Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) Test: OSDD Quiz

dissociative identity disorder test
dissociative identity disorder test
It takes only a couple minutes to complete the Dissociative Identity Disorder Test. This online test is designed to check the symptoms of Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), which is also known as split or multiple personality disorder (MPD).
Instruction: For each item, choose the answer most relevant to you
At times, I am unable to recall some important events of my life

Some places which should be familiar to me appear completely unknown and strange to me

I am in dialogue with alter ego

When I am alone, I talk out loud to myself

I behave and feel as two distinctly different people depending on the circumstance

While listening to someone talking I realize that I have not heard most or all of what was said

I find myself in places where I have no idea what I had been doing and how I got there

At times, I can't clearly distinguish my fantasies and dreams from real events

I find new things among my belongings which I can't recall getting

At times, I cannot recall the things I've done recently

I meet people that I don't know who call me by a different name and insist that they know me

I get the feeling as though I am watching myself from the outside

When I see my reflection in a mirror, I feel like I’m looking at a stranger

I have a feeling that the world around me is not real

At times, I have a feeling that my body does not belong to me

When recalling the things that happened to me in the past, I'm not sure whether they really happened or it was just my imagination

While listening to someone talking I realize that I have not heard most or all of what was said

The Dissociative Identity Disorder Test is only a screening tool for preliminary self-assessment and not designed for making a definitive diagnosis of Multiple Personality Disorder. If your test result indicates that you have split personality disorder, you will need a further professional evaluation to confirm the diagnosis.

Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) is a serious mental condition, which is characterized by identity fragmentation. People with Dissociative Identity Disorder have significant difficulties in integrating various aspects of their personal identity. DID sufferers can also experience a loss of memory and consciousness. This mental condition was previously referred to as Multiple Personality Disorder (or Split Personality Disorder). In 1994, DSM made by the American Psychiatric Association changed the name to Dissociative Identity Disorder and since then has characterized this as a dissociative type disorder rather than a personality disorder.