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MMPI

MMPI

abbr.
Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory

MMPI

MMPI

Abbreviation for:
matrix metalloproteinase inhibitor (see there)
Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (see there)

MMPI

Child psychiatry A personality assessment tool widely used in making psychologic evaluations, which is normally given at age 16 and older. Personality testing

MMPI

Abbreviation for Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory.
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5 Depression 4 2 PTSD 4 2 MMPI Validity scales 4 2 Traumatic brain injury 4 2 Lees-Haley Fake-Bad Scale 3 1.
A moderately significant association between the quantitative scores of M-FAST and MMPI validity scales (F F-K) was detected with Spearman test (M-FAST vs MMPI F: [r.
En todo caso, el valor maximo de cada variable no puede superar el numero total de preguntas que componen el test MMPI (478).
Hu)Man versus mean revisited: MMPI group data and psychiatric diagnosis.
2002) tambien demostraron que las escalas F en la version adolescente del MMPI son menos sensibles en condiciones de respuesta aleatoria parcial.
In this way, MMPI scores can be contextualized in relation to MS symptomatology.
Thus, it appears that the feigning of psychological injury in a recognition task such as the MMPI is quite feasible for potential feigners.
He also credits MMPI professionals, particularly The Mart's engineering staff, who were able to substantiate the wisdom of decisions along the way.
2008 marks the 50th anniversary of this 724,000-square-foot trade mart, and the company and its Chicago-based parent, MMPI, have given the post-war industrial building's ground floor lobby a sophisticated, new look.
For example, Patalano (1998) analyzed the MMPI profiles of 160 individuals who abused substances (ages 15 to 28 years) who were tested in the 1970s.
MMPI intends to enforce more comprehensive policies for those working at the Merchandise Mart in order to become an official green building.