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Take this Intermittent Explosive Disorder Test to find out your likelihood of having Intermittent Explosive Disorder (IED). Eleven items of this online test take only a couple of minutes to complete. 

INTERMITTENT EXPLOSIVE DISORDER TEST

Instruction: For each item, choose the answer most relevant to you

1. At times, I have sudden aggressive outbursts

2. My anger outbursts come almost instantly

3. My anger outbursts occur out of the circumstantial context

4. My anger outbursts occur when I’m in a normal or good mood

5. I burst with anger being provoked by minor, if any, disturbing things

6. When I’m getting angry I can control myself

7. During my anger outbursts I’m shouting, hitting or breaking objects

8. Bursting with anger, I engage in physical fights

9. Apart from my sudden anger outbursts, I’m usually not so irritable and aggressive person

10. Apart from my sudden aggressive outbursts, I can control of my emotions

11. My anger outbursts affect negatively my relationships

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If your test result indicates that you may have symptoms of Intermittent Explosive Disorder, you will need further evaluation to confirm the diagnosis. This online self-test is based on the diagnostic criteria of Intermittent Explosive Disorder (IED).
IED is one of the DSM-5 Disruptive, Impulse-Control, and Conduct Disorders. IED is characterized by impulsive and aggressive outbursts, which are usually not premeditated. These outbursts can be in form of verbal and/or physical aggression, and can lead to very disruptive behavior. 
Intermittent explosive disorder is most often diagnosed with depressive disorder, substance use and post-traumatic stress syndrome. Personality disorders, such as borderline personality disorder may also be comorbid with intermittent explosive disorder
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