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a comprehensive list of personality traits, aptitudes, and interests.
California Personality inventory CPI; a self-report, true-false questionnaire designed to measure aspects of personality style. It is generally used in counseling situations or for less than severe psychopathology.
Millon Clinical Multiaxial inventory MCMI; a true-false, self-report questionnaire designed to produce a profile of the personality style and structure underlying mental disorders.
Minnesota Multiphasic Personality inventory MMPI; a psychological test in questionnaire form in which the answers to true-false statements show dimensions of the subject's personality structure and provide comparison with responses made by persons in various diagnostic categories.
Min·ne·so·ta Mul·ti·pha·sic Per·son·al·i·ty In·ven·tor·y test (MMPI),
a questionnaire type of psychological test for ages 16 and older, with 550 true-false statements coded in four validity and ten personality scales which may be administered in both an individual or group format.
Synonym(s): Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory
Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI)
a commonly used psychological test that includes over 500 statements for interpretation by the subject, used clinically for evaluating personality and detecting various disorders in adults. The current version is the MMPI-2. The adolescent version is the MMPI-A.
Minnesota Multiphasic Personality InventoryMMPI Psychology A widely used true-false test for evaluating a person's psychological and personality 'profile'. See Psychological testing.
Min·ne·so·ta Mul·ti·pha·sic Per·son·al·i·ty In·ven·to·ry(MMPI) (min-ĕ-sō'tă mŭl'ti-fā'zik pĕr-sŏn-al'i-tē in'vĕn-tōr-ē)
A questionnaire type of psychological test for ages 16 years and older, with 550 true-false statements coded in four validity and 10 personality scales, which may be administered in either an individual or group format.