APA neither sells nor endorses testing instruments, but it does provide guidance in using available resources to find psychological tests
Section 1: Published Psychological Tests
The first section contains information about published psychological tests — those available for purchase through a test publisher. It includes tips on how to locate tests within a given subject area, how to contact the test publisher once you find an appropriate test, and where to find computerized testing materials and information.
Finding Information on a Particular Test
Finding a Particular Type of Test
Locating a Specific Test
Locating Test Publishers
Available Software and Scoring Services
Additional Information on the Proper Use of Tests
Section 2: Unpublished Psychological Tests and Measures
The second section focuses on unpublished psychological tests and measures — those that are not available commercially for purchase. Information about unpublished tests usually appears in journal articles. The test can usually be obtained directly from the researcher who created the test or measure. This section tells you how to find unpublished tests in your area of interest and highlights your responsibilities as a user of unpublished psychological tests.
Section 3: A Final Word and Responsibilities of Test Users