This histrionic personality disorder test reveals if you undergo any histrionic disorder symptoms or if your behavior is modified in any way. Below the form you can find an example result and more on this subject.
How does the histrionic personality disorder test work?
This personality tool reveals whether you might suffer from the histrionic disorder by using a test that covers some of the most common histrionic symptoms and signs.
The histrionic personality disorder test will return a percentage reflecting symptom presence, meaning how many relevant signs were chosen and then a symptoms status description by adding the symptoms significance.
Within sections 1 and 3 there are in total 16 questions with symptoms where users can answer shortly by YES or NO, while within sections 2 and 4 there are in total 16 short statements with signs of histrionic personality disorder behavior where users are allowed to check as many signs as they experienced.
Just answer the questions in the test to have a better view about yourself and your personality but remember at all times that this should NOT be considered as a substitute for any professional medical or mental assessment service.
Example of a result
Presence of symptoms: 25.00% - Mild Histrionic personality disorder
Based on your answers you seem to be undergoing mild levels of histrionic personality disorder. There are few important histrionic personality disorder related symptoms that bother you. The best advice would be to take a look at it and if you consider necessary you may search for a professional assessment of your mental health especially if what you are experiencing now seems to be getting worse in time. Please note that only a licensed professional has the authority to officially diagnose an individual with histrionic personality disorder symptoms.
What is the histrionic personality disorder?
Histrionic Personality Disorder often abbreviated as HPD can be defined as a personality disorder characterized by attention-seeking, inappropriate or seductive behavior in relation to others, extreme need for reassurance, high concern on physical appearance and lack of empathy for others. As occurrence, it is estimated to affect 1% of general population, although not all cases are officially diagnosed.
This is a mnemonic used to describe the most frequent signs and behaviors associated with HPD.
P= provocative behavior
R= relationship alteration
A= attention seeking
S= special discourse
E= emotional instability
M= make up, pretense
The table below presents other characteristics of the histrionic disorder:
|Severe mood swings||Patronizing behavior|