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At Cymeon Research we design, tailor and market a range of psychological questionnaires suitable for intranets, internets and stand alone PCs. Our assessment tools are expertly designed to match latest theoretical ideas with good measurement. Use our assessment tools in a range of different contexts such as in business, therapy, schools or within the community.

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  • Occupational Attributional Occupational Attributional
    $30.00
    Professor Adrian Furnham's Occupational Attributional Styles Questionnaire can be used to measure how people attribute success and failure at work. Attributional styles have been shown to be predictive of successful and unsuccessful work performance.
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  • MaverickQuestionnaire35 MaverickQuestionnaire35
    $15.00
    Professor Chris J Jackson's Maverick Questionnaire is used to select, train and develop high performing workplace mavericks. Such people create success through their individualism. They can be disruptive, can be more successful than teams and can be...
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  • WVQ WVQ
    $5.00
    Professor Adrian Furnham's Work Values Questionnaire (WVQ) can be used to measure job satisfaction in the workplace. This provides a directly useful index of how satisfied people are and can consequently predict engagement, commitment and turnover....
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  • Interest In Money Interest In Money
    $50.00
    Professor Adrian Furnham's Interest In Money Questionnaire can be used to measure interest in money. It also provides a multi-dimensional evaluation.
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  • Online Cognitive Laboratory Online Cognitive Laboratory
    $8,000.00
    The Cymeon Cognitive OnLine Laboratory, designed by Professor Chris J Jackson is a research resource for psychologists and other academic researchers.
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  • Revised Reinforcement Sensitivity Theory Revised Reinforcement Sensitivity Theory
    $10.00
    Understand how people learn with the Revised Reinforcement Sensitivity Theory model of learning. Measures BAS, BIS, Fight, Flight and Freezing according to Gray & McNaughtons' (2000) proposed model of learning.
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