Psychology @ Work

Learn to thrive in a relationship-driven economy

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Get a cheat sheet for every conversation

We released a new feature that gives you personalized insights for every important conversation.


Visualize your team's strengths and blind spots (for free!)

Learn how to create a Group Report to understand the personality dynamics of your team.


How to say "Thank You" to each DISC Type

Learn how to maximize the impact of your "thank you" notes with DISC.

Upcoming pricing plan changes

In the next week, we’re going to be making some changes to Crystal’s pricing plans that you should know about. First, as a paid customer, you will be “grandfathered” into an unlimited access plan. This means you will get access to all personality reports (customer, coworker, and all

An update to free accounts on Crystal

Within the next two weeks, we will be discontinuing the 10 free monthly credits for free Crystal accounts. If you are a paid customer of Crystal, nothing changes for you. For new accounts, you'll still be able to test our personality predictions using the Chrome extension, but will be limited


Role Expectations

Think of the last interview you had. You may have walked into an unknown office to meet a random group of people for the first time. The interview may have lasted an hour (or more) and these individuals took turns asking you a variety of questions about your skills &


Personality Neuroscience #10: Turning personality information into better decisions

Knowledge about your personality and brain is interesting, but it's only valuable if you translate it into real-world action.


Personality Neuroscience #9: The biological causes of Neuroticism

Because it is linked to many troubling individual and social outcomes, Neuroticism has been studied more extensively than any other Big Five trait.


Personality Neuroscience #8: The biological causes of Agreeableness

Do people with empathy actually feel other peoples' pain? Can I learn to be more compassionate?


Personality Neuroscience #7: The biological causes of Extraversion

Learn about how the dopamine and opiate systems in your brain make you assertive and enthusiastic.