This is a interactive version of the Interpersonal Attraction Scale, a measure of your feelings towards a specific individual.

Attraction is a fundamental part of human existence. It is the force that brings people together to form romantic relationships. People can like each other for many different reasons, research has found that these reasons can generally be reduced to three reasons. The IAS measures these three aspects of attraction with respect to an individual the taker knows.

The inventory consists of thirty statements about your feelings about another specific individual (you must have one other person in mind when you take this test) that you need to rate on how much you agree with it.

Other tests.

  • McCroskey, J.; McCain, T. (1972). "The Measurement of Interpersonal Attraction". Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the Western States Communication Association.