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4. Psychopathic deviate
10. Social introversion.
According to Sundberg, the MMPI is by far the most popular
self-report test in use. Anastasi verifies this position when she
says, M . . . over 1,500 references have been published about this
test. n However, because of the extremely long time required to
complete the questionnaire and because of the fact that some of the
questions are "pruriently snooping, n it was decided that the
MMPI would not be well suited to this particular study. In addition,
it was felt that an inventory developed for normal subjects rather than
for mentally ill subjects would be better received.
3lIbid. , p. 442.
N.D. Sundberg, "The Practice of Psychological Testing
in Clinical Services in the United States," American Psychologist,
XVI (1961), 79-83.
Anastasi, oj>_. cit. , p. 441.
Kleinmuntz, oja. cit. , p. 216.
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