Test yourself and help us learn more about the mind and brain.

Test Yourself!

Welcome to TestMyBrain! We are a nonprofit, digital cognitive research initiative that began in 2005 to support researchers, educators, and everyday citizen scientists to learn more about our minds and brains. See our resources below for more information.

Available TMB Resources

Learn more about citizen science or take some tests and contribute to research!

Citizen Scientists

Request research resources including the TestMyBrain Digital Neuropsychology Toolkit.


Access educator resources including the TestMyBrain Cognitive Science Toolkit.


As of 2024, we have tested

over 3.7 million
from 240
countries and territories
across 2,200
research studies

TestMyBrain Citizen Science
Digital Laboratory

Test yourself by clicking the 'Go!' buttons below.

Want to learn more about your own mind and brain? TestMyBrain aims to engage and collaborate with citizen scientists like you, by providing tools to help you learn about yourself. Test yourself and contribute to brain research!

At the end of each brief research study, you will get a copy of your personalized results to keep (or share!). You can also take tests in Spanish!

Thinking Back

Estimated Time: 3 minutes

Test your memory and concentration.


Continuous Concentration

Estimated Time: 6 minutes

Test your concentration ability.


Test Your Vocabulary

Estimated Time: 7 minutes

Test your word knowledge.


Famous Faces

Estimated Time: 8 minutes

Can you identify famous people from their faces?


Does being social help you think clearly?

Want to participate in a paid research study? (US residents only)

Want to contribute to science while learning more about your own patterns of thinking and feeling? Researchers at the University of California – Davis are conducting a study to examine the link between social health (loneliness, isolation, support) and cognition (attention, memory, processing speed) in everyday life during middle and older adulthood. This study will involve a 1-hour baseline survey followed by three weeks of brief smartphone surveys. You will be compensated up to $125 for your time. To learn more and see if you qualify, click click here.