This page under construction. Coming soon will be various kinds of measurements and scales, as well as fun and helpful self-assessment tools. While you're waiting for these, try the link below for measuring variables.
Paired Comparison Worksheet
Let's say you aren't sure where you'd like to go on vacation. You can make a list of factors to consider for your next vacation such as "tropical," "night life", "relaxation", "adventure," etc. Using the Paired Comparisons worksheet you can measure the importance of each factor against the other, and therefore, be able to rank your factors from most to least important.
If you're single and wanting to measure the qualities you find important in a potential partner, you can list the qualities and then use the worksheet to rank them from most to least important.
This worksheet is interesting because it provides a method of ranking or prioritizing subjective factors. It's fun! Try it out!
Beck Anxiety Inventory Click here to download an instrument to measure anxiety
Burns Depression Inventory measures depression
Measuring choices or variables
Stress Scale for Adults
Stress Scale for Youth
Meyers Briggs A personality indicator