Adam Meade, PhD
Dr. Meade's research interests center around measurement issues such as basic scale development and ways to statistically model different measurement instruments. He is particularly interested in the role the Internet plays in the workplace and whether survey data collected via online questionnaires is equivalent in quality to data collected through the traditional paper and pencil method.
- Associate Professor, North Carolina State University
- PhD, University of Georgia, Psychometrics, Industrial/Organizational Psychology
- Byrum, B., Hoffman, B. J., Meade, A. W., and Gentry, W. (In press). Reconsidering the equivalence of multisource performance ratings; evidence for the importance and meaning of rater method factors. Journal of Business and Psychology.
- Scherbaum, C., & Meade, A. W. (In press). New directions for measurement in management research. International Journal of Management Reviews.
- Meade, A. W., & Craig, S. B. (2012). Identifying careless responses in survey data. Psychological Methods, 17, 437-455.
- Meade, A. W., & Wright, N. A. (2012). Solving the measurement invariance anchor item problem in item response theory. Journal of Applied Psychology, 97, 1016-1031.
- Hoffman, B. J., & Meade, A. W. (2012). Alternate approaches to understanding the psychometric properties of assessment centers: An analysis of the structure and equivalence of exercise ratings. International Journal of Selection and Assessment, 20, 82-97.