HAIR PULLING TEST

1. Frequency of urges.
On an average day, how often did you feel the urge to pull our hair?
2. Intensity of urges, on an average day.
How intense or “strong” were the urges to pull your hair?
3. Ability to control the urges.
On an average day, how much control do you have over the urges to pull your hair?
4. Frequency of hair pulling.
On an average day, how often did you actually pull your hair?
5. Attempts to resist hair pulling.
On an average day, how often did you make an attempt to stop yourself from actually pulling your hair?
6. Control over hair pulling.
On an average day, how often were you successful at actually stopping yourself from pulling your hair?
7. Associated distress.
Hair pulling can make some people feel moody, “on edge,” or sad. During the past week, how uncomfortable did your hair pulling make you feel?