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MMPI-A (1992). MMPI-first published in the 1940’s. Most widely used and researched psychological assessment instrument. 478 True/False items. MMPI-A based on original MMPI, but with items, scales, and norms specific to adolescents. (Merrell, 2003) . MMPI-A.

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mmpi a 1992
MMPI-A (1992)
  • MMPI-first published in the 1940’s.
  • Most widely used and researched psychological assessment instrument.
  • 478 True/False items.
  • MMPI-A based on original MMPI, but with items, scales, and norms specific to adolescents.

(Merrell, 2003)

mmpi a
MMPI-A
  • Administer to adolescents 14-18
  • 6th grade reading level
  • 45-60minutes to administer
  • Formats- paper and pencil, audiocassette, or computer
  • Report Options
  • Scoring- hand scoring, mail in, scanning, and computer software
mmpi a1
MMPI-A
  • Normative Sample was 805 males and 815 females from 8 communities in the U. S.
  • Sites chosen to balance geographic region, rural/urban, and ethnic background
mmpi a2
MMPI-A
  • Basic Scales: Hypochondriasis, Depression, Conversion Hysteria, Psychopathic Deviate, Masculinity-Femininity, Paranoia, Psychasthenia, Schizophrenia, Hypomania, Social Introversion.
  • Content Scales: 15 different scales

7 Validity Scales

  • 6 Supplementary Scales
mmpi a3
MMPI-A
  • Validity Scales
    • VRIN-Variable Response Inconsistency
    • TRIN- True Response Inconsistency
    • F1- Infrequency 1
    • F2- Infrequency 2
    • F- Infrequency
    • L-Lie
    • K- Correction
    • ?- Cannot Say
mmpi a4
MMPI-A
  • Clinical Scales
    • Hs Hypochondriasis
    • D Depression
    • Hy Hysteria
    • Pd Psychopathic Deviate
    • Mf Masculinity-Femininity
    • Pa Paranoia
    • Pt Psychasathenia
    • Sc Schizophrenia
    • Ma Hypomania
    • Si Social Introversion
mmpi a5
MMPI-A
  • Clinical Subscales-Harris-Lingoes and Social Introversion
    • D1 Subjective Depression
    • D2 Psychomotor Retardation
    • D3 Physical Malfunctioning
    • D4 Mental Dullness
    • D5 Brooding
mmpi a6
MMPI-A
  • Clinical Subscales-continued
    • Hy1- Denial of Social Anxiety
    • Hy2- Need for Affection
    • Hy3- Lassitude-Malaise
    • Hy4- Somantic Complaints
    • Hy5- Inhibition of Aggression
mmpi a7
MMPI-A
  • Continued
    • Pd1- Familial Discord
    • Pd2- Authority Problems
    • Pd3- Social Imperturbability
    • Pd4- Social Alienation
    • Pd5- Self-Alienation
    • Pa1- Persecutory Ideas
    • Pa2- Poignancy
    • Pa3- Naivete
mmpi a8
MMPI-A
  • Continued
    • Sc1- Social Alienation
    • Sc2- Emotional Alienation
    • Sc3- Lack of Ego Mastery-Cognitive
    • Sc4- Lack of Ego Mastery-Conative
    • Sc5- Lack of Ego Mastery-Defective Inhibition
    • Sc6-Bizarre Sensory Experience
mmpi a9
MMPI-A
  • Continued
    • Ma1-Amorality
    • Ma2- Psychomotor Acceleration
    • Ma3- Imperturbability
    • Ma4- Ego Inflation
    • Si1- Shyness-Self Consciousness
    • Si2- Social Avoidance
    • Si3- Alienation-Self and Others
mmpi a10
MMPI-A
  • Content Scales
  • A-anx- Anxiety
  • A-obs- Obsessiveness
  • A-dep- Depression
  • A-hea-Health Concerns
  • A-ain-Alienation
  • A-biz- Bizarre Mentation
mmpi a11
MMPI-A
  • Content Scales continued
    • A-ang- Anger
    • A-cyn- Cynicism
    • A-con- Conduct Problems
    • A-lse- Low Self-Esteem
    • A-soc- Social Discomfort
    • A-fam- Family Problems
    • A-sch- School Problems
    • A-trt- Negative Treatment Indicators
mmpi a12
MMPI-A
  • Supplementary Scales
    • MAC-R- MacAndrew Alcoholism-Revised
    • ACK- Alcohol/Drug Problem Acknowledgement
    • PRO- Alcohol/Drug Problem Proneness
    • IMM- Immaturity
    • A- Anxiety
    • R- Repression
mmpi a13
MMPI-A
  • Special Indices (All Reports)
    • Welsh Code
    • Percentage True and False
    • Response Percentages
mmpi a14
MMPI-A
  • Strengths: Good technical properties, empirical support for validity
  • Limitations: length and cognitive ability level and maturity required to understand and complete the inventory.
personality inventory for youth pic 1995
Personality Inventory for Youth (PIC, 1995)
  • Ages 9-18
  • Objective self-report measure.
  • 270 True/False items.
  • 9 clinical scales, 24 subscales.
  • 2,327children and adolescents.
millon adolescent personality inventory 1982
Millon Adolescent Personality Inventory(1982)
  • 150 True/ False items.
  • 20 subscales.
  • For adolescents 13-19 years old.
  • 3 dimensions: Personality Style, Expressed Concerns, Behavioral Correlates
millon adolescent clinical inventory 1993
Millon Adolescent Clinical Inventory(1993)
  • Companion instrument to the MAPI.
  • 160 items at 6th grade reading level.
  • 4 Dimensions: Personality Patterns, Expressed Concerns, Clinical Syndromes, Modifying Indexes
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MACI
  • Standardized on 1, 107 adolescents ages 13-19 from 28 U.S. States and Canada. Based entirely on clinical samples from various treatment settings.
  • Since 1998, several published studies to support its’ use with “troubled” or “disturbed” youth.