Remember to be patient - Finding a test or measurement instrument is sophisticated research that requires time and patience. You will likely have to look in a few different resources, like databases and books, but don't give up! UST librarians and this library guide are all available to help.
Remember, always get permission from the test's author(s) before using a test or measurement instrument in your own research.
Code of Fair Testing Practices in Education: This document was developed by the Joint Committee on Testing Practices
The International Test Commission: The ITC created an international guideline for test use.
Rights and Responsibilities of Test Takers: from APA. This statement outlines the expectations that test-takers can reasonably have about the testing process, and also the expectations those who develop, administer, and use tests can have about test-takers
This research guide covers all the information you will need to complete your Test Review Paper for CPSY 604.
Tests fall into two different types:
UST libraries do not collect any commercially available tests or assessments.
Find Psychological & Educational Testing Instruments: (From Penn State) FAQs about how to find tests and measurement instruments
Finding Information About Psychological Tests (APA): FAQs about the process and details of finding tests.
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