This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 263 references in this bibliography folder.

Stansell, V and Beutler, L (1974).
MMPI findings of extreme RFT scorers in a psychiatric population
Miscellaneous publication.

Steigerwald, F and Schmidt, L (1974).
On the diagnosis of juvenile delinquency with the Saarbrucken MMPI. [German]
Psychologie und Praxis, 18(2):49 --60.

Stein, KB and Rozynko, V (1974).
Psychological and social variables and personality patterns of drug abusers
International Journal of the Addictions, 9(3):431 --446.

Stephens, F and Valentine, M (1974).
MMPI and clinical scales compared
British Journal of Psychiatry, 125:42 --43.

Stephenson, RM and Scarpitti, FR (1974).
Group interaction as therapy: the use of the small group in corrections
Greenwood, Westport, CT.

Stewart, RA (1974).
Factor analysis and rotation of the 566 MMPI items
Social Behavior & Personality, 2(2):147 --156.

Strauss, ME, Gynther, MD, and Wallhermfechtel, J (1974).
Differential misdiagnosis of blacks and whites by the MMPI
Journal of Personality Assessment, 38(1):55 --60.

Stricker, LJ, Jacobs, PI, and Kogan, N (1974).
Trait interrelations in implicit personality theories and questionnaire data
Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 30(2):198 --207.

Sue, S and Sue, DW (1974).
MMPI comparisons between Asian-American and non-Asian students utilizing a student health psychiatric clinic
Journal of Counseling Psychology, 21(5):423 --427.

Sutker, PB (1974).
Personality characteristics of heroin addicts: a response to Gendreau and Gendreau
Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 83(4):463 --464.

Sutker, PB, Allain, AN, and Cohen, GH (1974).
MMPI indices of personality change following short- and long-term hospitalization of heroin addicts
Psychological Reports, 34(2):495 --500.

Sutker, PB, Moan, CE, and Allain, AN (1974).
WAIS performance in unincarcerated groups of MMPI-defined sociopaths and normal controls
Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology, 42(2):307 --308.

Tafel', R and Fain, V (1974).
An investigation of diagnostic methods for the identification of creative personalities. [Russian]
Voprosy Psikhologii(6):121 --126.

Tanner, BA (1974).
A comparison of automated aversive conditioning and a waiting list control in the modification of homosexual behavior in males
Behavior Therapy, 5(1):29 --32.

Taulbee, ES (1974).
Mini-Mult vs. MMPI
Journal of Personality Assessment, 38:479.

Taylor, JF and Graham, JR (1974).
A simplified MMPI form with reduced reading difficulty level
Journal of Clinical Psychology, 30(2):182 --185.

Tellegen, A and Atkinson, G (1974).
Openness to absorbing and self-altering experiences ("absorption"), a trait related to hypnotic susceptibility
Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 83:268 --277.

Templer, DI and Lester, D (1974).
An MMPI scale for assessing death anxiety
Psychological Reports, 34(1):238.

Tharp, R, Watson, D, and Kaya, J (1974).
Self-modification of depression
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 42:624.

Thompson, JJ and Dixon, PW (1974).
A power function between ratings of pornographic stimuli and psychophysical responses in young normal adult women
Perceptual & Motor Skills, 38(3):1236 --1238.

Timmermans, G and Sternbach, RA (1974).
Factors of human chronic pain: an analysis of personality and pain reaction variables
Science, 184(4138):806 --808.

Togari, M (1974).
Studies in defensive behavior: 6, The relationships of patterns of interpersonal relation and defense [Japanese]
Bulletin of the Faculty of Education of Ehime University, Educational Researches, 20.

Tomko, MA (1974).
An analysis of personality profiles obtained on the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory by deaf and hard-of-hearing adolescents throughout the United States
PhD thesis, U Cincinnati.

Tuft, L and Berman, M (1974).
Men of the sea: a description of a psychiatric population of merchant seamen using the MMPI
Mental Hygiene, 54:440 --443.

VanDeventer, J and Webb, JT (1974).
Manifest hostility as modified by the K and SO-R Scales of the MMPI
Journal of Psychology, 87(2):209 --211.

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