Factored scales for the MMPI

a clinical and statistical manual
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Journal of clinical psychology , Brandon, Vt
Mental illness -- Diagnosis., Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inven
Statementby William J. Eichman.
SeriesJournal of clinical psychology. Monograph supplement, no. 15
LC ClassificationsRC321 .J742 no. 15
The Physical Object
Pagination34 p.
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Open LibraryOL5600872M
LC Control Number68007349

A Factor Structure for the MMPI-A Replication With Male Delinquents Robert P. Archer Eastern Virginia Medical School P. Kevin Bolinskey University of Virginia Todd L. Morton Kelly L. Farris South Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice The Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory–Adolescent (MMPI-A) Structural Sum.

The adequacy of the MMPI-2 Harris-Lingoes subscales: a cross-cultural factor analytic study of Scales D, Hy, Pd, Pa, Sc, and Ma. The authors investigated cross-culturally the factor structure of Scales D, Hy, Pd, Pa, Sc, and Ma of the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (S. Hathaway & J.

McKinley, ) to examine the adequacy of the Harris-Lingoes (HL) subscales developed for these Cited by: 9. The MMPI®-3 score and interpretive reports provide raw and T scores for all 52 empirically validated scales.

These reports also enable users to include comparative means and standard deviations for a variety of comparison groups from mental health, medical, forensic, and public safety settings or to include descriptive Factored scales for the MMPI book from their own customized comparison group.

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This is Welsh's first factor of the MMPI items. What you get is a general psychopathology scale, not just "anxiety". The items are obvious and therefore sensitive to response bias. Welsh's A is more pathological than scale 7 Pyschasthenia.

The A factor may represent ego-alien symptoms, whereas 7 is more characterlogical anxiety. Because all other MMPI-2 scores that aid Factored scales for the MMPI book the interpretation of the Clinical Scales (the Harris-Lingoes Subscales, Restructured Clinical Scales, Content and Content Component Scales, PSY-5 Scales, and Supplementary Scales) are not K-corrected, they can be compared most directly with.

The MMPI-A-RF is composed of items, is linked to current models of psychopathology and personality, and features 48 empirically validated scales relevant for use with adolescents in a variety of clinical, forensic, and school settings. The MMPI-A-RF provides a valuable alternative to the MMPI-A test.

MMPI-2 instruments that were obtained through a PSYCHLIT search. The search words used were “MMPI-2”, “International” and “Cross-Cultural.” Articles on the MMPIRF, along with the MMPI-2, are included in this resource even though the scales comprising the two instruments are different in makeup, construction and utility.

MMPIRF: RC Scales Ø RC6: Ideas of Persecution – Self-referential beliefs that others pose a threat Ø RC7: Dysfunctional Negative Emotions – Maladaptive anxiety, anger, irritability Ø RC8: Aberrant Experiences-- Unusual perceptions or thoughts Ø RC9: Hypomanic Activation – Over-Activation, aggression, impulsivity, and grandiosity.

I used this book for a master's level behavioral/personality assessment course. We spent about half of the semester on the MMPI-2, and this book was really informative and helped foster knowledge around the assessment.

Since ending the course, I have not kept the book, as most information you need to interpret the MMPI-2 can be found s:   The MMPIRF builds on the foundation of the RC Scales, which are theoretically more stable and homogenous than the older clinical scales on which they are roughly based.

Publications on the MMPIRC Scales include book chapters, multiple published articles in peer-reviewed journals, and address the use of the scales in a wide range of settings.

These scales are more obvious (and more fakable than the MMPI-2 Clinical Scales). They are meant to be more distinct, and supposedly clearer forms of the Clinical scales (Tellegen, Ben-Porath, McNulty, Arbisi, Graham, and Kaemmer, ). They may be helpful as sub-scales to the MMPI-2 Clinical scales, but not as separate clinical scales.

His most recent book, The MMPI–2/MMPI–2-RF: An Interpretive Manual (3rd ed.) was published in He recently received the Bruno Klopfer Award from the Society for Personality Assessment for lifetime contributions to the field of assessment.

His books on the MMPI–2 have been among the standard references for more than two decades.

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New Scales Too Much Pathology PsycCRITIQUES DecemVol. 51, No. 50, Article 10 Two Great MMPI–2 Books A Review of MMPI–2: Assessing Personality and Psychopathology (4th ed.).

by John R. Graham New York: Oxford University Press, pp. ISBN $ MMPI–2: A Practitioner's Guide by James N. Butcher (Ed.). adequate measures.

The items of the MMPIRF accommodate a total of 51 scales: 9 Validity Scales and 42 substantive scales.

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The 9 Validity Scales consist of 7 revised MMPI-2 validity indicators and two new scales. The 42 substan-tive scales consist of the 9 previously developed. Restructured Clinical (RC) Scales (Tellegen et al. time the MMPI-A was administered.

Configural Validity Scale Interpretation This adolescent has produced a consistent MMPI-A response pattern reflected in acceptable values on validity scales VRIN and TRIN.

No configural hypotheses are available for this F-L-K scale pattern of scores. Both F1 and F2 are below T-score values of The MMPIRF report includes T -score-level interpretive text of validity scales, higher-order scales, restructured clinical scales, somatic/cognitive scales, internalizing scales, externalizing scales, interpersonal scales, interest scales, and PSYr scales.

Data can be easily imported from Q Local ™ or from the MMPI-2 AIS Version 3. B Item Composition of MMPI-A Basic Scales, Harris-Lingoes and Si Subscales, Supplementry Scales, and Content Scales C T-Score Conversions for MMPI-A Basic Validity and Clinical Scales, Content and Supplementary Scales, and the Harris-Lingoes and Si Subscales They selected items from the MMPI-2 item pool that matched their model and developed five scales: Aggressiveness (AGGR), Psychoticism (PSYC), Disconstraint (DISC), Negative Emotionality/Neuroticism (NEGE), and Introversion/Low Positive Emotionality (INTR).

The Personality Psychopathology Five (PSY-5) Scales Harkness, McNulty, Ben-Porath, and Graham () described the Psychopathology Five (PSY-5) scales for the MMPI The selection of the PSY-5 constructs was based on research to determine how lay people classified or discriminated personality characteristics or personality problems (Harkness, ).

In book: Encyclopedia of Personality and Individual Differences, pp and demographic factors led to MMPI-2 clinical scale elevations. Significance: The results provide evidence that in the.

A principal-component analysis of the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI) item pool by Johnson, Butcher, Null, and Johnson () resulted in 21 factor scales. An independent analysis of the MMPI item pool by Costa, Zonderman, McCrae, and Williams () resulted in 9 factor scales.

In this study, we report two analyses. In the first analysis, we scored the MMPI and an. MMPI (minnesota multiphasic personality inventory) 1. Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory - Jeet Nadpara 2. It is the most widely used multi-trait self report test. It was originally developed by Hathaway and Mckinley in to aid clinical psychologist in the diagnosis of psychological disorder.

They used an empirical strategy to construct MMPI. Empirical approach: test. The Types of the MMPI Test. There are three MMPI tests: the MMPI-2, MMPIRF, and the MMPI-A (this version of the test is titled Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-Adolescent).

Two are primarily used for adults, and one is intended only for teenagers. The MMPI. The psychometric properties of nine factor scales (Costa, Zonderman, Williams & McCrae, ; Journal of Personality and Social Psychol –) of the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI) developed for nonclinical populations were examined over a one year test-retest the initial testing session, 40 university undergraduate roommate pairs (i.e.

80 subjects. We investigated the MMPI–2 Restructured Clinical (RC) scales (Tellegen et al., ) to determine if they had a more differentiated factor structure than the MMPI–2 Clinical scales.

When factored alone, the RC scales had a 5-dimensional structure; the Clinical scales had 3 dimensions. When factored in combination with the Content scales. versions of the MMPIRF’s RC and factor scales when applied to archival adolescent MMPI data.

Method: We explored the internal consistency, temporal stability, and convergent and criterion validity of newly derived MMPI-adapted RC scales and MMPI-adapted higher-order factors (MMPI-ARC and MMPI-AF) using data from the first normative.

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MMPIRF Development & Constructs Interpretive Guidelines Case Studies Important Differences between MMPI-2 and MMPIRF Validity Scales Elimination of item overlap F-r Fs FBS-r RBS 50+ peer-reviewed articles Focus on Psychological Constructs rather than Psychiatric Syndromes Constructs delineated in Ben-Porath () book.

Since these early efforts, a wide variety of personality scales and questionnaires have been developed, including the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI), the Sixteen Personality Factor Questionnaire (16PF), the Comrey Personality Scales (CPS), among many others.

I used this book for a master's level behavioral/personality assessment course. We spent about half of the semester on the MMPI-2, and this book was really informative and helped foster knowledge around the assessment.

Since ending the course, I have not kept the book, as most information you need to interpret the MMPI-2 can be found online. PK and PS correlated and showed highly similar correlations with MMPI-2 validity, clinical, content and supplementary scales for both groups, which indicated that these scales are indices of."This guide is a vital tool for effective use of the recently released MMPIRF.

Yossef S. Ben-Porath, a leading expert on the MMPI instruments, provides detailed descriptions of the scales of the test, tables with interpretive recommendations for each scale, and an abundance of illustrative cases from a wide variety of settings, including forensic (criminal and civil), medical, and personnel.Reusable Answer Keys (plastic templates) for all standard MMPI-2 scales.

50 Answer Sheets. 50 Profile and Record Forms for all standard MMPI-2 Scales. Tote Bag for carrying and storage. K-Corrected and Non – K Corrected Validity and Clinical Scales (19) RC (Restructured Clinical) Scales (9) Clinical Subscales (31) Content Scales (15).