BMDS is now inviting applications for a $500 merit-based HaPI Measurement Scholarship, to be awarded up to twice a year to selected graduate students, to support their master’s thesis, dissertation or other research in the health or psychosocial sciences. Any U.S.-based graduate student in the health or psychosocial science fields (e.g., psychology, counseling, sociology, social work, nursing, public health) who is in their 2nd year or beyond is eligible to apply for a HaPI Measurement Scholarship.
Health and Psychosocial Instruments (HaPI)
Providing teachers, students, and researchers with access to the most comprehensive bibliographic resource for behavioral measurement tools available.
HaPI is a bibliographic database that contains over 235,000 records providing detailed, comprehensive information about behavioral and psychosocial measurement tools for researchers across diverse disciplines and professions. For nearly four decades, HaPI has been the premier instrument database for health and psychological measurement instruments in the fields of medicine, nursing, psychology, public health, social work, communication, and sociology.
At Behavioral Database Measurement Services (BMDS), we are dedicated to helping researchers, students, and practitioners locate questionnaires, interviews, surveys, and other tests most relevant to their investigations, grant proposals, papers, theses, and dissertations. Records in the HaPI database describe what various instruments are designed to assess, along with response formats, sample items, psychometric properties, and much more. By providing researchers with access to a vast, unparalleled selection of measurement tools, our goal is to help our database patrons to enhance the quality, reliability, and validity of their measurement techniques.
Psychology Instruments & Research Tools - Benefits of HaPI
Behavioral Measurement Database Services (BMDS) seeks to share information about psychological measurement tools used in research, teaching, and administration. Listed below are just a few examples of how HaPI can meet your needs:
HaPI is available from your library through EBSCO or OvidSP.