By Adam W. Meade, Gabriel Pappalardo
North Carolina State University
Phillip W. Braddy, John W. Fleenor
Center for Creative Leadership
This paper describes a new type of measurement method termed rapid response measurement (RRM) in which stimuli are presented on a computer screen one at a time in rapid succession and respondents are asked to quickly provide a dichotomous response. Two personality assessments using RRM were developed and both RRM assessments showed adequate reliability, even at short test lengths, with acceptable levels of convergent and discriminant validity with traditional survey-based measures.
Meade, A. W., Pappalardo, G., Braddy, P. W., & Fleenor, J. W. (2020). Rapid response measurement: Development of a faking-resistant assessment method for personality. Organizational Research Methods, 23(1), 181-207. https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/1094428118795295