Screening air traffic control specialists for psychopathology using the Minnesota multiphasic personality inventory-2
Federal Aviation Administration, Office of Aerospace Medicine, 2008 - Medical - 12 pages
This paper models and documents the use of the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2 (MMPI-2) as a psychological screening tool for conditionally selected Federal Aviation Administration Air Traffic Control Specialists (ATCSs). A sample of 1,014 ATCSs in training voluntarily completed the MMPI-2 as part of a research program. The data is used to estimate the number of future candidates that will be referred for follow-up psychological evaluations, given varying MMPI-2 scale cut-scores.--P. i.
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