Over 3,000 items and 250+ scales. New items and scales are continually developed. The items and scales are in the public domain, which means that one can copy, edit, translate, or use them for any purpose. New users may wish to view the sample page and suggestions for How to Format and Administer IPIP Material.
Free information (purpose, publisher and reviewer) on more than 4,000 commercially available tests. More than 2,000 tests have Buros Institute reviews, which you can purchase for a fee. Or view the reviews for free in the Chester Fritz Library reference department.
A freeware windows-based program that classifies text based on trained material. Designed for automated essay scoring and can be applied to any text classification task. Site contains tutorials, research papers, and other related accompanying material.
Overview, tutorials, freeware links, and software and book references about Item Response Theory, which is the study of test and item scores based on assumptions concerning the mathematical relationship between abilities (or other hypothesized traits) and item responses.
Widely used in engineering, agriculture, and computing, decision theory provides a simple model for the analysis of categorical data. It is most applicable in measurement when the goal is to classify examinees into one of two categories, e.g. pass/fail or master/non-master.
MEDICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA and MEDICAL DICTIONARY. Useful for specific diseases, consumer health information, lists of hospitals and physicians, health information in Spanish and other languages, and clinical trials.