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Test instruments and measures are used by researchers and practitioners to help assess people, conditions, or topics. Below are some resources and strategies for identifying and locating tests and measures, and reviews of tests and measures.
Sometimes authors of a journal article will describe a scale, test, or measure that they either used or created for their research. The authors will occasionally include the scale in the appendix of their article. In order to find articles that have reprints of tests in the appendix, it is helpful to use the keyword "append*" when you type in words for your search. As you look through the abstracts of the articles, look for keywords like "Appended". This means that the test was used by the author(s) in their research and the test full-text may or may not appear in the appendix of the article. Author contact information is included for each linked article, so you may contact the author(s) about use of the measure if the full text is not available.