For those involved in the management of patients with neurologic disease and in the design and management of neurologic clinical trials this source presents a wide range of scales used in specific diseases and neurorehabilitation. Each entry notes: the purpose for which the scale was developed and detailed description about validation.
Review available instruments that measure select clinical phenomena; review selected studies employing each tool; identify an instrument's strengths and weaknesses; and develop instruments for cross-cultural research.
Call Number: WA 900.1 B787me 2001 (HSL Reference and 3rd floor)
reviews disease specific measures of quality of life and, where relevant, popularly used symptom and single dimension scales. It is intended as a source book for researchers, medical and health care practitioners who are involved in the measurement of the outcome of health services.
Location: HSL Reference BF 176. T345.1
Contains critiques of what are considered to be the most frequently used psychological, educational, and business tests. Handles questions of reliability, validity, and test construction.
Serves as a comprehensive index to the Mental Measurements Yearbooks. Gives a descriptive listing of and references to commercially-published tests. Entries contain information such as purpose of the test, publication date, target population, scores, administration time, price data, and cross-references.