“One of the most challenging tasks for multicultural researchers is finding psychometrically robust and practical measures. For years I have been waiting for one comprehensive source of empirically supported measures to help guide my work. Finally it has arrived! This Handbook of Multicultural Measures is the most complete and up-to-date compendium of promising instruments for research in all areas of cultural psychology. Graduate students and seasoned researchers who often spend weeks trying to locate appropriate measures for their research, will now identify the best measure for their study in one day, thanks to this complete and highly readable text.”
—Joseph G. Ponterotto, Fordham University
Providing readers with cutting-edge details on multicultural instrumentation, theories, and research in the social, behavioral, and health-related fields, this Handbook offers extensive coverage of empirically-supported multicultural measurement instruments that span a wide variety of subject areas such as ethnic and racial identity, racism, disability, and gender roles. Readers learn how to differentiate among and identify appropriate research tools for a particular project. This Handbook provides clinical practitioners with a useful starting point in their search for multicultural assessment devices they can use with diverse clients to inform clinical treatment.