Category: self-testing

  • EASY POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER (PTSD) TEST

    EASY POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER (PTSD) TEST

    At times, individuals undergo experiences that are notably frightening, horrific, or traumatic. Examples include: a severe accident or fire, physical or sexual assault, physical or emotional abuse, natural disasters like an earthquake, war, terrorism, witnessing someone’s death by homicide or suicide, etc… If any of those situations apply to you, then we invite you to…

  • THE SELF-REGULATION QUESTIONNAIRE (SRQ)

    THE SELF-REGULATION QUESTIONNAIRE (SRQ)

    INSTRUCTIONS: Please answer the following questions by circling the response that best describes how you are. Please keep in mind that results do not provide a diagnosis, rather they only serve to help you identify areas where improvements can be made. All 63 items are answered on a 5-point Likert scale with the following scale…

  • THE EMOTIONAL EXPRESSIVITY SCALE (EES)

    THE EMOTIONAL EXPRESSIVITY SCALE (EES)

    INSTRUCTIONS People differ greatly in how openly they express their emotions. Some people are relatively stoic and impassive, rarely making their feelings obvious to those around them. Other people are more expressive, and provide many outward clues to how they are feeling. This 17-item measure of emotional expressivity assesses how emotionally expressive you are of…