Fine, S., & Horowitz, I. (2010). Managing big egos. Security Management, 4, 121-122.
Meng, H., Fine, S., & Feldman, G., et al. (2009). The effect of emotional stability and verbal reasoning ability on successful entrepreneurial performance. [in Chinese]. Psychological Research, 2(2), 51-55.
Nye, C., Do, B.-R., Drasgow, F., & Fine, S. (2008). Two-step testing in employee selection: Is score inflation a problem? International Journal of Selection and Assessment, 16(2), 112-120.
Unproctored Internet testing in employee selection has become increasingly popular over the past few years. However, there is a concern that cheating during unproctored administrations may influence the test results in terms of score inflation. The current research attempts to determine the extent of cheating on an unproctored Internet test of perceptual speed by analyzing data from a parallel version of the test administered in a proctored setting. Among a sample of 856 job applicants from nine European countries, there was no evidence that cheating occurred. In fact, evidence of an effect operating in the opposite direction was obtained. These results indicate that the use of unproctored Internet testing is appropriate for this type of test. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2016 APA, all rights reserved)
Fine, S. (2008). The usefulness of integrity testing in personnel selection. [in Hebrew]. Human Resources Magazine, 243, 32-37. Reprinted as: Fine, S. (2012). Measuring employee integrity. [in Spanish]. Ergo: Journal of the Human Resources Association of Argentina (ADRHA), 48-55.