Academic Research Papers
PCL is committed to rigorous research based business psychology practice. We apply this model to our client solutions as well as to our internal processes. To this end we have worked both independently and with other experts in the field to analyse our database of assessment results to produce various research papers. Below are links to our academic papers including those written with Robert Hogan, President of Hogan Assessment Systems, and with Adrian Furnham, Professor of Psychology at University College, London.
Trickey, G. & Hogan, R. (1998) We don't have a choice - personality matters.
Selection & Development Review, 14, 6, 12-13.
Hogan, R., Hogan, J. & Trickey, G. (1999) Goodbye Mumbo-Jumbo: The transcendental beauty of a validity coefficient.
Selection & Development Review, 15, 4, 3-9.
Hyde, G. (2006) Profiling for performance at BMW.
People and Organisations at Work, Winter Edition, BPS
Hyde, G. (2006) Derailers - and how they vary in different populations.
People and Organisations at Work, Spring Edition, BPS
Trickey, G. (2007) Competency Metrics.
Selection and Development Review. 23, 1, 3-6
Hyde, G. (2009) Derailers and personality: Relationships between HDS and OPQ32i.
Assessment & Development Matters 1, 3, 8-11
Mills, S. (2009) Leadership derailment and emotional intelligence: Relationships between two measures.
Assessment & Development Matters 1, 4, 12-15
Hyde, G. & Trickey, G. (2011) Do derailers change with age?
Assessment & Development Matters 3, 3, 24-27
Furnham, A. F., Trickey, G. (2011). Sex differences in the dark side traits.
Personality and Individual Differences. 50, 517-522
Furnham, A., Trickey, G., Hyde, G. (2012) Bright aspects to dark side traits: Dark side traits associated with work success.
Personality and Individual Differences. 52 (2012) 908-913
Trickey, G. (2012) Risk Types.
OP Matters, 14, 16-20
Trickey, G. (2012) Understanding and measuring risk type.
Assessment & Development Matters, 4, 1, 2-5
Furnham, A., Hyde, G., Trickey, G. (2013) On-Line questionnaire completion time as an unobtrusive measure of personality.
Personality and Individual Differences. 54 (2013) 716-720