CRET is a non-profit organization with the purpose of conducting research and development on new educational tests that will be demanded in the future as well as on the basic design of these.
[RESEARCH PAPERS]Report on a Presentation at the 2015 1st Workshop of the Japan Society for Educational Technology (JSET): Study Support Environment and Data Analysis/General "The Effect of Question Methods in Quizzes Using Smartphones on Percentage of Correct Answers and Response Time" is available.
[RESEARCH PAPERS]Report on a Presentation at the 16th Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP) "The effect of achievement goal orientation on task performance and post-task affect in online testing settings" is available.
[RESEARCH PAPERS]Report on a Presentation at the 5th Workshop 2014 of Japanese Society for Information and Systems in Education (JSiSE) "Comparison and Analysis of Individual Learning with Videos on Tablet Terminals and Classroom Learning with Videos and Explanations" is available.
[RESEARCH PAPERS]Report on a Presentation at the 78th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Psychological Association "Can Implicit Emotion Be Distorted by Self-Presented Motivation? Discussion Using the IPANAT (2)" is available.
[RESEARCH PAPERS]Report on a Presentation at the 55th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Social Psychology "Can Implicit Emotion Be Distorted by Motivation? Discussions Using the IPANAT" is available.
This laboratory conducts research on test evaluation and analysis. We also perform joint research and exchange programs with overseas testing research institutes.
This laboratory conducts research and development into testing approaches that measure communication skills, teamwork skills, and social skills, etc.
Dr. Atsushi Aikawa
Faculty of Human Sciences,
University of Tsukuba
Ph.D. in Psychology
This laboratory conducts research on the foundation of computer-based testing, and basic research on media and recognition, as well as applied and practical research
that utilize such knowledge.
Dr. Kanji Akahori
Professor Emeritus of
Tokyo Institute of