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School of Psychology Test library

Access to many psychological tests is restricted to qualified psychologists or psychology students, and these tests are not held by the Barr Smith Library. Some tests published in journals and monographs do not have restricted use, and may be available through the Library.

You will find additional links to psychiatric rating scales and clinical tests on my Psychiatry LibGuide

The APA has a blog which includes details of How to Cite a Psychological Test in APA Style

The School of Psychology has a Test Library, accessible to staff (including titleholders) and honours and higher degree students, but not to undergraduates.

The Test Library is located in Room 114 in the Hughes Building. 

Library opening hours during Semesters One and Two and the mid Semester break are 11.00 - 1.00 on Tuesdays and Thursdays.  In the summer non-teaching period, the library is open via appointment only.

Out of session appointments can be made with Kate Chadwick, the Test Librarian, who can be contacted at
If she is not available, contact the School of Psychology Office on level 5.

Mental Measurements Yearbook and Tests in Print

Mental Measurements Yearbook
Mental Measurements Yearbook, from the Buros Center for Testing, contains critical reviews of new and revised tests from the Buros Center for Testing's Yearbooks. The database covers more than 4,000 commercially-available tests from the 9th edition (1985) through to the current edition and its supplement, in categories such as personality, developmental, behavioral assessment, neuropsychological, achievement, intelligence and aptitude, educational, speech & hearing, and sensory motor.

Buros Educational Resources
A range of additional tools is availale to make use of Tests in Print, and the Mental Measurements Yearbook easier.

Using a Mental Measurement Yearbook Review and Other Materials to Evaluate a Test
By Anthony J Nitko, for the Buros Center for Testing.

Using a Mental Measurements Yearbook Review to Evaluate a Test
By Anthony J Nitko, for the Buros Center for Testing