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Happiness Quiz: How Happy are You?

QUIZ FACTS The Happiness Skills Quiz measures your “happiness skills” or habits. Based on your answers, you receive a brief report with guidance on how to improve your score. 76% of quiz takers who practice one of the 7 habits of happy people report feeling happier.

 

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  • This  Happiness Skills Quiz is based on thousands of scientific studies.
  • Pursuit-of-Happiness.org is a nonprofit organization. Our mission is to support your well-being and the scientific work behind that support. We will NOT distribute your information to a third party.
  • We are deeply grateful to the thousands of quiz takers who have encouraged us with a few kind words or suggestions.
 
About the quiz: We call this the “Happiness Skills Quiz,” instead of a depression or anxiety test, because you can take it to measure concrete life skills related to your happiness, and especially to learn how you can become happier. This quiz, which is based on hundreds of recent scientific studies, focuses on lifestyles and habits that strongly relate to long-term happiness or Psychological Well-Being.

About the science behind the quiz: Our psychological well-being is affected by three main factors, including our genetic make up, our environment, as well as our thoughts and actions or "life skills." The Happiness Skills Quiz is a psychology quiz inspired by recent discoveries in Positive Psychology and the so-called Science of Happiness, which provide new insight on how to build resilience to depression, and in many cases, how to fight and relieve depression and anxiety naturally. For more information on this exciting new field, please visit our pages on the Science of Happiness or take our course on the "Habits of Happy People: A Practical Guide."

About The Pursuit of Happiness: Pursuit-of-Happiness.org is a volunteer driven organization dedicated to teaching life skills to children around the world.  Recent scientific evidence shows that specific life skills, such as building close relationships, regular exercise, and reducing screen time, prevent depression and maintain wellbeing throughout the lifespan. Thanks to the heartfelt dedication of our volunteers and donors, about 5 million visitors, including faculty and students from 1,500 secondary schools, 2,500 universities, and representatives of more than 200 governmental organizations from around the globe, have accessed our educational resources, including lesson plans and web pages on the science of happiness and well-being.

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