Welcome to the World of Traffic Psychology - Slovakia
Have you ever wondered where traffic psychology assessment even exists, and how it is done elsewhere? In our blog series Welcome to the World of Traffic Psychology, we want to look at other countries to understand their way of conducting traffic psychological assessments. Today, a guest author tells us about her work in Slovakia.
Am I perhaps too big for my job?
Or, to put it another way: Is it really not possible to compare apples with oranges?
In this article we would like to look at the usefulness and necessity of test standards, because only those who draw fair comparisons will also receive meaningful assessments.
Welcome to the World of Traffic Psychology - Dominican Republic
In this blog post, our guest author Rafael Andres Perez Sanchez takes you on a journey through the world of traffic psychology. Have you ever wondered where traffic psychology assessment even exists, and how it is done elsewhere? Take off with us today to the Dominican Republic.
In the footsteps of a neuropsychological test classic – The Trail Making Test
There are few tests that are as widely used as the Trail Making Test (TMT). The test is one of the most often used neuropsychological tests in the world. But what makes the TMT so popular? What does it actually measure? How did it come about and what has become of it?
What it's like to be a software engineer at SCHUHFRIED
We have a lot of passion for psychology! To be able to provide state-of-the art tests that meet our clients’ ever-changing needs, requires not only top-notch psychological experts, but also highly skilled programmers for the technical implementation on various platforms to get our tests on the screen.
Welcome to the World of Traffic Psychology - Finland
In this blog post, we take you on a journey through the world of traffic psychology. Have you ever wondered where traffic psychology assessment even exists, and how it is done elsewhere? Take off with us today to Finland.
It all started with the D-Unit
Do you know those stories about great companies that were founded in garages? Microsoft and Apple are famous examples - but SCHUHFRIED also has a similar story to tell.
On the long-term psychological consequences of COVID-19
While the number of new corona infections seem to have less and less relevance in the public discussion, another aspect of the pandemic is increasingly coming to the fore: long-COVID. But what exactly is meant by this? How is the diagnosis and treatment of mental and cognitive complaints in the context of long-COVID carried out?
Welcome to the World of Traffic Psychology
Are you familiar with alcohol, drugs, and traffic violations? Purely professionally, of course. Are the abbreviations DT, RT, ATAVT, COG et cetera as familiar to you as your own name? Then perhaps the following blog articles will bring a breath of fresh air into your daily work routine.
Why are they called Big 5 and not Fabulous 4?
The Big Five model of personality has long been known to almost everyone and is used successfully in many areas. But have you ever wondered how we arrived at five factors? The answer took, like everything else in science, a few tries.
A Day with a Test Developer
How are the tests of the Vienna Test System actually developed? In this interview, we take a look behind the scenes of a day as a test developer at SCHUHFRIED.
Are we getting smarter?
Have you ever heard of the Flynn effect? We asked the experts Jakob Pietschnig and Marco Vetter what the Flynn Effect is all about and why it is also relevant for psychological assessment in practice.
10 Practice tips for convenient testing
Our 10 practical tips for a comfortable test situation will ensure that you get the most out of your testing, without any unnecessary stress for you or your test person.
9 Practice tips for the quality assessment of psychological tests
Assessing the quality of a test can seem quite difficult and time-consuming at first. Our SCHUHFRIED quick tips will show you how you can nevertheless save time and ensure that you use a good test.
Tell me who you are and I'll tell you how you drive
Research shows that personality is an important factor in road safety. This makes a systematic and detailed assessment of personality dimensions all the more important, and this is where psychology comes in.
Which neuropsychological tests would you take with you to an island?
You and international colleagues will be taken to a remote island and told to take the most useful neuropsychological tests. Which tests do you think will be chosen?