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Assessments help grow your bottom line

If someone were to tell you that they had solutions to many of your professional needs, you would probably be skeptical. The ability to cut recruitment costs by hiring the right person the first time around? The ability to coach people to reach their full potential, increase your website's traffic, or conduct market and psychological research?

It's all possible, and ARCH Profile can help you make it happen with a large selection of renowned professionally developed psychological assessments, user-friendly interface, knowledgeable staff, and stellar customer service.

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ARCH Profile solutions

ARCH Profile tests are used by companies, clinicians and researchers around the world for a variety of purposes. The use of artificial intelligence methods to encode expert knowledge into the automated scoring system enables us to offer you unprecedented insight about your test-takers.

Powerful add-on features

Get the most out of ARCH Profile by adding optional functionality to your account! These additional modules take the insight gleaned from the tests to the next level. Pick the ones you need, or get them all for one low price. Contact us for a complimentary trial.
 

Some people are born to lead, some have the role thrust upon them. Most learn to become great leaders by developing the skills, knowledge, and experience that allows them to nurture, guide, and bring out the best in others. There is always room to grow, and the Leadership Tips provide guidelines, ideas and insights to improve leadership performance.

The Ultimate Leaders: PsychTests Releases Study on Leadership Qualities That Differentiate the Best from the Rest

It's important for companies to recognize that management and leadership are distinct, and that in order to bring out the best in employees, a person must have the business know-how of a manager but the finesse of a leader. Good leaders are in a class of their own with a very distinct personality profile. View more ...

COSA (Coping Skills Assessment)

Coping strategies are typically categorized into two categories: Adaptive and Maladaptive. In 1966 (and then in 1984, with the help of Susan Folkman) Richard Lazarus further expanded on the concept of "adaptive" and "maladaptive" by breaking down the latter into two categories: Emotion-focused and Problem-focused. Lazarus believed that it's not the stressor that matters as much as the resources you use to deal with it. View more ...

The Consequences of Stress: A mental and physical toxin

Chronic stress is bad for your health. Some stress-related ailments are rather obvious, like stomach ulcers, headaches, or sleep problems. The sobering truth, however, is that stress doesn't just cause ailments, it can also worsen existing health issues. From head to toe, inside and out, stress can lead to or aggravate a plethora of health problems, like the following: View more ...

 

The ARCH Profile Insights is a collection of blogs with juicy details from our research. They dig deep and explore different angles of the human mind and human behavior. Empirically based, drawing on data from our extensive studies, these blogs are guaranteed to entertain, inspire, and provide food for thought as well as actionable tips on a wide variety of topics.

Forging Through The Lockdown - Part 14: Jedi Mindfulness

That organ you have sloshing around in your skull can be a powerful ally or your worst enemy, depending on how you focus it. You can either use your mind to ruminate on negativity, worst-case scenarios, what-ifs, and one fear after another, or you can use it to calm you, guide you, and strengthen you. View more ...

Forging Through The Lockdown - Part 13: More insights into how people are dealing with the pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought out the best, and in a few cases, the worst, in people. There are helpers and there are hoarders. In spite of the fallout of the pandemic, there are at least a few silver linings. View more ...

Forging Through The Lockdown - Part 12: Insights into how people are dealing with the pandemic

COVID-19 isn't just physical health issue. It has been a test of resilience, tenacity, and patience, as people try to protect themselves against an enemy they can neither see nor hear. This new, unprecedented reality of isolation and social distancing, of governments and medical officials learning on the fly, has left people wondering what tomorrow will bring. View more ...

 

Our bi-weekly press releases report the latest research findings from our studies, using psychological assessments. You will get solid, science-based data, interesting insights, fascinating patterns of human behavior, enlightening infographics and an opportunity to interview our researchers.

COVID-19 Perspectives Then and Now - New study looks at how attitudes and feelings about the pandemic have changed

A recent study from the researchers at PsychTests.com reveals that for the most part, negative feelings surrounding the pandemic have actually worsened since 2020. View more ...

How honest is the average person? - New study explores people's views of morality and likelihood of feeling remorse for wrongdoing

If you accidentally dented someone's car late at night, would you leave a note? Would you feel bad for stealing a promotion-worthy idea? Researchers at PsychTests put people on the moral hotseat. View more ...

Obedience can come at a personal cost - New study digs into the personality of people who unquestionably follow orders

A recent study from PsychTests.com reveals that people who reluctantly but willingly do what they are told are more likely to struggle with confidence issues, to be uncomfortable expressing their feelings, and to crave approval. View more ...