PY 441-Week 3, Part 3 - MMPI-2: Supplementary Scales...

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MMPI-2: Supplementary Scales PY441-Week 3, Part 3
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Supplementary Scales: General Each tends to have been developed independently using various methods Generally use linear T-scores (MDS uses uniform) Generally good reliability and validity I surrender!
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Supplemental Scales Anxiety (A) and Repression (R) Developed using factor analysis. These are the 2 strongest factors. A- thinking & thought processes, negative emotional tone, pessimism & lack of energy R-health, emotionality, violence, activity, reactivity, dominance, adequacy Quadrant interpretation
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A (Anxiety) High scores reflect distress, anxiety, discomfort and general emotional upset. Indecisive, conforming, easily upset in social situations Low scores Energetic, competitive, socially outgoing
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When in a group of people I have trouble thinking of the right things to talk about. (T)
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This note was uploaded on 05/26/2011 for the course PSY PY437, PY taught by Professor Rogers during the Spring '11 term at The Chicago School of Prof. Psychology.

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PY 441-Week 3, Part 3 - MMPI-2: Supplementary Scales...

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