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Refining personality assessments by combining MCMI high-point profiles and MMPI codes, Part IV: MMPI 89/98



Refining personality assessments by combining MCMI high-point profiles and MMPI codes, Part IV: MMPI 89/98



Journal of Personality Assessment 50(1): 65-72



This study shows that the addition of MCMI high-point code data to the MMPI 89/98 code type serves to resolve contradictory MMPI descriptors and produces three distinct clusters. These clusters include an interpersonally acting-out group, an interpersonally grandiose group, and an emotionally acting-out group. The results of this study lend further support to the efficacy of combining two objective assessment inventories for the purposes of multiaxial diagnosis as prescribed by the DSM-III.

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Accession: 041202328

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PMID: 3723314

DOI: 10.1207/s15327752jpa5001_8


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