Looking for a specific type of document? Go here. Hide - List by document type - Articles Booklets Client Research Results Client Stories on Video Client Successes Guidebooks Infographics Points of View Recorded Webinars Trend Research Webinar Series White Papers & Monographs filter by topic ┓ Latest Assessment Behavioral Interviewing Competency Management Employment Testing Global Leadership Health Care Hiring Identifying Potential Leadership Development Leadership Pipeline Manufacturing Performance Management Succession Management Talent Management ┏ filter by type Articles Blogs Research Success Stories Webinars [Share] Cognitive Testing has Come Out of Its "Shell" Download the PDF Cognitive testing long ago fell out of favor due to a variety of concerns including those related to legal defensibility and test security. But as jobs grow in complexity, the need to understand a candidate’s level of intelligence and problem-solving ability in order to project his or her job effectiveness has remained, and in many cases even increased. The good news is that the time is right to take a fresh look at cognitive testing, as many of the assumptions you may have held about it likely no longer apply due to recent developments in what’s being measured and advancements in the tools used to do so.