The guiding theme of this year's proceedings was formulated as "The Future is Now: the changing world of work." It was not a coincidence that Katowice was chosen as the location for the congress – a city known for its application of new technologies and international collaboration in introducing innovations. In 2024 Katowice will hold the title of European City of Science.
The Congress program encompassed over twenty workshops, as well as dozens of panels and symposia. The organizers also ensured that there was time and space for more informal exchange of ideas among the participants. The delegation from our workshop, consisting of Urszula Brzezińska and Dr. Emilia Wrocławska-Warchala, actively engaged in various forms of participation with great interest.
Urszula Brzezińska was a speaker at the symposium "EFPA Survey of Attitudes to Tests and Testing – findings and impact for WO psychologists," organized by the EFPA Board of Assessment. She talked about the need to examine issues related to the professional identity of psychologists in order to enable more precise intergroup comparisons among psychologists using tests in different diagnostic practice areas in the next edition of the European survey on psychologists' attitudes towards testing. The key points were summarized in the presentation entitled "Professional identity of a WO psychologist: findings based on the results of the Polish edition of the European survey on tests’ attitudes of psychologists."
During the congress, our stand showcasing psychometric tools was available and we answered questions related to methods in the field of work and organization, as well as the computer-based research platform Epsilon. The recently released Situational Managerial Test LJI garnered significant interest.
We would like to express our gratitude to the organizers for efficiently arranging such a significant and valuable event.
Tools for measuring parental stress PSI-4 and SIPA in the computer research version on the Epsilon platform
The annual European Test Publishers Group (ETPG) conference took place in Athens from June 14th to June 16th, 2023.
We are in solidarity with Ukraine!
The book by the authors of the Polish adaptation of the WISC®-V: Prof. Anna Matczak, Aleksandra Jaworowska, PhD, Joanna Stańczak and Iwona Bac
Leiter-3 can be administered not only to persons aged 3 to 20 years (as before), but also to people aged 21-70+.
We are pleased to announce that the Quick Naming Test for Older children (TSN-S) can now also be used to examine children aged 13–16 years.