Short-form MMPI findings in patients with predominantly lateralized cerebral dysfunction. Neuropsychological and computerized axial tomography-derived parameters.

@article{Cullum1988ShortformMF,
  title={Short-form MMPI findings in patients with predominantly lateralized cerebral dysfunction. Neuropsychological and computerized axial tomography-derived parameters.},
  author={C. Munro Cullum and Erin D. Bigler},
  journal={The Journal of nervous and mental disease},
  year={1988},
  volume={176 6},
  pages={332-42}
}
Short-form MMPI profiles of cerebrovascular accident and head injury patients with evidence of predominantly lateralized (N = 94) or diffuse (N = 59) cerebral damage were examined in conjunction with quantified computed axial tomographic and neuropsychological data. Results indicated that all groups tended to produce similar overall MMPI profiles, with primary elevations on Scales 8 (Sc) and 2 (D). Across the sample as a whole, patients with left hemisphere damage displayed somewhat more… CONTINUE READING

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