Our research helps people improve their well-being using a deeper understanding of their unique traits and of their relationships.
Signal Patterns develops psychology-based web and mobile applications that help individuals improve their well-being and relationships with others.
Developed by a team of over 20 PhDs worldwide, Signal Patterns' online professional-grade solutions include self and relationship assessments, positive psychology activities and social tools for connecting with like-minded individuals.
Who We Are
We are computer scientists, psychologists and developers who joined forces up to take professional psychology tools that were once manual and expensive, and bring them to the general public. Signal Patterns’ core team started in 2006 with folks who came out of IBM Research teaming up with Lew Goldberg – the developer of the Big Five model of personality traits. We spent two entire years running research experiments and analyses before releasing out first offerings in mid-2008.
Today, Signal Patterns works with more than 20 social scientists in six different countries and employs a full in-house development team.More About Signal Patterns >
Our scientific team has developed new psychometric assessment surveys, automatic algorithms for identifying potential relationship conflicts, exercises for improving well-being and positivity, and journaling text-analysis algorithms. When brought together, these compelling components empower individuals to understand themselves better, improve their social relationships, and improve their overall happiness and life satisfaction.More About The Science >
Signal Patterns (SP) Labs is the research arm of Signal Patterns and consists of a team of top scientists from different disciplines: personality psychology, machine learning, biometrics, social psychology and neuroscience.
SP Labs focuses on developing research techniques, surveys and studies that look across seemingly unrelated areas to discover connections and patterns.
Through rigorous science and sheer computational power, the SP Labs team’s research is able to identify patterns emerging from the data, making connections between disparate subject areas with the goal of helping people learn more about themselves, their relationships and the people around them.To learn more, please visit www.SignalPatternsLabs.com
You can find our blog at SignalPatternsLabs.com. In addition to the latest news about Signal Patterns and our thoughts, you'll find posts from our team of scientists and psychology researchers about their latest work. More than a blog though, you'll be able to connect with our scientists directly, participate in the latest studies, view videos on the latest topics and find a growing array of tools based on our research to help you learn more about yourself and your preferences and relationships.Read Our Blog