The Deenz Anger Issues Scale is a psychological self-assessment developed by Deen Mohd. It is designed to help you assess your level of anger and determine whether you may have anger issues.
This self-test consists of 15 questions related to feelings, behaviors, and triggers. Read each question carefully and provide appropriate responses.
The Anger Issues Test (DRD-AIS15©) was developed by Deen Mohd, who conducted research on anger management and anger issues. The scale was created for educational purposes, aiming to determine the presence of anger issues among the population and identify any potential problems that may contribute to difficulties in managing anger.
How accurate is this self-assessment?
Anger is a natural emotional response that everyone experiences from time to time, but if you experience anger in an alarming mode and have difficulty calming down, you may ask yourself if you may have anger issues. The anger issues scale provides you with insights into your anger patterns and helps you identify any potential problems that may contribute to difficulty managing your anger.
The accuracy of this psychological self-assessment for anger issues depends on various factors such as how honestly and accurately you responded to the questions provided in the test. The Deenz Anger Issues Test has shown a high level of reliability in our research data.
However, self-tests are not considered accurate for the diagnosis of anger issues. If you are concerned with your anger issues, you should seek professional help for a proper diagnosis and to determine whether you may need treatment.
Who is eligible to take this self-assessment?
If you are under the age of 13, you must take Deen’s child anger issues test designed specifically for children aged 13.
Everyone can experience anger issues, but the manifestation of anger can differ between genders. For example, men can express their anger aggressively or may be physically violent, while women may hide their anger or express it in a passive-aggressive way.
However, this test has shown accuracy in both men and women, so there is no need to provide separate self-tests on a gender basis.
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