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Mental Measurements Yearbook and Tests In Print

Searching MMY-TIP

Now that the Mental Measurements Yearbook has been combined with Tests in Print into an online database, it is very easy to search. The database, available through EBSCOhost, contains information from Mental Measurements Yearbooks 1 through 20 (1938 - present) and from the current edition of Tests in Print. 



To search by keyword, enter your terms in the search boxes:

To search by test title, enter the name of the test in a search box:


To search by test category, limit your results to one of the 18 test categories:


 Searching by Test Category can be useful for getting all tests. It is one of the few 'controlled fields' in the database. The 18 categories are listed below. To view definitions and lists of tests for each category, click on the test category name:

1. Achievement

2. Behavioral Assessment

3. Developmental

4. Education  

5. English and Language

6. Fine Arts

 7. Foreign Languages 

 8. Intelligence and General Aptitude

 9. Mathematics

10. Miscellaneous

11. Neuropsychological

12. Personality

13. Reading

14. Science        

15. Sensory-Motor

16. Social Studies

17. Speech and Hearing

18. Vocations


Know what you are looking at

When reading a test record in the Mental Measurements Yearbook with Tests in Print online, it can be difficult to know exactly what information you are looking at. Use the screen shot and descriptions below to help you navigate it.

The online record is divided into 4 parts:

  1. information about the original measurement or test
  2. test review, with the reviewing author's name
  3. full-text of the review
  4. reviewer's list of references

Please note that there may be more than one review in the online record. You must play close attention to the full text to know which review you are reading and who the author of the review is so that your citation (in-text and work cited) will be correct.

For instructions on how to use an MMY review to evaluate a test, read this lesson from the Buros Institute website by Anthony J. Nitko.

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