The Penn State Worry Questionnaire was developed in 1990 by Meyer, Miller, Metzger, and Borkovec to serve as a tool to measure self-reporting of worrying. You will be asked to rate yourself on a scale of 1 (“not at all typical of me”) to 5 (“very typical of me”) for 16 questions.
There are no right or wrong answers. Do not spend too long on any one question.
This quiz is not intended to be a diagnostic tool, and you should talk to a mental health professional if you are worried about your results.
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