Adolescent Mental Health Anger Management Quiz

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Adolescent Mental Health Anger Management Quiz - Quiz

Would you like to take this adolescent mental health anger management quiz? Teenagers go through a lot with school and responsibilities at home, but one thing that makes adolescence and growing up so much more difficult is the fact that puberty has your hormones all over the place. Your body is changing, and it can be a frustrating time, which can lead to moments of aggression if your anger isn’t properly taken care of. Let’s identify your anger management style in this quiz.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    While at lunch, a student who you do not know well comes up to you and wrongfully accuses you of spreading a rumor about their significant other at school. You:

    • A.

      Tell this person that you did not start or spread the rumor. Later on, at home, you start a rumor about them on Form-spring.

    • B.

      Raise your voice at this person and say that they are stupid for thinking that you would care about them or their significant other to even spread a rumor.

    • C.

      Tell them you are sorry to hear that a rumor has been started and suggest they talk to an adult.

    • D.

      Tell them to shut up and stop lying.

  • 2. 

    It's Saturday evening, and you have plans to go to the movies with your friends. However, your parents just grounded you because you are failing science. You:

    • A.

      Stomp up the stairs to your room and refuse to talk to your parents for the rest of the weekend. You text your friends about how your parents “ just don’t get it.”

    • B.

      You get into an argument with them, yelling about how unjust this punishment is. Your parents then ground you for another week.

    • C.

      Tell your parents that you think the grounding is unfair, but ask if you can talk about a way to hang out with your friends tomorrow if you finish some of the incomplete work for the science class.

    • D.

      Get angry and don't behave properly with your parents.

  • 3. 

    You had plans with your boyfriend/girlfriend after school, but they did not meet up with you. It is now 8 pm, and they call you. You:

    • A.

      Ask them if everything is OK and that you were worried when you did not hear from them.

    • B.

      Don’t answer the phone…that will teach them not to stand you up.

    • C.

      Answer the phone and immediately yell at them for ditching you.

    • D.

      Pick up the call and say, "Just don't call me ever again."

  • 4. 

    A person bumps into you in the hallway, knocking your books on the ground. You:

    • A.

      Take notice of who they are and discretely trip them in the hall the next day.

    • B.

      Yell, "watch it, you jerk!" at them as they walk past.

    • C.

      Nothing, you are sure it was an accident. You pick up your books and move along.

    • D.

      Start a brawl with that person to teach him a lesson.

  • 5. 

    You log onto your Facebook, and while looking at some friend's pages, you find a nasty comment written about you. You:

    • A.

      Show the comment to your parents and then call your friend and ask if you talk about what you saw.

    • B.

      Go onto form-spring and start a rumor about them.

    • C.

      Post a nasty comment on their Facebook, text them a nasty comment, then get into a physical fight with them at school the next day.

    • D.

      Ask your friend why he did it.

  • 6. 

    During the passing period, a student approaches you and starts to call you names, and pushes you. You previously had a run-in with this student at the beginning of the year. You:

    • A.

      Fight back. This obviously wasn’t solved the last time you tried to talk it out.

    • B.

      Ask them to stop and try to find an adult to help you mediate the problem.

    • C.

      Get out of the fight, but then, later on, send a text message about how they better not try to mess with you again.

    • D.

      Just tell that person to be respectful towards you and stop being rude.

  • 7. 

    Your teacher gives you and two of your friends lunch detention because he says you were distracting others during group work in class. While he is discussing the reasons for the detention with you, you:

    • A.

      Laugh and roll your eyes. This is a joke. Other groups were joking around too.

    • B.

      Tell the teacher that this sucks and storm out of the room without taking the detention pass.

    • C.

      Accept the lunch detention pass and try in the future not to goof off too much again.

    • D.

      Accuse the teacher and tell him that he is not what a true teacher has to be.

  • 8. 

    You come home from school and find that your younger brother in your room using your computer, which he did not ask to use. You:

    • A.

      Start yelling at him that he has no right to use your things. You then call your parents and yell at them that he should be punished for going into your room.

    • B.

      Tell him that he can finish up what he was doing, but that in the future, you would like him to ask your permission before he uses your computer.

    • C.

      Ask him to get off the computer and leave the room. You later refuse to go to his baseball game because you are mad at him.

    • D.

      Just let them use the computer and ask him to be careful while using it so that he doesn't cause any misfunction.

  • 9. 

    Your friend left his phone at home and asked to borrow your cell phone at school to text another friend. While they have the phone, it is confiscated by a teacher because he has it out in class. Your parents now have to come to pick the phone up. You:

    • A.

      Tell your friend everything is cool. You know he wasn’t trying to get you in trouble.

    • B.

      Text him during the school day in an attempt to get his phone taken away from him.

    • C.

      Get into a verbal fight with your friend at the end of the day. How could he do that? You are sure that your parents are going to take the phone away from you for a period of time.

    • D.

      Tell your friend that he is useless and doesn't know how to handle situations.

  • 10. 

    Your parents want to have your passwords to your social networking and e-mail sites for safety purposes. When they bring this up with you, you:

    • A.

      Give them your passwords, but a few days later, change them and wait until they notice.

    • B.

      Refuse. Argue that you have your right to privacy and that they cannot invade that.

    • C.

      Listen to their concerns and work to come to a compromise.

    • D.

      Tell your parents that they should stop interfering in your life and get a life for themselves.

Jennifer DeSetto |MSN- Mental Health |
Mental Health Expert
Jennifer is an ANCC board-certified PMHNP with a decade of experience in mental health. She excels in medication management and evidence-based practices, having worked in private practice, community mental health centers, and inpatient settings. Jennifer earned her MSN in Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing from Molloy University and holds a certification as a Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) from the American Nurses Credentialing Center. Her expertise enriches our quiz review process, ensuring quizzes align with current psychiatric nursing practices and standards.

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