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Self Monitoring: Mental Health Assesment

Self Monitoring: Mental Health Assesment
Self Monitoring: Mental Health Assesment

Do you behave instinctively or do you regulate and actively change your behaviour? Find out the capacity for self-monitoring through our free test.


Learn More About Self Monitoring

Self monitoring is a personality trait that represents the degree to which you control the image you present to others in social situations.

It shows how much you monitor and control your behavior, expressive displays and self-presentations. The concept of self-monitoring was first introduced in the 1970s by Mark Snyder. People with low levels of self-monitoring try to present an image of themselves that is in tune with their inner attitudes, whereas people with higher levels of self-monitoring are skilled at altering their behavior and public appearance to conform to the demands of the situation. They change their behaviors to influence the kind of impression others have of them.


Instructions:

Be as honest as possible when answering the questions as that will provide you with the most accurate assessment of your level of Self – Monitoring. Read every statement carefully and indicate which option applies best to you.

Approx time – 5 minutes
No. of questions – 10