For Emotional Stability Skills Test

How well can a person handle negative thoughts and emotions in stressful situations, and how quickly do you rebound from setbacks?

Time
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20 min

Questions
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20

Level
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intermediate

Language
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English

Type
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Situational judgment

Suitable for
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Office and Management Roles

Areas of Use
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Hiring success rate

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77% hiring better

Test Used

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12257 times

Summary

The Hirenest Emotional Stability Skills Test uses everyday situations that people may encounter in a workplace setting to evaluate their responses. The test features 20 engaging scenarios designed to assess a candidate's ability to manage negative thoughts and emotions in stressful situations, as well as their ability to recover quickly from stress.

Covered Skills

Manages Thoughts and Emotions
Recovers Quickly From Stressful Experiences

Why Measure Emotional Stability?

“Emotional stability” refers to a person's ability to remain emotionally stable and balanced, withstand the perfect storm that life throws at them, and still be productive and capable through it.

Emotionally stable people may be able to remain composed under stress, maintain even moods, and cope with feelings of guilt, worry, or loneliness quickly and easily. People who are emotionally unstable may be unable to maintain equilibrium under pressure, lack the ability to adjust to unpleasant emotions and deal with unexpected problems, may be irritable, and require constant help to complete day-to-day tasks.

Emotional stability may have two dimensions: (1) response threshold and (2) recovery time.

The response threshold describes how easily someone experiences intense negative emotions when faced with stressful events. The ease with which these emotions are felt may reflect a low or high threshold, which may indicate the person's ability to determine the most effective response when thinking about or when experiencing the event that triggered the intense negative emotions.

The recovery time describes how quickly someone can recover from a stressful experience. The time necessary for recovery is related to resilience. Following a stressful event, one may experience a short or long recovery period, which may indicate the person’s ability to determine the most effective response when having to adjust to the changing demands of the stressful experience and recover swiftly.

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