Looking for a questionnaire for a personality trait or other “individual difference” measure?
The easiest way to find measures for these types of constructs is the Index of International Personality Item Pool (IPIP) Scales.
Users look up a trait and then are given a short list of items that have been shown to discriminate among levels of that construct. Add a Likert scale to the items and you have a questionnaire.
Citing the IPIP:
Name of Scale. Retrieved July 34, 2013, from International personality item pool: A scientific collaboratory for the development of advanced measures of personality traits and other individual differences: http://ipip.ori.org/
Tip: Limit your search term to TI (Title) or SU (Subjects)*
APA Citation will be at the top of each test PDF. Example:
Stöber, J. (1999). Social Desirability Scale-17 [Database record]. Retrieved from PsycTESTS. doi: 10.1037/t03607-000
The quickest and most successful path to finding copies of very specific surveys and questionnaires is in the appendices of dissertations.