Buros Mental Measurements Yearbook

The Buros Mental Measurements Yearbook (MMY) is a comprehensive compilation of test reviews oriented to test consumers. It is published by the Buros Center for Testing, University of Nebraska–Lincoln within the Educational Psychology Department in the College of Education and Human Sciences. The first MMY was published in 1938; Volume 19 was published in 2014. The MMY is well respected across fields and is used to find tests appropriate for making decisions about employment, as a reference, for discussion within college courses related to psychological testing, and in the courts.

Reviewed tests within the MMY represent a variety of fields, including psychology (e.g., personality, intelligence, behavior), vocational, education, and the business community. To be reviewed in the MMY, each test must meet several criteria; specifically, they ...

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