Dr. Jordan B. Peterson is a clinical psychologist whose psychological laboratory is at the forefront of the development of modern personality tests. Jordan does experimental work on achievement, creativity, personality, narrative, and motivation. His assessments can predict intelligence, political beliefs, academic achievement, managerial ability, entrepreneurial capacity, creativity, ambition, assertiveness, propensity for depression and anxiety, sociability, aggression, empathy, and more.
His broader interest is in the formal assessment and theoretical nature of self-deception, construing it as voluntary failure of exploration rather than as repression.
Dr. Peterson taught at Harvard University as an Assistant and an Associate Professor before returning to Canada and taking a tenured position at the University of Toronto. He is licensed in Massachusetts and Ontario, and offers therapy and career coaching to clients on a regular basis.
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Daniel has a B.A. in Mathematics and a B.A.I. in Civil Engineering from Trinity College, Dublin, an M.Sc. in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and an M.A. in Psychology from Harvard University. He has specialized expertise in neuropsychological and personality evaluation. With Cream, he has been instrumental in researching, designing, implementing and validating the automated assessment technology currently utilized by Cream.