Embracing My Strongest Aptitudes

Embracing My Strongest Aptitudes

Post by Kevin Jones Thirty years ago I had the opportunity to take the Johnson O’Connor Research Foundation’s aptitude tests. … Continued

Aptitudes In Action: Vincent Lacey

Aptitudes In Action: Vincent Lacey

by Scottie Barsotti Clients at Johnson O’Connor fit many descriptions; they are all different ages, come from all different backgrounds, … Continued

How Aptitude Testing Helps Mid-Lifers

How Aptitude Testing Helps Mid-Lifers

Sue Campbell talks about going through the aptitude testing for herself and for her two sons on the website Next Avenue. … Continued

Announcement: Twins Wanted for Study

Announcement: Twins Wanted for Study

The Foundation is working with Dr. Rex Jung of the University of New Mexico to recruit twins for a major … Continued

Aptitudes in Action: Blair Robertson

Aptitudes in Action: Blair Robertson

by Scottie Barsotti Blair Robertson was working full-time at Groupon in Chicago when she was tested by Johnson O’Connor. That … Continued

Aptitudes in Action: Megan Larmer

Aptitudes in Action: Megan Larmer

by Scottie Barsotti When he was alive and working with clients, there was a term Johnson O’Connor was notorious for … Continued

Auditory Aptitudes Project

Auditory Aptitudes Project

The auditory aptitude tests—Tonal Memory, Pitch Discrimination, and Rhythm Memory—are longstanding components of the Johnson O’Connor Research Foundation test battery. … Continued

We are Recruiting Physical Therapists for Free Testing! (Temporarily suspended)

We are Recruiting Physical Therapists for Free Testing! (Temporarily suspended)

We are currently seeking physical therapists to participate in a research study. The goal of the study is to gather … Continued

Auditory Aptitudes: Not Just For Musicians

Auditory Aptitudes: Not Just For Musicians

If you scored high in one or more auditory aptitudes, your suggested career examples probably included music performance or positions … Continued

Structural Visualization with Low Graphoria

Structural Visualization with Low Graphoria

If you score high on Structural Visualization (the ability to think in three dimensions), but low on Graphoria (clerical speed … Continued

High Ideaphoria and Teaching

High Ideaphoria and Teaching

by Mary A. Somogy When any of us look back on our school days, which teachers do we remember with … Continued

Software Engineers Have What It Takes

Software Engineers Have What It Takes

It is no surprise to our test administrators that successful software engineers, experts in designing and writing computer programs, tend … Continued

Choosing Your Way With Words

Choosing Your Way With Words

Aptitudes and Writing Style When clients express a desire to write, and ask us whether they have aptitudes for writing, … Continued

From Economics to Film: One Who Dared to Switch

From Economics to Film: One Who Dared to Switch

by Sandra Larson A frustrated student After several years of college, a frustrated student came into our Denver office “at … Continued

Medical Careers for People Without the Structural Visualization Aptitudes

Medical Careers for People Without the Structural Visualization Aptitudes

by Robert Nagle A high school senior wanting to study medicine was attending a special magnet school for the sciences … Continued

Music and Objectivity

Music and Objectivity

The importance of using every aptitude one possesses cannot be overstated; this is especially true for music. An idle aptitude … Continued

No High Scores?

No High Scores?

How can the Foundation’s aptitude tests help you select a direction if all of your scores are in the low … Continued

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