Skip to main content

Psychological and Educational Measurement Instruments Guide

Finding Tests in Books

 

Helen Hough, a librarian at the University of Texas at Arlington, maintains a database that indexes books with actual tests and measures.  Her site is located here:


TMdb: Tests and Measures in the Social Sciences: Tests Available in Compilation Volumes

Recommendations for how to find tests using the TMdb:

  • Go to the site (http://libraries.uta.edu/tmdb/)
     
  • Quick Search using UT Arlington (host) web site [powered by Google]
     
  • Limit to TMdb Pages: search UTA's Web Site and include TMdb as one of your keywords. (Ex: math anxiety TMdb
     
  • Search for author last names, no first names included. (Ex: John W. Brown, Jr. listed as Brown Jr JW) 
     
  • For "subject" type searching, always consider searching with other synonyms (Ex: learning OR teaching OR educating)
     
  • Click on result links and do a "Find" (Ctrl + F) for your topic (e.g., stress)
     
  • If you find a test that interests you, make a note of the book in which it appears (title, author, publication date, edition, page number, etc.)
     
  • Search for the book in discoverE to see if we have it here at Emory
     
  • If we do not have the book, you can request it through Interlibrary Loan

Social Sciences Librarian

Jennifer Elder's picture
Jennifer Elder
Contact:
Librarian for Psychology, Journalism, & Women's, Gender, & Sexuality Studies

Emory University

Robert W. Woodruff Library

404-712-2833
© Emory University Libraries - 540 Asbury Circle, Atlanta, Georgia 30322