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Quiz Quiz7b Graham 117-249. 1. The L scale consists of minor flaws and weaknesses that most people (p. 33). will admit to will deny are confused about do not have attribute to low socioeconomic status. 1. The L scale consists of minor flaws and weaknesses that most people (p. 33).

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1 the l scale consists of minor flaws and weaknesses that most people p 33
1. The L scale consists of minor flaws and weaknesses that most people (p. 33)
  • will admit to
  • will deny
  • are confused about
  • do not have
  • attribute to low socioeconomic status
1 the l scale consists of minor flaws and weaknesses that most people p 331
1. The L scale consists of minor flaws and weaknesses that most people (p. 33)
  • will admit to
  • will deny
  • are confused about
  • do not have
  • attribute to low socioeconomic status
2 the harris lingoes subscales were constructed by 118
2. The Harris-Lingoes subscales were constructed by: (118)
  • empirical keying
  • multiple regression
  • factor analysis
  • rationally examining the content of items
  • all of the above
2 the harris lingoes subscales were constructed by 1181
2. The Harris-Lingoes subscales were constructed by: (118)
  • empirical keying
  • multiple regression
  • factor analysis
  • rationally examining the content of items
  • all of the above
3 when should the harris lingoes subscales be interpreted 124
3. When should the Harris-Lingoes subscales be interpreted? (124)
  • when the case is of extreme importance such as in forensics
  • whenever the clinician wants more detail
  • when the parent scale is significantly elevated
  • always; that’s why they are there
  • only for those profiles with validity concerns
3 when should the harris lingoes subscales be interpreted 1241
3. When should the Harris-Lingoes subscales be interpreted? (124)
  • when the case is of extreme importance such as in forensics
  • whenever the clinician wants more detail
  • when the parent scale is significantly elevated
  • always; that’s why they are there
  • only for those profiles with validity concerns
4 the f and f p scales are very good indicators of the response set 244
4. The F and Fp scales are very good indicators of the ______ response set. (244)
  • fake good
  • Overreporting
  • Racist
  • social desirability
  • sociopathic
4 the f and f p scales are very good indicators of the response set 2441
4. The F and Fp scales are very good indicators of the ______ response set. (244)
  • fake good
  • Overreporting
  • Racist
  • social desirability
  • sociopathic
5 which of the following scales helps to understand scale 4 129
5. Which of the following scales helps to understand scale 4? (129)
  • Brooding
  • need for affection
  • somatic complaints
  • mental dullness
  • family discord
5 which of the following scales helps to understand scale 4 1291
5. Which of the following scales helps to understand scale 4? (129)
  • Brooding
  • need for affection
  • somatic complaints
  • mental dullness
  • family discord
6 wiggins used the entire mmpi item pool to form the 135
6. Wiggins used the entire MMPI item pool to form the (135)
  • content scales
  • validity scales
  • reliability scales
  • bathroom scales
  • mmpi
6 wiggins used the entire mmpi item pool to form the 1351
6. Wiggins used the entire MMPI item pool to form the (135)
  • content scales
  • validity scales
  • reliability scales
  • bathroom scales
  • mmpi
7 an important goal in developing the mmpi 2 content scales was to maximize 142
7. An important goal in developing the MMPI-2 Content scales was to maximize: (142)
  • a. heterogeneity
  • b. internal consistency
  • c. impartiality
  • d. diversity
  • e. all of the above
7 an important goal in developing the mmpi 2 content scales was to maximize 1421
7. An important goal in developing the MMPI-2 Content scales was to maximize: (142)
  • a. heterogeneity
  • b. internal consistency
  • c. impartiality
  • d. diversity
  • e. all of the above
8 users of the content scales should consider t scores greater than as high scores 145
8. Users of the content scales should consider t-scores greater than __ as high scores. (145)
  • 40
  • 50
  • 65
  • 80
  • 90
8 users of the content scales should consider t scores greater than as high scores 1451
8. Users of the content scales should consider t-scores greater than __ as high scores. (145)
  • 40
  • 50
  • 65
  • 80
  • 90
slide18
9. Considerable evidence exists for the ____ validity of MMPI-2 scales but evidence of ____ validity is general lacking. (240)
  • discriminant/convergent
  • convergent/discriminant
  • both
  • neither
slide19
9. Considerable evidence exists for the ____ validity of MMPI-2 scales but evidence of ____ validity is general lacking. (240)
  • discriminant/convergent
  • convergent/discriminant
  • both
  • neither
slide20
10. _____ validity is demonstrated when scores on a scale correlate with conceptually relevant extra-test measures.
  • Face
  • Convergent
  • Discriminant
  • all of the above
  • none of the above
slide21
10. _____ validity is demonstrated when scores on a scale correlate with conceptually relevant extra-test measures.
  • Face
  • Convergent
  • Discriminant
  • all of the above
  • none of the above
bonus question most of the clinical scales are quite in terms of item content 117
Bonus Question: Most of the clinical scales are quite _____ in terms of item content. (117)
  • Uniform
  • Homogeneous
  • Obvious
  • Heterogeneous
  • a & b
bonus question most of the clinical scales are quite in terms of item content 1171
Bonus Question: Most of the clinical scales are quite _____ in terms of item content. (117)
  • Uniform
  • Homogeneous
  • Obvious
  • Heterogeneous
  • a & b