Self-Monitoring - Introduction

Self-monitoring refers to the extent to which an individual has the will and ability to modify how they are perceived by others.

The statements which follow concern your personal reactions to a number of different situations. The statements could possibly apply to you and you must rate them as being true or false. No two statements are exactly alike, so consider each statement carefully before answering. It is important that you answer as frankly and honestly as you can. Your instinctive response is likely to be the best one. 

This is a 25-item test and should take about 2 minutes. It was developed by Mark Snyder (1974).

Snyder, M. (1974). Self-monitoring of expressive behavior. Journal of personality and social psychology, 30(4), 526.