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How do you find surveys, questionnaires,or tests?

Last Updated: Oct 19, 2011  |  21 Views

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Finding surveys, questionnaires,or tests can be tricky. These items are often published items, available for sale from a publisher so the full-text may not always be available for free. The Library has two databases that can help you learn more about these items, often locating articles that provide information about the instruments reliability/validity. Many times, articles discussing an instrument may provide a sample of questions. This can be helpful in deciding if pursuing the full-text is valuable. These articles may also be useful for citing the instrument in papers/articles.


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