Many psychological tests must be purchased directly from the test publisher. Many tests are also restricted to use by psychology professionals only. However, hundreds of short surveys and questionnaires are freely available for unrestricted use. These tests are scattered in books, journals, and microfiche throughout the library collections. Here are some ways to search for them:
Browse the Measures for Clinical Practice and Research book series. Located on the First Floor of Library West (Call Number: BF 176 .C66 2007)
Search the term Appended in the TM Tests & Measures field in PsycINFO (EBSCO).
Search the Tests and Measures Database (hosted by UT Arlington) in the following steps:
1. Type in keywords followed by TMdb. (Ex: perinatal grief TMdb)
2. If tests matching your keywords are found, you will see a list of books that contain the tests along with the page numbers.
3. Search the title of the book in the UF Libraries catalog (or search our spreadsheet). If no copy exists, request one through interlibrary loan.
This is a spreadsheet which links to all the resources listed in the "Tests and Measures" resource database and contains direct links to the books located in UF libraries.
This is a list of available E-books at UF which include complete tests and measures.
For remote access to these E-books, make sure to connect to UF's VPN.