Coulrophobia Test – Fear of Clowns

Coulrophobia Test
Coulrophobia Test

Here's a self-assessment test for Coulrophobia, also known as the fear of clowns:

How do you feel when you see a clown, either in person, on TV, or in pictures?

Do you experience physical symptoms like sweating, trembling, or heart palpitations when you see a clown?

Does the fear of clowns interfere with your daily activities or personal relationships?

Do you avoid places or situations where you might encounter clowns?

Do you feel a sense of imminent danger or doom when you're around clowns?

Do you spend a lot of time worrying about coming into contact with clowns?

Do you find it difficult to control your fear when you're around clowns?

Has your fear of clowns persisted for six months or longer?

DISCLAIMER This test is not a diagnostic tool and should not be used for self-diagnosis or as a substitute for professional help. If you're feeling distressed or if your behaviors are interfering with your daily life, please seek help from a professional healthcare provider or counselor.