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A model for the development of content valid selection examinations for leisure service professionals



A model for the development of content valid selection examinations for leisure service professionals



A model for the development of content valid selection examinations for leisure service professionals: 3



The paper was presented at the National Recreation and Parks Association Congress, Symposium on Leisure Research, Louisville, Kentucky, USA, 1982. It is based on a 77 page report. The basic purpose of this study was to develop a model procedure for constructing content valid personnel examinations for use by public park and recreation agencies.

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