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Chet Robie, OB/HRM Personality testing has become a critical component of personnel selection. However, prospective employees often try to “fake” their answers to personality tests. Chet Robie examines the implications of faking and how to prevent it. This can help organizations ensure that they are hiring the right people for the job. Robie's research has been supported by grants from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada and published in top-tier journals such as the Journal of Applied Psychology and Personnel Psychology.

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