Fritz Drasgow


Research Description

Development, application, and evaluation of quantitative methods in industrial/organizational psychology. Use of multimedia computer technology such as interactive video to assess social and interpersonal skills.


Ph.D. from the University of Illinois

Additional Campus Affiliations

Dean, School of Labor and Employment Relations
Professor, School of Labor and Employment Relations

Recent Publications

Cao, M., & Drasgow, F. (2019). Does Forcing Reduce Faking? A Meta-Analytic Review of Forced-Choice Personality Measures in High-Stakes Situations. Journal of Applied Psychology.

Lim, Y. S., & Drasgow, F. (2019). Assessing the Dimensionality of the Latent Attribute Space in Cognitive Diagnosis Through Testing for Conditional Independence. In M. Wiberg, S. Culpepper, R. Janssen, D. Molenaar, & J. González (Eds.), Quantitative Psychology - 83rd Annual Meeting of the Psychometric Society, 2018 (pp. 183-194). (Springer Proceedings in Mathematics and Statistics; Vol. 265). Springer New York LLC.

Lim, Y. S., & Drasgow, F. (2019). Conditional Independence and Dimensionality of Cognitive Diagnostic Models: a Test for Model Fit. Journal of Classification, 36(2), 295-305.

Nye, C. D., Bradburn, J., Olenick, J., Bialko, C., & Drasgow, F. (2019). How Big Are My Effects? Examining the Magnitude of Effect Sizes in Studies of Measurement Equivalence. Organizational Research Methods, 22(3), 678-709.

Zhang, B., Cao, M., Tay, L., Luo, J., & Drasgow, F. (2019). Examining the item response process to personality measures in high-stakes situations: Issues of measurement validity and predictive validity. Personnel Psychology.

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