Matthew Tisdale

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The Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory (MCMI) was administered to 37 bulimic women, as well as 32 female general psychiatric outpatients and 30 normal women in order to assess contrasts in prevalence of various types of personality pathology among the three groups. Bulimic women displayed significantly greater pathology on scales measuring dependent and(More)
The 4-5-6 configuration on the MMPI for females has been associated with problems in the direct expression of anger, as well as excessive dependency and affectional needs (Greene, 1980). Because these characteristics frequently have been ascribed to bulimic women, we hypothesized that the incidence of the 4-5-6 configuration would be greater for bulimic(More)
The literature on bulimia has suggested that bulimic women exhibit a number of pathological personality characteristics. However, the Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory (MCMI), an objective measure of personality functioning, has not previously been utilized to assess the personality characteristics of a bulimic population. The MCMI was administered to 37(More)
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