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Personality and the ADA: Ameliorating fairness concerns and maintaining utility

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  01 August 2019

Manuel F. Gonzalez*
Affiliation:
Baruch College & The Graduate Center, CUNY Aon Assessment Solutions
John F. Capman*
Affiliation:
Aon Assessment Solutions
Nicholas R. Martin
Affiliation:
Aon Assessment Solutions
Tara McClure Johnson
Affiliation:
Aon Assessment Solutions
Evan R. Theys
Affiliation:
Aon Assessment Solutions
Anthony S. Boyce
Affiliation:
Aon Assessment Solutions
*
*Corresponding authors. Emails: manuel.gonzalez@baruch.cuny.edu; john.capman@aon.com
*Corresponding authors. Emails: manuel.gonzalez@baruch.cuny.edu; john.capman@aon.com

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