Henk van der Flier

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faculteit der gedrags- en bewegingswetenschappen ( sectie sociale & organisatiepsychologie )

Professional interests

His research interests are in the fields of Working Conditions, Safety, Personnel Selection, Psychometrics and Cross-Cultural Psychology. Among his publications in international journals are those on Educational Selection in developing countries (Kenya and Tanzania), Person Fit (Aberrance Scores), Item Bias (Iterative Logit Method) and Safety errors (Railway Signals Passed at Danger).Currently he is involved in studies concerning the use of selection tests for immigrant groups in the Netherlands (ability tests, personality tests and computerized psychomotor tests), selection of students for a Pre-entry Science Program in South Africa, evaluation and improvement of Assessment Center Methods and several projects in the fields of Recruitment, Work Socialization, Organizational Culture, Working Conditions and Occupational Health.

Highlighted publications

Hooft, E.A.J. van, Born, M.Ph., Taris, T.W., Flier, H. van der, & Blonk, R.W.B. (2004)
Predictors of job search behavior among employed and unemployed people. Personnel Psychology, 57, 25-59.

Nijenhuis, J. te & Flier, H. van der (1997)
Comparability of GATB scores for immigrants and majority group members: Some Dutch findings. Journal of Applied Psychology, 82, 675-687.

Flier, H. van der & Schoonman, W. (1988)
Railway signals passed at danger. Applied Ergonomics, 19, 135-141.

Born, M.Ph., Bleichrodt, N., & Flier, H. van der (1987)
Cross-cultural comparison of sex-related differences on intelligence tests: A meta-analysis. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 18, 283-314.

Flier, H. van der, Mellenbergh, G.J., Ader, H.J, & Wijn, M. (1984)
The iterative item bias selection method. Journal of Educational Measurement, 21, 131-145.

Flier, H. van der (1982)
Deviant response patterns and comparability of testscores. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 13, 267-298.




Work and Organizational Psychology: Job Analysis, Personnel Selection, Training, Work Motivation, Safety, Occupational Health, Quality of Working Life. Psychometrics and Intelligence.