Taking a Depression Quiz can be a great way to determine your level of depression and whether or not you should seek professional help in diagnosing and curing the disorder to enable you to get back to your normal state of mind. We have partnered with the group at Depression-Quiz.net to give you multiple options on tests to take to determine if you are depressed and if so, to what degree. Please feel free to visit and participate in their tests if you feel this would assist you in better understanding your current level of depression.
1.) CES-D – Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale
This depressed test was created by Lenore Radloff of Utah State University. It is a 20-question test that helps measure your depressive symptoms by the feelings you have had in the past week.
2.) QIDS-SR – Quick Inventory of Depressive Symptomatology – Self-Report
This 16-question depressed test was created by researchers at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. It is based on 9 different criterion domains and measures 16 factors to determine a person’s level of major depression.
3.) Geriatric Depression Rating Scale
This depressed test is a 15-question test with all answers being “yes” or “no.” This depressed test helps to measure the level of depressive symptoms particularly in older people.
4.) K10 Test for Psychological Distress
Created by researchers in Australia, this 10-question depressed test helps to measure the level of psychological distress you are experiencing due to anxiety and depression that you have experienced in the last 4 weeks.