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The differentiation between normal and various neurotic groups on the Maudsley Personality Inventory



The differentiation between normal and various neurotic groups on the Maudsley Personality Inventory



Brit Jour Psychol 50: 176-177



All available information is collected together on the ability of the Maudsley Personality Inventory (MPI) to differentiate between various neurotic groups, between normals and neurotics, and between all the above groups and recidivist criminals and patients suffering from psychosomatic disorders. Dysthymics are the most introverted and psychopaths the most extraverted groups and that hysterics, recividists, and psychosomatic patients cannot be discriminated from each other by means of the MPI. An unexpected finding was that the hysterics were not more extraverted than the normal groups as measured by the E scale of the MPI.

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