The Testothek has a large stock of psychological test procedures with a focus on learning and performance diagnostics. Many tests are available in multiple copies; new procedures are acquired on a regular basis.
The Testothek is open to all staff and students of the faculties of Education, Psychology and Sociology as well as Rehabilitation Sciences during opening hours for viewing and borrowing test procedures. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the staff of the Testothek.
In addition to the lending of tests, it is also possible to familiarize oneself with certain procedures on site and to use the Testothek as a 'place of learning'. Employees can use the Testothek for teaching purposes as part of their seminars by arrangement with the supervisors.
Loan of test procedures is only possible for employees and students of the Department of Education, Psychology and Sociology as well as Rehabilitation Sciences . Beyond the Departments, only on-site viewing of the test procedures is permitted.
A valid UniCard or a current certificate of enrollment must be presented for the first loan. You can borrow the tests for a maximum of 14 days.
If the borrowed test is not marked, an extension is possible after consultation with the supervisors (by phone/email). If a test is not available from the Testothek's stock, it can be reserved for pick-up for 7 days after its return. By borrowing the material, full responsibility for it is assumed.
All components of the test(s) are absolutely prohibited from being copied. There is no charge for borrowing the tests. In case of damage, loss or non-return of the test(s), the cost of repair, replacement or compensation for value must be paid.
- 1.1 Developmental tests
- 1.2 Intelligence tests
- 1.3 General development tests
- 1.4 School tests
- 1.4.1 School enrollment tests
- 1.4.2 Special school aptitude tests
- 1.4.3 Multi-subject tests
- 1.4.4 Reading tests
- 1.4.5 Spelling tests
- 1.4.6 Mathematics and arithmetic tests
- 1.5 Special functional and achievement tests
- 2.1 Personality structure tests
- 2.2 Attitude and interest tests
- 2.3 Clinical tests
- 3.1 Verbal-thematic tests
- 3.2 Drawing and design procedures
- 4 Support material
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