"Traditional tests seem increasingly out of touch… They don’t tap into what we humans are best at: visual processing."
Dr. Heather Myers
Traitify's patented assessments collect personality data using human interaction with images. We validate against the Big Five and Holland Interest models and candidates can complete our tests 30x faster than traditional assessments.
Built for the modern attention span:
90 second test = 96% completion rate. Test-takers answer quickly by simply responding to a series of images making a "me" / "not me" choice. Say goodbye to test fatigue.
Designed for everyone:
Images make us mobile friendly for those who don’t have access to large screen devices, more accessible to imperfect readers, and easier to translate. We are EEOC compliant and are available in over 10 languages and counting.
Backed by rigorous science:
We've run dozens of multi-month studies with 10,000s of participants so far. And we’ll do so continuously to ensure reliability and validity that stands up to the scrutiny of our scientific peers. Our science is well-documented. Contact us for more information.
Traitify set out to investigate personality in the workplace and how it can be used to identify and develop talent. There is no better model for this than the Big Five. For employee interests, we build off Holland’s exceptionally well-studied occupational themes.
Our assessments have been repeatedly validated against established Big Five and career interest inventories. Our construct validity for Big Five ranges from 0.52 to 0.75, comparable to other questionnaires. Predictive Validity is established on a proprietary basis upon request.
Our assessments are internally consistent and stable over time. Multiple studies have been conducted and show good test-retest reliability. Our Big Five assessment test-retest scores range from 0.66 to 0.77 for example.
Manuals and other guides are available for more details.Contact Us
With exceptional academic, organizational, and applied human psychology under their belts, our team of psychologists have created the world's fastest assessment.
Our multi-disciplinary team has expertise in personality theory and assessment, psychometric design, advanced statistics, therapeutic and industrial/organizational psychology. With years of research, development, and testing, this is the team who brings Traitify to life.
Chief Psychology Officer and Head Statistician
Dr. Myers received a bachelor of science degree in Psychology from Carnegie Mellon University, and a master of science in statistics and a doctorate in Psychology from Stanford University. A specialist in personality psychology, she heads the science team at Traitify. Her team is integral to the development, validation, and refinement of the assessment suite and creates content designed to improve the entire employee lifecycle.
University of Bath
Dr. Parkinson holds a BSc in Psychology from the University of Exeter, MSc in Applied Psychology from Aston University, and a PhD from the University of Bath School of Management, UK. He is an I-O Psychologist specializing in creating assessment systems for profiling individuals and teams. Additionally he’s an expert on the psychology of entrepreneurs and co-author of numerous commercially available assessments.
Rachel Stewart Johnson
Head of Learning and Development
Dr. Johnson received a bachelor of arts degree from Pomona College in Claremont, CA and a doctorate in Psychology from Stanford University. A specialist in human development, Dr. Johnson formerly taught at the University of California, San Diego. She enjoys using her background in teaching to inform the creation of learning and development content to enhance product value.
University of Maryland
University of Maryland
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