APA FAQ on Psychological Tests American Psychological Association APA neither sells nor endorses testing instruments, but it does provide guidance in using available resources to find psychological tests. Answers to frequently asked questions are provided here.
Goldberg's Depression Scale Ivan Goldberg Patients may reproduce this scale and use it on a weekly basis to track their moods. It also might be used to show doctors how symptoms have changed from one visit to the next. Changes of five or more points are significant. This scale is not designed to make a diagnosis of depression or take the place of a professional diagnosis.
MindWise Innovations MindWise Innovations This non-profit organization was developed to coordinate nationwide mental health screening programs and to ensure cooperation, professionalism, and accountability in mental illness screenings. All programs are free to the public and screenings are anonymous. Programs are conducted by local health professionals with materials provided by the organization. This site discusses various programs offered to colleges, primary/specialty care providers, workplaces, high schools, the military and more.
Psychological Self-Tests and Quizzes Counselling Resource These fun and educational, psychological self-tests may help increase your awareness of particular experiences or forms of psychological distress. Categories of tests available includes Adult ADHD, Alcohol and Drug Use, Bipolar Disorder, Depression, relationship issues, and more. The author includes an important warning that psychological self-tests and quizzes administered via a website and without further interaction with a mental health professional should not be used as tools for diagnosing any type of health or mental health condition.