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Educational and Psychological Tests and Measures

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About This Guide

This guide on Educational and Psychological Tests and Measures highlights scholarly sources available through Boston University Libraries, as well as some freely available material. 

  • For tips on the research process, see:
    Evaluating Sources | Background & News | Writing & Citing Sources
  • For lists of suggested resources, see:
    Find Articles | Key Journals | Data Sources | Find Books | Websites

Your comments and questions are always welcome. Please feel free to recommend print and online additions.

Search and Discover Tests and Measures

If you already know the name of the test you want, first try finding it within BU Libraries Search.  You may find we have access to a scale you are looking for, either online or within the Pickering Library.


Tests and Measures in the Social Sciences: Tests Available in Compilation Volumes
  Search for measures included in books. Follow the instructions at this website carefully. If you find a result that interests you, open a new browser window to the BU Libraries home page and search for that book title (not the test title) in quotes to see if we have print or online access to it.

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