Mental Measurements Yearbooks: 2016 Update

Buros has updated its website but you can still find all the information you need to read a test review in The Mental Measurements Yearbooks which the Library has in print (volumes 3rd – 19th).

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  • On the Test Reviews Online page type in what you are looking for. In the example below we typed in the acronym for Test of Early Mathematics Ability (TEMA).
  • Hit SEARCH

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Click the blue hyperlink Test of Early Mathematics Ability. Third Edition

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  • Look  at the record and find the section called Reviewed In.
  • You should see information leading you to appropriate Mental Measurements Yearbook.

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Finally, go to the Ready Reference area and locate the The Sixteenth Mental Measurements Yearbook.

Crehan, K. D. (2003). [Review of the Test of Early Mathematics Abbility, Third Edition]. In R. A. Spies, B. S. Plake, & L. L. Murphy (Eds.), The sixteenth mental measurements yearbook (pp. 1036-1038). Lincoln, NE: Buros Institute of Mental Measurements.

Monsaas, J. A. (2003). [Review of the Test of Early Mathematics Abbility, Third Edition]. In R. A. Spies, B. S. Plake, & L. L. Murphy (Eds.), The sixteenth mental measurements yearbook (pp. 1038-1040). Lincoln, NE: Buros Institute of Mental Measurements.

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