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Cool Psychological Test - Neurotic Tendencies

Posted by violette on June 23, 2010, at 15:08:15

You don't have to sign up or give an email or anything to get the results of the's a really interesting test to see what your possible neurotic tendencies may be:

My results:

Very High: Dependent
High: Schizotypal, Avoidant, Obsessive-Compulsive
Moderate: Paranoid, Borderline, Histrionic
Low: Schizoid, Antisocial, Narcissistic

I was surprised to see Dependent at the top. When I was answering the questions, I didn't see how my answers would indicate a higher level of dependent traits as opposed to other traits, although I recently learned that I had some dependent issues since being in psychotherapy.

If I took this test a couple of years ago, the results would be much different. Ten years ago, I probably would have been higher on narcissistic traits and low or lower on dependent, avoidant, and OCD...But I answered the test according to how I've felt over the past few months.

This isn't a diagnostic thing, but I was thinking of the results comparing with what I had learned about myself and psychology in general and it seems pretty accurate the more I thought about it and look into those characteristics. At least it seems pretty accurate how I've been lately in not being successful in my coping of high environmental stressors.

Maybe it would be useful for others to take. I'd be interested in what others think of their results. I'd taken similar tests online, alot of them are crap, but think this is the best one I've seen so far.





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