Professionally indexed, the PsycTESTS database is an extensive collection of items associated with psychological measures, scales, surveys, and other instruments essential to the research needs of professionals, students, and educators across the behavioral and social sciences. Focused on a collection of instrumentation tools developed for research but not made commercially available, PsycTESTS helps researchers easily find scales and measures for their own use. PsycTESTS is an indispensable resource for researchers looking to conduct, create, or measure research in multiple fields of study.
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The American Journal on Addictions (AJA) is the official journal of the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry. The Academy encourages research on the etiology, prevention, identification, and treatment of substance abuse; thus, the journal provides a forum for the dissemination of information in the extensive field of addiction. Each issue (six per year) of this publication covers a wide variety of topics ranging from codependence to genetics, epidemiology to dual diagnostics, etiology to neuroscience, and much more. Features of the journal, all written by experts in the field, include special overview articles, clinical or basic research papers, clinical updates, and book reviews within the area of addictions. Readership is comprised of psychiatrists, psychologists, academics and counselors specializing in addictions treatment, as well as all professionals dealing with addictions and addictions therapy in clinical or applied settings.
MIDSS is designed to be a repository for instruments that are used to collect data from across the social sciences. Please use the site to discover instruments you can use in you own research. We now have more than 400 instruments concerned with a wide range of topics (e.g. autism, health, pain). You can use the search function above to search the database using pre-identified key words, or generate your own terms to search the instrument titles.
QIC is a collaboration of many different Instruments that have been reviewed and made available for public use.
Established in 1972, the National Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS) is a federally funded resource offering justice and drug-related information to support research, policy, and program development worldwide.NCJRS services and resources are available to anyone interested in crime, victim assistance, and public safety including policymakers, practitioners, researchers, educators, community leaders, and the general public.NCJRS offers a range of services and resources, balancing the information needs of the field with the technological means to receive and access support. The following highlights a number of NCJRS services and resources.
Though Education Testing Services is now a download-only option, the Service to Others in Sobriety (SOS) questionnaire can be found on Lucidea by entering your contact information and downloading their database of questionnaires directly to your personal computer.
- +1-604-278-6717 (Americas)
- firstname.lastname@example.org for Technical Support
PsyToolkit is a free-to-use toolkit for demonstrating, programming, and running cognitive-psychological experiments and surveys, including personality tests.
EBSCOhost databases are the most-used premium online information resources for tens of thousands of institutions worldwide representing millions of end users. Produced by Behavioral Measurement Database Services this comprehensive bibliographic database is abstracted from hundreds of leading journals covering health sciences and psychosocial sciences. It also provides information about behavioral measurement instruments including those from Industrial Organizational Behavior and Education.
The aim of Mapi Research Trust is to facilitate access to information to all stakeholders in the Patient Centered Outcomes field. This has been done through two main activities: the creation of unique databases and the distribution of Clinical Outcome Assessment (COA). In order to maintain its position as leader in the dissemination of COA information to the scientific community, Mapi Research Trust is launching its new project: an e-Commerce platform named ePROVIDE which centralizes all its databases, COA request management, and COA instrument distribution.
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The University of Iowa Libraries contains a copy of our Service to Others in Sobriety (SOS) tool.