Remember! Any tests or measures are used purely as examples of different forms of measurement used within the history of psychology and should not be considered diagnostic in any way.
Tests used in Psychological research
- Rotter’s (1966) Locus of Control Scale (short version)
- Self-Efficacy rating
- The Holmes and Rahe (1967) Social Readjustment Scale
- Growth or Fixed Mind Set (Dweck)
Do you have a growth or fixed mind set (you don’t need to but the book at the end of the test)
Cognitive tests on Memory and Perception
- The Stroop Effect (1935) Colour/Word Confusion test
- Cognitive Psychology; Short Term Memory
- Cognitive Psychology; Spatial memory test
- Cognitive Psychology; Number memory test
- Logical thinking
- Human benchmark; Reaction test
- Reaction test; What is the correlation between your reaction time and age?
- Kevin Dutton’s Psychopathy test
- Can you differentiate between different facial expressions
- Parapsychology – Test your levels of Extra Sensory Perception
How the statistical data generated from the above test is explained from the source site
- Can a computer read your mind?
Bias of attribution
- The Psychology of attribution of bias from accent
- The Psychology of ‘resting’
- Eye tracking perception