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Measurement Tools/Research Instruments

Tips on how to find information about research instruments such as questionnaires.

Specific Pathways

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Find a Specific Test

Find Tests for a Variable

Find Test Reviews

Paths to Information

Paths to Information

There are several methods for finding measurement tools. These methods follow certain paths depending on your needs. You must determine what your questions are first. The most common questions asked are:

  1. Where can you find a specific test?
  2. Where can you find a test for a variable?
  3. Where can you find a test review?

The boxes to the left illustrate the paths for finding copies of tests, particular test that measures a given variable, or test review.

How to Proceed

Familiarize yourself with the search steps outlined in the illustration on the left that applies to your situation.  Select the appropriate Search Path from the tab at the top of the page.  Review suggested resources and accompanying search tips.  Try out your own searches in these resources. 

If you are unable to find the information you are looking for, use the link to the right to find your librarian liaison who may be able to help.

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