This study investigated the relationship between overt and covert integrity tests. Undergraduate college students completed both an overt and covert integrity test, a personality test, a survey about counter productive behavior, and a survey about attitudes toward tests. Both the overt hogan outlet
and covert integrity tests were predictive of self reports of theft admissions and counterproductive behaviors. While different personality constructs were related to each integrity test, hierarchical regression indicated the personality subtests predicted additional variance for both the overt and covert integrity tests. Differential effects for hogan rebel
integrity test type on test taking attitudes were also found.