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Directory of unpublished experimental mental measures, volume 9 /
Bert A. Goldman, David F. Mitchell ; series editors, Bert A. Goldman and David F. Mitchell.
imprint
Washington, D.C. : American Psychological Association, c2008.
description
viii, 791 p. ; 28 cm.
ISBN
143380137X (pbk.), 9781433801372 (pbk.)
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Book
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imprint
Washington, D.C. : American Psychological Association, c2008.
isbn
143380137X (pbk.)
9781433801372 (pbk.)
general note
Includes indexes.
Prev. ed.: Volume 8 / Bert A. Goldman, David F. Mitchell, Paula E. Egelson, c2003.
catalogue key
6371248
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Main Description
This manuscript, number nine in the series, identifies and describes noncommercial psychological measures from the fields of psychology, sociology, and education that have been devised by researchers and published in 36 top journals. Volume 9 lists tests published in the 2001-2005 issues of those journals. This directory fills an ongoing need for comprehensive information about noncommercial tests, enabling researchers to determine what types of noncommercial experimental test instruments are currently in use. The instruments are not evaluated, but the information given about each test should make it possible for researchers to make a preliminary judgment of its usefulness.
Main Description
This manuscript, number nine in the series, identifies and describes noncommercial psychological measures from the fields of psychology, sociology, and education that have been devised by researchers and published in 36 top journals. Volume 9 lists tests published in the 20012005 issues of those journals. This directory fills an ongoing need for comprehensive information about noncommercial tests, enabling researchers to determine what types of noncommercial experimental test instruments are currently in use. The instruments are not evaluated, but the information given about each test should make it possible for researchers to make a preliminary judgment of its usefulness.

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