Applied Research

Our applied research seeks to solve practical problems by developing solutions to everyday problems through innovative approaches and technologies.

A few examples of applied research in psychology include:

Investigating which approach is the most effective for reducing anxiety

  • Researching strategies that work best to motivate employees.
  • Analyzing what type of market trends inspires people to volunteer their time to charities.

As you may notice, all of these examples explore topics that actually address real-world issues. This immediate and practical application of the findings is what distinguished applied research from basic research, which instead focuses on theoretical concerns.

We employ a very practical and proven approach to problem solving.