Tests: A Comprehensive Reference for Assessments in Psychology, Education, and Business

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Taddy Maddox
Pro-Ed, 1997 - Educational tests and measurements - 809 pages
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Tests, a reference guide containing information on thousands of assessment instruments, is designed especially for psychologists, educators and human resources personnel who search for tests to satisfy their assessment needs. In addition, students, librarians and other non-specialists who need to familiarize themselves with the broad range of available tests will find the contents and format helpful. The work does not attempt to review or evaluate tests; its purpose is to present concise descriptions in a quick-scanning, easy-to-read format. This fourth edition, which presents the tests of 221 publishers, updates the information contained in the third edition and presents descriptions of new and revised tests. Eight indexes facilitate research.

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Psychology Instruments
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Education Instruments
183
Bilingual Education
289
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Maddox joined PRO-ED as associate director of research in 1994 after completing her doctorate in special education at the University of Texas at Austin.

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