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Foreword; Preface; Preface to the first edition; Acknowledgments; 1. Development of the MMPI And MMPI-2; 2. Administration and Scoring; 3. The Validity Scales; 4. The Clinical Scales; 5. Code Types; 6. Content Interpretation; 7. Restructured Clinical (RC) and Personality Psychopathology Five (Psy-5) Scales; 8. Supplementary Scales; 9. Psychometric Considerations; 10. Use With Special Groups; 11. An Interpretive Strategy; 12. Computerized Administration, Scoring, and Interpretation; 13. Forensic Applications Of The MMPI-2; APPENDIXES; A. Composition of Standard Validity and Clincal Scales; B. T-Score Conversions for Standard Validity and Clinical Scales; C. Composition of Harris-Lingoes Subscales; D. Linear T-Score Conversions for Harris-Lingoes Subscales; E. Composition of SI Subscales; F. Linear T-Score Conversions for SI Subscales; G. Composition of Content Scales; H. Uniform T-Score Conversions for Content Scales; I. Composition of Content Component Scales; J. Uniform T-Score Conversions for Content Component Scales; K. Koss-Butcher Critical Item Numbers; L. Composition of Restructured Clinical (RC) Scales; M. Uniform T-Score Conversions for Restructured Clinical (RC) Scales; N. Composition of Personality Psychopathology Five (Psy-5) Scales; O. Uniform T-Score Conversions for Personality Psychopathology Five (Psy-5) Scales; P. Composiiton of Supplementary Scales; Q. Linear T-Score Conversions for Supplementary Scales; R. Intercorrelations of MMPI-2 Scales for Normative Sample; S. Percentile Equivalents for Uniform T Scores; T. Four Practice Cases: Background Information and Extended Score Reports; AUTHOR INDEX; SUBJECT INDEX

About the Author

John R. Graham is Professor of Psychology at Kent State University. He began his work with the MMPI during his graduate training at the University of North Carolina in the 1960s. He is the author of several books about the MMPI and its applications as well as numerous empirical articles. He played a major role in the development of the MMPI-2 and MMPI-A and has taught workshops on the test throughout the world.


Praise for Previous Editions: "Graham is uniquely qualified to write this manual on how to interpret the MMPI-2....[It is] readable, instructive, and authoritative."--Contemporary Psychology"A must for any graduate-level course on personality assessment."--Karen Multon, University of Missouri"Excellent reference and sourcebook for beginners and experienced MMPI-ers"--Karen Greenbaum-Maya, California School of Professional Psychology-Los Angeles"Destined to become indispensable."--The Independent Practitioner"An excellent text for teaching and instructional purposes and for use in clinical practice. Very accessible and readable."--James Lichtenberg, University of Kansas"Not only and excellent text but also an invaluable reference tool for use in both assessment and research applications of the MMPI-2."--Clinton Martin, Virginia Medical Center

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