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PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTS - A WAY TO EXPLORE YOURSELF
(ROUTE 2)



Dear Friends, here you can find different tests.

The instructions are very simple. So, enjoy yourselves!


Know yourself (by Asya)


1. You are lost in a dark cave, hopelessly searching for the exit, when a bat flies down to whisper in your ear. What does he say?

  1. I know where the exit is.
  2. Come with me, I'll show you the way out.
  3. Keep searching - you'll find it.
  4. You're never going to find the exit.

2. You've just bought a beautiful new music box. How long do you think it will work?

  1. a few days
  2. a few weeks
  3. a few years
  4. years and years

    What will you do with the music box once it's broken?

  1. throw it away and buy a new one
  2. try to fix it

3. You're walking through the woods when you suddenly see a glint of metal through the leaves. It seems to be a briefcase. You open it, and it's full of money. What is your first reaction?

  1. Yes! This is my lucky day!
  2. Oh no, what do I do with this???
  3. I'm going to sleep on this...
  4. Fate led me to this!

Results


The first question

  1. You like to stick your nose in other people's business. You're always ready to help people and give them advice, even if they're not asking for it.
  2. You're a very helpful person who's always ready to lend a hand. People feel at ease with you because they know they can count on you when they need it.
  3. You mostly keep your help and advice to yourself - not because you don't want to be helpful, but because you think it's good for people to learn their own lessons.
  4. Seeing someone else suffer makes you feel better about yourself. This attitude will prevent you from making many new friends and will probably cause problems in your existing relationships.

The second question

How long you expect the music box to work signifies how long you expect a relationship to last.
What you do with the broken music box signifies how you feel when a relationship has ended.

The third question

This is the reaction you'd have if someone asked you out unexpectedly.

  1. You'd probably be really happy about it. If more people could express their happiness like you, the world would be a better place.
  2. It's normal to feel unsure in a moment like this, but in the end the decision is totally yours. Still, don't debate too long, or else you might lose a chance at happiness.
  3. You think you'd better make this decision with a clear head after a good night's sleep. There's nothing wrong with that. But sometimes you have to take risks to find true love.
  4. You thank fate for opportunities that come your way, and are probably more likely to believe in love at first sight.


Internet Addiction Test (by Alex Makh.)


This Internet addiction screening test can help determine whether you might be spending way too much time on the Internet (to the point where your internet use is impacting various areas of your life). Use the results to decide if you need to see a doctor or other mental health professional to further discuss your addictive use of the Internet.

(*Internet addiction is not a psychiatric disorder as defined by the DSM IV.)

Instructions: This 20-item questionnaire measures mild, moderate, and severe levels of Internet Addiction. To assess your level of addiction to the Internet, answer the following questions.

1 ) How often do you find that you stay on-line longer than you intended?
  Rarely
Occasionally
Frequently
Often
Always

2 ) How often do you neglect household chores to spend more time on-line?
  Rarely
Occasionally
Frequently
Often
Always

3 ) How often do you prefer the excitement of the Internet to intimacy with your partner?
  Rarely
Occasionally
Frequently
Often
Always

4 ) How often do you form new relationships with fellow on-line users?
  Rarely
Occasionally
Frequently
Often
Always

5 ) How often do others in your life complain to you about the amount of time you spend on-line?
  Rarely
Occasionally
Frequently
Often
Always

6 ) How often do your grades or school work suffer because of the amount of time you spend on-line?
  Rarely
Occasionally
Frequently
Often
Always

7 ) How often do you check your e-mail before something else that you need to do?
  Rarely
Occasionally
Frequently
Often
Always

8 ) How often does your job performance or productivity suffer because of the Internet?
  Rarely
Occasionally
Frequently
Often
Always

9 ) How often do you become defensive or secretive when anyone asks you what you do on-line?
  Rarely
Occasionally
Frequently
Often
Always

10 ) How often do you block out disturbing thoughts about your life with soothing thoughts of the Internet?
  Rarely
Occasionally
Frequently
Often
Always

11 ) How often do you find yourself anticipating when you will go on-line again?
  Rarely
Occasionally
Frequently
Often
Always

12 ) How often do you fear that life without the Internet would be boring, empty, and joyless?
  Rarely
Occasionally
Frequently
Often
Always

13 ) How often do you snap, yell, or act annoyed if someone bothers you while you are on-line?
  Rarely
Occasionally
Frequently
Often
Always

14 ) How often do you lose sleep due to late-night log-ins?
  Rarely
Occasionally
Frequently
Often
Always

15 ) How often do you feel preoccupied with the Internet when off-line, or fantasize about being on-line?
  Rarely
Occasionally
Frequently
Often
Always

16 ) How often do you find yourself saying "just a few more minutes" when on-line?
  Rarely
Occasionally
Frequently
Often
Always

17 ) How often do you try to cut down the amount of time you spend on-line and fail?
  Rarely
Occasionally
Frequently
Often
Always

18 ) How often do you try to hide how long you've been on-line?
  Rarely
Occasionally
Frequently
Often
Always

19 ) How often do you choose to spend more time on-line over going out with others?
  Rarely
Occasionally
Frequently
Often
Always

20 ) How often do you feel depressed, moody, or nervous when you are off-line, which goes away once you are back on-line?
  Rarely
Occasionally
Frequently
Often
Always

Scoring:

1 point for RARELY, 2 for OCCASIOANALY, 3 for FREQUENTLY etc.

  • 20-49 (You are an average on-line user. You may surf the Web a bit too long at times, but you have control over your usage.)
  • 50-79 (You are experiencing occasional or frequent problems because of the Internet. You should consider their full impact on your life.)
  • 80-100 (Your Internet usage is causing significant problems in your life. You should evaluate the impact of the Internet on your life and address the problems directly caused by your Internet usage.)
  • After you have identified the category that fits your total score, look back at those questions for which you scored an "Often” or "Always”. Did you realize this was a significant problem for you?

    For help, please print out your Internet Addiction test and score and share it with your doctor or therapist.

    Remember, this is NOT a diagnosis. Only a doctor or qualified mental health professional can make a diagnosis of any type of mental health problem and recommend treatments.


    The Internet Addiction Test (IAT) is adapted from Dr. Kimberley S. Young's book "Caught in the Net.” 1998. All rights reserved. For personal use only; other use may be prohibited by law.

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