Our confidence assessment is easy to take, but make no mistake—it's a sophisticated assessment that is based on a variety of existing psychological surveys, and some critical new questions.
It was created with the help of Dr. Richard Petty, of The Ohio State University, Dr. Kenneth DeMarree of the University at Buffalo, and Dr. Pablo Briñol at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. It's the first survey of its kind to attempt to broadly measure confidence in women, and in the long run, we are hoping the data will yield important information about other factors that might impact confidence—such as income, geography, ethnicity and age.
The survey will also start to examine the links between self-esteem and confidence. It won't take long: 5 - 7 minutes. You'll not only learn how you stack up, and what you can do about it, but you'll also be contributing to a cutting edge research project. That knowledge alone should give you a confidence boost.
During this quiz you will be asked to respond to a variety of questions. Some may seem obscure. There is a method to all of this—don't worry. Feel free to guess if you don't know the exact answer. It is important that you not consult external sources (don't cheat if you want valid feedback!). Please keep in mind that the final section of this assessment is to help with demographic research and is not an attempt to gather personal information.
Thanks for your participation!
Claire & Katty
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