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Antisocial Test




Antisocial Personality Disorder (ASPD) is a mental health condition characterised by persistent thoughts, emotions and behaviours that may be harmful to, or violate the rights of, other people. It is only diagnosed in adults (over 18) but usually stems from childhood, and individuals must have displayed some symptoms of Conduct Disorder (e.g. vandalising, lying, truancy) before the age of 15 for an official diagnosis.



The PDChat antisocial test is designed to help you understand whether you may have Antisocial Personality Disorder. Answer each question according to how much it describes you. Think of yourself as you generally are right now and not how you were or how you would like to be. Answer honestly for the most accurate result.
If you are logged in, you will be given the opportunity to save your results at the end of the test.



1.  I repeatedly lie to get what I want.






2.  I am indifferent to the feelings of those I hurt.






3.  I feel irritated most of the time.






4.  I have committed acts that are grounds for arrest.






5.  I believe that rules should not apply to me.






6.  I do not always pay back what I owe.






7.  I get a thrill from taking risks or putting others in danger.






8.  I often come into conflict with my superiors at work or tutors at college.






9.  I easily get bored.






10. I find it easy and fun to manipulate others.






11.  I am always looking for excitement or an adventure.






12. I enjoy the feeling of having control over another person.