- 20 Questions - by: Ashley Fleeman - Developed on:
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Believe it or not, depression and misery are two different things. In depression, certain symptoms last over two weeks. Misery can be a temporary spurt of depression that lasts maybe a day or two. Take this test to see if you are just miserable or are actually depressed.
- Time limit: t < 10 min - by: Madeline - Updated on: 2002-11-15 - Developed on:
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Twenty-five questions that determine whether or not your sad moods are serious enough to warrant professional intervention, designed by a person with serious depression. Prolonged episodes of sadness are serious, but are all too often overlooked as being "just a mood." Check each question if you feel that it has applied at least twice in the past month.
- 18 Questions - by: Karen - Developed on:
- 39,656 takers
The items below refer to how you have been during the past week. For each statement, choose the answer that best fits for you. This scale, although a professional test, is for your entertainment only and is not to be used as a diagnostic tool or in lieu of professional help.http://www.psych-net.com