Finding tests is not easy or intuitive. Follow the search instructions for each of these databases. If you need help, please contact the psychology librarian, Jennifer Elder (see box on left side of page) or Ask a Librarian.
Try this database first when searching for tests. PsycTESTS provides full-text copies of many tests as well as supporting documentation.
You can use PsycINFO to find information about tests and sometimes the tests themselves.
See the video (bottom left) for information about searching for tests in PsycINFO.
Once you have identified some tests/measures, you can search to see what studies have used these.
You can also search for tests that are included in an article:
Or you can search for a test name AND the word appended to see if any articles have the test included with the article.
(NOTE: TESTLINK IS NOT FULLY FUNCTIONAL ON SUNDAYS WHILE ETS UPLOADS NEW INFORMATION INTO THE DATABASE)
Limit your search by checking the box for "primary source." In HaPI, a primary source is either the original article where the instrument was first used or a resource that contains the full-text of the instrument.