Pruebas Publicadas en Español III


Pruebas Publicadas en Español III

An Index of Spanish Tests in Print

Edited by Jennifer E. Schlueter, Nancy A. Anderson, Janet F. Carlson, and Kurt F. Geisinger

825 pages
1 table, 9 indexes


September 2023


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About the Book

Pruebas Publicadas en Español provides descriptive listings of commercially published tests that are available in part or wholly in Spanish. It builds on the established traditions of the Buros Center for Testing and its long-standing publication series: The Mental Measurements Yearbook (currently in its twenty-first volume) and Tests in Print (currently in its tenth edition). Pruebas Publicadas en Español III is the third edition in this series, which began in 2013. In effect it is a Spanish adaptation of Tests in Print and provides extensive and vital information about tests published in the Spanish language. Its content serves to acquaint test users with available measures and to facilitate appropriate selection of tests.

Pruebas Publicadas en Español III contains descriptive entries for 680 tests. The in-print status of these tests was confirmed by direct correspondence with publishers and procurement of actual test materials. The organization of the volume is encyclopedic in nature, with tests being ordered alphabetically by title. For each test entry, information is presented in Spanish and English, with the left-hand column showing descriptive information in Spanish and the right-hand column showing the same information in English.

Customers who place a standing order for the Pruebas Publicadas en Español series will receive a 10% discount on every volume. To place your standing order, please call 1-800-848-6224 (in the U.S.) or 919-966-7449 (outside the U.S.).

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Author Bio

The Buros Center for Testing, located in the Department of Educational Psychology at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, continues the work of improving the science and practice of testing that Oscar Krisen Buros (1905–1978) began in the 1930s.

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