The Cognitive Styles Test measures 13 irrational styles of thinking that can create or contribute to life problems including
depression, anxiety, anger, relationship difficulties, motivational issues.
This test provides information to help you learn about yourself and to work on self-improvement. Sometimes you will be provided links to self-help articles at ExcelAtLife.com that are written by a licensed psychologist and are based upon cognitive-behavioral therapy methods.
Irrational thinking refers to the concept from cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) that problem behavior and many symptoms of stress occur due to our thought process. By learning about your irrational thinking you can learn to change it.
To fully understand this test it is important to read the articles about CBT that are provided on this site.
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