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Psychology: Tests and Testing

Finding Information about Psychological Tests
Offers both basic and more advanced information about testing in the field of psychology. The easy-to-use site gives practical information about how to access or purchase both published and unpublished tests and testing software. From the American Psychological Association.

Links to Other Testing-Related Sites
Lists organizations whose websites contain pertain information about psychological testing in general as well as in specialized areas of psychological study. From the FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) of the American Psychological Association.

Evaluation Tests
Provides a concise listing of websites dealing with psychological and educational testing including some that are more specifically related to the medical field. From the FAQ of the National Library of Medicine.

Buros: Test Reviews Online
From the Buros Institute, publishers of the Mental Measurements Yearbook. Offers an online index to test reviews and information about how to order the reviews and specific tests. Contains information available in the printed Mental Measurements Yearbook series. Flexible searching capability by test title, author, broad subject area, keyword, and publisher. Bibliographic information about the tests is freely available, but full text of the test reviews is available by purchase only.

ETS Testlink
Another source of test reviews with search capabilities similar to Buros. Includes some foreign tests from Canada, Great Britain, and Australia. The database can be searched or browsed by author, title, or subject. This site provides bibliographical information and abstracts of tests, but not the full text of the test. Full text can be purchased from ETS or the test publisher.

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