Selected books in the UGA Libraries that contain full-text tests, organized by broad topic area: (You can also get to these books using the menu under the 'Full Text Tests in Books' tab, above.)
Crime & Delinquency | General & Multisubject | Gerontology | Health & Medical | Marketing & Communication | Marriage & Family | Psychosocial | Work/Occupational
Use these databases to find a book that contains the test you are interested in, then search for the book in GILfind, the UGA library catalog. You can search these databases by test name, or by topic (ex: anxiety, body image, etc.)
Tests and Measures in the Social Sciences: Tests available in compilation volumes. (Helen Hough, University of Texas).
This database indexes over 12,000 test instruments found in books. Use the 'Search Refshare' text box at the top of the screen to search by test title (if you have one) or keywords. Click on the 'view' link on the right for more details. For most items you'll see a link to 'Find in a library near you' to see if UGA owns the book (you may need to enter the library zipcode first: 30602). Click on the 'University of Georgia" link to get the call number. You can see a list of the books that contain the tests you find in this database here.
ETS's Tests in Microfiche (TIM) - You can search through this collection in ETS's online index, ETS Test Link. Clink on the 'Find a Test' tab get to the search screen. If you cannot visit the CML to use the microfiche collection, the online index also allows you to limit your search to tests you can download onto your computer. The microfiche is stored in the basement of the Main library next to the ERIC microfiche.
The Curriculum Materials Library in Aderhold holds UGA's Educational Psychology Department collection of standardized test kits. NOTE: These tests can only be used by graduate students and others who have been given approval by the Department of Educational Psychology.
A few subject terms you can combine with other keywords to search in GILfind, the UGA Library Catalog (Note: most of the books you find will be about testing, but not contain actual tests.)
LC call numbers related to tests and measurements: