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Table 1 Descriptive statistics, reliability, and intercorrelations of situational judgment tests, science test, personality, and behavior

From: Assessing distinguishable social skills in medical admission: does construct-driven development solve validity issues of situational judgment tests?

  M (SD) α 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
1. SJT Agency 2.03 (0.24) .63       
2. SJT Communion 2.62 (0.20) .70 −.17      
3. HAM-SJT 3.53 (0.14) .67 .08 .23     
4. HAM-Nat Science Subtest 0.16 (1.10) .90 .10 .03 .01    
5. Agentic Personality 0.00 (0.82) .84 .10 −.01 .04 .03   
6. Communal Personality 0.00 (0.81) .82 −.14 .15 .02 −.15 .05  
7. Agentic Behavior 2.71 (0.52) .60 .10 −.07 .04 .01 .55 .08
8. Communal Behavior 3.55 (0.48) .75 −.10 .12 −.01 −.11 .10 .56 .21
  1. Bold coefficients are significant with p < .05. Reliabilities for HAM-SJT and HAM-Nat science subtest are the mean reliabilities across different test versions. SJT = Situational Judgment Test. N = 1527 for SJTs and science subtest and N = 575 for personality and behavior