Mental Measurements Yearbook with Tests in Print. (1st edition to the present)
Available from the Databases A-Z list on the Rod Library home page
Considered by many to provide the most authoritative information about commercially-available English-language, standardized tests in psychology, education, and vocational aptitude. Achievement, behavior assessment, developmental, general and subject aptitude, intelligence, neuropsychological, personality, and sensory-motor tests are among the types of tests included. Each entry provides descriptive information (test name, purpose, intended population, publication dates, form, and prices) and availability information (test author, publisher, price, and scoring services). Most entries include one or more full-text reviews of the test by qualified psychologists who usually cite reliability, validity, and normative data. Additional references are included.
Maddox T.(Ed.). Tests: A Comprehensive Reference for Assessments in Psychology, Education, and Business. Austin, TX: Pro-ed.
Rod Library UNI Reference BF 176 T43 1991 (3rd ed.), 1997 (4th ed.), 2003 (5th ed.), 2008 (6th ed.)
Rod Library UNI Stacks BF 176 T43 1986
Describes thousands of tests available from over 200 publishers. Provides each test’s title, author, publisher, intended population, purpose, description, format, administration and scoring, and cost. Tests are listed by according to primary purpose -- psychology, education, or business -- and then by subcategories. Use the Contents at the start of each volume as a finding aid. Test title, author, and publisher indexes are at the end of each volume.
Hunsley, J., & Mash, E. J. (Eds.). (2008). A Guide to Assessments that Work. New York: Oxford University Press.
Available online through Books/Media
Rod Library UNI Stacks RC 469 G78 2008
This handbook is designed to promote evidence-based practice by providing empirically-based information about quality instruments used to assess the most commonly encountered disorders or conditions among children, adolescents, adults, older adults, and couples. Assessment instruments that are "feasible, psychometrically sound, and useful for typical clinical requirements" are emphasized.