List of tests:
Week 3 Jan:
22. Typing Test!
21. Logic and lateral puzzles: http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...09-post48.html
13. Longevity Test
And a quick online test for symptoms of depression. Note it is not meant to replace a real diagnosis, but I hope it can help some recognise some symptoms and stop / seek aid before things get worse.
14. Online Depression Test
15. How fast do you read.
16. How good are you with words?
17. Handwriting ( And I'm free from analyses!)
18. Catch the eggs from the rabid chicken
19. Texas shoot-out
20. Paper aeroplane!. <- This baby's my favourite time-waster for the week.
Week 1 Jan:
1. Lumosity (Cognitive processes - attention, memory, processing speed/math):
Lumosity - iq_tests:index
2. Sheep! (reaction time):
3. Colours (perceptions, right/left brain, reaction time):
4. The Room:
5. Ronald Hoeflin's Power Test removed. aelan forgot to save the answers. Sorry nightning, Wandering.
6. musical memory
7. Optical illusions
8. gender stereotypes
And fun time with some classic games:
10. Smash the Froggie
11. The New Pacman
12. Or if you're sympathetic to the Pacman ghoulies, this is for you:
That's it for week 1.
*Moved from the Lumosity test thread to avoid burial under rabid sheep tranquilisers and what-nots*
I dig out wonderful/weird/silly games & tests periodically like the Lumosity one. Am interested in different tests beyond forced choices, where results are harder to fake, or which give a new perspective of things.
But the idea of creating & monitoring a new thread for every test makes it a bit like sheperding wild munkees, especially if I go at a rate of a test a week. So. . . here goes a trial. . I'm thinking of posting up a different test/game each week that caught my eye (Note if this doesn't work, I'm just going to create a new thread per test then, mods).
I'd like to know:
1) how everyone who plays did
2) how pt beats the system each time *chuckles*
3) how valid a test do you think it is / what does it measure.
I'm guessing this one tests recognition, perception and reaction. Site would require flash and a login. Was searching for something like it after that discussion on N disorders .
Specifically, was intrigued by Synesthesia/Chromagraphemia which wildcat/htb/Pink experience. I'm trying to figure out if the dissociation experienced is somewhat like how we see it in this test. If they pop in here, could they answer that?
At the very least, I think this is a good test of right-brain-ness(?) - harder to fake too.
P.S: the lower the score, the better