Methods for Improving Enlisted Input -- Current Research Activities
In response to continuing requirements of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Personnel (DCSPER), Department of Army, the INPUT QUALITY Task directed its research efforts to developing new approaches to screening problems and to contributions of screening activities to classification and other manpower management functions. Successive forms of general military trainability measures--Armed Forces Qualification Test (AFQT) and Enlistment Screening Test (EST)--and supplementary measures of specific aptitudes (Army Qualification Battery, AQB)--were developed and produced to aid in more effectively determining enlistment eligibility. (Author).
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8-item tests A. A. Development administered AFQT scores AFWST American Psychological Association analysis Anderson applicants for enlistment APRO aptitude areas aptitude tests AQB-l Armed Forces Qualification Army Personnel Research Army Qualification Battery Automation Bayroff Bolanovich cation Battery Chief of Staff civilian pool Command CG correlation with AFQT DCSPER Deputy Chief directly from DDC Director distribution Enlistment Screening Test Enter Evaluation examinee failing AFQT feasibility Forces Qualification Test free responses Heermann induction INPUT QUALITY Task Laboratory METHODS FOR IMPROVING mobilization base obtain copies passing or failing percentile Personnel Research Office predicting passing problems involved Qualitative Requirements reference test relation between AFQT RESEARCH ACTIVITIES Research Memorandum Rsch sampling School Cmdt Secretary of Defense Seeley Selective Service registrants short tests specific aptitudes SPONSORING MILITARY Staff for Personnel standards Technical Research Note Technical Research Report U. S. Army Personnel U.S. Army Security U.S. Coast Guard U.S. Naval Uhlaner Unclassified Security Classification