What do you really think about yourself?
What is your inner model of yourself? How many selves do you have in your head? What is the effect of others on your sense of self?
Find out and compare yourself to others!
This test takes about 10 minutes to complete.
1723 people have taken this test so far.
This test requires a large screen: it will work on a tablet or a laptop, but probably not on a phone.
Please read the following information carefully before proceeding.
Why we are doing this research: We are trying to understand how people think of themselves and how those self models differ across different demographics. This work will help us gather information on self models to better understand human intelligence, and guide Artificial Intelligence researchers to build more intelligent machines.
What you will have to do: You will be presented with a series of questions asking about various views of yourself. At the end of the study you will be able to compare your results to those of others. Your participation in this study is completely voluntary, and you may refuse to participate or withdraw from the study without penalty or loss of benefits to which you may otherwise be entitled.
Potential risks: There are no risks anticipated in taking part in this study and you are free to leave at any time without penalty or loss of benefits to which you are otherwise entitled.
Privacy: Your responses will be kept anonymous. We do not collect any information that could be used to directly establish your identity.
Duration: Approximately 10 minutes.
Whom to contact about your rights in this research, for questions, concerns, suggestions, or complaints that are not being addressed by the researcher, or research-related harm: Committee on the Use of Human Subjects in Research at Harvard University, 1414 Massachusetts Avenue, Second Floor, Cambridge, MA 02138.Phone: 617-496-2847 (CUHS). Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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By clicking the "I agree" button you confirm that you have read and understood the above and agree to take part in this research. Your participation is voluntary and you are free to leave the experiment at any time by simply closing the web browser.
You will be presented with a series of questions asking about your views of self. Please answer each question truthfully.
You will see a variety of question types, each with their own instructions. Please review the instructions on each page before answering the questions.
At the end, you will see how your responses align with prior psychological research and the responses of other participants.
One common distinction that psychologists have made for self-models is that of independent versus interdependent. Those with an independent self-model tend to view their individual traits and abilities as essential parts of their selves. Those with an interdependent self-model tend to view their relationships and memberships as essential to their selves.
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