Answer each question by clicking the radio button - Summeries for each area of mental performance are shown This test has been taken from p225 - The Squash Workshop - McKenzie, I. The supporting text reads as follows:
Dr Frank Sanderson argues that understanding your own squash personality can enable you to take advantage of your attributes and minimize your faults.
Given the necessary fitness, the way a player reacts psychologically to a challenge, to pressure, to pulling back to 2-2, to a critical decision going against him, and so on, depends largely on his 'personality'.
Some personality characteristics are negative, such as anxiety-proneness, and others are clearly positive, like will to win and ability to concentrate. The aim is to get the most out of your psychological attributes and minimize the harm that can be done by negative tendencies. In other words 'Play to your psychological strengths'.
But first you should know what your psychological strengths and weaknesses are. Complete the questionnaire which has been adapted from Eysenck's Personality Inventory. Answer all questions sponateneously. There are no right or wrong answers.