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The factor structure and external validity of the Tridimensional Personality Questionnaire (TPQ) were examined in a sample of 303 male alcoholics in an inpatient treatment program. Confirmatory factor analyses did not support either the original tridimensional structure or the factor structures...
is to be commended for calling attention to the fact that pattern analysis is subject not only to Type I errors but also to Type II errors, which were not even mentioned by . There are, however, a number of points on which the 2 authors still differ. Most notably, Krauskopf's recommendation not...
This study examines the reliability and validity of 2 dimensional methods for the assessment of personality disorder symptoms and traits. In Study 1, three groups that varied in personality pathology level completed the Schedule for Nonadaptive and Adaptive Personality (SNAP; ), a self-report...
This study examined the relationship between personality disorders and the interpersonal circumplex and Big Five models of personality traits. One hundred and two consecutive referrals for group therapy for personality disorders were evaluated using the Personality Disorder Examination (PDE) and...
This study investigated whether short forms of the Rorschach Test are as effective as the standard 10-card administration in eliciting thought disorder as measured by the Thought Disorder Index (TDI). Results showed the short 4-card forms yield excellent composite indexes of total thought...
Currently, there is a lack of consensus regarding which measures to use in the assessment of chronic pain patients. This investigation empirically determined the core dimensions tapped by 9 self-report measures commonly used with chronic pain patients. Subjects were 315 patients referred to a...
A new system for measuring organizational quality on the Complex Figure Test ( ; ) is described. This system extends the traditional use of the test as a measure of constructional ability and figural memory. The new system is easy to learn, quick to score, and shows very good interrater...
Thirty-nine head-injured outpatients were compared with 39 age-matched subjects who were instructed to malinger head trauma symptoms on the Wechsler Memory Scale—Revised (WMS–R) and Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale—Revised. Head-injured patients were selected who were not involved in...
The validity of the Wiener–Harmon Subtle-Obvious (S-O) scales has been widely debated despite increasing evidence suggesting that the scales have limited clinical utility. This study used valid MMPI-2 profiles of 49 psychiatric patients and profiles generated by 105 college students under...
This study used a verbal selective reminding paradigm to examine rate of forgetting in a sample of 287 normal adults (age range = 18–91 years). Results revealed that older subjects performed below levels obtained by younger ones on several measures of acquisition and delayed recall. Data also...
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