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Skip to content Skip to search. Jankowski, Dan. Published [Place of publication not identified] : American Psychological Association, Language English View all editions Prev Next edition 1 of 3. Author Jankowski, Dan. Content Types text Carrier Types online resource volume Physical Description 1 online resource xv, pages : illustrations. Personality Inventory -- standards. Personality Assessment.
Personality Inventory. Mental Disorders. Psychometrics -- methods. Personality Assessment -- standards. Mental Disorders -- diagnosis. Psychological Tests. Psychiatry and Psychology. Personality Tests. Behavioral Disciplines and Activities. Perfect for the novice test user, this volume clearly explains the MCMI-III and reveals fundamental information on how to generate sound hypotheses about clients and create complete and accurate psychological profiles based on Millon's understanding of personality.
Concise, yet comprehensive, this volume provides case material and illustrative examples. To help readers master the fundamentals of its use, each chapter's extensive test section offers quick true-false questions, review exercises, and practice cases. The MCMI-III is the foremost personality assessment instrument in use today and has quickly become the instrument of choice among clinicians evaluating psychiatric patients.
This book provides an excellent introduction to the instrument and teaches readers how to master the fundamentals of its use. Understanding Millon's Theory 2. General Guidelines for Administering and Scoring 4.
Interpretation: Validity and the Modifying Indices 5. Case Vignettes App. Answers for Chapter Test Sections. Includes bibliographical references pages and index.
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A Beginner's Guide to the MCMI-III
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