Child test results
Thank you for taking the sensitivity test for children. Your score was
You are here on the Sensitivity Continuum
The test placed you at the lower end of the sensitivity range, suggesting you fit best into the low sensitivity group known as the “Dandelions”.
According to research studies, about 25-35% of children and adolescents fall into this category.
What does it mean to belong to the low sensitivity group?
Children and adolescents in the low sensitivity group are less influenced by both unpleasant and pleasant experiences. For example, they tend to do better than others when negative things happen to them, but don’t benefit from positive experiences as much as other children.
Children in this group have been compared to the “Dandelion”, a plant that is robust and grows well in most places, even surviving under difficult conditions.
This means that you don’t get easily thrown off by stressful situations and are able to persist even when things are difficult.
On the other hand, you may pick up on fewer details in your environment than others and tend to be less interested in things like music and arts.
Please note that the outcome of this test may differ depending on other factors such as age, gender and nationality, especially if your score is close to another sensitivity group.