We measure a variety of cognitive dimensions using scientifically validated tests in order to quantify, explain and predict workplace performance in nearly every role.
Cognitive profiles are the new competitive edge.
Our mission is to enable our customers to weave science into their decisions using cognitive profiles of their people for a competitive edge.
We assess cognitive dimensions to explain and predict performance across industries. Cognition includes many kinds of information processing and performance — from recognizing faces, to solving puzzles, to throwing darts — and nobody is good or bad at everything. People are cognitively complex, with cognitive profiles that vary across different dimensions. We use video game-like scientific tests to optimize staffing decisions by uncovering individuals’ cognitive profiles.
Driven by Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth and Princeton alumni.
Use our suite of cognitive tests backed by 100+ years of research, and proprietary insight to discover, recruit, and develop the best performers for every role.
Create cognitive profiles for all employees so you can understand which specific abilities make your top performers great.
Gain insight into employee strengths and weaknesses to manage them better and boost efficiency, productivity, and performance.
Make better hiring decisions by assessing candidates’ match to Cognitive Profiles of Strength for each position
A detailed cognitive profile provides insight and self-knowledge to everyone in an organization and provides management a window into the natural strengths and weaknesses of their teams.
Managers can utilize identified cognitive abilities to optimize training programs and each employee’s responsibilities on the job.
Hiring and staffing managers can determine how well a candidate fits into a company’s overall culture and collective cognitive profile, as well as recognize fit for specific positional demands.
President & CEO
As a longtime coach, Ben has spent decades assessing athletic talent. In 2018 he called one of his oldest friends, Justin Junge, to discuss using visual cognitive tests to help quantify athletic performance. It was the latest of countless conversations about cognition going back to 1999 when Ben and Justin were undergrads at Yale and Harvard, respectively. This particular chat was the beginning of the BodhiMetrics family of companies, as their conversations immediately spread to workplace, education, and individual applications for such testing data. Ben now lives and works in Philadelphia, PA, where BodhiMetrics is headquartered. His dog, a border collie named Bodhi, is the inspiration for the company name, and a very good boy.
Chief Science Officer
Justin is responsible for designing and developing all tests in the BodhiMetrics family of companies. Justin graduated from Harvard with a degree in Psychology (2003), and completed his Ph.D. in Psychology at Yale (2008). He currently teaches Statistics, Research Methods, Cyborg Psychology, Computational Modeling of Psychological Function, Cognitive Psychology and a variety of other courses.
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