The popular Negative Parent Test by IDR Labs is currently being taken by many TikTok users. This is how you can also take it.
Personality tests have recently gained popularity thanks to TikTok. The “let me psychoanalyze you” and the “5000 Character” tests have become very popular, and many users have posted their results on social media.
The most recent one to get widespread notice is the Poor Parent, a personality test that reveals how your personality has been impacted by your parents’ negative parenting behaviors.
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THE VIRAL NEGATIVE PARENT TEST: HOW TO TAKE IT
To take the personality test, go to the official IDR (Individual Differences Research) Labs website.
It is based on the research of Dr. John Philip Louis and his associates, who sought to determine whether people’s struggles with widespread destructive habits were a result of how their parents treated them.
The website also states that the feedback is given to establish a “clear clinical picture of the respondent’s present perceptions as to parenting” and that the test is clinically oriented.
WHAT EXACTLY IS THE TEST ABOUT?
The participant must select Agree or Disagree to respond to a set of 30 personal questions in the Negative Parent Test on IDR Labs. The solution doesn’t have to fall on either end of a spectrum.
Here are a few examples of statements that participants must agree with or disagree with.
When I was a child, my parents…
- Expected me to always give it my all.
- Felt awkward acting foolish and childish.
- Acted toward me as if I were illiterate, untalented, etc.
The questionnaire also includes the metrics of competitiveness, rejection, deprivation, controlling, overprotection, and punishment when presenting results.
USERS OF TIKTOK SHARE TEST RESULTS
Many TikTok users posted their outcomes online for their internet followers to see.
While displaying their results, they stitched a picture of themselves and their outcome with background music. For each parent, several users took the test more than once.