sponsored by the Korean Personnel Testing Institute, Seoul, Korea.

 

Thornton, G.C.III. (2005, February). Design and validation of assessment centers. Workshop conducted for Human Resource Managers. Sponsored by MBA Empresarial, Sao Paulo, Brazil.

 

Bitzer, E.G., Snyder, L.A., & Thornton,G.C. III. (April, 2005). Discrimination claim filing: The roles of procedural injustice and supervisory/administration support for diversity. In L.A. Snyder (Chair), Predicting diversity-related outcomes: Examining the roles of justice. Symposium conducted at the 20th Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Los Angeles, CA.

 

Krause, D.E. & Thornton, G.C.III. (2005, April). Criterion validity of cognitive ability tests and assessment centers. Poster presented at the 20th Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Los Angeles, CA.

 

Snyder, L.A. & Thornton, G.C.III. (2005, April). The mediating effect of reactions to multi-source feedback. Poster presented at the 20th Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Los Angeles, CA.

 

Thornton, G.C.III. (2005, April). Industrial and organizational psychologists as expert witnesses: Impacting employment discrimination litigation post Daubert. In F.J. Landy (Chair), The views of lawyers and judges on I/O expert testimony. Symposium conducted at the 20th Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Los Angeles, CA.

 

Thornton, G.C.III. (2005, April). The application of assessment center principles to the evaluation of portfolios and employment experiences. In R. Mueller-Hanson & D.W. Dorsey (Chairs), The portfolio: An innovative approach to assessment, development, and evaluation. Forum conducted at the 20th Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Los Angeles, CA.

 

Thornton, G.C.III. (2005, April). Discussant for D.E. Rupp (Chair), Developmental assessment centers: Special considerations for researchers and practitioners. Symposium conducted at the 20th Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Los Angeles, CA.

 

Thornton, G.C. III. (2005, April). Assessment center practices in the Americas, Europe, and Asia: Case studies and evidence of validity. Invited address to the China Executive Leadership Academy Pudong, Shanghai, China. Sponsored by Shanghai Institute of International Finance.

 

Thornton, G.C. III. (2005, April). Assessment centers for prediction, diagnosis, and development: Variations in practice and validity evidence.  Invited address to the Smart Fortune Human Resource Management Association, Shanghai, China. Sponsored by Talent Shanghai.

 

Thornton, G.C. III. (2005, August). Accountability in assessment centers. Invited Keynote Address to the Inaugural Indonesian Assessment Center Conference, Bandung, Indonesia.

 

Thornton, G.C.III. & Johnson, R. (2006, May). Employment discrimination litigation involving assessment center practices. Presentation in M.M. Harris, Recent Developments in Employment Discrimination Law and I-O Psychology at the 21st  Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Dallas, TX.

 

Cigularov, K, & Thornton, G.C.III. (2006, May) An integration of two complex concepts of achievement motivation. Poster presented at the 21st  Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Dallas, TX.

 

Eurich, T.L., Krause, D.E., Cigularov, K., & Thornton, G.C.III. (2006). Assessment centers: Current practices in the United States. Poster presented at the 21st  Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Dallas, TX.

 

Krause, D.E., & Thornton, G.C.III (2006, September). Survey of assessment centre practices around the world. Paper presented at the 33rd International Congress on Assessment Centre Methods, London, England.

 

Thornton, G.C.III, & Potemra, M. J. (2006, September). Utility of an assessment center for promotion of police sergeants. . Paper presented at the 33rd International Congress on Assessment Centre Methods, London, England.

 

Cleveland, J.N., Snyder, L.A., Thornton, G.C.III. (2006, November) Older worker perceptions of workplace discrimination, support, and effort: Variation by gender and occupation. Paper presented at European Association for Occupational Health Psychology, Dublin, Ireland.

 

Thornton, G.C.III, & Rupp, D.E. (2007, March). Development and Practical Implications of Development Assessment Centres.  Workshop presented at the 27th  Annual Conference of the Assessment Centre Study Group, Stellenbosch, South Africa.

 

Thornton, G.C.III., & Krause, D. (2007, March). International survey of assessment centre practices around the world. Invited keynote speech presented at the 27th  Annual Conference of the Assessment Centre Study Group, Stellenbosch, South Africa.

 

Thornton, G.C.III, & Krause, D. (2007, March). Comparison of assessment centres for prediction vs development. Invited keynote speech presented at the 27th  Annual Conference of the Assessment Centre Study Group, Stellenbosch, South Africa.

 

Eurich, T.L., Thornton, G.C., Johnson, R.M. (2007, April). I/O psychologists as expert witnesses in employment discrimination litigation: Descriptions and prescriptions. Presented at the 22nd  Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, New York, NY.

 

Blackwell, L.V., Snyder, L.A., Cleveland, J.N., & Thornton, G.C.III. (2007, May). Ethnic identity, other-group orientation, and race effects on subtle discrimination. Poster presented at the 22nd  Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, New York, NY.

 

Woo, S.E., Gibbons, A.M., Kim, M., & Thornton, G.C. III. (2007, May). Measuring achievement motivation of United States and Korean Employees with the Achievement Motivation Inventory. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Society, Washington, DC.

 

Lanik, M., Thornton, G. C. III, & Hoskovcova, S. (2007). A flat world? Comparative study of achievement motivation in the Czech Republic and the United States. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the European Congress of Psychology, Prague, Czech Republic.

 

Snyder, L.A., Cleveland, J.N., Thornton, G.C.III, & Carmichael, J.S. (2008, April). Experiences of disabled workers: Discrimination, justice, and satisfaction. Presentation at the 23nd  Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, San Francisco, CA.

 

Potemra, M. J., Walter, M., Thornton, G.C.III, Rupp, D., & Holub, S. (2008, April). University students development: An investigation of students’ improvability beliefs. Poster presented at the 23nd  Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, San Francisco, CA.

 

Krause, D., & Thornton, G.C.III. (2008, July). State of the art of assessment centres: Survey results from Austria, Canada, France, Germany, Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland, and U.S.A. Paper presented at the XXIX International Congress of Psychology, Berlin, Germany.

 

Thornton, G.C. III. (2009, April). Panelist, Measuring complex dimensions with executive assessment centers: Challenges and limitations. Panel Discussion at the 24th Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, New Orleans, LA.

 

Thornton, G.C.III (2009, April). Panelist, Best Practice versus legal defensibility: How much validity is enough? Panel Discussion at the 24th Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, New Orleans, LA.

 

Thornton, G.C.III (2010, October). Fifty years on: The ongoing reciprocal impact of science and practice on the assessment centre method. Keynote address to the International Congress on Assessment Center Methods,  October 21, 2010. Singapore.

 

Thornton, G.C.III. (2011, April), Assessment center experiences in 18 countries on 5 continents:  A growing global success. Presentation in symposium, The Amazing Race: Implementing Assessment Centers Cross Culturally, as the meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Chicago, ILL, April 16, 2011.

 

Gibbons, A., Vanhove, A.J., Thornton, G.C. III. (May 13-14, 2011). Potential biases in assessment center ratings: Examination of main effects and interactions of rater and ratee. Plenary session at “Organizational Psychology: People and Risks,” Proceedings of the 2nd Russian-American Scientific Conference, Saratov State University, Saratov, Russia.

 

Thornton, G.C. III. (May 13-14, 2011). Interface of theory, research, and practice on the assessment center method. Lecture at “Organizational Psychology: People and Risks,” Proceedings of the 2nd Russian-American Scientific Conference, Saratov State University, Saratov, Russia.

 

Thornton, G.C. III. (May 13-14, 2011). Different assessment center designs for different purposes: Selection/promotion, diagnosis, and development. Workshop at “Organizational Psychology: People and Risks,” Proceedings of the 2nd Russian-American Scientific Conference, Saratov State University, Saratov, Russia.

 

Thornton, G.C. III. (October 12, 2011). Employment litigation and assessment centers: Non-issues, issues, and potential issues around the world. Presentation to the International Congress on Assessment Center Methods,  St. Petersburg, Florida.

 

Simonenka, S., Thornton, G.C.III, Gibbons, A., & Kravtsova, A. (April 27, 2012). Correlates of assessment center consensus dimension ratings: Evidence from Russia. In symposium,  Inside assessment centers: New insights about assessors, dimensions, and exercises. Paper presented at the 27th  Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, San Diego, CA.

 

Thornton, G.C.III. (March 2013). Talent Management and Alternative Assessment Centre Models. Plenary session, 37th International Congress on Assessment Center Methods and 33rd Annual Assessment Center Study Group Conference at Spier in Stellenbosch, South Africa.

 

Thornton, G.C. III. (March 2013). Theory and research to inform practice: Designing assessment centers to meet diverse talent management objectives. University of Johannesburg, South Africa.

 

Gibbons, A. Hughes, D., Riley, P., Thornton, G.C.III, & Sanchez, D. (August, 2013). Is the future now? Assessment center technology use and benefits. Academy of Management.

 

Thornton, G.C.III. (October 2014).  Workshop on Assessment / Development Center Design, Seoul, Korea.

 

Thornton, G.C. III. (May 2015). There’s No One Best Way to Design Assessment and Development Centers, Standards and Future Trends in Competency  Assessment and Development Centers, Istanbul, Turkey.

 

Thornton, G.C. III. (June 1, 2016). Assessment of Leaders of Leaders. Talent Management Workshop, People Management Association of Turkey, Thornton, G.C. III. (May 2015). There’s No One Best Way to Design Assessment and Development Centers, Standards and Future Trends in Competency Assessment and Development Centers, Istanbul, Turkey.

 

Porter, C. & Thornton, G.C. III (October 25, 2016). Do organizational contexts relate to the choice of assessment centre exercises? Presentation at the 40th International Congress on Assessment Center Methods, Bali, Indonesia.

 

Thornton, G.C. III. (October 26, 2016). Introduction to Special Session: Assessment of Leaders of Leaders. Presentation at the 40th International Congress on Assessment Center Methods, Bali, Indonesia.

 

Thornton, G.C. III. (October 26, 2016). Introduction to Special Session: Assessment of Leaders of Leaders. Presentation at the 40th International Congress on Assessment Center Methods, Bali, Indonesia.

 

Thornton, G.C. III. (May 18, 2017). Workshop: Cultural Differences in the Design and Implementation of an Assessment Center,  Jogyakarta Indonesia.

 

Thornton, G.C. III. (May 22, 2017). Workshop: Developmental Assessment Centers for

Developing Human Resources, Surabaya, Indonesia.



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