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 Measured characteristics

What can we learn from PractiWork® measurements about the potential workforce?

At the ability level level:

Cognitive abilities such as:

  • Deductive reasoning
  • Simple rule following
  • Perceptual accuracy
  • Perceptual speed
  • Inductive reasoning
  • Concentration
  • Monotony tolerance
  • Working memory
  • Problem solving
  • Information ordering
  • Simultaneous attention
  • Word recognition
  • Vigilance

Psychomotor abilities such as:

  • Aiming
  • Dexterity
  • Hand stability
  • Reaction speed
  • Eye-hand coordination

Sensory abilities such as:

  • Visual error detection

At the skill level:

Basic skills like:

  • Mathematical skill
  • Comprehension

Social skills such as:

  •  Social intelligence
  • Active helpfulness
  • Dealing with conflict
  • Cooperation

Systems skills such as:

  • Decision making

At the level of learned knowledge:

  • Mathematical rules, basic concepts
  • Hungarian language rules, vocabulary
  • Foreign language rules, vocabulary
  • Digital knowledge