Overview Psychometric Tests and Assessment Tools

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  • The DCS is a learning and memory test for detecting memory deficits resulting from acquired brain damage. Based originally on the work of the psychiatrist F. Hillers, the test has been successfully used now for more than 20 years in the German-speaking countries. In the 3rd edition, which is available in English, a parallel form has been developed which allows the course of cerebral disease to be…

  • The Achievement Motivation Inventory (AMI) is a personality inventory designed to measure a broad construct of work related achievement motivation. It is founded on the theoretical work related to the German «Leistungsmotivationsinventar (LMI)» (Schuler & Prochaska, 2001) and enables users to test candidates for 17 different facets of achievement motivation. The theoretical conception of this t…

  • The BIP™ combines an assessment of both work style and motivation and was originally developed in Germany over 10 years ago following research into personality at work and with input from HR professionals. The UK standardisation was carried out in 2007 under the direction of Professor John Rust. The result is a practical, work-based questionnaire that is valuable for use at senior management…

  • The d2 Test measures processing speed, rule compliance, and quality of performance, allowing for a neuropsychological estimation of individual attention and concentration performance. Originally developed to measure driving aptitude and efficiency, the d2 Test has become the mainstay of attentional assessment in Europe. The test can be administered within 8 minutes, either individually or in a gr…

  • The Family System Test (FAST) was developed at Stanford and the University of Zurich for use with both individuals and families. It is a figural technique, derived from clinical practice, for representing emotional bonds (cohesion) and hierarchical structures in the family or similar social systems. The FAST, which can be used quantitatively or qualitatively, is based on the structural-systemic t…

  • This package of materials enables physicians, psychologists, and other very busy mental health professionals to quickly develop preliminary diagnoses of patients during an initial brief interview. The IDCL Checklists set contains the WHO Symptom Checklist, which helps the busy clinician to make a preliminary classification. Also contained are the 32 International Diagnostic Checklists (IDCL), whi…

  • The IRAOS is a semi-structured interview originally developed for the assessment of the onset and course of schizophrenia. The current, second version has been extended to encompass all psychotic disorders (affective and non-affective). It is fully compatible with the first version and has been supplemented by data from the population-based ABC Schizophrenia Study -- 232 first illness episodes of…

  • The PAS is the first ever scale for assessing the severity of panic disorder with or without agoraphobia. Compatible with both DSM-IV and ICD-10 classifications, and available in both self-related and observer-related versions, the PAS was specially developed for monitoring the efficacy of both drug and psychotherapy treatments. In addition to the English scale, translations are available in Arab…

  • The purpose of this test is to promote personal and team growth by gaining a broadened perspective on how we see ourselves and how we are perceived by work colleagues. Personality Poker can be utilized in management teams, project groups, company departments, in-house training groups and training courses. lt is ideal for testing out individual strengths, clarifying individual possibilities for gr…

  • Um 1911 begann Hermann Rorschach mit der Entwicklung seines auf der Deutung von symmetrischen Klecks-Gebilden beruhenden projektiven Verfahrens. Er bezeichnete das Verfahren als wahrnehmungsdiagnostisches Experiment: Vorhandene Erinnerungsbilder werden vom Probanden an rezente Empfindungskomplexe geknüpft, ausgelöst durch die Vorlage des unstrukturierten Bildmaterials. Aus seinen Forschungserge…

  • The FTT is a projective test that is based on 21 drawn cards of well-known fairy tale characters, for example, Little Red Riding Hood, Snow White, giant, witch, etc. In contrast to other thematic tests, the child is not required to tell a story or complete a story, but to answer directed questions about the characters and situations in the fairy tales. The child can then choose between three vari…