The Abel Assessment for Sexual Interest (also Abel Assessment for Interest in Paraphilias) is an assessment test that is asserted by its developer to measure sexual interest in various subjects – and especially to measure a tendency toward pedophilia.  The test was created by Dr. Gene G. Abel in 1995, and has been subsequently revised several times. It has been used as evidence in Northern America when prosecuting sex offenders.
Dyadic Adjustment Scale. Taylor-Johnson Temperament Analysis. Buss-Durkee Hostility Inventory. Attitudes Toward Women Scale. Abel Assessment for Interest in Paraphilias.