Updated: Aug 13, 2019
Everyone wants greater self-awareness. When we've become self-aware, our lives seem to make more sense. Forming a deeper understanding of yourself will benefit not only your mental health but also your physical health, lifestyle choices, work, relationships, motivation, and so much more. How can we do this?
One way to gain self-awareness is to actively seek it through self-discovery! Discover more about yourself, become aware of your inner workings with any/all of the following psychology and mental health tests, quizzes, questionnaires, and assessments below!
Please note, Rose-Minded does not substitute professional advice, opinions, or diagnosis. Always speak to a professional or trusted friend if you have any concerns about your mental or physical health. Some of these tests are based on scientific evidence and will have an asterisk next to them(*) so readers know which tests are research-backed.
Grab your journal and a pencil, or some other way to record your results. Be sure to favorite this page on your laptop, phone, or wherever you browse the internet. Come back to this page to take new quizzes or share tests with your friends!
70+ Psychology and Mental Health Quizzes to Increase Your Self-Awareness
Some of the most popular personality quizzes include:
- Take any of the 3 personality quizzes here
Many people don't know there are multiple categories of intelligence they could fall into. There are 9 different types of intelligence and 4 different types of learning, click here* to find out which types you are!
Psych Central created a new, 'scientifically designed' test to score where your sanity falls on the scale of insane to sane.
ADD & ADHD Test
If you've read my bio in 'About Rose-Minded' you know I've been a behavior therapist. My clients were very young but bright, playful individuals who taught me so much about Autism, Down's Syndrome, Asperger's, and human behavior. They always have a special place in my heart!
S. Baron-Cohen, S. Wheelwright, R. Skinner, J. Martin and E. Clubley, (2001) The Autism Spectrum Quotient (AQ) : Evidence from Asperger Syndrome/High Functioning Autism, Males and Females, Scientists and Mathematicians Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 31, 5-17. All rights reserved.
RAADS-14-Screen, developed by JM Eriksson, LM Andersen & S Bejerot is an abridged version of Ritvo Autism and Asperger Diagnostic Scale-Revised (RAADS-R); Ritvo et al, J Autism Dev Disord. 2011;41:1076-89.
Eating Disorder Survey
- Sleep Quiz*
This test is meant to assess whether you may have symptoms associated with being a psychopath or sociopath. This test does not determine whether you are or are not a psychopath or sociopath. It can help inform you of certain psychopathic behaviors that may raise concerns; if you have any questions or concerns speak to a professional or loved one right away.
Have you ever wondered exactly how stressed you really are? I definitely have.
A couple years ago, I found out in one of my earlier psychology courses how stressed different aspects of my life were making me. Take either or both of the stress tests below to find out exactly how stressed you are!
- Stress Test*
Need to talk to someone? There are people available 24/7 at the National Suicide Prevention Hotline who are ready to listen and offer resources and empathy. I used to volunteer for a hotline myself and I learned the raw, darker side of the human psyche and our society today.
Call them whenever, you aren't alone. Confidential help is available to you for free: 1-800-273-8255
Romantic Relations Test
Attachment Style Quiz
The main attachment styles covered in this test are Secure, Anxious-Ambivalent, Dismissive-Avoidant, Fearful-Avoidant, Dependent, and Codependent. Find out what your style is and how it affects your relationships by taking this test, Relationship Attachment Style Test.
Attention Span Test
Mental Speed Quiz
Arguing Style Quiz
Emotional Intelligence Test
Motivation and Needs Quiz
Social Skills Test
There are multiple jealousy tests, separated by romantic preference to be specific to a variety of people's lifestyles:
Team Roles Quiz
Locus of Control Test
"A locus of control orientation is a belief about whether the outcomes of our actions are contingent on what we do (internal control orientation) or on events outside our personal control (external control orientation)." (Zimbardo, 1985, p. 275)
Take a handful of quizzes each week to pace yourself, recording your responses and results as you go. Your action and intention of self-discovery won't go unrewarded! You'll become more and more self-aware over a few weeks' time and reap the benefits of getting to know yourself.
Self-discovery leads to self-awareness. Self-awareness leads to motivation. This type of motivation leads to genuine, long-lasting personal development. Click on any of the boxes below for more personal development resources on Rose-Minded!