Some examples of psychology tests that screen for depressive symptoms are available online are the Center for Epidemiological Studies Depression Scale and the K10 Test for Psychological Distress, according to Counselling Resource. A psychological test for substance abuse screening that is available online is the Drug Abuse Screening Test, reports the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction.
The Epidemiological Studies Depression Scale, also known as CES-D, is a 20-question psychological test that was developed in the 1970s by Lenore Radloff, explains Counselling Resource. It includes questions about depressive symptoms and how frequently the test-taker has experienced them in the week prior to testing. For people who get a score above 21, there is a possibly they have Major Depressive Disorder, although this test is not intended for clinical diagnosis.
The K10 Test for Psychological Distress screens for signs and symptoms of both depression and anxiety, reports Counselling Resource. It is a 10-question test that asks about a person's feelings in the past four weeks. Scores above 30 may indicate the presence of significant psychological distress due to anxiety or depression.
The Drug Abuse Screening Test, also known as DAST, is a 20-question self-report psychological instrument that is also available online, according to EMCDDA. Its format asks for yes or no responses to behaviors associated with drug use and addiction. People who score 16 or higher are likely to have significant substance abuse issues.