Self-report Questionnaires

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*[http://ipip.ori.org/ipip/index.htm International Personality Item Pool]--an enormous collection of scales designed to measure almost any personality trait you can imagine; internal consistency information is available for each scale, but little other psychometric information is provided
*[http://ipip.ori.org/ipip/index.htm International Personality Item Pool]--an enormous collection of scales designed to measure almost any personality trait you can imagine; internal consistency information is available for each scale, but little other psychometric information is provided
*[http://www.hs.ttu.edu/research/reifman/qic.htm Social-personality Psychology Instrument Compendium]--contains many links to published and unpublished scales commonly used in social and personality psychology
*[http://www.hs.ttu.edu/research/reifman/qic.htm Social-personality Psychology Instrument Compendium]--contains many links to published and unpublished scales commonly used in social and personality psychology
*[http://www.ppc.sas.upenn.edu/ppquestionnaires.htm Positive Psychology Questionnaires]--a  collection of scales measuring positive emotions, traits and experiences
*[http://www.ppc.sas.upenn.edu/ppquestionnaires.htm Positive Psychology Questionnaires]--a  collection of scales measuring positive emotions, traits and experiences
*[http://www.ppc.sas.upenn.edu/ppquestionnaires.htm CROW Scales Collection]--contains a variety of social/personality-psychology related scales (CROW stands for Course Resources On the Web)  
*[http://www.ppc.sas.upenn.edu/ppquestionnaires.htm CROW Scales Collection]--contains a variety of social/personality-psychology related scales (CROW stands for Course Resources On the Web)  
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* A tremendous number of questionnaires are available on researchers' web sites, so it's always wise to try a careful [http://www.google.com Google] search to track down a specific scale
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* If you have found a sample item in someone else's article (e.g., "We are approaching the limit of the number of people the earth can support") using the sample item (in quotes) as a search term in [http://www.google.com Google] is very likely to produce the full scale
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* A tremendous number of questionnaires are available on researchers' web sites, so even if you don't have a sample item, searching on the name of the scale in [http://www.google.com Google] can be helpful

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