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Finding Tests and Measures: Home

How to locate Tests, Measures, and Assessments in the Social Sciences. Includes information for finding reliability and validity information.

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Identifying and Obtaining Tests and Measures

This guide is designed to get you started looking for a test, measure, or assessment.  If you have questions, please do not hesitiate to contact me.  I'll be happy to do presentations for departments or classes on how to use these tools mentioned here to find assessments.

Psychological Tests fall into 2 main categories, published and unpublished:

  • Published tests are commercially published and available for purchase by trained or registered professionals
  • Unpublished tests, on the other hand, are not commercially available. They are usually found referenced in journal articles or dissertations.

This guide will help you find information about both types of measures.

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Mark A. Eddy
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Religious Studies, Political Science, Sociology, Psychology, Communication Science, Music (interim)
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Case Western Reserve University
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