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Tests & Measures

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Consult the SLU Libraries Catalog for additional resources about tests and measures in general, the issues of reliability and validity, test construction, test administration, and information about other instruments.
 
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Selected Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH)

Educational tests and measurements Works on testing student academic achievement and aptitudes
Psychological tests General works on psychological tests and testing, including methods of test construction and applications of testing
Psychometrics  
Scaling (Social sciences)  
Validity Used as a subject subdivision under types of tests and under names of individual tests
Testing Used as a subject subdivision with particular psychological topics, traits, etc. [Example: Attitude (Psychology) - Testing; Self-perception - Testing]
Intelligence tests; Personality tests Types of Tests
Instrument name [Example: Minnesota
Multiphasic Personality Inventory]
Specific instruments

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