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Psychodiagnostics and Psychotherapies

Why Psychological Testing Is Required

Psychological testing ó also called psychological assessment ó is the foundation of how psychologists better understand a person and their behavior. It is a process of problem solving for many professionals ó to try and determine the core components of a personís psychological or mental health problems, personality, IQ, or some other component. It is also a process that helps identifies not just weaknesses of a person, but also their strengths. Psychological testing is not a single test or even a single type of test. It encompasses a dozens of research-backed tests and procedures of assessing specific aspects of a personís psychological makeup. Some tests are used to determine IQ, others are used for personality, and still others for something else.

Psychological tests offer a formal way to measure traits, feelings, beliefs and abilities that can lead to people's problems. Some tests assess the presence of certain conditions, such as depression, anxiety, anger control or susceptibility to stress. Other tests measure general well being and provide an overall picture of a person's personality. A psychological testing is a standardized situation in which a personís behavior is sampled, observed and described.

Upon a referral for psychological testing, one should recognize that the intent is to gain a deeper, more complete understanding of the problem. Such a referral does not mean that the problem is particularly serious, difficult to understand or complex. It just means that additional information is needed before designing the best approach to address the problem. ďThe practice of psychiatry without the assistance of modern psychological testing is as old-fashioned and out-of-date as would be the practice of orthopedics without the X-ray.Ē Few tests named are as -

Adult ADD Screening Test

For helping to determine whether you have symptoms commonly associated with adult attention deficit disorder(ADHD/ADD).

Anxiety Screening Test

For helping to determine whether you have symptoms commonly associated with an anxiety disorder, such as panic disorder or generalized anxiety disorder.

Autism / Asperger's Test

For helping to determine whether you have symptoms commonly associated with an autism spectrum disorder, such as autism or Asperger's.

Bipolar Screening Test

For helping to determine whether you have symptoms commonly associated with bipolar disorder, also known as manic-depression.

Depression Test

For helping to determine whether you have symptoms commonly associated with depression, and to track your depressive feelings over time.

Mania Test

For helping to determine whether you have symptoms commonly associated with a manic episode (or mania, a part of bipolar disorder), and to track your manic feelings over time. Also, consider taking theBipolar Screening Quiz.

Eating Disorder Screening Test

A quick, 5-question screen for helping to determine whether you have symptoms commonly associated with an eating disorder, such as anorexiaor bulimia.

OCD Screening Test

For helping to determine whether you have symptoms commonly associated with adult obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).

PTSD Screening Quiz for Child Injury

For helping to determine whether you or your child have symptoms commonly associated withposttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Schizophrenia Screening Test

For helping to determine whether you have symptoms commonly associated with schizophrenia.

ADULT BEHAVIOUR CHECKLIST
ANALYSE YOURSELF

Read the following checklist carefully and mark your answers in "YES" or "NO".

01. I get along badly with my family Yes No
02. I accidently get hurt a lot Yes No
03. I am impulsive or act without thinking Yes No
04. I am mean to others Yes No
05. I am nervous or tense Yes No
06. I am self conscious and easily embarrassed Yes No
07. I am stubborn or irritable Yes No
08. I am too dependent on others Yes No
09. I am too forgetful Yes No
10. I am too impatient Yes No
11. I am too shy or timid Yes No
12. I argue a lot Yes No
13. I blame others for my problems Yes No
14. I brag Yes No
15. I break rules at work or elsewhere Yes No
16. I canít get my mind off certain thoughts Yes No
17. I cry a lot Yes No
18. I damage or destroy my things Yes No
19. I day dream a lot Yes No
20. I deliberately try to hurt or kill myself Yes No
21. I donít feel guilty after doing something I shouldnít Yes No
22. I donít get along with other people Yes No
23. I fail to finish things I should do Yes No
24. I feel confused or in fog Yes No
25. I feel dizzy or light headed Yes No
26. I feel lonely Yes No
27. I feel restless or fidgety Yes No
28. I feel that I have to be perfect Yes No
29. I feel tired without good reason Yes No
30. I feel worthless or inferior Yes No
31. I get in many fights Yes No
32. I have a speech problem Yes No
33. I have lot of physical problems without known medical causes Yes No
34. I have trouble concentrating or paying attention for long Yes No
35. I have trouble keeping a job Yes No
36. I have trouble making decisions Yes No
37. I have trouble making or keeping friends Yes No
38. I have trouble planning for the future Yes No
39. I have trouble sitting still Yes No
40. I have trouble sleeping Yes No
41. I hear sounds or voices that arenít actually present Yes No
42. I lack self- confidence Yes No
43. I lie or cheat Yes No
44. I sleep more than most other people during day/ or night Yes No
45. I stay away from my job even when Iím not sick or on vacation Yes No
46. I steal Yes No
47. I talk too much Yes No
48. I tend to lose things Yes No
49. I think about sex too much Yes No
50. I try to get a lot of attention Yes No
51. I use drugs Yes No
52. I use drugs for non medical purposes Yes No
53. I wish I were of opposite sex Yes No
54. I worry about my future Yes No
55. I worry about my relations with opposite sex Yes No
56. My mood swings between elation and depression Yes No
57. My relations with the opposite sex are poor Yes No
58. My work performance is poor Yes No
59. Parts of my body make nervous movements Yes No
If you have observed any of the above mentioned symptoms or more in yourself that is hindering your behaviour, personality, relationship, family or work, donít ignore. In future it may take ugly turn and might result into a severe problem, it requires Psychological Intervention.
For further assistance please feel free to contact:
ďPSYCHOLOGICAL WINGĒ
PRABAL DRUG DE- ADDICTION CENTRE AND PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL,
SP-21, SECTOR-C, CHETAN VIHAR COLONY,
(NEAR REGIONAL SCIENCE CENTRE)
ALIGANJ, LUCKNOW-20
PH NO: 09415102407.
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