1. Tests and measurements may be identified in the scholarly literature found in databases.
Conduct a topical search in PsycINFO, PsycTESTS or ERIC (education). Once you locate a relevant article, take note of the "Tests & Measures" field of the citation. These are the instruments utilized by the authors of the article. In PsycINFO, a DOI link will lead to a detailed summary (and possible full text) of a measure in PsycTESTS.
2. A test or measure MAY be reproduced within the text of the scholarly article or chapter.
3. To locate additional literature that mentions a specific test, search for the test title in:
4. Additional search tips on video
5. Mental Measurements Yearbook
"The Mental Measurements Yearbook (MMY) includes test reviews, providing evaluative information to encourage informed test selection. Typical MMY test entries include descriptive information and one or two reviews written by professionals in selected fields."
One search strategy: search the MMY INDEX online http://buros.unl.edu/buros/jsp/search.jsp. Then locate the REVIEW of the test in the print volumes in Hewes Library. Note the date the test was published, and look up the review in the closest print edition published after that date. You may also use the "Score Index" at the end of each print volume to locate tests associated with certain subjects. Ask a librarian for assistance.
REVIEWS are available in PRINT volumes in Hewes Library, Reference Collection BF431.B932
Use the index at the end of each volume to search by keyword.