Free MMPI MCQ Question and Answers


-the most popular personality test in psychology -people with the same diagnosis would respond the same to any questions
-567 inquiries (6-7th grade level)

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The MMPI has been used in fields other than clinical psychology, however it is most frequently used by mental health practitioners to evaluate and diagnose mental illness.

-Immature cognitive processes that are very illogical, disorganized, and unusual, as well as a propensity for delusions and hallucinations

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Is a type of mental illness marked by interference with thought, perception, emotional reactivity, and social relationships.

-sadness is a tendency; self-worth and self-doubt are problems
-inability to focus

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A widespread and dangerous medical condition that has a detrimental impact on one's feelings, thoughts, and behavior is depression (major depressive disorder).

-propensity to exaggerate actual disease or to exhibit irrational dread of being sick seeks attention; histrionic personality disorder

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Mental instability, rage outbursts, and anxiety are things that can genuinely occur when a person is ill or has experienced trauma.

What kind of statistical analysis evaluates the effectiveness of a psychological test?

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How psychological constructs, such as intelligence, neuroticism, or depression, can be best connected to observables is a topic of study in the field of psychometrics.

-prevalence of physical symptoms associated with mental or emotional health
-somatic signs
Anxious persons can physically experience psychological discomfort, and they will exhibit a rise in symptoms if they are seriously unwell

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One sort of anxiety problem is hypochondria. It is sometimes referred to as hypochondriasis, disease anxiety condition, or health anxiety. It's common for folks to occasionally worry about their health. However, those who have hypochondria are extremely concerned that they are, or will soon be, terribly ill.

The test-taker is aware of their purpose for doing the test, and it is difficult to deceive.

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The question of whether a test looks to assess what it is intended to measure is known as face validity. This kind of validity is concerned with whether a measure initially appears to be pertinent and appropriate for the thing it is evaluating.

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