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Produced by the Buros Institute, contains full text information about and reviews of English-language standardized tests covering educational skills, personality, vocational aptitude, psychology, and related areas as included in the printed "Mental Measurements Yearbooks." *Note: There are a limited number of simultaneous users for this resource. Please log out following use.
A database from the Educational Testing Service (ETS) of tests and other measurement devices most of which were created by authors outside ETS. Many of the tests are available on microfiche in Regenstein Library.
Note the drop box option to limit by "Tests and Measures"; it indicates if a test is used in the methodology of a study. If the document includes the actual test in its entirety, the word “Appended” appears in the “Tests & Measures” field. For help using APA, view this instructional video.
Designed as a gateway to the American Psychological Association's databases and designed for locating scholarly literature from the early 1800s to the present. It covers journals, books, chapters, dissertations, conference presentations, technical reports, white papers, standards, policies, book reviews, and more.
[from the preface, page vii] To accomplish our goal of making this a clinically useful book, we have invited our chapter authors (who are primarily members of specialty clinical and clinical research programs at our hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston): (1) to
identify the “gold-standard” scales they routinely use to assess patients in their own clinics, (2) to provide ready-to-copy versions of these scales (when copyrights per-
mit), and (3) to provide practical information about the clinical use of the scales (i.e., when to administer, how to score, how to interpret results, and how to use to
measure clinical change in patients).