Answered By: Chris Clouser
Last Updated: Jan 29, 2015     Views: 18

Unfortunately, as a general rule, libraries don't have those kind of tests and questionnairs. It's a licensing problem. The publishers of the tests are in business to sell copies for administring the test, so they don't sell to libraries. The only way to get copies is to get them directly from the publisher. If you are only interested in looking at how the instrument is constructed, the publisher may give or sell you an examination copy. You can find information about contacting the publisher in the "Tests in Print" database. Go to the Library Home Page ( and click on "Article Databases". Then select the database you need from the alphabetic list. In Tests in Print, you'll also find links to reviews of the instrument in the "Mental Measurements Yearbook" database.

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