Hogan’s researchers and consultants are looking forward to attending and presenting some of Hogan’s many advances in personality research at SIOP 2021.
Could the COVID-19 pandemic be changing personality assessment scores? If you’ve wondered this, you’re not alone. Our researchers were curious too. Here’s what they learned.
Learn more about Advanced People Strategies (APS), an authorized distributor of Hogan’s personality assessment solutions in the United Kingdom.
The MBTI personality test, short for Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, is known around the world. But popularity doesn’t mean a test is effective, and not all tests are alike. Learn why.
Using personality tests in interviews safeguards against hiring pitfalls and helps identify candidates who are likely to succeed in the role.
Using poorly designed personality tests can have dangerous results.
Patience has been described as both a virtue and a vice, so how can we tell which it is in a given circumstance? The academic literature doesn’t provide an answer, but personality psychology might.
Learn more about Assessment Systems, an authorized distributor of Hogan’s personality assessment solutions in the Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) and Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) regions.
If you’re interested in learning about personality tests such as the Hogan Personality Inventory, or HPI, it’s helpful to learn about the Big Five personality characteristics and their role in personality research.
Almost everyone acknowledges the importance of personality in distinguishing people from one another and making judgments about others. For example, when selecting a romantic partner, our research shows that 79% of men and 84% of women cite personality as their primary consideration. But what is personality, exactly? On a basic level, we can say it is a person’s disposition or core wiring and the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that stem from it.
Most of us believe that we are intimately aware of our own personalities, but this belief is only partially true. Indeed, we areexperts on our personalities from an inside view, which can be defined as identity. Our identities are formed by the stories we tell ourselves about ourselves, and as with any good story, we tend to bend the truth. In the case of identity, the story is often overoptimistic.Read More »