1996

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

There are 309 references in this bibliography folder.

Gass, CS (1996).
MMPI-2 interpretation and stroke: Cross-validation of a correction factor
Journal of Clinical Psychology, 52(5):569 --572.

Gass, CS (1996).
MMPI-2 variables in attention and memory test performance
Psychological Assessment, 8(2):135 --138.

Gaston, L, Brunet, A, Koszycki, D, and Bradwejn, J (1996).
MMPI profiles of acute and chronic PTSD in a civilian sample
Journal of Traumatic Stress, 9(4):817 --832.

Gillet, I, Simon, M, Guelfi, J, Brun-Eberentz, A, Monier, C, Seunevel, F, V-Svaran, L, and Butcher, J (1996).
The MMPI-2 in France
In: International adaptation of the MMPI-2: research and clinical applications, pp. 395 --415, University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, MN.

Gleaves, DH, May, MC, and Eberenz, KP (1996).
Measuring and discriminating dissociative and borderline symptomatology among women with eating disorders
Dissociation: Progress in the Dissociative Disorders, 9(2):110 --117.

Graham, J, Arbisi, P, Ben-Porath, Y, Megargee, E, and Greene, R (1996).
The MMPI-2 seven years later: How well is it working in a variety of settings?
Miscellaneous publication.

Graham, J, Ben-Porath, Y, and McNulty, J (1996).
Interpreting low scores on MMPI-2 scales
Miscellaneous publication.

Graves, GJ (1996).
The back pain classification scale and the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory: A comparative analysis
PhD thesis, The Union Inst, USA.

Greene, R (1996).
Matching MMPI-2 profiles to prototypes: the relative contributions of elevation, shape and scatter
Miscellaneous publication.

Greiffenstein, M, Baker, W, and Gola, T (1996).
What kind of faking does the Fake Bad Scale measure?
In: CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGIST, pp. 335--335.

Greiffenstein, M, Baker, W, and Gola, T (1996).
What kind of faking does the Fake Bad Scale measure?
In: CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGIST, pp. 335--335.

Greiffenstein, ME, Baker, WJ, and Gola, T (1996).
What kind of faking does the Fake Bad Scale measure?
In: CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGIST, vol. 10, pp. 335–335.

Grevin, F (1996).
Posttraumatic stress disorder, ego defense mechanisms, and empathy among urban paramedics
Psychological Reports, 79(2):483 --495.

Griffith, PL, Myers, RW, and Tankersley, MJ (1996).
MMPI-2 items which correctly identified women with histories of childhood sexual abuse
Psychological Reports, 78(3, Pt 1):717 --722.

Gumbiner, J, Flowers, JV, St Peter, S, and Booraem, CD (1996).
Adult psychopathology on the MMPI and dysfunctional families of origin
Psychological Reports, 79(3, Pt 1):1083 --1088.

Hagemoser, SD (1996).
The relationship of personality traits to the employment status of persons who are blind
Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness, 90(2):134 --144.

Han, K and Butcher, J (1996).
The Korean MMPI-2
In: International adaptations of the MMPI-2: Research and clinical applications, University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis.

Han, K and Butcher, JN (1996).
The Korean MMPI-2
In: International adaptations of the MMPI-2: Research and clinical applications, University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis.

Han, K and Butcher, JN (1996).
The Korean MMPI-2
In: International adaptations of the MMPI-2: Research and clinical applications, University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis.

Han, K, Weed, NC, and McNeal, TP (1996).
Searching for conscientiousness on the MMPI-2
Journal of Personality Assessment, 67(2):354 --363.

Harkness, A, Royer, M, and Gill, T (1996).
Organizing MMPI-2 feedback with psychological constructs: PSY-5 scales and self-adaptation
Miscellaneous publication.

Heine, BJ (1996).
Exploring the utility of the MMPI-2 content scales with Chronic Pain patients
PhD thesis, Saint Louis U, USA.

Hellenbosch, G and Sloore, H (1996).
Age changes in MMPI-2 profiles
Miscellaneous publication.

Herkov, MJ and Myers, WC (1996).
MMPI profiles of depressed adolescents with and without conduct disorder
Journal of Clinical Psychology, 52(6):705 --710.

Herkov, MJ, Gynther, MD, Thomas, S, and Myers, WC (1996).
MMPI differences among adolescent inpatients, rapists, sodomists, and sexual abusers
Journal of Personality Assessment, 66(1):81 --90.

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