Psychological tests, measures and scales usually come in the form of questionnaires with a grading and analysis scheme. You will find many articles citing research using scales but it can be difficult to source the scales themselves. This is because they are often commercially copyrighted and not available for use without payment or permission - the cost can be several hundred pounds.
This page will help you find suitable questionnaires and explain the process for checking the necessary permissions before using them in your own work.
The TORS Specialist Resource Centre are able to provide access to over a hundred psychology questionnaires for student use. Use the 'Tests & Questionnaires' tab on their Bb site to check which tests are available. If you are not enrolled on the site, please email email@example.com.
If they don't have a particular test it may be possible to obtain a copy from the original author who may be happy to help and allow academic use. The Psychology, Sociology and Politics department have a limited budget for obtaining new questionnaires and scales.
APA PsycTests is a good sources for finding pre-existing measures/questionnaires. Once you have found one that's useful, you will be able to see whether they have permission to be used for educational purposes.
Before using a questionnaire, you must ensure that you have permission from the copyright owner. There are two steps to the process of checking permissions:
Please also note, that in order to use the questionnaire you will also need how the authors have scored it as some questions may be reverse coded.