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Naescher, S., Schui, G. & Krampen, G. (2012, Juli). Tests made in Germany: International use of psychological tests from the German-speaking countries. (PDF) 30th International Congress of Psychology 2012, Kapstadt, Südafrika.

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  • 1. Tests made in Germany:International use of psychological tests from the German-speaking countries Saskia Naescher*, Gabriel Schui, & Günter Krampen Leibniz Institute for Psychology Information (ZPID), University of Trier ICP 2012 * naescher@zpid.de 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% 0% 1951-1960 1961-1970 1971-1980 1981-1990 1991-2000 2001-2010 Fig. 1: Percentage of psychology literature publications with German authorship in English language from 1951-2010 (PSYNDEX Literature) Number of new test publications 300 266 250 200 272Method 150 86 211 268 100 38 11 38 85• 47 66 50 11 o Analysis of PSYNDEX Tests database, containing 6,500 records of 0 psychological tests from the German-speaking countries. Limiting criteria: N = 1,152 tests developments from German-speaking countries (Austria, Germany or Switzerland) published between 1951 and 2010 in German language: = 115 with (vs. = 1,037 without) Years English translation. o Analysis of PsycINFO database, containing over 3 million records of German-language test developments psychological publications (international coverage with Anglo-American Adaptions of Anglo-american tests bias). Limiting criteria: N = 670 research studies from German- (see Fig. 2: Number of German test developments vs. German-language adaptions of Anglo- above) vs. N = 43 from English-speaking countries (Australia, Canada, American tests in published German psychology tests from 1951-2010 (PSYNDEX Tests) England, Great Britain, Ireland, New Zealand, North America, United Kingdom, & United States) published between 1951 and 2010, employing Fig. 3: Percentages of test one of the 115 specified tests from German-speaking countries with 100% developments from German- English translation (see above). 90% speaking countries with and without English translation fromResults 80% 70% 1951-2010 (PSYNDEX Tests)• 60% 10 % o 50% 40% o 30% 20% 90 % 10% No En En 0% Fig. 4: Percentage of test developments from German-• speaking countries with and o No English translation English translation without English translation 2001-2010Conclusion 1991-2000• 1981-1990 En 1971-1980 Ge• 1961-1970 1951-1960• 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 Fig. 5: Number of research studies from English- vs. German-speaking countries employing test developments from German-speaking countries (PsycINFO)References

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