Now that UNM Libraries subscribes to the APA's PsycTESTS database, identifying and accessing the full text of instruments is MUCH easier! Try it out. If you DO NOT find what you need there, try some of the other resources and strategies described in the other boxes below.
ERIC (Educational Resources Information Clearinghouse) is a complete bibliography of educational materials available since 1966. Indexes published and unpublished sources on thousands of educational topics, with information from from RIE (Resources in Education) and CIJE (Current Index to Journals in Education), and including materials focused on every aspect of educational testing.
PubMed the database to search for biomedical articles.
MeSH (Medical Subject Headings) headings for the concept of tests and measurement include: questionnaires, psychological tests, psychometrics outcome, and process assessment (health care). Locating an instrument or test in Pubmed may also be done using important words from the title of a particular instrument.
PsycINFO the database to search for psychology related articles.
Under search options there is a "Tests & Measures" field that allows you to search for words in titles of tests. You can also use the search box's "Select a field" dropdown menu and choose the "TM Tests & Measures" field".
The resulting set of documents will all contain the word or phrase searched in the Tests & Measures field of each record.
To search for articles that have the full text of the test inlcuded, add the word "appended" to your search terms.
Google Scholar (be sure to use this link or the UNM Library's Google Scholar link in order to easily connect to UNM resources you find in Google Scholar).
Google Scholar is often a good tool to use to search for a known item, such as a test or measure.