There are a lot of different theories about the nature of consciousness, cognition, and the mind. I'm looking for a set of questions that a person could answer that would then give them some kind of feedback about the degree of alignment between their viewpoints and different theories.
I'm imagining something like a quiz, or a flowchart / decision tree. One might go through a series of basic questions asking about things like whether there can be minds without brains, whether an arbitrary entity that is observationally indistinguishable from a conscious entity should be treated as conscious, and so on. Or maybe something more elaborate, where a person reads through a series of scenarios ("A man in a room translates sequences of Chinese characters from a book...") and the subject has to commit to some kind of stance at the end ("The room+man system can be said to understand sequences of Chinese characters").
Then, after the subject goes through all of the questions, it can say something like "You have a 10% correlation with classical Cartesian dualism, 85% match with computationalism, and 19% match with embodied cognition theories."
I'm just making stuff up, but I think you get the idea. What would be great is a published, peer-reviewed reference to such a set of questions, but even just a simple set of questions used in an undergrad philosophy of mind course would be a great starting place.