In the Ovid version of PsycINFO available through Milner Library, conduct a search for the title or type of test you seek. Then conduct a keyword search for the word "appended." Combine your results sets with the AND operator. Your results will include citations to articles with some type of materials appended, oftentimes test instruments.
PsycINFO has a convenient Tests & Measures limiter as well. Using the Tests & Measures limiter restricts your results to articles or books about a test instrument and eliminates articles and books about research that uses an instrument but are about some other topic. Using the Tests & Measures limiter does not limit results to articles or books that include copies of test instruments.
Sometimes copies of tests or measurements can be found using the ERIC database. One caveat--many of the citations you locate will be for ERIC Documents, and many of the ERIC Documents have been temporarily taken down due to privacy concerns.
Doctoral students often create instruments for their own research. You can use the Digital Dissertations database to search for tests that may be contained in the appendixes of dissertations. When searching Digital Dissertations, you can use the combination of tests, measure, or instrument along with you subject inquiry. Then check the abstracts of the citations to see if a test or measurement is mentioned. Remember that the writer of the dissertation holds copyright and will need to be contacted for permission. Also, keep in mind issues of reliability and validity.
Beginning in 1994, CINAHL began indexing research instruments as a publication type. However, other CINAHL records may also include information about research instruments. To find a work that is a published research instrument, search for a Publication Type of RESEARCH INSTRUMENT. This indicates the work indexed is actually a research instrument.
Some of the instruments are included full text, others are not. If the test is not available full text, ordering and copyright information are included.