To meet the challenges facing the Army, the Army needs predictor measures that will enhance entry-level Soldier selection and classification. One of the purposes of the Army Research Institute for Behavioral and Social Sciences (ARI's) Army Class project is to provide the Army with recommendations on which predictor measures, in particular measures of non-cognitive attributes (e.g., interests, values, and temperament), demonstrate the greatest potential to inform entry-level Soldier selection and classification decisions. The present report documents the development of criterion measures to assist in these analyses. A second purpose of the Army Class project is to develop and pilot job knowledge tests (JKTs) that can be used to aid reclassification decisions. If Soldiers are shown to possess critical knowledge, skills, and attributes (KSAs) for their new jobs, this could reduce training requirements and increase force readiness. This report documents the development of reclassification JKT test items.Military police skill level 1 Soldier manual (STP 19- 95B1-SM MOS95B). Washington, DC: ... Military police skill levels 2/3/4 Soldier a#39;s manual and trainera#39;s guide (STP 19-95B24-SM-TG MOS95B). ... Pathfinder operations (FM 3-21.38). 35.
|Title||:||Validating future force performance measures (army class)|
|Author||:||Karen O. Moriarty, U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences|