Neuroscientific games to objectify candidate evaluations

Everything you should know about Equalture’s neuroscientific games. Science, validity, our experts and more.

21st century games, leveraging 21st century science.

Assessments have proven to be a successful method to help us change the way we see people. In contrast to resumes that are focused on looking backward, assessments provide us with the unique opportunity to take a look inside our brains, revealing our behaviours, talents, and potential. 

Traditional assessments, such as personality questionnaires, have been an enormous step forward at the start of this. However, most traditional assessments rely on models, such as the Big Five, which have been created decades or even centuries ago. The rise of neuroscience has enabled the recruitment landscape to redefine its scientific approaches to candidate assessments and replace ancient models with more accurate, contemporary, and fair ones.

Curious about our science?

Scientific background

Insights into the scientific approach that is used to develop our games, and how this approach differs from traditional tests.

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Validation & Bias

Insights into the validation process of our games, and how we actively try to prevent bias in our scoring algorithms.

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Insights into the traits that our games measure, as well as how these traits are measured in a gamified assessment.

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Insights into how we take into account color blindness and dyslexia, and how mental disorders impact the game results.

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Having some doubts about whether to let go of traditional tests or not?

Learn more about why gamified assessments outperform traditional assessments.

Don’t worry, you’re in good hands.

Our Equalture Crew has some experts on board on this topic.

Dr. Marcia Goddard

Advisor & Neuroscientist

Ece Sekerli

UX Designer & Cognitive Psychologist

Jesper van Gelder

Head of CS & Psychologist

Leonie Grandpierre

Cognitive Neuroscientist