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Read more at: Modern Psychometrics Fourth Edition Available

Modern Psychometrics Fourth Edition Available

7 January 2021

The long-anticipated fourth edition of Modern Psychometrics is now available from Routledge. Professor John Rust, Dr Michal Kosinski and Dr David Stillwell from the Psychometrics Centre have expanded on the seminal and highly popular third edition to include more detailed coverage of the most salient topics in...


Read more at: Watch: International Conference on AI and Big Data in Education 2020

Watch: International Conference on AI and Big Data in Education 2020

21 December 2020

The 2020 International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Big Data in Education was held in Beijing on December 11-12. The conference, jointly organised by The National Center for Educational Technology, China, Beijing Normal University, and iFlytek, was the fourth consecutive annual gathering of experts in...


Read more at: Retirement of Professor John Rust

Retirement of Professor John Rust

31 March 2019

Professor John Rust will today retire from his post as Director of the University of Cambridge Psychometrics Centre after nearly 30 years at the helm of one of the world’s leading research institutions for the study of psychological assessment. Throughout his career, John has been at the forefront of developments in both...


Read more at: From rights to insights: new AMS features promote data portability

From rights to insights: new AMS features promote data portability

30 January 2019

ApplyMagicSauce.com updated to enable psychological predictions from user-submitted .zip folders containing social media data. No log in required.


Read more at: Centre wins prestigious design and data visualisation awards

Centre wins prestigious design and data visualisation awards

26 May 2017

Predictive World was an interactive data visualisation, developed by the Centre for Ubisoft in November 2016. It was built to promote the launch of the Watchdogs 2 video game, in which an innocent protagonist is arrested for a crime he is predicted to commit, by CTOS, a smart city enforcement system. Working with design...


Read more at: Psychometrics Centre moves to Cambridge Judge Business School

Psychometrics Centre moves to Cambridge Judge Business School

5 April 2016

In March 2016 The Psychometrics Centre completed its move into the Cambridge Judge Business School. The discussion had been going on behind the scenes for over a year, inspired by the changes in psychological and educational assessment practices brought about by the migration of human assessment to the online environment...


Read more at: Cambridge tops the league (again) for online impact

Cambridge tops the league (again) for online impact

28 January 2016

Altmetrics, the world’s leading provider of online impact information, have now published their list of the 100 most popular scientific research articles of 2015 . This follows on from our success in 2013 when two of our articles achieved the top 100 position ( click here to see ). So – many congratulations to Youyou...


Read more at: International Conference on Computer Adaptive Testing (CAT)

International Conference on Computer Adaptive Testing (CAT)

27 January 2016

In September 2015 The Psychometrics Centre at the University of Cambridge hosted the 5th Biennial Conference of the International Society for Computer Adaptive Testing. This was the first time a University has hosted the conference, and so it was a particular honour for us to have been chosen. The Psychometrics Centre’s...


Read more at: Winner of the DataIQ New Talent Award for 2014

Winner of the DataIQ New Talent Award for 2014

24 June 2014

The DataIQ New Talent Award was awarded to Sandra Matz , Junior Psychometrician and First Year PhD student in the University of Cambridge Psychometrics Centre. Sandra's colleague, Vess Popov , the Centre's Development Strategist, was also a short-listed nominee for the Marketing Technologist category. The award marks a...


Read more at: Cambridge tops the UK league in on-line impact

Cambridge tops the UK league in on-line impact

14 December 2013

In December 2013, the world’s leading provider of online impact information published a list of the 100 most popular scientific research articles of 2013 . Thirty nine different journals published papers that made it to the top 100, as did 201 universities worldwide. The most successful university was Harvard, with 12...


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