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(See NLSMA Reports Nos. for a description of these scales.)Cited by: 2. Elahe Nezami, James N. Butcher, in Handbook of Psychological Assessment (Third Edition), 2 Configural Interpretation (Code type) Because of the intercorrelations among scales as well as the overlap among characteristics of clinical syndromes, it was often found that several MMPI scales tended to be elevated together.
Thus, interpretation of a particular scale might vary depending on the. "Appendix 3 Intercorrelations of all variables in the employee survey" published on by Oxford University Press. science, math, humanities, social science/history (in Fall and May ).
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