Robert S Schlottmann

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This article presents a review and critique of research on the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI) subtle items in regard to their validity as measures of their scales' characteristics. The main categories of focus are their convergent and discriminative validity, the paradoxical effect, and the issue of whether removing these items would(More)
The relative contributions of subtle and obvious item endorsements to the prediction of a relevant criterion were assessed under faking and control ("honest") conditions. The MMPI and a nonconformity questionnaire were first administered to 100 male college students. Items on the Pd scale and 101 additional MMPI items that correlated significantly with the(More)
An attempt was made to determine if premorbid intelligence could be estimated in brain-damaged persons through the use of regression equations developed from a scale of items reflecting interests, attitudes, personal values, and personality characteristics that correlated with WAIS-R IQs. A total of 33 adults with no reported history of brain damage were(More)
A multivariate discriminant function analysis was used to explore 22 biographical and psychological variables which were thought to have some possible bearing on frequency of family visits to the institution and attendance at parent conferences. The analysis identified 6 of the variables as significant predictors, although the factors related to the 2(More)
Differences in Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2 (MMPI-2) response latencies between groups instructed to respond honestly or fake were explored. There were 120 undergraduate students who completed a computer administered MMPI-2 with instructions to either respond honestly, to underreport psychopathology, or to overreport psychopathology.(More)