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PY 441, Week 5, MMPI-2-RF - MMPI-2-RF PY 441 Week 5 Whats...

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MMPI-2-RF PY 441, Week 5
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What’s New? New, 338-item version of MMPI-2 Authors: Yossef Ben-Porath and Auke Tellegen Subset of MMPI-2 pool Norms based on MMPI-2 sample MMPI-2 remains available and fully supported
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What’s New? 50 Scales 8 Validity Scales 3 Higher-Order Scales 9 RC Scales 23 Specific Problems Scales 5 Somatic/Cognitive 9 Internalizing 4 Externalizing 5 Interpersonal 2 Interest Scales 5 PSY-5 Scales
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MMPI-2-RF: Validity Scales VRIN-r: Variable Response Inconsistency TRIN-r: True Response Inconsistency F-r: Infrequent Responses Fp-r: Infrequent Psychopathology Responses Fs: Infrequent Somatic FBS-r: Symptom Validity L-r: Uncommon Virtues K-r: Adjustment Validity
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MMPI-2-RF: Higher-Order Scales Higher-Order Scales: provide a dimensional assessment of psychopathology: EID – Emotional/Internalizing Dysfunction Problems associated with mood and affect THD – Thought Dysfunction – Problems associated with disordered thinking BXD – Behavioral/Externalizing Dysfunction – Problems associated with under-controlled behavior
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MMPI-2-RF: RC Scales Identical to MMPI-2 RC Scales RCd: Demoralization – General unhappiness and dissatisfaction RC1: Somatic Complaints – Diffuse physical health complaints (Hs) RC2: Low Positive Emotions – Lack of positive emotional responsiveness (D) RC3: Cynicism – Non-self-referential beliefs expressing distrust and a generally low opinion of others RC4: Antisocial Behavior – Rule breaking and irresponsible behavior (Pd)
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