Steps and Instructions
The questionnaire consists of 52 multiple-choice questions, to which you can answer as "never" to "always".
This test is designed to give you deeper insights into your personality traits and the extent of distress they may be causing to your interpersonal relationships. This test is to identify Narcissistic traits and to validate the extent of their affect.
One of the dictionary meanings of Narcissism is, an excessive interest in or admiration of oneself and one's physical appearance. Narcissism is extreme involvement in one’s own self to the degree that it makes them ignore the needs of those around them. While all of us may show basic level narcissistic behavior, a narcissist disregards others and their feelings. They also do not understand the effect that their behavior has on other people. Essentially, Narcissism is a personality trait but it can also be a part of a personality disorder. Narcissism is not 'good' or 'bad', it depends on the context. In certain situations where social relationships need to be initiated and maintained, traits such as feeling good about oneself are helpful. It is healthy narcissism, it becomes pathological when such a pattern becomes pervasive.
- Disclaimer: Please note that this test is NOT a substitute for a clinical diagnosis, which can be done only by a qualified and trained mental health professional after thorough assessments.
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