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Finding Tests and Measures : Internet Resources


and A Cautionary Note!

You can try to use Google to find a measure (put the full name of the test in quotes), but please remember:

  • Anyone can publish on the Web-you need to verify the author's/publisher's credentials;  also, has validity and reliability for the measure been established, etc.?
  • You may end up in dead-ends, i.e., links to commercially available tools, not full-text.
  • Look for permissions to use the measure-someone who copies and puts up a test could be violating copyright.
  • Recommended websites-government sites, e.g., CDC, academic departments at higher education institutions, and established policy organizations/think tanks.  See the adjacent box.

Measures Freely Available on the Internet

The first four items lead to multiple measures.  The remaining items are single, individual measures.

Social Sciences Librarian

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Karen Hartman
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169 College Avenue,
New Brunswick
New Jersey

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