The Anger Project (31 questions)
The Anger Project is a national survey intended to answer general questions about anger (e.g., frequency of anger experiences, typical provocations, consequences). The project also explores the impact of different demographics on anger experiences. I’ll give you your scores and provide you with information about how these scores compare to others who took the test.
Angry Cognitions Scale (54 questions)
The Angry Cognitions Scale (Martin & Dahlen, 2007) measures five types of angry thoughts: Overgeneralizing, Catastrophic Evaluating, Inflammatory Labeling, Misattributing Causation, and Demandingness. There’s also an Adaptive Thoughts Scale designed to measure those types of thoughts that are less likely to lead to maladaptive anger. I’ll give you your scores and provide you with information about how those scores compare to others who took the test.
Online Anger Consequences Questionnaire (12 questions)
Do you ever wonder if you vent online more than others? Do you ever ask yourself how you compare to others when it comes to sending angry emails, calling people names, or even using social networking sites as a way of getting revenge on people? Find out by taking the Online Anger Consequences Questionnaire, where you answer just 12 questions about how you express your anger online. We’ll give you your scores and provide you with information about how those scores compare to others who took the test.