“We are sleepwalking towards the edge of a cliff.
Even if the destruction were to end now, it would take 5-7 million years for the natural world to recover."
Psychological research allows us to assess how personal traits relate to behaviour choices, to understand how the environment may influence decision-making or to emulate a version of reality and test whether it can become beneficial for us on the long.
If you represent an organisation, you need evidence for your decisions. Psychological research is the number one solution for creating meaningful opportunities. Discover which organisational areas need to be developed, what products or services may help you achieve higher impact and create an evidence-based image for investors and potential clients.
No matter what stage your project or work stream is at, conducting research can help in a number of ways:
- Evaluate needs and find cost-effective solutions for approaching problems
- Investigate opportunities for innovation
- Develop reliable assessment tools
- Validate educational programmes
- Optimize performance in the workplace.
- Design a community intervention
- Assess the effectiveness of an existing intervention, programme or campaign
- Evaluate the social perception concerning a given brand
- Find solutions to community problems
Areas of expertise: mental health, human resources, education, community development, fundraising, applied psychology in related fields (medicine, business, sociology, technological development or environmental sciences).
If you would like to know how research could benefit your project, please complete this form. I will aim to get back to you within three working days. Fees are established by taking into account existing research needs, the complexity of the research design, assessment procedures, data processing and outputs required.
If you would like to know how research could benefit your project, please complete this form.
I will aim to get back to you within three working days. Fees are established by taking into account existing research needs, the complexity of the research design, assessment procedures, data processing and outputs required.