Interested in using cut-e Online Assessment instruments in your research?

Are you thinking of doing a Bachelor, Master or PhD thesis using psychometric tools? We at cut-e have a wide range of innovative online psychometrics and are interested in many aspects of ongoing research. We support student-driven research and work together with a range of universities - we do not charge for the use of our psychometric tools in your research - but like to know what you use it for. Use our form below to get in touch! 

Examples of student-driven research

Students from Universities all over the world use cut-e to research psychometric related topics.

Here are some examples: 

  • Emotional Intelligence - derailment factors for managers - Aim is to predict the facets of EI from shapes, Bachelor thesis at the EBC University of Applied Sciences Hamburg, Germany
  • Construct validity study using scales numerical (consumer) with scales lst-screening, Master thesis at the Fresenius University of Applied Science, Germany
  • Construct validity study using shapes (basic) with NEO-FFI, Bachelor thesis at the Fresenius University of Applied Science, Germany
  • Construct validity study using shapes (graduate) with NEO-FFI, Bachelor thesis at the Fresenius University of Applied Science, Germany
  • Comparison to confirm test performance between scales verbal (consumer) compact with the standard version of scales verbal (consumer). Bachelor thesis at the Fresenius University of Applied Science, Germany
  • Media multi-tasking as a new approach to predicting mind wandering and online learning performance using a multi-tasking test, a concentration test and a logical reasoning test (scales mt, e3+, lst). Bachelor thesis at the National University of Singapore
  • Study to identify to what extent media multi-tasking influences test performance - a follow up study using a multi-tasking test, a concentration test and a logical reasoning test (scales mt, e3+, lst). Master thesis at Birkbeck University in London, UK
  • Comparison of test performance between scales lst mobile version and scales lst tablet version. Master thesis at Stockholm University and Bachelor thesis at Luleå University of Technology, Sweden 
  • Does context make tests more socially acceptable? scales verbal (consumer compact) in a business context and the same test in a fantasy / science fiction context where completed and feedback about social acceptance collected. Bachelor thesis at the University of Giessen in Germany. Results published here.

Student project: What elements of a test can be gamified? 

The University of Applied Sciences Westküste in Germany is undertaking an exciting student project in their business psychology faculty. Supervised by Prof Dr Tim Warszta, they are researching which elements of psychometric testing are suitable to be gamified. This could include a cover story, high scores or different levels to track progress. The result will be a concept of how to gamify an existing test. This will, in turn, inform the development of a beta product. 

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