SAGE Journal Articles

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Article 1: Beckenbach, J., Schmidt, E., & Reardon, R. (2009). The interpersonal relationship resolution scale: A reliability and validity scale. The Family Journal: Counseling and Therapy for Couples and Families, 17(4), 335–341.

Description: The authors report the results of a study assessing the reliability and validity of the Interpersonal Relationship Resolution Scale (IRRS), which assesses individual perceptions of violations in a relationship that resulted in interpersonal injury and their willingness to forgive such violations. The authors report on a study used to assess various forms of reliability and validity of the scale.

Article 2: Rafilson, F., & Sison, R. (1996). Seven criterion-related validity studies conducted with the National Police Officer Selection Test (POST). Psychological Reports, 78, 163–176.

Description: The authors report on seven studies conducted to test the criterion-related validity of the National Police Officer Selection Test (POST), which is a standardized screening test used in the selection of potential police officers. The authors correlated scores from the POST to a variety of scores obtained during police officer training and work performance.