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PSYC 315 Psychological Testing and Assessment

Basic principles of the construction, administration, and interpretation of group and individual tests of intelligence, personality, interest, and achievement.

Welcome to the PSYC 315 library guide!

This guide is designed to assist you in navigating the resources available at the Pepperdine Libraries and beyond in order to successfully complete your course. As you browse this guide please feel free to reach out to me at anytime with questions or concerns you may have about your class work, our resources, or the guide itself.

This guide includes and describes resources for finding tests and instruments and for finding information about them.  Finding this information can take a little digging.  Please contact the library if you need help navigating the databases and journal articles!

Tests and measures are often categorized as published or unpublished. Published tests are commercially available for purchase from a publisher and often may only be bought by a qualified or professionally credentialed user. Unpublished or noncommercial tests are usually referred to in journal articles, dissertations, reports, etc.and are often made available for use by contacting the author.

Reading & Analyzing Research

Evaluating Resources

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