Bibliographic database of behavioral measurement instruments. Provides information on questionnaires, interview schedules, vignettes/scenarios, coding schemes, rating and other scales, checklists, indexes, tests, projective techniques, and more. Please note: Access is limited to 10 simultaneous users.
Includes research instrument records, research instrument validation records, and research instrument utilization records. Provides information about the research instrument, including the purpose, population addressed, variables measured, and more.
Provides access to Duke University doctoral dissertations by Duke University users; some full-text available. Master's theses written at Duke University are not in this database. Use this database to access unpublished research instruments.
A comprehensive collection of dissertations and theses from around the world, spanning from 1743 to the present day. It includes full text for graduate works added since 1997, and selected full text for works written prior to 1997.
Click on Library to see list of instruments and measures. Full text of instrument is included. Examples of available instruments: Agitated Behavior Scale, Diet Habit Survey, Geriatric Depression Scale.
Contains information about the psychological aspect of disciplines, such as medicine, nursing, psychiatry, sociology, pharmacology, education and others. Filter search results by choosing Classification Code 2220 Tests & Testing.
Helpful for finding articles that discuss use of certain measurement instruments. Search by topic or using Medical Subject Headings (MeSH). Combine topic search with "Questionnaires"[Mesh], "Psychological Tests"[Mesh], or "Reproducibility of Results"[MeSH].
Search for an instrument by name to find articles that discuss it. Occasionally, articles will also include the full-text instrument. When using Google Scholar on campus, "Get it at Duke" links will appear to facilitate connecting to Duke's online collections. You can also add these links so they appear when using Google Scholar from off campus.
Getting Full-Text Tests
Many instruments are proprietary and are only available via purchase.
Libraries typically do not own collections of instruments.
An instrument must be purchased directly from the publisher or copyright holder.
Some, but not all, journal articles make the full-text of the instrument available as an appendix.