Social Status Quick Test (SSQ-Test)

The brief social status test SSQ-Test allows for an in-depth assessment and analysis of an individual’s activities, and most importantly, to test his or her attitude to the organization of interaction, cooperation, and partnership. The study of an individual is carried out according to the ten blocks included in the structure of the test and a number of questions contained in each block.

SSQ-Testallows us to investigate an individual’s attitude to such issues as health, money, personal safety, life safety, company safety, and safety as a general phenomenon. The area of research also includes categories dealing with personal priorities, attitudes to travel, to intellectual challenges and professional development, to expansion of horizons, to work and activity, to victories and achievements, as well as the system of formation of a person’s prospects, potential, and predispositions.

Conducting the SSQ-Test at a scientific seminar. Odessa 2017

The priority when using this method for security purposes is the identification of patterns (behavioral, financial, organizational) regarding the fulfilment of obligations and attitudes towards obligations within a person’s activities. This, in turn, makes it possible to determine how obliging the individual is, and how likely they are to be thrown off-balance and fail to fulfill obligations. Behavioral patterns also make it possible to determine how the subject will act in the face of danger and whether he or she creates dangerous situations, as well as his or her level of responsibility and irresponsibility. The test also examines attitudes towards weapons, crimes, assassinations, armed conflicts, and disasters — in other words, what is acceptable and unacceptable within the framework of the activity performed, which could create the potential for danger.

The system of parametric analysis of the examinee’s responses allows the tester to determine all of the above parameters at the testing stage, rather than during direct interaction with the individual.

The peculiarity of the SSQ-Test is that the analysis is based on behavioral constants, rather than a person’s decision-making system in relation to certain life events, which allows you to make a prediction of how a person will act in other conditions, in another enterprise, under a different threat regime, and how a person will act in hypothetical and previously unencountered  conditions.

Testing methodology


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