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The PSYNDEXplus Tests Database is an electronic bibliographic database that contains descriptions of psychological and educational tests in use in the German-speaking countries. Published tests and unpublished research instruments, scales, questionnaires, and other diagnostic measures from all fields of psychology and education, as well as related disciplines such as medicine, psychiatry, and business are documented. German adaptations of non-German tests are also included. Yearly, around 200 new records are added to the existing collection of more than 6000 test descriptions. Additional information about the database (e.g. current number of records, coverage, record languages) can be found on the PSYNDEX webpage. A complete list (in German) of the tests covered by PSYNDEXplus Tests Database is provided by the Verzeichnis Testverfahren.

All records are indexed with the American Psychological Association's “Thesaurus of Psychological Index Terms” (Copyr. Am. Psych. Assn., 11th ed., 2011) all rights reserved; translated and adapted by permission of the American Psychological Association. PSYNDEXplus is produced by the Leibniz-Zentrum fuer Psychologische Information und Dokumentation (ZPID) (http://www.zpid.de), all rights reserved. The database is searchable in German and English.

The Thesaurus Index Terms and Classification Categories are copyrighted by the American Psychological Association (2011). All rights reserved; contact psycinfo@apa.org for more information.

Segments and Years of Coverage
Name   Years of Coverage
PSKM   1945-Present

The limit of databases that you can select for a multifile search session is based upon database segments rather than actual databases. The Ovid multifile segment limit is set at 120 to avoid impacting your search sessions. This database includes 1 segment.

This database is updated online bi-annually.

 

Fields
The following list is sorted alphabetically by field alias. Click a field name to see the description and search information.
All Fields in this Database
  Abstract (AB) German Subject Headings (SG) References (RF)
  Accession Number (AN) German Test Classification Codes (TG) Reliability (RL)
  Administration Prerequisites (AM) Heading Words (HW) Source (SO)
  Age Group (AG) Indexing (ID) Subject (SU)
  All Items (AI) Instructions (IX) Subject Headings (SH)
  Application Ages (AA) Intended Audience (IA) Test Availability (TA)
  Application Time (AE) Interpretation Help (IH) Test Classification Codes (TC)
  Applications (AP) Interpretation Mode (IM) Test Construction (CN)
  Author (AU) Interpretation Time (IR) Test Procedure (PC)
  Author Name (AX) Item Examples (IE) Test Reviews (RV)
  Classification Codes (CC) Key Phrase (KP) Theoretical Background (TB)
  Classification Word (CW) Language (LG) Title (TI)
  Correspondence Address (AD) Material (MA) Translation (TS)
  Country (CY) Non-Thesaurus Subject Headings (DE) Update Code (UP)
  Evaluation (EV) Norms (NO) URL (UR)
  Forms (FO) Objectivity (OB) Validity (VL)
  German Classification Codes (CG) Publication Type (PT) Year of Publication (YR)
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Default Fields for Unqualified Searches (MP): Searching for a term without specifying a field in Advanced search, or specifying .mp., defaults to the following ‘multi-purpose’ (.mp.) fields for this database: ti,ab,cw,kp,hw,ia.
  Abstract (AB) Heading Words (HW) Intended Audience (IA)
  Classification Word (CW) Key Phrase (KP) Title (TI)
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Default Fields for Display, Print, Email, and Save: The following fields are included by default for each record.

  Abstract (AB) German Test Classification Codes (TG) Reliability (RL)
  Accession Number (AN) Indexing (ID) Source (SO )
  Administration Prerequisites (AM) Instructions (IX) Subject (SU)
  Age Group (AG) Intended Audience (IA) Subject Headings (SH)
  All Items (AI) Interpretation Help (IH) Test Availability (TA)
  Application Ages (AA) Interpretation Mode (IM) Test Classification Codes (TC)
  Application Time (AE) Interpretation Time (IR) Test Construction (CN)
  Applications (AP) Item Examples (IE) Test Procedure (PC)
  Author (AU) Key Phrase (KP) Test Reviews (RV)
  Classification Codes (CC) Language (LG) Theoretical Background (TB)
  Correspondence Address (AD) Material (MA) Title (TI)
  Country (CY) Non-Thesaurus Subject Headings (DE) Translation (TS)
  Evaluation (EV) Norms (NO) Update Code (UP)
  Forms (FO) Objectivity (OB) URL (UR)
  German Classification Codes (CG) Publication Type (PT) Validity (VL)
  German Subject Headings (SG) References (RF) Year of Publication (YR)
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All Fields for Display, Print, Email, and Save: Use the Select Fields button in the Results Manager at the bottom of the Main Search Page to choose the fields for a record.

  Abstract (AB) German Test Classification Codes (TG) Reliability (RL)
  Accession Number (AN) Indexing (ID) Source (SO)
  Administration Prerequisites (AM) Instructions (IX) Subject (SU)
  Age Group (AG) Intended Audience (IA) Subject Headings (SH)
  All Items (AI) Interpretation Help (IH) Test Availability (TA)
  Application Ages (AA) Interpretation Mode (IM) Test Classification Codes (TC)
  Application Time (AE) Interpretation Time (IR) Test Construction (CN)
  Applications (AP) Item Examples (IE) Test Procedure (PC)
  Author (AU) Key Phrase (KP) Test Reviews (RV)
  Classification Codes (CC) Language (LG) Theoretical Background (TB)
  Correspondence Address (AD) Material (MA) Title (TI)
  Country (CY) Non-Thesaurus Subject Headings (DE) Translation (TS)
  Evaluation (EV) Norms (NO) Update Code (UP)
  Forms (FO) Objectivity (OB) URL (UR)
  German Classification Codes (CG) Publication Type (PT) Validity (VL)
  German Subject Headings (SG) References (RF) Year of Publication (YR)
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A note on the Bilingual (German/English) Database Structure

Titles, descriptors, and classification categories are searchable in German and English.

When searching German words and names, it is necessary to type ae, oe, ue, and ss in place of the German umlauts and double-s.

Word root searches are especially recommended in German. For word root searches place a dollar sign ($) at the end of the desired word root.

Example: drogen$. This search will simultaneously access all words beginning with drogen, such as "Drogen", "drogensuechtig", "drogenabhaengig", "Drogentherapie", and so on.

The following list is sorted alphabetically by the two-letter label, and includes the relevant alias, at least one example for all searchable fields, and a description of the field.
Label   Name / Example
AA Application Ages [Word Indexed]
aeltere.aa.
 

The Application Ages (AA) field contains age ranges or groups for which the test is appropriate.

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AB Abstract [Word Indexed]
aber.ab.
 

The Abstract (AB) field summarizes the diagnostic objective of the procedure, its structure, theoretical background, and construction as well as empirical data and psychometric criteria.

Abstract is also available as a limit.

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AD Correspondence Address [Word Indexed]
abteilung.ad.
 

The Correspondence Address (AD) field contains the current address(es) of the author(s) listed in the Author (AU) field. The e-mail address and URL of the authors' home page are sometimes included.

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AE Application Time [Word Indexed]
abhaengig.ae.
 

The Application Time (AE) field gives the approximate amount of time necessary for administration of the test.

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AG Age Group [Phrase Indexed]
adulthood.ag.
 

The Age Group (AG) field indicates for which age group(s) the tests are intended. Possible age groups and corresponding age range are as follows.

Childhood (birth - 12 yrs)

 

Adulthood (18 yrs & older)

Neonatal (birth - 1 mo)

 

Young Adulthood (18 - 29 yrs)

Infancy (2 - 23 mo)

 

Thirties (30 - 39 yrs)

Preschool Age (2 - 5 yrs)

 

Middle Age (40 - 64 yrs)

School Age (6 - 12 yrs)

 

Aged (65 yrs & older)

Adolescence (13 - 17 yrs)

 

Very Old (85 yrs & older)

When searching using the field label, use only the name of the age group, for example adulthood.ag.

Age Group is also available as a limit.

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AI All Items [Word Indexed]
alles.ai.
 

The All Items (AI) field contains all test items.

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AM Administration Prerequisites [Word Indexed]
alle.am.
 

The Administration Prerequisites (AM) field provides information about test administration, such as whether scoring may be carried out by an assistant or whether observer training is necessary.

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AN Accession Number [Phrase Indexed]
9000001.an.
 

Each record in the PSYNDEXplus Tests Database is assigned a unique 7-digit identifier contained in the Accession Number (AN) field. This allows the retrieval of a specific record at any time. Accession numbers for PSYNDEXplus Test records start with “900”.

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AP Applications [Word Indexed]
abgebildet.ap.
 

The Applications (AP) field provides information regarding the appropriateness of a test for certain applications, research areas in which the test may be applied, whether individual diagnosis is possible, advantages and disadvantages compared to similar tests, comments regarding utility and economy of the test and so on.

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AU Author [Phrase Indexed]
anger h.au.
 

Author names appearing in the (AU) field are not always identical with the original test authors. For example, the name of the author adapting or translating a test originally published in another language appears in the Author field instead of the original test author. All test authors are listed. The original authors can be found in the Title (TI) field.

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AX Author Name [Word Indexed]
arbeitsgruppe.ax.
 

In the Author Name (AX) field you can search individual words contained in the Author (AU) field.

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CC Classification Codes [Phrase Indexed]
clinical psychological testing.cc.
 

The Classification Code (CC) field contains numeric codes and classification categories representing broad subject areas, such as "Learning and Motivation" or "Linguistics, Language and Speech". Originated from the "Thesaurus of Psychological Index Terms" (Copyr. Am. Psych. Assn., 11th ed., 2007, all rights reserved; translated and adapted by permission of the American Psychological Association).

Typing in the first two digits from codes ending with 00 will retrieve all records from a major category plus all of its subcategories; for example, "32.cc" retrieves the category Psychological & Physical Disorders plus its 20 subcategories.

To view and select from the hierarchical list of codes and their scope notes, use the option "Tools/Classification Codes."

Classification Codes/Categories are also available as a limit.

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CG German Classification Codes [Phrase Indexed]
curricula bildungsprogramme und lehrmethoden.cg.
 

The German Classification Codes (CG) field contains numeric codes that correspond to the Classification Categories in German translation. Originated from the "Thesaurus of Psychological Index Terms" (Copyr. Am. Psych. Assn., 11th ed., 2007, all rights reserved; translated and adapted by permission of the American Psychological Association).

Typing in the first two digits from codes ending with 00 will retrieve all records from a major category plus all of its subcategories; for example, "32.cg" retrieves the category Psychological & Physical Disorders plus its 20 subcategories.

To view and select from the hierarchical list of codes and their scope notes, use the option "Tools/Classification Codes."

Classification Codes/Categories are also available as a limit.

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CN Test Construction [Word Indexed]
chronischen.cn.
 

The Test Construction (CN) field describes test construction methods, including test theory (such as classical or probabilistic), item pool (such as construction, formulation, or selection), item characteristics (such as difficulty or correlations with total scale score), construction of subtests, and so on.

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CW Classification Word [Word Indexed]
clinical.cw.
 

In case you wish to retrieve every Classification Category/Test Classification Category that includes a particular word or words, you can search the desired word(s) in the Classification Word (CW) field. This field contains the words of both the English and the German Classification Categories and Test Classification Categories.

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CY Country [Phrase Indexed]
canada.cy.
 

The Country (CY) field lists the country of origin of the test. Country names are in English.

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DE Non-Thesaurus Subject Headings [Display Only]
 

The Non-Thesaurus Subject Headings (DE) field contains previous entries from the subject heading that are no longer actual terms in the Thesaurus. This field is indexed via the Subject Headings (SH).

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EV Evaluation [Word Indexed]
ebenso.ev.
 

The Evaluation (EV) field contains a comprehensive, critical discussion of the test.

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FO Forms [Word Indexed]
familie.fo.
 

The Forms (FO) field provides information about individual or group testing; standard, long, short, parallel, computer forms of tests or forms for special populations (for example, blind persons); translations of test into other languages.

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HW Heading Words [Word Indexed]
handlungsaufgabe.hw.
 

In case you wish to retrieve every Subject Heading that includes a particular word or words, you can search the desired word(s) in the Heading Word (HW) field. This field contains the words of both the English and the German Subject Headings.

You can also view every Subject Heading which contains a particular word by using the Permuted Index Tool.

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IA Intended Audience [Phrase Indexed]
individual diagnosis.ia.
 

The Intended Audience (IA) field indicates the intended audience for the test.

Intended Audience terms include:

Research Tests Organizational Diagnosis
Individual Diagnosis Documentation
Remedial Diagnosis Job, Task, & Behavior Analysis
Clinical Diagnosis Other
Selection Public
Educational Diagnosis Students
Group Diagnosis Counseling

Intended Audience is also available as a limit.

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ID Indexing [Word Indexed]
ingrisch.id.
 

The Indexing (ID) field indicates the name(s) of the indexer(s) and date of indexing (date of writing or last important modification of the test description). It also indicates whether the test description has been provided by the test authors themselves.

Search by the indexer's last name, for example eberwein.id, or for a date in the format DDMMYYYY, for example “21102002”.id.

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IE Item Examples [Word Indexed]
ihrer.ie.
 

The Item Exampless (IE) field contains sample test items.

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IH Interpretation Help [Word Indexed]
informationen.ih.
 

The Interpretation Help (IH) field provides information about available interpretation aids such as scoring keys, scoring stencils, answer sheets, computer programs, etc.

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IM Interpretation Mode [Word Indexed]
insgesamt.im.
 

The Interpretation Mode (IM) field provides information on the procedure for test interpretation: scoring (such as scoring pattern, possible score range, scoring keys), methods for converting raw scores to stens or percentiles.

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IR Interpretation Time [Word Indexed]
5 minuten.ir.
20 minuten.ir.
stunde$.ir.
 

The Interpretation Time (IR) field provides information on the procedure and approximate amount of time necessary for test interpretation.

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IX Instructions [Word Indexed]
instruktion.ix.
 

The Instructions (IX) field gives information about verbal, written, standardized, or other (for example, computer-assisted) types of instructions.

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KP Key Phrase [Phrase Indexed]
kategoriensystem.kp.
 

The Key Phrase (KP) field contains additional semistructured information (only available in German) about the year of the first publication of a test (may differ from the  Year of Publication (YR) field), uniform notation of age ranges (for example, ab ... Jahre, bis ... Jahre, ab ... Schuljahr, bis ... Schuljahr), method of test construction (for example, Probabilistische Testtheorie), administration (for example, paper and pencil test), and subtests.

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LG Language [Phrase Indexed]
german.lg.
 

The Language (LG) field contains the language of the test.

Language is also available as a limit.

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MA Material [Word Indexed]
manual.ma.
 

The Material (MA) field lists all materials that are necessary for test administration.

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NO Norms [Word Indexed]
nach.no.
 

The Norms (NO) field indicates whether norms are available or not and describes norms (such as age, grade, separate norms for males and females, standard scores, stens, or percentiles), samples or standardization samples (such as representative sample, number of cases, sampling proportions, geographic regions, size of cities, socioeconomic status, ethnic background) from which norms were drawn.

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OB Objectivity [Word Indexed]
objektivitaet.ob.
 

The Objectivity (OB) field describes whether test administration, test scoring, and test interpretation may be regarded as objective.

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PC Test Procedure [Word Indexed]
papier.pc.
 

The Test Procedure (PC) field describes the structure of the test, including number of items, answering format, type of interpretation possible, scoring (such as scoring pattern, possible score range, scoring keys), methods for converting raw scores to stens or percentiles, and occasionally sample items.

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PT Publication Type [Phrase Indexed]
other web materials.pt.
 

The Publication Type (PT) field contains the following publication types (only available in English) and their corresponding numeric codes:

  (90)   Test
  (91)   Published Test
      (911)   Test in Print
      (912)   Test out of Print
      (913)   Separately Published Test Materials
  (92)   Unpublished Test
      (921)   Unpublished Paper
      (922)   Other Publication
      (923)   Confidential Test
  (93)   Apparatus
  (94)   Electronic Resources
      (941)   Computer Program
      (942)   Online Test
      (943)   Other Web Materials
  (95)   Other Test Materials

You can search for document types by name or by numeric code.

Publication Type is also available as a limit.

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RF References [Word Indexed]
rahmen.rf.
 

The References (RF) field contains literature references to tests. As far as possible, references are cited according to the guidelines of the German Psychological Association (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Psychologie). In addition to the references cited in the test description, the most important recent publications (WICHTIGE NEUERE PUBLIKATIONEN) after entry of the record into the database are included. Test reviews are documented in the RV field. Important other language versions of tests are to be found under "ORIGINALFASSUNG/ANDERSSPRACHIGE FASSUNGEN:.

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RL Reliability [Word Indexed]
recht.rl.
 

The Reliability (RL) field provides information regarding the reliability of a test such as internal consistency, homogeneity, split-half, retest, and parallel reliability.

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RV Test Reviews [Word Indexed]
regelschulen.rv.
 

The Test Reviews (RV) field contains references to test reviews.

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SG German Subject Headings [Phrase Indexed]
schueler der sekundarstufe.sg.
 

The German Subject Headings (SG) field contains the German translation provided by ZPID of the subject terms from the "Thesaurus of Psychological Index Terms" (Copyr. Am. Psych. Assn., 11th ed., 2011, all rights reserved; translated and adapted by permission of the American Psychological Association), a list of controlled vocabulary terms used to ensure consistent indexing of records.

The German Subject Headings field contains the German terms; the Subject Headings (SH) field contain the English terms.

German Subject Headings which describe the major point (focus) of a document will be preceded with the word (focus).

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SH Subject Headings [Phrase Indexed]
screening tests.sh.
 

The Subject Headings (SH) field contains subject terms from the "Thesaurus of Psychological Index Terms" (Copyr. Am. Psych. Assn., 11th ed., 2011, all rights reserved; translated and adapted by permission of the American Psychological Association), a list of controlled vocabulary terms used to ensure consistent indexing of records.

The Subject Headings field contains the English terms; the German Subject Headings (SG) field contains the German translation of the terms provided by ZPID. Subject Headings which describe the major point (focus) of a document are preceded by an asterisk (*).

You can look up any of these terms by using the Thesaurus tool. Subject Headings are entered into the index as phrases and should be searched exactly as they appear in the thesaurus.

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SO Source [Word Indexed]
saarlaendische.so.
 

The Source (SO) field contains bibliographic and publication information for the test, such as publication title, journal name, volume, issue number, pagination, publisher. The Source field often includes price, library call number, and international standard book number.

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SU Subject [Word Indexed]
schizophrenia.sh.
 

The Subject (SU) field is for simultaneous word searching in Key Phrase (KP), Subject Headings (SH), and German Subject Headings (SG).

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TA Test Availability [Word Indexed]
teil.ta.
 

The Test Availability (TA) field contains information about where the test may be ordered or in which publication the items etc. can be found.

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TB Theoretical Background [Word Indexed]
taetigkeit.tb.
 

The Theoretical Background (TB) field describes the theoretical background of the test, major theoretical concepts, its relation to and findings of ongoing or finished research projects, and/or defines the main variables.

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TC Test Classification Codes [Phrase Index]
therapy process outcome measures.tc.
 

The Test Classification Codes (TC) field contains numeric codes and terms that describe broad test categories.

There are a total of 181 Test Classification Categories and Codes (13 main categories and 168 subcategories). A maximum of two codes/categories are assigned to each record.For example, to retrieve the major category Intelligence Tests plus its 9 subcategories, type "02$".tc.

The Test Classification Categories (available in German and English) and their corresponding numeric codes are the following:

Code
Classification Categories in German  Classification Categories in English
010000
Entwicklungstests Developmental Measures 
010100
Neugeborenentests Newborn & Early Childhood Measures
010200
Allgemeine Entwicklungstests General Developmental Measures 
010300
Spezielle Tests zur motorischen Entwicklung Motor Development Tests 
010400
Spezielle Tests zur Entwicklung der Wahrnehmung Developmental Tests of Perception 
010500
Spezielle Tests zur kognitiven Entwicklung Cognitive Development Tests 
010600
Tests zur sprachlichen Entwicklung Language Development Tests
010700
Spezielle Tests zur sozialen und emotionalen Entwicklung Social & Emotional Development Tests
010800
Tests zur moralischen Entwicklung Moral Development Tests
010900
Schulreife- und Einschulungstests School Readiness Tests
011000
Gerontologische Verfahren Gerontology Tests
019900
Sonstige Entwicklungstests Other Developmental Measures
020000
Intelligenztests Intelligence Tests 
020100
Eindimensionale Intelligenztests Unidimensional Intelligence Tests
020200
Mehrdimensionale Intelligenztests Multidimensional Intelligence Tests
020300
Intelligenztests für Kinder Intelligence Tests for Children
020400
Intelligenztests für Jugendliche und Erwachsene Intelligence Tests for Adolescents & Adults
020500
Nonverbale Intelligenztests Nonverbal Intelligence Tests
020600
Planspiele Planning Games
020700
Lernfähigkeitstests Learning Ability Tests
020800
Gedächtnistests Memory Tests
029900
Sonstige Intelligenztests Other Intelligence Tests
030000
Kreativitätstests Creativity Tests 
040000
Leistungs-, Fähigkeits- und Eignungstests Achievement & Aptitude & Ability Tests
040100
Motorische Leistungstests Motor Performance Tests
040200
Sporttests Sport Tests
040300
Konzentrations-, Aufmerksamkeits- und Vigilanztests Concentration & Attention & Vigilance Tests
040400
Auslesetests Selection Tests
040500
Tests für berufliche Begabungen und Fertigkeiten Vocational Aptitude & Ability Tests
040600
Büro-Fertigkeitstests Clerical Ability Tests
040700
Tests für mechanisch-technische Begabungen und Fertigkeiten Mechanical & Technical Aptitude & Ability Tests
040800
Verfahren zur Fahreignungsdiagnostik Driver Aptitude Tests
040900
Musikalitätstests Musical Ability Tests
049900
Sonstige Leistungs-, Fähigkeits- oder Eignungstests Other Achievement & Aptitude & Ability Tests
050000
Verfahren zur Erfassung sensumotorischer Fähigkeiten Sensorimotor Measures
050100
Allgemeine Wahrnehmungstests General Perception Tests
050200
Lateralitäts- und Händigkeitstests Handedness & Laterality Tests
050300
Verfahren zur Erfassung der Auge-Hand-Koordination Eye-Hand Coordination Measures
050400
Reaktionstests Reaction Tests
050500
Verfahren zur Erfassung des Hörvermögens Hearing Tests 
050600
Verfahren zur Erfassung des Sehvermögens Visual Measures 
050700
Verfahren zur Erfassung des Sprechvermögens Speech Measures 
059900
Sonstige Verfahren zur Erfassung sensumotorischer Fähigkeiten Other Sensorimotor Measures
060000
Schulleistungstests Scholastic Achievement Tests 
060100
Mehrfächertests Diverse Subject Areas Tests
060200
Deutschtests German Tests
060210
Lesetests Reading Tests 
060220
Rechtschreibtests Spelling Tests 
060230
Wortschatztests Vocabulary Tests
060240
Grammatiktests Grammar Tests
060300
Mathematiktests Mathematics Tests
060400
Fremdsprachentests Foreign Language Tests
060410
Eignungstests für Fremdsprachen Foreign Language Ability Tests
060420
Englischtests English Tests
060430
Französischtests French Tests
060500
Tests für naturwissenschaftliche Fächer (Physik, Chemie, Biologie) Natural Science Tests
060600
Tests für sozialwissenschaftliche Fächer (Geschichte, Geographie, Sozialkunde, Politik) Social Science Tests
060700
Sporttests im Schulbereich School Sports Tests
060800
Hochschuleingangstests College Entrance Tests 
069900
Sonstige Schulleistungstests Other Scholastic Achievement Tests
070000
Einstellungstests Attitude Tests
070100
Mehrdimensionale Einstellungstests Multidimensional Attitude Tests
070200
Soziale Einstellungstests Social Attitude Tests 
070210
Tests zur Erfassung sozialer Werte Social Values Surveys
070220
Tests zur Erfassung von Vorurteilen Tests of Prejudice
070230
Tests zur Erfassung des Vertrauens Interpersonal Trust Measures 
070300
Berufliche Einstellungstests Occupational Attitudes Measures
070310
Einstellungstests zu Betrieb und Arbeit Organizational & Work Attitude Tests
070311
Tests zur Erfassung der Arbeitszufriedenheit Job Satisfaction Tests
070312
Tests zur Mitbestimmung am Arbeitsplatz Workplace Codetermination Tests
070313
Tests zur Erfassung der Arbeitsorientierung (Werte/Normen) Work Values Tests
070320
Weitere berufsbezogene Testverfahren Other Occupational Attitudes Measures
070321
Tests zur Erfassung von Arbeitsplatzmerkmalen Job Characteristics Tests
070322
Arbeitspsychologische Verfahren Work Analysis Measures
070323
Tests zum Führungsverhalten Leader Behavior Tests
070324
Personalauswahl- und Personalbeurteilungsverfahren sowie Assessment-Center-Verfahren Personnel Selection & Personnel Assessment Tests & Assessment Centers
070400
Familiäre und partnerbezogene Einstellungstests Family & Spouse/Partner Attitudes Tests
070410
Einstellungstests zu Partnerschaft und Familie Partnership & Family Attitudes Tests
070420
Einstellungstests zu Sexualität Sexual Attitudes Tests
070430
Einstellungstests zu Schwangerschaft, Schwangerschaftsabbruch und Geburt Pregnancy & Abortion & Birth Attitudes Tests
070440
Tests zu Erziehungseinstellungen in der Familie Family Childrearing Attitudes Tests
070450
Beobachtungsverfahren für die Partnerbeziehung und die Familie Observation Methods for Marital & Familiy Relationships
070500
Schulische Einstellungstests Educational Attitudes Tests 
070510
Schulbezogene Einstellungstests School-Related Attitudes Tests
070520
Soziometrische Verfahren im Schulbereich Sociometric Measures in School
070530
Schülerverhaltensbeschreibungen Student Behavior Descriptions 
070540
Schülerbeurteilungsverfahren Student Assessment Measures 
070550
Lehrereinstellungstests Teacher Attitudes Tests
070560
Lehrerbeurteilungsverfahren Teacher Assessment Measures 
070570
Verfahren zur Beurteilung der Lehreffizienz Teacher Effectiveness Evaluation Measures 
070580
Einstellungstests zu Studium, Hochschule und Wissenschaft Attitudes Toward Higher Education & Universities & Science Tests
070600
Weitere Spezifische Einstellungstests Other Specific Attitude Tests
070610
Tests für Umwelteinstellungen Environmental Attitudes Tests
070620
Tests für gesundheitsbezogene Einstellungen und Verhaltensweisen Health Attitude & Health Behavior Tests
070630
Tests für politische Einstellungen Political Attitude Tests
070640
Tests für Einstellungen zu gesellschaftlichen Gruppen Social Group Attitude Tests
070650
Tests für Einstellungen zur Gesellschaft Attitudes Toward Society Tests
070660
Tests für Einstellungen zu Organisationen und Behörden Attitudes Toward Business Organizations & Government Agencies Tests
070670
Tests für Risikoeinstellungen Risk Attitudes Tests
070680
Tests für verkehrspsychologische Einstellungen Traffic Attitudes Tests
070690
Religionspsychologische Verfahren Religiosity Measures
079900
Sonstige Einstellungstests Other Attitude Tests & Measures
080000
Interessentests Interest Inventories 
080100
Allgemeine Interessentests General Interest Measures 
080200
Berufliche Interessentests Occupational Interest Measures 
089900
Sonstige Interessentests Other Interest Measures
090000
Persönlichkeitstests Personality Tests 
090100
Mehrdimensionale Persönlichkeitstests Multidimensional Personality Tests  
090200
Persönlichkeitstests zum Sozialverhalten Personality Tests for Social Behavior
090300
Persönlichkeitstests zur Angst Personality Tests for Anxiety
090400
Persönlichkeitstests zur Aggression Personality Tests for Aggression
090500
Persönlichkeitstests zu kognitiven Stilen Personality Tests for Cognitive Styles
090600
Tests zur Erfassung des "Locus of Control" Personality Tests for Locus of Control
090700
Tests zur Erfassung spezifischer Motive und Bedürfnisse Personality Tests for Special Motives & Needs
090710
Leistungsmotivationstests Achievement Motivation Tests
090720
Machtmotivtests und Verfahren zur Erfassung von Machiavellismus Power Motivation & Machiavellism Tests
090800
Delinquenzneigungstests Delinquency Tests
090900
Selbstkonzept- und Selbstbildskalen Self-Concept & Self-Image Scales
091000
Lebensereignisskalen Life-Event Scales
091100
Verfahren zur Erfassung verschiedener Aspekte von Rollenverhalten Role Behavior Scales
099900
Sonstige Persönlichkeitsverfahren Other Personality Tests 
100000
Projektive Verfahren Projective Measures
100100
Projektive Zeichentests Projective Drawing Tests
100200
Projektive Spieltests Projective Play Tests
100300
Projektive Verbal-thematische Verfahren Projective Verbal-Thematic Measures
100400
Projektive Farbtests Projective Color Tests
100500
Projektive Formdeuteverfahren Projective Form Interpretation Tests
100600
Graphologische Verfahren Graphological Methods  
109900
Sonstige Projektive Verfahren Other Projective Measures
110000
Klinische Verfahren Clinical Tests
110100
Mehrdimensionale klinische Persönlichkeitstests Multidimensional Clinical Personality Tests
110200
Klinische Klassifikations- und Dokumentationssysteme Clinical Classification & Documentation Systems
110300
Klinische Tests zu Neurotizismus Clinical Neuroticism Tests
110400
Klinische Tests zu Psychotizismus Clinical Psychoticism Tests
110500
Klinische Tests zu Depressivität Clinical Depression Tests 
110600
Klinische Tests zur Angsterfassung Clinical Anxiety Tests
110700
Klinische Tests zu Zwängen Clinical Obsessive-Compulsive Tests
110800
Klinische Tests zur Suizidneigung Clinical Tests for Suicide Risk
110900
Klinische Tests zur Suchtgefährdung Clinical Tests for Substance Abuse Risks
111000
Klinische Tests für sexuelle Probleme Clinical Tests for Sexual Problems
111100
Klinische Tests zum Essverhalten Clinical Eating Behavior Tests
111200
Befindlichkeitsskalen Mood Scales
111300
Beschwerdenlisten Complaints Checklists 
111400
Schmerzskalen Pain Scales 
111500
Verfahren zur Erfassung von Lebensqualität und Lebenszufriedenheit Quality of Life & Life Satisfaction Measures
111600
Verfahren zur Erfassung von Einsamkeit Loneliness Measures 
111700
Verfahren zur Erfassung von Schlafstörungen Sleep Disorders Measures  
111800
Verfahren zur Erfassung des sozialen Netzwerks und der sozialen Unterstützung Social Network & Social Support Measures 
111900
Copingskalen und -verfahren Coping Scales & Measures
112000
Verhaltensskalen im Bereich der Klinischen Psychologie Clinical Behavior Scales 
112100
Psychiatrische Tests Psychiatric Tests
112200
Neuropsychologische Verfahren Neuropsychological Tests 
112210 Demenztests Test for Dementia
112300
Diagnostische Verfahren in der Ehe-, Partner- und Familientherapie Diagnostic Measures in Marriage & Couple & Family Therapy
112400
Verfahren zur Therapieverlaufs-, Therapieprozess- und Therapieveränderungsdiagnostik Therapy Process & Outcome Measures
112500
Gesundheitspsychologische und Verhaltensmedizinische Verfahren Health Psychology & Behavioral Medicine Measures
112600
Verfahren der verhaltenstheoretischen Diagnostik Behavioral Diagnosis
112610
Verhaltenstherapeutische Tests zur Selbstbehauptung Assertiveness Tests
112620
Verstärkerlisten Reinforcement Survey Schedules
112700
Verfahren aus dem Bereich der Rehabilitation Rehabilitation Measures
119900
Sonstige Verfahren im Bereich der Klinischen Psychologie Other Clinical Mesures
120000
Verhaltensskalen Behavior Scales 
120100
Verfahren zur Erfassung von Alltagsverhalten und -erleben Everyday Behavior & Life Experiences Measures
120110
Verfahren zur Erfassung des Kaufverhaltens Shoppping Behavior Measures
120120
Verfahren zur Erfassung des Freizeitverhaltens Leisure Time Measures
120200
Erzieherverhalten Childrearing Behavior Measures
120300
Verfahren zur Erfassung von Interaktionen Social Interaction Measures 
129900
Sonstige Verhaltensskalen Other Behavior Scales 
130000
Sonstige Verfahren Other Measures & Scales
130100
Verfahren zur Erfassung soziographischer Daten Sociographic Measures
130200
Soziometrische Verfahren Sociometric Measures
130300
Explorations- und Anamneseschemata Biographical Analysis & Biographical Diagnostics
130400
Response Sets Response Sets
130410
Tests zur Erfassung sozialer Erwünschtheit Social Desirability Scales
130420
Tests zur Erfassung von Antworttendenzen Response Bias Scales
139900
Sonstige nicht näher klassifizierbare Verfahren Other Nonclassifiable Measures

 

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TG German Test Classification Codes [Phrase Index]
tests zur sprachlichen entwicklung.tg.
 

The Test Classification Codes (TG) field is contains numeric codes that correspond to the descriptive terms in German translation.

There are a total of 181 German Test Classification Codes (13 main categories and 168 subcategories).

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TI Title [Word Indexed]
teacher.ti.
 

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turkish.ts.
 

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200011.up.
 

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URL [Word Indexed]
ueber.ur.

 

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VL Validity [Word Indexed]
validierung.vl.
 

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YR Year of Publication [Phrase Indexed]
2008.yr.
 

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OR x or y verbal or visual "Verbal Behavior and Interest in Language"

 

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AND x and y spatial perception and rotation "Mental Rotation - a Test for the Assessment of Spatial Perception"

 

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NOT x not y intelligence not verbal "Image Based Intelligence-Test for Preschool Age Children"

 

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Adjacency (ADJ) x y block rotation "A block rotation task"

 

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Defined Adjacency (ADJn) x ADJn y visual adj3 verbal "Visual and Verbal Memory T"

 

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Frequency (FREQ) x.ab./FREQ=n verbal.ab. /freq=5 "Neben der Zweiteilung in einen Verbal- und einen Handlungs-IQ"

 

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Mandated Wildcard (#) xx#y wom#n "Maltreatment of Women Inventory"

 

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Optional Wildcard (?) xx?y colo?r "Tests for Colour-Deficiency"

 

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Abstracts Sentence Syntax:
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Command Syntax: ..l/1 ab=y
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Age Group Sentence Syntax: limit 1 to neonatal <birth to age 1 mo>, limit 1 to adulthood
 

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Sample Documents
Sample 1
Accession Number:
	9007027
Title:
	RFI-J
	Rachefantasieinventar fuer Jugendliche (PSYNDEX Tests Info)
	Revenge Fantasy Inventory for Adolescents/journal
Author:
	Warncke, S; Klapprott, F; Scheithauer, H
Year of Publication:
	2015
Source:
	2015
	Das Rachefantasieinventar fuer Jugendliche (RFI-J): Entwicklung und Validierung [Zusatzmaterial im Internet]. Praxis
   	der Kinderpsychologie und Kinderpsychiatrie, 64 (6), 443-459.
	Online im Internet, URL: http://www.vr-elibrary.de/doi/pd...
Language:
	German
Publication Type:
	Test; Electronic Resources [90; 94]
Country:
	Germany
Test Availability:
	Die Items sind vollstaendig enthalten in Warncke, Klapprott und Scheithauer (2015, Zusatzmaterial im Internet, S. 12-13).
Correspondence Address:
	Dipl.-Psych. Dipl.-Kfm. Stephan Warncke, Freie Universitaet Berlin, Arbeitsbereich Entwicklungswissenschaft und
   	Angewandte Entwicklungspsychologie, Habelschwerdter Allee 45, D-14195 Berlin ; E-Mail:
  	mailto:stephan.warncke@fu-berlin... ; URL: http://www.ewi-psy.fu-berlin.de/... ; Stand: 23.12.2015; Prof. Dr. Herbert 
   	Scheithauer, Dipl.-Psych., Freie Universitaet Berlin, Arbeitsbereich Entwicklungswissenschaft und Angewandte 	
   	Entwicklungspsychologie, Habelschwerdter Allee 45, D-14195 Berlin ; E-Mail: mailto:herbert.scheithauer@fu-be... ; 
   	URL: http://www.ewi-psy.fu-berlin.de/... ; Stand: 23.12.2015
Subject Headings:
	*Classical Test Theory
	*Questionnaires
	*Rating Scales
	*Attitude Measures
	Personality Measures
	Retaliation
	Fantasy
	Emotional Regulation
	Aggressive Behavior
	Emotions
	Personality Traits
	Interpersonal Interaction
	Anger
	Morality
German Subject Headings:
	Klassische Testtheorie (focus)
	Frageboegen (focus)
	Rating-Skalen (focus)
	Einstellungstests (focus)
   	Persoenlichkeitstests
	Vergeltung
	Phantasie
	Emotionsregulation
	Aggressionsverhalten
	Emotionen
	Persoenlichkeitsmerkmale
	Interpersonale Interaktion
	Aerger
	Moral
Classification Codes:
	Personality Scales & Inventories [2223; 22]
	Motivation & Emotion [2360; 23]
German Classification Codes:
	Perseonlichkeitstests [2223; 22]
	Motivation und Emotion [2360; 23]
Key Phrase:
	2015; 24 Items; Subskalen: 1 Racheablehnung, 2 Negative Emotionalitaet, 3 Emotionsregulation, 4 Physische 
   	Aggression, 5 Relationale Aggression; Normierungsjahr: keine Angaben!
Age Group:
	Adolescence
Intended Audience:
	Research (Tests)
Test Classification Codes:
	Other Personality Tests [099900]
German Test Classification Codes:
	Sonstige Persoenlichkeitsverfahren [099900]
URL:
	o Warncke, S., Klapprott, F. & Scheithauer, H. (2015). Das Rachefantasieinventar fuer Jugendliche (RFI-J): 
   	Entwicklung und Validierung [Zusatzmaterial im Internet] [PDF] (http://www.vr-elibrary.de/doi/pd... ); Stand: 3.2.2016
Indexing:
	MA , 23.12.2015
Update Code:
	201602
Sample 2
Accession Number:
	9007089
Title:
	KBI
	Klinisches Bindungsinterview (PSYNDEX Tests Info)
	Clinical Attachment Interview/zpid
	Synonym(e): Klinisches Bindungsinterview bei pathologischem Computer-/Internetgebrauch; Klinisches Interview zum
    	schaedlichen PC-Gebrauch und zur Bindungsorganisation
Author:
	Schuhler, P
Year of Publication:
	2014
Source:
	2014
	Das klinische Bindungsinterview bei pathologischem Computer-/Internet-Gebrauch: Implikationen fuer das
    	psychotherapeutische Vorgehen. Rausch, 3 (3-4), 209-219.
Language:
	German
Publication Type:
	Test; Other Publication [90; 922]
Country:
	Germany
Test Availability:
	Der Interviewleitfaden ist vollstaendig enthalten in Schuhler (2014, S. 210) sowie Schuhler und Vogelgesang (2012,
    	Beilage CD-ROM).
Correspondence Address:
	Dr. phil. Petra Schuhler, AHG Klinik Muenchwies, Zentrum fuer Psychosomatische Medizin, Psychotherapie und
    	Suchtmedizin, Turmstrasse 50-58, D-66540 Neunkirchen ; E-Mail: mailto:pschuhler@ahg.de ; URL: http://www.ahg.de
    	/AHG/Standorte/... ; Stand: 28.02.2016.
Subject Headings:
	*Classical Test Theory
	*Interviews
	*Interview Schedules
	*Clinical Psychology
	Internet Addiction
	Computer Usage
	Attachment Behavior
	Interviewing
	Problem Solving
	Self-Perception
	Emotions
	Motivation
	Mentalization
German Subject Headings:
	Klassische Testtheorie (focus)
	Interviews (focus)
	Interviewleitfaeden (focus)
	Klinische Psychologie (focus)
	Internetsucht
	Computernutzung
	Bindungsverhalten
	Interviewen
	Problemloesen
	Selbstwahrnehmung
	Emotionen
	Motivation
	Mentalisierung
Classification Codes:
	Clinical Psychological Testing [2224; 22]
	Substance Abuse & Addiction [3233; 32]
	Psychotherapy & Psychotherapeutic Counseling [3310; 33]
German Classification Codes:
	Klinische Psychodiagnostik [2224; 22]
	Sucht [3233; 32]
	Psychotherapie und psychotherapeutische Beratung [3310; 33]
Key Phrase:
	2007; Semistrukturierte Interviews; 16 Items; 19 Items; Bereiche: 1 Entwicklung und Funktionalitaet des PC-/Internet-
    	Gebrauchs sowie Reaktion des sozialen Umfelds, 2 Beziehung zu den Eltern und Verbindung dieser fruehen
    	Beziehungserfahrungen zur PC-/Internet-Aktivitaet, 3 Bindungsrelevante Situationen: Trennung, Zurueckweisung,
    	Ablehnung, Gewalterfahrung und PC-/Internet-Aktivitaet; Normierungsjahr: keine Angaben!
Age Group:
	Adulthood
Intended Audience:
	Clinical Diagnosis
Test Classification Codes:
	Clinical Tests for Substance Abuse Risks [110900]
German Test Classification Codes:
	Klinische Tests zur Suchtgefaehrdung [110900]
Indexing:
	MA , 28.02.2016
References:
	Petry, J. (2010). Dysfunktionaler und pathologischer PC- und Internet-Gebrauch (S. 173: Interviewleitfaden bei
    	pathologischem PC-/Internet-Gebrauch - Hinweise fuer die Interviewfuehrung S. 174-176: Interviewleitfaden bei
    	pathologischem PC-/Internet-Gebrauch). Goettingen: Hogrefe.
    	Schuhler, P. & Vogelgesang, M. (2012). Pathologischer PC-/Internet-Gebrauch. Eine Therapieanleitung [Beilage:
    	CD-ROM mit Klinischem Interviewleitfaden zum pathologischen PC-/Internet-Gebrauch]. Goettingen: Hogrefe.
Update Code:
	201602
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