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Self-assessment of your stress level

This test is called the Perceived Stress Scale and was published by psychologist Sheldon COHEN and his colleagues in 1983. It is the most widely used test in psychological research to assess how well a person perceives overall situations in their life. life as stressful.

The scale consists of 10 simple questions asking you to indicate how often you have felt or thought in the way described during the past month.

This test in no way serves as a diagnosis, it simply provides a basis for reflection and information on this subject. If stress has a negative impact on you, get help from a professional.

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