Psychology Tools is a free to use website dedicated to providing psychology professionals, students, and the general public with transparent access to academically validated psychological assessment tools. We strive to provide test, questionnaires, and assessments in the most streamlined format possible, through a simple interface coupled with automatic scoring.
We only use assessments derived from scholarly psychological journals which have a history of practical application. Our automatic scoring system is designed to save time, prevent human error, and demystify the scoring process. Our results include both raw scores and indicative score ranges wherever possible.
As BetterHelp Affiliate, Psychology Tools may receive compensation from BetterHelp or other sources if you purchase products or services through the links provided on this site.
We take the digital privacy of our users very seriously and strive to as transparent as possible about what data we collect and why we collect it.
We do not solicit, collect, nor retain any personally identifiable information from users. We do not collect or retain any records of test results in any way. Your results will never been seen by anyone other than yourself, and we provide no direct means for users to share their personal results. While we encourage visitors to share the instruments we offer with each other, we urge you exercise caution regarding disclosing personal information in any public medium.
While we do not collect any personally identifying information about individual users, we do use Google Analytics to receive anonymized statistics regarding web traffic on our pages in order to diagnose technical problems and improve resource allocation.
Psychology Tools implements a number of technologies designed to protect the privacy and integrity of your data when visiting our site.
- TLS/SSL Encryption (HTTPS) - TLS encryption protects your privacy when browsing online. The standard HTTP protocol transmits requests for pages, and the content of those pages, in clear text. This means that information can be intercepted by any of the many computers between you and Psychology Tools' servers. Optional SSL encryption was enabled for the entire site in . Due to the possible sensitive nature of the results of our tests, and in general support of a more secure internet, we have decided to turn on SSL encryption by default for all connections as of .
- Tor Onion Service - As of , we have begun beta tests related to offering the site as a Tor onion service, also known as a hidden service. This allows users the option to interact with our site over the tor network. Using this method will allow users to access the site in countries where it is blocked. It will also provide additional privacy safeguards in places where the internet is heavily monitored. Please note this implementation is still in it’s early stages and should not be used in circumstances where strongly negative consequences are a threat. You can access the onion service by visiting q4yv4muuviiwsag4m6bypay42c7ay3sgir2j4xbeu4a76qnxbq3sgwqd.onion using the Tor Browser.
We are not medical or psychiatric professionals. The information provided on this website is for educational and entertainment purposes only. The assessments on this website are not intended to diagnose any disease or condition and should not be solely relied on, even by mental health or health care professionals, for this or any similar purpose.
No one other than a trained mental health professional can diagnose or treat a psychological condition. If you have any concerns about your health, please talk to a professional. Please visit the Getting Help page for more information.
While the tests on this page are reproduced as faithfully as possible, we make no warranty as to their validity or accuracy. Tests may contain typos or errors in coding which may result in incorrect scores. The scoring ranges are averages and estimates which are not universally applicable. Only direct, personal interaction with a mental health professional can provide you with an accurate assessment of your symptoms.
Some of the questionnaires appearing on this site have been adapted from clinician-administered or third person assessments to self assessment type models. These adapted versions may not be as reliable since the symptoms of some psychological conditions, and human nature itself, often prevents objective assessment of one's own behavior.
Where parts of original works are incorporated into our tests, we will always provide citations to such works, which are the respective intellectual property of their authors, publishers, academic institutions of origin, other valid copyright holders. The portions of the original works on which the interactive and automatically scored tests featured on this website are used with the permission of the relevant copyright holder, are in the public domain, or are used in a manner consistent with 17 USC 107 of the Copyright Act.
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