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 validitystudy 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 mobileversion and scales lst tabletversion. 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.

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