Workbook for Psychological assessment with the MMPI

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Lawrence Erlbaum, Oct 1, 1989 - Psychology - 240 pages
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This valuable workbook, the first one designed for learning the MMPI and MMPI-2, is a comprehensive review for students and practitioners to insure mastery of the material, including report writing and interpretation. As such, it features hundreds of multiple choice, matching, true-false, and open-ended questions as well as numerous exercises geared to developing full report writing skills. The exercises focus on both practical and theoretical issues. The questions are keyed to specific pages in the main text for easy reference and the appendix provides objective answers.

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Contents

ADMINISTRATION AND SCORING OF THE MMPI
31
MAJOR DEVELOPMENTS SUBSEQUENT
63
APPROACH TO INTERPRETATION
83
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About the author (1989)

James Webb, who has worked and traveled in Vietnam extensively since 1991, was one of the most highly decorated combat Marines of the Vietnam War. An attorney and Emmy Award-winning journalist, he has served as secretary of the navy, assistant secretary of defense, and full committee counsel to the U.S. Congress. He lives in Virginia, where he has authored five critically acclaimed, bestselling novels.

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