Psychological Diagnosis in Social Adjustment: Including An Annotated List of Tests, Questionnaires, and Rating Scales for the Study of Personality and Conduct

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APPENDIX PERSONALITY AND CONDUCT TESTS

On the following pages are listed and described tests, rating scales, and questionnaires for the measurement and study of various phases of personality and conduct. The list is fairly complete, the best, most representative, and most available of these instruments being included. For each test, important facts are given such as the name of author, publisher, price, number of forms, whether for individual or group use, purpose, description, norms, reliability, and references. The tests have been grouped, following the organization in the writer's Diagnosing Personality and Conduct ( D. Appleton-Century Company, 1931), and any one wishing a particular test may find it under the appropriate heading.

TYPES PAGE
I. Rating Scales -- Personality -- Character -- Conduct --
Good Citizenship -- Traits
181
II. Teacher Rating Scales 196
III. Miscellaneous Rating Scales 205
IV. Adjustment or Personality Questionnaires 207
V. Word Emotion Tests 236
VI. Extroversion-Introversion Questionnaires 241
VII. Social Attitude Questionnaires 247
VIII. Interest Questionnaires and Checklists 263
IX. Tests and Questionnaires
Knowledge, Judgment, Opinion, or Discrimination on
Ethical, Moral, or Conduct Issues
277
X. Performance Tests 299
XI. Free Association Lists and Tests 319
XII. Interview Blanks and Inventories 323
XIII. Environment Scales and Tests 328
XIV. Miscellaneous Questionnaires and Tests 333
XV. Test and Questionnaire Batteries 342

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