Cognitive Bias Questionnaire - CBQ
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The CBQ screens for 5 thinking-related distortions that can result in labeling non-exceptional experiences as psychic. This leads to confusion and disappointment when trying to control, stop, or enhance. The higher the score, the more likely the chance of mislabeling. Questions: 14
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- Catastrophising 0%
- Dichotomous Thinking 0%
- Emotional Reasoning 0%
- Intentionalising 0%
- Jumping to Conclusions 0%
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If your score was 0% for all categories:
- The likelihood of mislabeling normal experiences as exceptional experiences is very, very low. In fact, you may actually be labeling some expectational experiences as simply being normal experiences.
If your score was 1% or more, but less than 33% for a category:
- You may be mislabeling a few experiences. We recommend taking other assessments and courses related to “Cognitive Biases” to help sort things out.
If your score was more than 33%:
- You may be mislabeling quite a few experiences. We recommend taking other assessments and courses related to “Cognitive Biases” to help sort things out.
If your score was near or exactly 66%:
1. QuestionImagine that you are walking down the street when you hear your name being called, but when you look around you don’t see anybody. I am most likely to think:
Imagine your food tastes different from usual. I am most likely to think:
3. QuestionImagine you have a really bad pain in your head. I am most likely to think:
4. QuestionImagine you are sitting at home and suddenly you feel very odd. I am most likely to think:
5. QuestionImagine that you are on a train when you suddenly have a strong feeling you have been there before. I am most likely to think:
6. QuestionImagine you are watching television, and suddenly the screen goes blank. I am most likely to think:
7. QuestionImagine you are waiting in a cafe for an acquaintance to arrive, and you suddenly feel a strange shivery feeling inside. I am most likely to think:
8. QuestionImagine you think you see a shadowy figure moving across the wall of an empty room. I am most likely to think:
9. QuestionImagine you are listening to the radio and suddenly there is crackling interference. I am most likely to think:
10. QuestionImagine that you are sitting on a train, and you think you can hear two people behind you talking about you. When you look round they are reading their papers and not talking to each other. I am most likely to think:
11. QuestionImagine you a reading a newspaper or magazine, and you read an article which has some special relevance to you. I am most likely to think:
12. QuestionImagine that one evening you are sitting at home alone when a door suddenly slams by itself in another room. I am most likely to think:
13. QuestionImagine someone you know calls you just as you were thinking about them. As you pick up the phone you suddenly realize you are feeling upset. I am most likely to think:
14. QuestionImagine you are walking down the road when you suddenly notice a careers poster which seems to stand out from your surroundings. I am most likely to think:
15. QuestionImagine you are dozing on the sofa in front of the TV and you suddenly wake up startled. I am most likely to think: