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Adverse Impact Is Unlikely to Be Eliminated as Long as Cognitively Loaded Constructs Are Assessed

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  07 January 2015

In-Sue Oh*
Affiliation:
Temple University
*
E-mail: insue.oh@temple.edu, Address: Department of Human Resource Management, Fox School of Business, Temple University, 1801 Liacouras Walk, Philadelphia, PA 19122-6083

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