Category of Tests and Surveys prefers professionally developed and validated tests to be listed here but is not applying that criteria until the category is more comprehensively filled.
Please submit a front page that links to all your experiments, rather than separately submit each experiment. Also, detail the estimated time span of the experiment (e.g. September 2003-June 2004).
Various psychologists use the Internet to collect data for their experiments, either with surveys or using Java Applets to collect reaction time data.
Please submit a front page that links to all your experiments, rather than separately submit each experiment. Also, detail the estimated time span of the experiment (e.g. September 2003-June 2004).
Please check whether there is a more appropriate category for your software under Computers:Software.
Psychometrics is the branch of psychology (or statistics) which is concerned with the mathematical and statistical theory of test construction and test use. Literally "measurement of the soul", psychometrics is concerned with mental measurement, often (but not invariably) through the use of questionnaires and tests. Questionnaires involve onself or another person reporting behaviour (e.g., 'I feel nervous alone in the dark' as part of a test of anxiety) whilst tests require the behaviour to be demonstrated (e.g., the meaning of 'prescient' is (a) anticipating the future, (b) hairy, (c) bog-like).

This category considers links to:

  • reviews of tests;
  • databases that help users find tests;
  • test publishers'' sites;
  • guidelines for the use of tests;
  • theoretical/statistical contributions;
  • software for test construction/evaluation/delivery;
  • books on psychometrics;
  • links to ONLY those theories/tests which show some basis in fact.