This antisocial personality disorder test assesses to what degree you might suffer from an antisocial condition that could affect your behavior. Check more on this subject and even an example result below the form.

Section 1 of 4

Instruction: Please answer to all questions!

Do you consider yourself much more important, smarter or more intelligent than everybody around you (friends, work group, even family)?

Do you have difficulties understanding social and ethical rules and being respectful in this regard so that you often experience social conflicts and reproaches?

Does if often happen to you to break rules that bring you in the position to break law's limits?

Do you often tend to use aliases just to hide your real identity?

Were there many times when you could be accused by deceitfulness, but you managed to hide the truth tactfully?

Do you often lie without restraint just to get what you want?

Do you have no retaining in conning others just to achieve what you want?

Do you often act impulsively without even considering you could hurt or cause problems of any nature to people around you?

Section 2 of 4

Instruction: Please check all of the sentences below that apply to you!

Section 3 of 4

Instruction: Please answer to all questions:

Do you tend to make plans for short time periods because basically short gains motivates you?

When people around criticize you about being aggressive, disrespectful or hypocrite to you tend to ignore them and go on with your behavior?

Do you tend to get irritated when somebody tries to argue that you are wrong?

Do you tend to ignore the fact that you need to behave such way to ensure your safety as well as others safety?

Do you often "forget" that you should pay back money to people that lend them to you?

Do often people around accuse you of being irresponsible (work, friends, even family)?

In general you tend to believe that people around you do not have feelings?

Do you consider that ONLY what interests you is important?

Section 4 of 4

Instruction: Please check all of the sentences below that apply to you!

Disclaimer: Please note that only a licensed medical professional has the authority to officially diagnose an individual with Antisocial Personality Disorder. This test should NOT be considered a substitute for any professional mental health service.

How does this antisocial personality disorder test work?

This is a quick personality test that helps you figure out if you have experienced antisocial personality disorder symptoms, and at what level you have confronted with it so far. The assessment is organized in 4 sections, within sections 1 and 3 there are 16 survey type questions while in sections 2 and 4 you will be presented with some statements from which you need to choose those you feel apply best to your situation.

The antisocial personality disorder test calculates a percentage of antisocial signs meaning how many antisocial symptoms were chosen and then a status description by adding the symptoms significance.

You should note that the above test is NOT to be considered a substitute for any professional medical/mental health service.

Example message

Presence of antisocial personality disorder symptoms: 31.25% - Mild antisocial personality disorder

Based on your answers you seem to be undergoing mild levels of antisocial personality disorder. There are few important antisocial personality disorder related symptoms that bother you. The best advice would be to take a look at it and if you consider necessary you may search for a professional assessment of your mental especially if what you are experiencing now seems to be getting worse in time. Please note that only a licensed professional has the authority to officially diagnose an individual with antisocial personality disorder symptoms.

The antisocial personality disorder

This can be defined as a pattern of inappropriate social behavior or actions of an individual, that are governed by thoughts, feelings and beliefs that prove disregard for other people’s rights and feelings. An individual suffering from this mental disorder is often called a sociopath.

Causes are said to be strongly related to genetic inheritance and social environmental factors and although some individuals display signs of the condition from childhood, for instance through violent behavior towards animals or other children, lack of empathy and frequent lying, most are diagnosed in their 20s or 30s.

There is an interesting difference to make as the typical signs of this disorder overlap to an extent with those of other mental illnesses such as schizophrenia or mania. However, in those cases, behavior exhibited remains in the boundaries of the episode whilst in antisocial disorder it is the basis of the every day actions of the individual.

Antisocial disorder symptoms

Few of the most common signs of antisocial personality are:

  • Inflated self esteem image
  • Lack of empathy towards other people
  • Disregard for social rules, laws and ethical behavior
  • Lack of shame or guilt
  • No restraint in lying or trying to exploit others
  • Unable to accept blame
  • Dishonesty, permanent resorting to manipulation
  • Ability to stay calm in critical situations
  • Tolerance to high risk or dangerous behaviors
  • Impulsiveness and aggression
  • Violent and abusive behavior
  • Irresponsible and risk taking behavior
  • Inability to learn from mistakes or understand consequences


For this condition, diagnosis is based on a psychological assessment of the adult and follows certain criteria of repeated offensive behavior such as breaking the law, aggressiveness, deceit or irresponsibility coupled with lack of remorse or empathy. Men are said to be more affected than women and the condition is often coupled with substance abuse.

In some cases, the diagnosis might include a physical exam, a blood count test and other examination to eliminate the possibility that the symptoms are related to something else.

02 Apr, 2015