MMPI factor scale differences among heroin addicts differing in race and admission status.

Abstract

Predictions that personalities of compulsive heroin users differ as a function of ethnicity and admission status were tested in an analysis of covariance design (covariates: age, intelligence, and socioeconomic status) using four MMPI factor scales as personality measures (i.e., anxiety, repression, somatization, and unconventionality). Those volunteering… (More)

Topics

  • Presentations referencing similar topics