Utility and stability of the basic personality inventory in psychiatric patients with longstanding psychotic disorders in a new psychiatric rehabilitation program over a two-year period.

@article{McNeil2000UtilityAS,
  title={Utility and stability of the basic personality inventory in psychiatric patients with longstanding psychotic disorders in a new psychiatric rehabilitation program over a two-year period.},
  author={Diane C. McNeil and John R. Reddon},
  journal={Psychological reports},
  year={2000},
  volume={87 3 Pt 1},
  pages={767-75}
}
34 long-term psychiatric patients with psychotic-type diagnoses, participating in a Psychiatric Rehabilitation program, completed the Basic Personality Inventory 5 times at 6-mo. intervals. In comparison with normative data, participants had statistically significant (p < .01) higher means at Time 1, indicating greater reported psychopathology on all scales… CONTINUE READING