The P.E.T. Problem Ownership Quiz
Take the P.E.T. Quiz on Problem Ownership and See How You Do!

Below are 20 statements that fit in one of the areas of the Behavior Window. Please select your answer by clicking in the circle of your choice. When you are done, hit "Submit" at the bottom. You will automatically receive results to your quiz.

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1. Your child constantly complains about how one of his teachers always treats him unfairly.
1 point
2. Your child leaves his sports equipment in the hallway by the back door. Repeated reminders have not worked.
1 point
3. Your 5-year-old is scared to ride his bike because last week he fell off and cut his knee.
1 point
4. Your son takes so long to come to breakfast that he often misses the bus to school and then you’re late to work because you have to drive him to school.
1 point
5. You and your daughter often have spirited discussions about your different tastes in music.
1 point
6. You have a constant battle with your 7-year-old about bed time.
1 point
7. Your husband spends a lot of time on weekends watching sports on TV and your children constantly complain to you they don’t have enough time with Daddy.
1 point
8. Your toddler is not potty trained and the day care where you want her to go says it’s a requirement for acceptance.
1 point
9. Your neighbor’s dog keeps digging up your flower beds.
1 point
10. You and your family are looking forward to your vacation together, but you want time to relax, your children want to do a lot of activities and your spouse wants to visit friends.
1 point
11. Your 18-month-old cries and clings to you when you drop her off at day care.
1 point
12. Your toddler doesn’t want to stay in the high chair during meals.
1 point
13. Your teenager announces that he doesn’t believe in God anymore. Your religion is an important part of your life and you want him to embrace it as well.
1 point
14. Your son thanks you for listening instead of lecturing him about quitting the basketball team.
1 point
15. Your 18-year-old daughter is dating a 25-year-old who you think is a bad influence on her.
1 point
16. Your spouse wants to recover from a stressful week by going out together with friends to a club. You’ve had a tiring week with lots of meetings and want to relax without socializing.
1 point
17. No one comes to the table after you announce that dinner is ready.
1 point
18. Your 5-year-old comes home from kindergarten bubbling over with excitement after winning first prize.
1 point
19. Your boss tells you late in the day that you have to stay until 7 PM to revise charts and reports for his meeting the next day. You have to pick up your son at day care by 6 PM.
1 point
20. You and your family have fewer problems because you’re using your P.E.T. skills.
1 point
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