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APA PsycTests

Books and e-Books

Books and e-Books

These books and e-books provide information regarding particular tests and supplemental information that might be useful to your search.  All print books are available through the Gumberg Library Stacks.  All e-books are available through the Gumberg Library QuickSearch. 


 

This source allows you to look-up and review currently published tests.  The author and/or publisher information is available for you to obtain permissions. 


 

This source provides information on tests and other instruments from a variety of disciplines.  The Third through Sixth Edition of the Mental Measurements Yearbook are available for use within Gumberg Library.  All other print editions (editions 3-18) may be obtained through E-Z Borrow or ILLiad (Interlibrary Loan).


 

This source provides researchers with information in the implementation of psychological assessments.  Questions regarding what course of treatment should be offered and the effectiveness of the treatment are discussed. 

There are 3 volumes of this work.  Volume I and II are available as e-books through the Gumberg Library. Volume III is not avaibable directly from Gumberg, but can be obtained through E-Z Borrow or ILLiad (Interlibrary Loan).

  • Volume I (link above) provides an overview and general considerations.
  • Volume II pertains to young adults and adolescents.
  • Volume III pertains to adults.

 

This source provides alphabetically organized entries regarding theory, applications, and the practices behind psychological assessments.  This material should be used for supplemental information. 


 

This source provides researchers with additional information regarding assessment tools. Asher's Occupational Therapy Assessment Tools allows you to search within the Index if the test name is known.  You can also search via author/title if that information is available to you.