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Robert P Archer

Robert ArcherRobert P. Archer, PhD, ABPP is the Frank Harrell Redwood Distinguished Professor and Director of Psychology, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, at the Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, Virginia.

Dr. Archer is the author of numerous books, articles and book chapters related to psychological assessment. He is also author of the texts, Using the MMPI with Adolescents (1987), and MMPI-A: Assessing Adolescent Psychopathology(3rd edition) (2005), co-editor of the second editions of Forensic Uses of Clinical Assessment Instruments (2013) andPersonality Assessment (2014), and co-author of the MMPI-A Casebook (PAR, 1994).

Dr. Archer served on the advisory committee to the University of Minnesota Press for the development of the MMPI-A, is a co-author of the MMPI-A manual, and co-author of the MMPI-A-RF (Restructured Form). Dr. Archer served as the Founding Editor ofAssessment, a quarterly journal that began publication in March 1994, and was an Associate Editor for the Journal of Personality Assessment. He is an Executive Board member and Diplomate of the American Board of Assessment Psychology, and President Elect of the Society for Personality Assessment.

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Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory®-Adolescent (MMPI®-A)

Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory®-Adolescent (MMPI®-A)

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Helps provide relevant information to aid in problem identification, diagnosis, ...
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Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-Adolescent Restructured Form™ (MMPI-A-RF™)

Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-Adolescent Restructured Form™ (MMPI-A-RF™)

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The most up-to-date, empirically based personality assessment for use with adol ...
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