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

There are 256 references in this bibliography folder.

Karle-Brueck, H (2003).
Denial in convicted sex offenders: A preliminary examination
PhD thesis.

Kauder, B and Thomas, J (2003).
Relationship between MMPI-2 and Inwald Persoanlity Inventory (IPI) scores and ratings of police officer probationary performance
Applied H.R.M, 8(1):81 --84.

Kawachi, I (2003).
Prospective study of a self-report type a scale and risk of coronary heart disease: Test of the MMPI-2 type A scale
Circulation, 107(21):2764.

Kertzman, S, Spivak, B, Ben Nahum, Z, Vainder, M, Reznik, I, Weizman, A, and Mester, R (2003).
Variability of color choice in the Luscher Color Test: sex differences
Perceptual and Motor Skills, 97(2):647 --656.

Korbanka, J and Gaede, R (2003).
An MMPI-2 scale to identify reported history of emotional abuse
Psychological Reports, 92(2):593 --594.

L'Abate, L (2003).
Family psychology III: Theory building, theory testing, and psychological intervention
University Press of America,Inc., Lanham, MD.

Laird, L (2003).
Cognitive markers of paranoid styles on subtests of the WAIS-III and MMPI-2 with a forensic inpatient psychiatric population
PhD thesis, Fielding Graduate Inst.

Lank, B (2003).
A diagnostic assessment of alcohol abuse and dependence and personality variables of first offender DUI participants
PhD thesis, California Institution of Integral Studies.

Lanyon, R (2003).
Assessing the misrepresentation of health problems
Journal of Personality Assessment, 81(1):1 --10.

Larrabee, G (2003).
Detection of malingering using atypical performance patterns on standard neuropsychological tests
Clinical Neuropsychologist, 17(3):410 --425.

Larrabee, G (2003).
Detection of symptom exaggeration with the MMPI-2 in litigants with malingered neurocognitive dysfunction
Clinical Neuropsychologist, 17(1):54 --68.

Larrabee, G (2003).
Exaggerated pain report in litigants with malingered neurocognitive dysfunction
Clinical Neuropsychologist, 17(3):395 --401.

Larrabee, G (2003).
Exaggerated MMPI-2 symptom report in personal injury litigants with malingered neurocognitive deficit
Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 18(6):673 --686.

Lees-Haley, PR, Iverson, GL, Lange, RT, Fox, DD, and Allen, LM (2003).
Malingering in Forensic Neuropsychology
Journal of Forensic Neuropsychology, 3(1-2):167--203.

Lim, E (2003).
Neuropsychological impairment and risk characteristics of offenders facing the death penalty
PhD thesis, Alliant International U, San Diego.

Loganovsky, K (2003).
Psychophysiological features of somatosensory disorders in victims of the Chernobyl accident
Human Physiology, 29(1):122 --130.

Loza, W (2003).
Predicting violent and nonviolent recidivism of incarcerated male offenders
Aggression and Violent Behavior, 8(2):175--203.

Lynch, K, Archer, R, and Handel, R (2003).
MMPI-A item effectiveness: relationships to item content and diagnostic groupings
Miscellaneous publication.

Lynn, R (2003).
Race differences in psychopathic personality: a reply to Skeem and Zuckerman
Personality and Individual Differences, 35(6):1471 --1477.

MacDonald, D and Holland, D (2003).
Spirituality and the MMPI-2
Journal of Clinical Psychology, 59(4):399 --410.

Macias, L, Unikel, C, Cruz, C, and Caballero, A (2003).
Eating disorders and personality
Salud Mental, 26(3):1 --8.

Mann, C (2003).
Diagnostic practices in determining malingered mental illness: A survey of psychological test usage by forensic psychologist
PhD thesis, Walden U.

Marciano, E, Carrabba, L, Giannini, P, Sementina, C, Verde, P, Bruno, C, Di Pietro, G, and Ponsillo, N (2003).
Psychiatric comorbidity in a population of outpatients affected by tinnitus
International Journal of Audiology, 42(1):4 --9.

Marshall, M and Bagby, R (2003).
Examining response style on the MMPI-2: a comparison of "analogue" and "differential prevalence" groups and designs
Miscellaneous publication.

Martinez, A, Baizabal, M, Maqueo, E, and Abad, M (2003).
Detection of treatment refusal on undergraduates [Spanish]
Psiquiatria, 19(1):1 --9.

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