We are delighted to announce our new BPS-verified Test User training courses!

This fast-paced course will qualify you in TUOA and TUOP (previously Level A and B). It provides you with the knowledge and practical skills necessary to conduct...

 

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By Bob Wheeler, co-author of the Leadership Judgement Indicator Suite. Reprinted with permission from www.formula4leadership.com.

 

A couple of weeks ago I was at a wedding party and ran into Bob, an ex-colleague who I'd not seen for many years. He...

 

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NEO Personality Inventory (UK) aficionados came together 26th October to discuss some of the latest research, use cases, assessment feedback techniques and tools and more -- culminating in a networking event that had everyone leaving high on...

 

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Hogrefe was pleased to join the Association of Research in Infant and Child Development (ARICD) in celebrating the 'birth' of the Griffiths Scales of Child Development (3rd Edition) last month in London. Griffiths III, the eagerly-awaited new edition...

 

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We're pleased to announce that we have just added two new tests to our education range: The Feifer Assessment of Mathematics (FAM) and the Feifer Assessment of Reading.

The FAM is a comprehensive assessnent of mathematics designed to examine the...

 

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Together in collaboration with the Association for Research in Infant and Child Development (ARICD), we are excited to announce new details for the ground-breaking Griffiths III assessment, which publishes this spring.

Griffiths III is the eagerly...

 

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Following the exciting news that Hogrefe will be offering training in the famous Rorschach test, we spoke to the course trainer, Dr Kari Carstairs, to find more about the Rorschach's rich history, its modern day applications, and why the test...

 

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By Dr Alex B Siegling

Originially published in Assessment and Development Matters (Spring 2016)

Reprinted with permission by the British Psychological Society

This article aims to offer succinct and current practical advice on efficiently 'screening'...

 

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By Roger Baker, lead author of the Emotional Processing Style (EPS)

We have described the Emotional Processing Scale as being able to measure emotional processing styles and deficits. The expression 'emotional processing style' suggests that each...

 

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By Michael Gee MAPS (Psychologist) and Karen Gee MAPS MCEDP (Educational and Developmental Psychologist)

The differences between the GMDS-ER and the new Griffiths III represent an evolution in developmental assessment based on the latest research...

 

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Expanding and improving upon the previous edition of the NEO, NEO-PI-3 UK Edition features new norms and added features.

Based on the Five-Factor Model (FFM) of personality, it measures the 'Big Five' personality domains and the six most salient...

 

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The Academic Achievement Battery (AAB) has been approved by the SpLD Assessment Standards Committee (SASC) for inclusion on their list of suitable tests for the assessment of specific learning difficulties in higher education in the UK. They also...

 

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It is a truth almost universally acknowledged that we all have some form of bias - even if that bias is invisible to us. Issues of implicit, or unconscious, bias continue to make headlines as leaders of companies like Coca-Cola, Facebook and Google...

 

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Mental health is high on the public's agenda in the UK right now. The provision of mental health services was a major topic at prime minister's questions recently and the new role of a Minister for Mental Health has also been created in the new...

 

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Duty Psychologist (Occupational focus)

Based in central Oxford, Hogrefe Ltd specialises in developing and publishing organisational recruitment and development solutions as well as clinical and educational psychometric assessments. Our clients...

 

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When thinking festival this summer, forget Glastonbury and Reading: Hogrefe's Test Fest is the festival of the season, and festival passes are still available!

Test Fest is a vehicle to help our clients gain the training they need for the tests they...

 

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Unconscious bias testing has become increasingly relevant in organisations across the UK, with teams seeking to test for bias in a number of areas including with regards to gender, race, age and sexual orientation. To step up our own efforts in this...

 

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Following the exciting news that Hogrefe will be offering training in the famous Rorschach test, we spoke to the course trainer, Dr. Kari Carstairs, to find more about the Rorschach's rich history, its modern day applications, and why the test continues to fascinate.

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The newly-published Social-Emotional Development Age Level (SEDAL) offers increased potential to better understand and support a child's positive development - crucial to the child's advancement, and possibly also a sound investment in line with a...

 

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Workplace psychometric tests allow us to assess individuals on areas such as ability, personality and motivation. All our tests, such as our newest, the DASA, have been developed using a complex technical procedure to ensure that they really do...

 

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We were pleased to attend the Employers Network for Equality and Inclusion (ENEI)'s annual conference on agile working in London 11 March 2015. The agenda was diverse and packed with interesting and motivating keynote speakers - amongst them the Rt...

 

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The latest version of Hogrefe Testsystem, HTS 5, makes it possible to set up testing, manage multiple test takers, download results and offer remote testing - all at an easy click of a button. Most importantly, its scientifically-sound testing...

 

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We recently sat down with Dr Chris Dewberry, author of our new occupational test, the Decision-making and Self-regulation Assessor (DASA). Dr Dewberry is a Senior Lecturer in organizational psychology at Birkbeck, University of London. His research...

 

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We are pleased to introduce Hogrefe Testsystem (HTS) 5, the newest and most efficient rendition of our online platform, specifically designed to meet the needs of the recruitment and development sectors. We have channelled our psychometrics knowledge...

 

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Found the assessment you need but not sure how to start using it? Hogrefe is pleased to offer training courses for many of our popular assessment tools, both occupational and clinical, as well as holistic consulting options.

Our team of qualified...

 

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Hogrefe is ready to launch a new version of our unconscious bias assessment Implicitly®. The new test platform brings down the barriers to wider workforce bias testing by automating the feedback process, with test expert safeguards to prevent...

 

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Assessing social-emotional level

The SEDAL is a behavioural assessment scale designed to establish social-emotional progress in children and adults with a developmental age ranging from 0 to 14. Test results deliver crucial information, key in...

 

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The Academic Achievement Battery (AAB) is a complete achievement assessment, offering both a comprehensive battery and a screening version for use with individuals between the ages of 4 and 85. Knowing a person's academic strengths and weaknesses can...

 

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Senior Psychologist Nikita Mikhailov blogs about the practicality and wisdom of using multiple assessment tools.

Working in the world of psychometrics sometimes makes me feel like a kid in a candy store - so many tools, measurements, colours, etc......

 

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Hogrefe has taken up residence in the brand new 'Hogrefe House,' situated directly in Oxford's city centre. With fully-equipped state-of-the-art training facilities, a sunny patio (well, sometimes - we are in England!), and loads of extra space for...

 

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HR Review recently published an article on unconscious bias in the workplace, including statistics from research company Scope:

  • Two thirds (67%) of the British public feels uncomfortable talking to disabled people.
  • Over a third (36%) of people...

 

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Hogrefe are pleased to announce that the SpLD Assessment Standards Committee (SASC) has approved the SON-R 6-40 Non-Verbal Intelligence Test for inclusion in its list of suitable tests for the assessment of learning difficulties (SpLD) in higher...

 

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Two major organisations, the BBC and the Home Office, have hit the headlines recently by announcing initiatives to address the negative impact of unconscious bias on their operations.

In an effort to ensure that BBC News and current affairs...

 

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Hogrefe Ltd are delighted to announce that we will be moving to our newly refurbished UK headquarters in the heart of Oxford in July.

The former Salvation Army building in Albion Place has now been completely remodelled and extended to accommodate...

 

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As part of the launch of the extendedLeadership Judgement suite of instruments (LJI-2, Global-LJI, Sales-LJI, LJA and Coach on the Desktop), Hogrefe and Formula 4 Leadership have designed a new programme specifically tailored for people involved in...

 

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Hogrefe announce the release of the SON-R 6-40 non-verbal intelligence test.

Using a range of abstract and deductive reasoning tasks, candidates are assessed in diverse ways to determine general intelligence levels — without need for verbal or...

 

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The 5th edition of the The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) was released in May last year. Accordingly, the publishers of the Conners 3 assessment for Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and its most common...

 

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In a recent issue of the The Pyschologist (Vol 27, No. 3), Angelica Ronald presents an interesting review of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in light of the DSM-5.

Many clinical and child...

 

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Hogrefe are pleased to have contributed a recent article to the Octopus HR Blog on managing unconscious biases. Unconscious bias is an increasingly important topic, having potential negative influences on workplace behavior. Read our post for advice...

 

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A new McKinsey Quarterly report suggests that much of the time, effort and money invested in leadership development programmes is wasted, and identifies personality and judgement as one area that needs serious consideration.

According to the report,...

 

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Hogrefe are pleased to report on the development of a new assessment for acquired brain injury (ABI) and other neuropsychological disorders, the Short Parallel Assessments of Neuropsychological Status (SPANS).

Developed by clinical psychologist Dr...

 

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Hogrefe are pleased to announce the imminent release of the newest version of the Snijders-Oomen Non-verbal intelligence test (SON-R 6-40). The SON-R 6-40 is a general intelligence test suitable for the assessment of both children and adults.

Used...

 

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