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

There are 168 references in this bibliography folder.

Grisso, T, Vincent, G, and Seagrave, D (2005).
Mental Health Screening And Assessment In Juvenile Justice
Guilford Press. (ISBN: 9781593851323).

Grossman, SD (2005).
Facets of personality: A proposal for the development of MCMI-III content scales
PhD thesis.

Gruber, EN, Kajevic, M, Bjedov, M, and Agius, M (2005).
A combination of psychodynamic, supportive and psycho-educational approaches in parents of patients with schizophrenia.
Socijalna Psihijatrija, 33(1):3-9.

Guez, M, Brannstrom, R, Nyberg, L, Toolanen, G, and Hildingsson, C (2005).
Neuropsychological Functioning and MMPI-2 Profiles in Chronic Neck Pain: A Comparison of Whiplash and Non-Traumatic Groups.
Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 27(2):151-163.

Gutierrez-Zotes, J, Cortes, M, Valero, J, Pena, J, and Labad, A (2005).
Psychometric properties of the abbreviated Spanish version of TCI-R (TCI-140) and its relationship with the Psychopathological Personality Scales (MMPI-2 PSY-5) in patients.
Actas Espanolas de Psiquiatria, 33(4):231-237.

Hahn, J (2005).
Faking Bad and Faking Good by College Students on the Korean MMPI-2.
Journal of Personality Assessment, 85(1):65-73.

Hamilton, S (2005).
Applicability of the Megargee MMPI-2 based offender classification system in forensic female inpatients
PhD thesis.

Hanlon, RE and Mayfield, MW (2005).
Murder in Chicago: Insanity and Tragedy.
Miscellaneous publication.

Hardie, JC (2005).
A comparison of the MCMI-III and the MMPI-2 in a chronic pain population
PhD thesis.

Harrison, RH, Hartmann, E, and Bevis, J (2005).
The Boundary Questionnaire: Its preliminary reliability and validity.
Imagination, Cognition and Personality, 25(4):355-382.

Harvey, QJ (2005).
Outcome questionnaire-45 as a brief screen for psychological disturbance with learning and attention disabled college students
PhD thesis.

Hays, S and McCallum, R (2005).
A Comparison of the Pencil-and-Paper and Computer-Administered Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-Adolescent.
Psychology in the Schools, 42(6):605-613.

Heinze, MC and Vess, J (2005).
The relationship among malingering, psychopathy, and the MMPI-2 validity scales in maximum security forensic psychiatric inpatients.
Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice, 5(3):35-53.

Horan, WP, Subotnik, KL, Reise, SP, Ventura, J, and Nuechterlein, KH (2005).
Stability and clinical correlates of personality characteristics in recent-onset schizophrenia.
Psychological Medicine, 35(7):995-1005.

Jallade, C, Sarfati, Y, and Hardy-Bayle, M (2005).
Clinical evolution after self-induced or accidental traumatism: A controlled study of the extent and the specificity of suicidal catharsis.
Journal of Affective Disorders, 85(3):283-292.

Jia-tong, W, Lei, M, and Jian-xin, Z (2005).
Stress disorder assessing with the MMPI-PK scale. [Chinese].
Chinese Journal of Clinical Psychology, 13(3):279-281.

Jones, A (2005).
An Examination of Three Sets of MMPI-2 Personality Disorder Scales.
Journal of Personality Disorders, 19(4):370-385.

Jones, CC (2005).
A correlational study between the MMPI-2 and the NEO-PI-R with a department of social services referred population
PhD thesis.

Juhnke, GA and Kelly, VA (2005).
Addictions Counseling With Adolescents.
Miscellaneous publication.

Kanz, JE (2005).
Decision making and criminal risk: A neuropsychological examination of self control theory
PhD thesis.

Kim, M, Cogan, R, Carter, S, and Porcerelli, JH (2005).
Defense mechanisms and self-reported violence toward strangers.
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, 69(4):305-312.

Kotjahasan, Y (2005).
The TRT as a predictor of attrition from therapeutic services at a youth program
PhD thesis.

LaChapelle, DL and Alfano, DP (2005).
Revised Neurobehavioral Scales of the MMPI: Sensitivity and Specificity in Traumatic Brain Injury.
Applied Neuropsychology, 12(3):143-150.

Lachar, D and Boyd, J (2005).
Personality Inventory for Children, Second Edition; Personality Inventory for Youth; and Student Behavior Survey.
Miscellaneous publication.

Lanyon, RI and Cunningham, KS (2005).
Construct Validity of the Misrepresentation Scales of the Psychological Screening Inventory. [References]
Journal of Personality Assessment, 85(2):197 --206.

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