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 [in´ven-tor″e]
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.

in·ven·tor·y

(in'ven-tōr-ē),
A detailed, often descriptive, list of items, used in psychological and psychiatric assessment of various behavioral phenomena. See: construct (2).

inventory

/in·ven·to·ry/ (in´ven-tor″e) a comprehensive list of personality traits, aptitudes, and interests; some of the most popular include the California Personality I. (CPI), Millon Clinical Multiaxial I. (MCMI), and Minnesota Multiphasic Personality I. (MMPI).

inventory

Psychometrics A questionnaire or test designed to measure aptitudes, interest or traits. See Hogean Personality Inventory, Miller Clinical Inventory, Multiaxial Inventory, MMPI, NEO Personality Inventory, Social Support Inventory, State-Trait Anxiety Inventory, Texas Primary Reading inventory, Tobacco Withdrawal Symptoms Inventory.

in·ven·tor·y

(in'vĕn-tōr-ē)
A detailed, often descriptive, list of items.

in·ven·tor·y

(in'vĕn-tōr-ē)
A detailed, often descriptive, list of items, tools, devices, dressings, or materials.
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