On Line psychometric tests

Depression Anxiety Stress Scale


The DASS test is a psychometric test designed by Peter F. Lovibond (University of New South Wales a Sydney).
The DASS is a 42-item self report instrument designed to measure the three related negative emotional states of depression, anxiety and tension/stress.
Here a release for mobile phone and tablet (versione in italiano,Portuguese).

Instructions:

For each item you may answer as follows: Choose A,B,C,D according to your mood in the last week.
Don't take too much time to answer.

Data form:
Nickname Gender
The data collected in this form will be used only to calculate the test result and for statistical analisys aimed at scientific studies.
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N. Item list Aswers
A B C D
1 I found myself getting upset by quite trivial things.
2 I was aware of dryness of my mouth.
3 I couldn't seem to experience any positive feeling at all.
4 I experienced breathing difficulty (eg, excessively rapid breathing,breathlessness in the absence of physical exertion).
5 I just couldn't seem to get going.
6 I tended to over-react to situations.
7 I had a feeling of shakiness (eg, legs going to give way).
8 I found it difficult to relax.
9 I found myself in situations that made me so anxious I was most relieved when they ended.
10 I felt that I had nothing to look forward to.
11 I found myself getting upset rather easily.
12 I felt that I was using a lot of nervous energy.
13 I felt sad and depressed.
14 I found myself getting impatient when I was delayed in any way(eg, elevators, traffic lights, being kept waiting).
15 I had a feeling of faintness.
16 I felt that I had lost interest in just about everything.
17 I felt I wasn't worth much as a person.
18 I felt that I was rather touchy.
19 I perspired noticeably (eg, hands sweaty) in the absence of high temperatures or physical exertion.
20 I felt scared without any good reason.
21 I felt that life wasn't worthwhile.
22 I found it hard to wind down.
23 I had difficulty in swallowing.
24 I couldn't seem to get any enjoyment out of the things I did.
25 I was aware of the action of my heart in the absence of physical exertion (eg, sense of heart rate increase, heart missing a beat)
26 I felt down-hearted and blue.
27 I found that I was very irritable.
28 I felt I was close to panic.
29 I found it hard to calm down after something upset me.
30 I feared that I would be "thrown" by some trivial but unfamiliar task.
31 I was unable to become enthusiastic about anything.
32 I found it difficult to tolerate interruptions to what I was doing.
33 I was in a state of nervous tension.
34 I felt I was pretty worthless.
35 I was intolerant of anything that kept me from getting on with what I was doing.
36 I felt terrified.
37 I could see nothing in the future to be hopeful about.
38 I felt that life was meaningless.
39 I found myself getting agitated.
40 I was worried about situations in which I might panic and make a fool of myself.
41 I experienced trembling (eg, in the hands).
42 I found it difficult to work up the initiative to do things.