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

The Score and Interpretive Reports provide raw and T scores for all 48 empirically validated scales of the MMPI-A-RF. Comparative means and standard deviations from one of 10 different standard settings, or a custom comparison group, can optionally be reported.

Score Report

  • Six validity scales offer reliable measures of random responding, fixed responding, over-reporting, and under-reporting—enabling clinicians to comprehensively assess protocol validity.
  • Higher-Order Scales assess the three over-arching dimensions of psychopathology: Emotional Internalising Dysfunction (EID), Thought Dysfunction (THD), and Behavioural/Externalising Dysfunction (BXD).
  • Somatic/Cognitive and Internalising Scales include measures of self-reported poor health and specific somatic and cognitive complaints as well as measures of emotional dysfunction.
  • Externalising, Interpersonal, and Interest Scales provide measures of behavioural dysfunction; measures of specific types of interpersonal dysfunction; and measures of two types of general interests.
  • Updated from the MMPI-A, Harkness and McNulty's PSY-5 Scales provide a temperament-oriented perspective on major dimensions of personality pathology.

Sample reports coming soon!

 

Interpretive Report

In addition to full scoring information, the Interpretive Report contains the following narrative sections:

  • Comprehensive information about potential threats to test validity
  • Substantive Scale Interpretation—Description of clinical symptoms, personality characteristics, and behavioural tendencies
  • Diagnostic Considerations—Any diagnostic possibilities indicated by test results
  • Treatment Considerations—Recommendations pertaining to treatment planning
  • Item-Level Information—List of unscorable responses, critical responses, and user-designated item-level information (if selected)
  • Endnotes—Identification of scores that triggered each statement

Sample reports coming soon!

 

Scoring and Reporting Options

 

Key Information

Description

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

Author(s)

Robert P Archer

Richard W Handel

Yossef S Ben-Porath

Auke Tellegen

Publication Year

2016

Age Range

14 years to 18 years old

Administration

25 to 30 minutes computer-administered; 30-45 minutes paper and pencil

Qualification Code

CL1


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