FREE Schizophrenia online test

Welcome to your Free Schizophrenia Online Test

Kindly complete the questionnaire so that we can evaluate your condition according to the options you select.

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 Scoring Options


This measure is valid using a number of different scoring methods. We have highlighted three scoring methods that we believe to be the most useful.


Option 1:


One method of scoring the LSC-R is to simply give one point to each positively endorsed stressor (the numbered questions), count up the total, and assign an overall Life Stressor score to each participant. The scores range from 0-30.


Option 2:


The second option is to score the LSC-R by assigning weights to the person’s endorsed life stressors. This score, ranging from 0-150, reflects a person’s subjective rating of how a life stressor affected the person’s life in the past year. Each positively endorsed life stressor would be assigned points ranging from 1-5 according to the marked number in lettered question “e.”


Option 3:


This method identifies the person’s number of positively endorsed life stressors that reflect the DSM-IV Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Criteria A for having experienced a traumatic event. Points are assigned only when a life stressor is positively endorsed as well as questions “c” and “d,” reflecting the DSM-IV criteria for experiencing a traumatic life event. You will notice that options c and d are only available for selected questions as appropriate for DSM-IV criteria. Some researchers have found it useful to use this scoring option in conjunction with Option 1, where there is a score for high magnitude stressors (criteria A stressors) and low magnitude stressors (other significant stressful events).
LSC-



1. Have you ever been in a serious disaster (for example, an earthquake, hurricane,large fire, explosion)?

I believe others control what I think or feel.
I have little or no interest in doing things.
I think I have special or magical powers that no one else has.
My thinking feels cloudy and confused.
There are voices or people inside my head that talk to me and that no one else can hear.
I know others are out to get me or plotting against me.
I prefer to be alone.
I, or others, believe that my behavior is really abnormal. Sometimes I feel slow or sped up.
Sometimes I'm talking to the people or voices in my head, but others think I'm taking to myself.