Novaco Anger Inventory - Short Form (NAI-25)
First Name *
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Surname *
Your answer
Indicate the degree to which you would feel angry or annoyed in the following situations: *
Very little
Moderate Amount
Very Much
You unpack an appliance you have just bought, plug it in, and discover that it doesn’t work
Being overcharged by a repair person who has you over a barrel
Being singled out for a correction, while the actions of others go unnoticed
Getting your car stuck in the mud or sand
You are talking to someone and they don’t answer you
Someone pretends to be something they are not
While you are struggling to carry four cups of coffee to your table at a cafeteria, someone bumps into you, spilling the coffee
You have hung up your clothes, but someone knocks them to the floor and fails to pick them up
You are hounded by a sales person from the moment you walk into the store
You have made arrangements to go somewhere with a person who backs off at the last minute and leaves you dangling
Being joked about or teased
Your car is stalled at a traffic light, and the person behind you keeps blowing his horn
You accidentally make the wrong kind of turn in a car park. As you get out of your car someone yells at you, "where did you learn to drive?"
Someone makes a mistake and blames it on you
You are trying to concentrate, but a person near you is tapping their foot
You lend someone an important book or tool, and they fail to return it
You have had a busy day, and the person you live with starts to complain about how you forgot to do something you agreed to
You are trying to discuss something important with your mate or partner who isn’t giving you a chance to express your feelings
You are in a discussion with someone who persists in arguing about a topic they know very little about
Someone sticks his or her nose into an argument between you and someone else
You need to get somewhere quickly, but the car in front of you is going 40 km/h in a 60 km/h zone, and you can’t pass
Stepping on a lump of chewing gum
Being mocked by a small group of people as you pass them
In a hurry to get somewhere, you tear a good pair of trousers / skirt on a sharp object
You use your last coin to make a phone call, but you are disconnected before you finish dialling and the coin is lost
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