UA Libraries now offer online access to the Mental Measurements Yearbook. This authoritative guide describes over 2,000 testing and assessment instruments, and has long been important resource for Social Welfare researchers. The database provides the same information in the print Mental Measurements Yearbook from 1985 to the present.
Our subscription is accompanied by Tests in Print, which provides bibliographic information on commercially available tests, including the publisher and purchase price.
To access these resources, go to the library's Databases and Indexes page, and click on "M" to locate Mental Measurements Yearbook. On the database's main search page (which is the familiar Ebsco interface), click the "Choose Databases" link at the top of the search page and select Tests in Print to search the two resources simultaneously.
A brief session with a librarian can help you more effectively learn how to use the Mental Measurements Yearbook and Tests in Print -- remember to Ask-A-Librarian!
Blog post created by Michael V. Daly