Directory of Unpublished Experimental Mental Measures, Volume 9

Pages: 791
Item #: 4316096
ISBN: 978-1-4338-0137-2
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Copyright: 2008
Format: Softcover
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Overview

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.

Table of Contents

Preface

  1. Achievement
  2. Adjustment—Educational
  3. Adjustment—Psychological
  4. Adjustment—Social
  5. Adjustment—Vocational
  6. Aptitude
  7. Attitude
  8. Behavior
  9. Communication
  10. Concept Meaning
  11. Creativity
  12. Development
  13. Family
  14. Institutional Information
  15. Motivation
  16. Perception
  17. Personality
  18. Preference
  19. Problem Solving and Reasoning
  20. Status
  21. Trait Measurement
  22. Values
  23. Vocational Education
  24. Vocational Interest

Author Index

Subject Index

About the Authors

Author Bios

Bert A. Goldman, EdD, is a professor in the School of Education at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He has edited nine volumes of the Directory of Unpublished Experimental Mental Measures and has authored over 50 journal articles concerning a variety of educational and psychological topics. His latest research deals with factors in college student retention.

David F. Mitchell, PhD, is an assistant professor of sociology at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He is the author of several papers about attitudes toward fertility and child rearing, parent–child relationships, intraurban migration, and the empirical dimensions of ethnicity.