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  1. 1. JOB MATCHING REPORT PSYCHOLOGIST Personal detailsName and surname:Date of birth:Sex : femaleTraining : highschoolOccupational status: studentAddress :County : DoljTelephone number : Copyright © 2009 COGNITROM
  2. 2. CANDIDATE PROFILE Ability requirements Percentage of ability requirements match: 65, 63 % General learning abilityDescription: The ability to assimilate new information, regroup them and operate with themin order to solve problems. It includes focusing one’s attention and resisting interference;ability to organize the information in one’s memory, cognitive inhibition and short-termmemory; there is also an operational component, consisting of: analytical judgment,analogical transfer, work memory and flexible categorizing abilities.Required level: 5 (very high learning abilities)Acquired level: 4 (high learning abilities)Results of the tests used to assess dimension: The general learning ability th Test: Analytical judgment (date of test: 10 of October 2012)Test description: This test is used to measure the ability to discover new rules and use them in order to solvereasoning problems.Raw score: 15Acquired level: 4 (good) th Test: Analogical transfer (date of test: 10 of October 2012)Test description: This test measures the ability to determine the connections between various pairs of verbalor figural elements and to apply them to other pairs.Raw score: 26Acquired level: 3 (medium) Test: Work memory (the test has not been submitted)Test description: This test measures the ability to carry out several tasks at the same time.Copyright © 2009 COGNITROM 1
  3. 3. CANDIDATE PROFILE Test: Cognitive inhibition (the test has not been submitted)Test description: This test measures the ability to focus. Verbal abilityDescription: Understanding the meaning of the words and using them the right way, theability to combine them starting from certain set rules for combining words to make upsentences and for combining sentences to make up phrases, the ability to read andunderstand verbal or written information.Required level: 4 (good verbal ability)Acquired level: 3 (medium verbal ability)Results of the tests used to assess dimension: Verbal ability th Test: Vocabulary (date of test: 10 of October 2012)Test description: This test measures vocabulary-related knowledge.Raw score: 11Acquired level: 3 (medium) Numerical abilityDescription: The ability to understand and use numerical contents, the speed andcorrectness in doing basic mathematical calculations. The ability to analyze a problem anduse the appropriate method to solve it.Required level: 3 (medium-high numerical ability)Acquired level: 4 (high numerical ability)Results of the tests used to assess dimension: Numerical abilityCopyright © 2009 COGNITROM 2
  4. 4. CANDIDATE PROFILE th Test: Mathematical reasoning (date of test: 10 of October 2012)Test description: This test measures the ability to perform mathematical reasoning.Raw score: 8Acquired level: 3 (medium) Spatial abilityDescription: The ability to generate, remember and manage abstract visual images, theability to manipulate and organize spatial information.Required level: 2 (low spatial ability)Acquired level: 3 (medium spatial ability)Results of the tests used to assess dimension: Spatial ability th Test: Spatial orientation (date of test: 10 of October 2012)Test description: This test measures the ability to get spatially oriented.Raw score: 13Acquired level: 4 (good) Form perception abilityDescription: The ability to acquire and organize visual information: discriminating abackground object, identifying the spatial position of objects (stimuli), the ability to detect formconstants and to perceive details.Required level: 2 (low form perception ability)Acquired level: 2 (low form perception ability)Copyright © 2009 COGNITROM 3
  5. 5. CANDIDATE PROFILEResults of the tests used to assess dimension: Form perception ability th Test: Complex perceptual analysis (date of test: 10 of October 2012)Test description: This test measures the ability to detect objects in complex graphical contexts.Raw score: 6Acquired level: 3 (medium) Clerical abilitiesDescription: The ability to identify significant details and mistakes in written materials andtables.Required level: 3 (medium clerical abilities)Acquired level: 3 (medium clerical abilities)Results of the tests used to assess dimension: Clerical abilities th Test: Clerical abilities (date of test: 11 of October 2012)Test description: This test measures the ability to identify significant details and mistakes in written materialsand tables.Raw score: 10Acquired level: 3 (medium) Motor coordinationDescription: The ability to have a quick reaction (with one’s hand, finger or leg) to a nervestimulus (light, sound, image), when the latter occurs. It indicates both motor coordinationand processing speed.Required level: 4 (high motor coordination)Acquired level: 3 (medium motor coodination)Copyright © 2009 COGNITROM 4
  6. 6. CANDIDATE PROFILEResults of the tests used to assess dimension: Motor coordination th Test: Simple reaction test (date of test: 11 of October 2012)Test description: This test measures the ability to have a quick reaction to the occurrence of a visual stimulus.Raw score: 283Acquired level: 3 (medium) Decision-making abilityDescription: The rationality of the deciding person, their ability to choose the mostreasonable option out of a set of available options.Required level: 4 (high decision-making ability)Acquired level: 3 (medium decision-making ability)Results of the tests used to assess dimension: Decision-making ability th Test: Decision-making ability (date of test: 11 of October 2012)Test description: This test measures the ability to make decisions.Raw score: 4Acquired level: 3 (medium)Copyright © 2009 COGNITROM 5
  7. 7. CANDIDATE PROFILE Personality requirements Percentage of personality requirements match: 0,00 % ExtraversionDescription: High psychological penchant towards things outside one’s own entity, focus onthe social and physical environment (objects, people). Intense desire to act over theenvironment, action-orientation, communication ease, sociability, permanent need toexperiment.Required level: 2 (extraversion level over the population average)Acquired level: cannot be calculatedResults of the tests used to assess dimension: Extraversion Test: the CP5F personality questionnaire (test not submitted)Test description: This questionnaire assesses the over factors of the Big Five model: Extraversion (E),Amiability (A), Diligence (D), Emotional stability (S) and Autonomy (A). AmiabilityDescription: The ability to behave. Good will, amiable attitude, politeness, grace.Required level: 3 (amiability level over the population average)Acquired level: cannot be calculatedResults of the tests used to assess dimension: Amiability Test: The CP5F personality test (test not submitted)Test description: This questionnaire assesses the over factors of the Big Five model: Extraversion (E),Amiability (A), Diligence (D), Emotional stability (S) and Autonomy (A).Copyright © 2009 COGNITROM 6
  8. 8. CANDIDATE PROFILE DiligenceDescription: Being diligent; correctness, seriousness, scrupulousness. Purpose-orientedbehavior, exigency, meticulousness, rigor in achieving the set tasks by being aware of theapplicable rulesRequired level: 2 (diligence level over the population average)Acquired level: cannot be calculatedResults of the tests used to assess dimension: Diligence Test: The CP5F personality test (test not submitted)Test description: This questionnaire assesses the over factors of the Big Five model: Extraversion (E),Amiability (A), Diligence (D), Emotional stability (S) and Autonomy (A). Emotional stabilityDescription: The ability to maintain one’s emotional balance in stressful situations with noextreme manifestations that may be unsuitable for the given situation.Required level: 3 (emotional stability level over the population average)Acquired level: cannot be calculatedResults of the tests used to assess dimension: Emotional stability Test: The CP5F personality test (test not submitted)Test description: This questionnaire assesses the over factors of the Big Five model: Extraversion (E),Amiability (A), Diligence (D), Emotional stability (S) and Autonomy (A). Autonomy-independenceDescription: The ability to judge things and act independently, with no influence from otherpeople, in complete freedom.Required level: 3 (autonomy-independence level over the population average)Copyright © 2009 COGNITROM 7
  9. 9. CANDIDATE PROFILEAcquired level: cannot be calculatedResults of the tests used to assess dimension: Diligence Test: The CP5F personality test (test not submitted)Test description: This questionnaire assesses the over factors of the Big Five model: Extraversion (E),Amiability (A), Diligence (D), Emotional stability (S) and Autonomy (A). Occupational interests requirements Percentage of occupational interests requirements match: 33,33 % th Test : Interest assessment questionnaire (IAQ) (date of test: 11 of October 2012)Test description: This questionnaire assesses the candidate’s occupational interests (preferences for certainfields of knowledge or types of activities).Results as compared to the questionnaire scales: Social interestsScale description: It involves being oriented towards activities which require interpersonalinteraction– teaching preference or problem-solving preference.Raw score: 17 (0 - 20)Acquired level: 85% Conventional interestsScale description: They involve a preference for those activities which involve a systematic,orderly manipulation of data or objects in a well defined and well organized environment.Raw score: 14 (0 - 20)Acquired level: 70%Copyright © 2009 COGNITROM 8
  10. 10. CANDIDATE PROFILE Entrepreneurship interestsScale description: They consist of a preference for those activities which allow for a senseof initiative and of coordinating one’s own activities or a group’s activities.Raw score: 14 (0 - 20)Acquired level: 70% Artistic interestsScale description: They take the form of an attraction towards less structured activities,which involve a creative solution and allows for self-expression.Raw score: 9 (0 - 20)Acquired level: 45% Investigative interestsScale description: They involve an attraction towards research and investigation, they cantake various forms and occur in various fields.Raw score: 5 (0 - 20)Acquired level: 25% Realistic interestsScale description: They consist of a tendency to focus on those activities which involve theuse of objects, hands and tools.Raw score: 4 (0 - 20)Acquired level: 20%Summary of the results of assessing occupational interests:Copyright © 2009 COGNITROM 9
  11. 11. CANDIDATE PROFILEA PSYCHOLOGIST’s job is a(n) (relevant interests): Investigative jobDescription: Investigative occupations frequently imply working with ideas and require agreat deal of thinking. These occupations may include information research and mentalproblem-solving. They involve research and investigation activities which take various formsand occur in various fields (biology, physics, society, culture etc.). They usually requiremathematical and scientific abilities and work is most frequently individual (doctor, chemist,mathematician, biologist, etc). Social jobDescription: Social occupations often involve working and relating to people and teachingthem. They often require helping and providing support to others. They require interpersonalinteraction (teacher, counselor, therapist, etc). Entrepreneur’s jobDescription: Such occupations frequently imply initiating and completing projects, leadingpeople and making decisions. Sometimes they involve taking chances and are oftenbusiness-related. They require team work, coordination and speaking and managing abilities(manager, sales agent, etc).A PSYCHOLOGIST’s job is a (n) (less relevant interests): Realistic jobDescription: Realistic occupations often involve practical problems and solutions, handlingobjects and instruments. They require physical, mechanical or technical abilities and theymost frequently occur in those professional environments which require an optimal level ofthese abilities (driver, pilot, operator, farmer, etc).Copyright © 2009 COGNITROM 10
  12. 12. CANDIDATE PROFILE Artistic jobDescription: They involve working with shapes, sketches and plans (models). They oftenrequire self expression and work can often be performed without complying with any sets ofstrict rules. They are less structured jobs; they imply a creative solution to problems andallow for self expression (musician, sculptor, writer, etc). Conventional jobDescription: Conventional occupations often imply routines and following a set ofprocedures. They can include working with details more than working with ideas. In theseoccupations the coordinating authority is very clearly set. They are characterized byadministrative activities, involving the systematic and orderly manipulation of objects in a wellorganized and well defined environment (secretary, librarian, clerk, etc). Examiner, BALAN GEORGETACopyright © 2009 COGNITROM 11

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