Boxes in the left column: Information on tracking down the full-text of a test to give to a specific population.
Boxes in the right column: Resources to use to find information about a test, but not the full-text of the test.
Books in the JKM Collection containing tests
Tests and Measures in the Social Sciences (a website you can search to find books containing the actual test you want)
SDSU Test Finder (a website you can search to find books or articles containing the actual test you want)
In order to find a test with enough information to do a thorough analysis, it is best to pick one that is reviewed in the Mental Measurements Yearbook (MMY). See the box below for more information about the MMY and how to search it.
Books Containing Test Information and Reviews (but not the actual test!)
Mental Measurements Yearbooks (MMY) - REf 371.26 M529m
For an easy way to search the MMY use the Buros Institute of Mental Measurements website
Other Books Containing Reviews of Tests
Books Containing Test Information (but not reviews or the actual test!)
Tests - Ref 150 T286s
Handbook of Family Measurement Techniques - Ref 306.85 H26
Tests in Print - Ref 371.26 B93t
Searching PsycINFO for the name of your test will give you an idea of how other researchers have used it - with which populations, for what purposes, in what way they interpreted the results, etc.
Find articles discussing the reliability or validity of your test by seaching for the test name along with "reliability or validity". For example:
Beck Depression Inventory AND (reliability or validity)