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    Default Let's All Take the MMPI-2!

    http://geisel.narod.ru/mmpi2.htm

    Do we post results, or what?

    Note: 50 per scale is average, with StD of 10 - apparently.
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    Give me an eye small enough, and I will transform guttering candles into exploding stars.
    This was the way with some men. They sealed themselves in, bricked their ears and their mouths, and spent their remaining days speaking only with their eyes—until these too became inscrutable. Many, you could wager, held chaos in their hearts, shrill and juvenile. But since ignorance is immovable, they seem immovable, imperturbable. Such is the power of silence.
    it is time we attempt to conceptualize proximate and ultimate forms of causation in terms consistent with philosophical materialism, not in terms consistent with mind-body dualism.

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    567 questions? Holy gah, I'll have to take that when I've got NOTHING else to do. And between a career, wife and three kids, that translates into never.
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    Default Re: Let's All Take the MMPI-2!

    My spidey-sense is tingling.
    "The mind commands the body, and instantly it obeys. The mind commands itself, and meets resistance."
    ~St. Thomas Aquinas

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    Default Re: Let's All Take the MMPI-2!

    http://www.mmpi-info.com/mmpi-2/

    Phew...

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    As it turns out, I'm a perfectly, non-threateningly normal, banal citizen. Nothing to see here.

    Give me an eye small enough, and I will transform guttering candles into exploding stars.
    This was the way with some men. They sealed themselves in, bricked their ears and their mouths, and spent their remaining days speaking only with their eyes—until these too became inscrutable. Many, you could wager, held chaos in their hearts, shrill and juvenile. But since ignorance is immovable, they seem immovable, imperturbable. Such is the power of silence.
    it is time we attempt to conceptualize proximate and ultimate forms of causation in terms consistent with philosophical materialism, not in terms consistent with mind-body dualism.

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    I have taken it twice now. Don't want to take it again. Was less than honest on some parts, as the results determine whether or not The Man will let me carry a gun on the job.
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    Default Re: Let's All Take the MMPI-2!

    These are my results.

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    Scale Scale Description Raw Score K Score T Score % Answered
    True 225 39.7
    False 341 60.1
    ? 1 0.176
    VRIN Variable Response Inconsistency 7 57
    TRIN True Reponse Inconsistency 10 57T
    F Infrequency 7 58 100
    Fb Backside F 2 51 100
    Fp Infrequency Psychopathology 1 48 100
    L Lie 7 65 100
    K Correction 18 56 100
    S Superlative Self-Presentation 31 57 100
    Hs Hypochondriasis 12 21 70 100
    D Depression 20 54 100
    Hy Hysteria 27 64 100
    Pd Psychopathic Deviate 12 19 42 98.0
    Mf Masculinity-Femininity - Male 29 56 100
    Mf Masculinity-Femininity - Female 31 undefined 100
    Pa Paranoia 12 57 100
    Pt Psychathenia 19 37 72 100
    Sc Schizophrenia 18 36 67 98.7
    Ma Hypomania 15 19 47 100
    Si Social Introversion 26 50 100
    D1 Subjective Depression 13 66 100
    D2 Psychomotor Retardation 6 54 100
    D3 Physical Malfunctioning 4 59 100
    D4 Mental Dullness 6 67 100
    D5 Brooding 3 57 100
    Hy1 Denial of Social Anxiety 1 34 100
    Hy2 Need for Affection 9 59 100
    Hy3 Lassitude-malaise 6 66 100
    Hy4 Somatic Complaints 7 72 100
    Hy5 Inhibition of Aggression 3 48 100
    Pd1 Familial Discord 1 45 100
    Pd2 Authority Problems 3 48 87.5
    Pd3 Social Imperturbability 1 35 100
    Pd4 Social Alienation 4 51 100
    Pd5 Self-alienation 5 58 100
    Pa1 Persecutory Ideas 1 46 100
    Pa2 Poignancy 2 48 100
    Pa3 Naivete 7 60 100
    Sc1 Social Alienation 2 47 100
    Sc2 Emotional Alienation 3 69 100
    Sc3 Lack of Ego Mastery, Cognitive 4 66 100
    Sc4 Lack of Ego Mastery, Conative 7 76 100
    Sc5 Lack of Ego Mastery, Defective Inhibition 3 61 100
    Sc6 Bizarre Sensory Experiences 5 65 100
    Ma1 Amorality 0 35 100
    Ma2 Psychomotor Acceleration 7 58 100
    Ma3 Imperturbability 3 47 100
    Ma4 Ego Inflation 1 37 100
    Si1 Shyness/Self-Consciousness 8 59 100
    Si2 Social Avoidance 4 54 100
    Si3 Self/Other Alienation 4 47 100
    ANX Anxiety 10 60 100
    FRS Fears 0 35 100
    OBS Obsessivness 6 53 100
    DEP Depression 8 58 100
    HEA Health Concerns 12 66 100
    BIZ Bizarre Mentation 3 54 100
    ANG Anger 7 53 100
    CYN Cynicism 2 38 100
    ASP Antisocial Practices 6 46 95.5
    TPA Type A 0 30 100
    LSE Low Self-esteem 8 59 100
    SOD Social Discomfort 10 54 100
    FAM Family Problems 3 44 100
    WRK Work Interference 9 54 100
    TRT Negative Treatment Indicators 2 43 100
    A Anxiety 15 57 100
    R Repression 11 41 100
    Es Ego Strength 31 36 100
    MAC-R MacAndrew Alcoholism Scale-Revised 23 53 100
    AAS Addiction Acknowledgement 3 51 100
    APS Addiction Potential 24 52 100
    MDS Marital Distress 2 46 100
    Ho Hostility 9 39 100
    O-H Overcontrolled Hostility 14 55 100
    Do Dominance 13 38 100
    Re Social Responsibility 20 50 100
    Mt College Maladjustment 20 64 100
    GM Masculine Gender Role 38 51 100
    GF Feminine Gender Role 27 49 100
    PK Post-traumatic Stress Disorder 18 67 100
    PS Post-traumatic Stress Disorder 22 64 100
    D-O Depression, Obvious 14 65 100
    D-S Depression, Subtle 5 undefined 100
    Hy-O Hysteria, Obvious 11 67 100
    Hy-S Hysteria, Subtle 16 50 100
    Pd-O Psychopathic Deviate, Obvious 7 52 96.4
    Pd-S Psychopathic Deviate, Subtle 5 undefined 100
    Pa-O Paranoia, Obvious 4 57 100
    Pa-S Paranoia, Subtle 8 52 100
    Ma-O Hypomania, Obvoius 9 57 100
    Ma-S Hypomania, Subtle 6 35 100
    dem Demoralization 12 66 100
    som Somatic Complaints 8 65 100
    lpe Low Positive Emotions 5 53 100
    cyn Cynicism 1 38 100
    asb Antisocial Behavior 5 49 95.5
    per Ideas of Persecution 1 56 100
    dne Dysfunctional Negative Emotions 6 52 100
    abx Aberrant Experiences 5 63 100
    hpm Hypomanic Activation 12 48 100
    AGGR Aggressiveness 7 45 100
    PSYC Psychoticism 5 56 100
    DISC Disconstraint 15 51 96.6
    NEGE Negative Emotionality / Neuroticism 9 49 100
    INTR Introversion / Low Positive Emotionality 13 54 100
    FRS1 Generalized Fearfulness 0 44 100
    FRS2 Multiple Fears 0 37 100
    DEP1 Lack of Drive 3 57 100
    DEP2 Dysphoria 1 50 100
    DEP3 Self-Depreciation 3 62 100
    DEP4 Suicidal Ideation 1 62 100
    HEA1 Gastrointestinal Symptoms 2 70 100
    HEA2 Neurological Symtoms 5 74 100
    HEA3 General Health Concerns 1 48 100
    BIZ1 Psychotic Symptomatology 1 54 100
    BIZ2 Schizotypal Characteristics 2 54 100
    ANG1 Explosive Behavior 3 58 100
    ANG2 Irritability 3 51 100
    CYN1 Misanthropic Beliefs 1 36 100
    CYN2 Interpersonal Suspiciousness 1 39 100
    ASP1 Antisocial Attitudes 3 40 100
    ASP2 Antisocial Behavior 3 59 80.0
    TPA1 Impatience 0 34 100
    TPA2 Competitive Drive 0 33 100
    LSE1 Self-Doubt 4 59 100
    LSE2 Submissiveness 3 62 100
    SOD1 Introversion 7 56 100
    SOD2 Shyness 3 52 100
    FAM1 Family Discord 1 40 100
    FAM2 Familial Alienation 1 49 100
    TRT1 Low Motivation 1 48 100
    TRT2 Inability to Disclose 1 45 100


    I'm having a hard time understanding what my results mean though. Where can I read more about it?

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    567 questions? Holy gah, I'll have to take that when I've got NOTHING else to do. And between a career, wife and three kids, that translates into never.
    It only took me about a half hour. Give it a whirl, we all wanna see just how crazy you are.
    Last edited by Tuuvi; 06-15-2012 at 09:11. Reason: Tried to make a table like Monty did. It's late and I need to go to bed so I gave up.

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    Default Re: Let's All Take the MMPI-2!

    Note that you usually want to look at the T-score.

    VALIDITY SCALES

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    VRIN: 12 pairs of psychologically related items.

    TRIN: 23 pairs of items that are semantically inconsistent. High scores, 13 or more, have responded to the MMPI in a "yea-saying" test set, responding mostly "True".

    Infrequency (F): Very high (>T99) possible random, exaggerated, or misscored profile. Very high scores (T> 90) commonly found with schizophrenic patients. High scores (>T70), best measure of overall psychopathology, resentment, acting out, moodiness. Mostly elevations in the F scale are due to psychopathology; high item overlap with scale 8 (Schizophrenia). Low scores (T45), possible fake good profile.

    Backside F (Fb): 40 items found after item 280. Developed like the F scale, it is made up of items that are endorsed less than 10% of the time by normals (but frequently by disturbed individuals). If Fb is above T99, and F is not high, then the individual may have randomly responded to the latter part of the test. This is more likely than the other possible interpretation, namely that the testee decompensated toward the end of the test.

    Infrequency Psychopathology (Fp): he F scale was developed by normals who responded to items less than 10% of the time. The F(p) scale was constructed of items endorsed by 20% or less by two separate groups of psychiatric patients and by the MMPI-2 sample. The F(p) is better than F or Fb in detecting feigning serious psychopathology. Scores between T71 and T113 may be exaggerated, unless the psychopathology is obviously severe; scores greater than T113 suggest exaggeration.

    Lie (L): High: (> Raw 5 for either the MMPI or the MMPI-2). Tendency to create a favorable impression as a response bias, conventional, rigid, moralistic, repression, denial, and insightless. A high L can mean anything from a very well mannered normal wanting to give a good impression, to a compensated paranoid. A high L will submerge scales of obvious psychopathology, and inflate scales of healthy functioning such as the Ego Strength scale.

    Correction (K): K is a subtle and valuable correction for defensiveness. However, a high K is also associated with high education and socio-economic status. That is, people who are highly educated and getting along well with other individuals, should score moderately high on the K scale. The K scale was derived from individuals who were hospitalized, clearly having serious psychological problems and yet producing normal profiles. They were being defensive by claiming that they had no psychological problems. K assumes psychopathology. High ( >Raw 22 on MMPI or MMPI-2). If there are signs of psychopathology, high K indicates defensiveness, insightlessness, intolerance, dogmatism, and being controlling. Very high scores are always a sign of defensiveness. Moderately high scores with individuals who are college educated and appear to be fairly well adjusted,are normal. (< T46). Guarded prognosis for any insight therapy since their ego strength is low; masochistic confessors, poor self-concept, distrustful, and angry. A very low K could often be the only indication of psychopathology on an MMPI profile.

    Superlative Self-Presentation (S): based on comparing the responses of male airline pilot applicants with the male MMPI-2 normative sample. Five subscales are; Belief in Human Goodness, Serenity, Contentment with Life, Patience and Denial of Irritability and Anger, and Denial of Moral Flaws. Highly correlated with the K scale. As with K, if the person is indeed high functioning, a high score accurately measures ego strength. If however, the person's history does not support claims of superior adjustment, and T>65, consider a faking to look good bias.


    CLINICAL SCALES

    T>65 is considered high, while T<40 is considered low.

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    1 - Hypochondriasis (Hs): High: Preoccupation about one's health, a tendency to exaggerate physical symptoms, demanding, whiny, immature, little psychological mindedness, poor prognosis for any kind of treatment. As with any personality scale, it does not rule out organic disease. But nor does disease rule out the need to exaggerate and complain- which scale 1 measures very well.

    Low: Healthy, insightful, optimistic.
    Correlates mainly with Hysteria (3) .79.

    2 - Depression (D): High: Clinical depression, pessimism, guilt feelings.

    Low: Absence of depression, cheerful, competitive.

    This is still the best scale of clinical depression.

    Correlates .93 with Depression- Obvious, .90 with D1 Subjective Depression, .83 D4 Mental Dullness, and .77 with D5 Brooding.

    3 - Hysteria (Hy): High: Tendency to convert conflicts concerning dependency, sexuality or aggression, and express them as physical symptoms. Psychologically immature, self-centered, narcissistic, and insightless. Superficially friendly and naive but manipulative.

    Low: Overly constrictive, conventional and distrusting.

    An excellant scale that measures somatization, conversion reactions, denial, naivete and manipulativeness. Correlates .79 with Hypochondriasis, .60 with Hysteria-Obvious, .56 with Hy4 . Somatic Complaints, .51 with Hysteria-Subtle, and .49 with Paranoia-Subtle.


    4 - Psychopathic Deviate (Pd): High: Poor impulse control, disidentification with societal standards, authority conflicts, marital and family conflicts, inconsiderate, narcissistic, poor judgment, extroverted, self-confident, hostile and externalizes blame.

    Low: Overly conventional and conforming, passive, trusting and non-competitive.

    Correlates .72 with Pd-O, .63 with Pd5 Self Alienation, .63 with Schizophrenia, and .60 with D1 Subjective Depression. Pd is a great characterological scale of narcissism, externalization of blame, exploitiveness, and hostility. The subscales for Pd are very important in understanding elevations in Pd. Elevations in Pd can be due to a hostile, exploitive and truly psychopathic mentality, or an extroverted normal going through a divorce, or a normal teenager. If Pd-O is greater than Pd, then the more pathological interpretaions should be used. If Pd-S is higher than Pd, then the more benign interpretations should be used. It is helpful to also look at the content scales of anger, authority problems, family problems etc. to help understand elevations in Pd.

    5 - Masculinity-Femininity (Mf): High:(For Males) Passive, aesthetic and artistic interests, intelligent, sensitive to others, tolerant and has good controls. If very high - possible sex role identity problems.

    (For Females) Rejects the traditional female role, masculine interests in work and hobbies, and may be aggressive and dominating.

    Low: (For Males) Limited intellectual ability, narrow range of interests, practical, aggressive, and has traditional male interests.

    (For Females) Passive, submissive, constricted and sensitive. Not correlated to any scales of psychopathology. Masculinity-Femininity reliably comes up as an independent factor of MMPI items. Mf is only slightly correlated to the new Gender Role scales on the MMPI-2. This is the weakest basic MMPI/MMPI-2 scale. Highly educated sensitive males usually score high. The new MMPI-2 norms reflect the changes in traditional sex roles since 1940. The female norm did not change, but the male norm is a whole standard deviation higher in the MMPI-2 as compared to the MMPI mean. The MMPI-2 sample is also very highly educated. What ever the reason, on the MMPI-2, Ph.D. psychologists will look less like latent homosexuals. The best part of this scale is the subscale Mf1 Narcissism-Hypersensitivity which has been omitted on the MMPI-2.

    6 - Paranoia (Pa): High: Suspicious, hostile, overly sensitive, ideas of reference, delusions of persecution or grandiosity, vengeful, and utilizes projection.

    Low: Insensitive, defensive, and shy.

    Correlates .77 with Pa-O, .73 with Pa2 Poignancy, .67 with Psychasthenia, .65 with Pa1 Persecutory Ideas, .62 with Hy-O, .62 with Wiggins Psychoticism, and .57 with Pa-S. A good scale of persecutory paranoia. It does not assess the other types of non-bizarre delusions, i.e. Erotomanic (delusional fanatical love), Grandiose, Jealous and Somatic. The only false positives are when, in reality, they have someone out to get them. This is the only scale I know where high scores or low scores could mean the same thing, paranoia.

    7 - Psychasthenia (Pt): High: Obsessive-compulsive anxiety, tendency towards phobias, irrational fears, highstrung, difficulty concentrating, lack of self-confidence, rigidly moralistic, perfectionistic and dependent.

    Low: Well adjusted, free from anxiety, self-confident, and a wide range of interests.

    Correlates .81 with Schizophrenia,.80 with Depression-Obvious,.77 with D1, and .75 with Hy-O. Scale 7 measures anxiety which is a common element to several scales. That's why there is so much overlapp with Schizophrenia (8), Depression (2) and Hysteria (3). When scale 7 is at least 10 T scores over scale 8, there is more compensation and a better prognosis, than the other way around. Since scale 7 is so homogenous and obvious, it has no subscales, and needs all the raw scores of K to correct for defensiveness.

    8 - Schizophrenia (Sc): High: breakdown of reality testing, feelings of unreality, insecurities, schizoidal trends, alienation, shy, generalized anxiety, over-investment in fantasy, sexual preoccupation, non-conforming, immature and disorganized thinking.

    Low: Friendly, reasonable, conventional, practical, and unimaginative.

    Correlates .81 with Pt, .73 with Hy-O, .72 with Sc1 Social Alienation, .72 with Wiggins Psychoticism, .70 with Sc5 Defective Inhibition, and .69 Depression-Obvious. One of the best scales anywhere of serious psychopathology. When scale 8 is one of the highest elevated scales on the profile, consider a borderline or psychotic personality structure. Sc is made up of all obvious items, and as with Pt, requires all the raw scores of K to correct for defensiveness.

    9 - Hypomania (Ma): High: Hyperactive, impulsive, difficulty in delaying gratification, narcissistic, irritable and extroverted.

    Low: Low energy and activity level, fatigue, depression and withdrawn.

    Correlates .83 with Hypomania-Subtle, .73 with Ma2 Psychomotor Acceleration,.71 with Hypomania-Obvious, .66 with Ma4 Ego Inflation, .61 with Wiggins Hypomania, and .53 Ma1 Amorality.

    Note that scale 9 (Ma) is the only scale where the Subtle items correlate more with the scale than the Obvious items. Hypomania is a fairly subtle scale. It can be the only elevated scale in a defensively submerged profile. It will detect narcissistic, paranoid (grandiose type), psychopathic, hystrionic personality traits, and a hypomanic affective state. The subscales are very helpful. Ma-O is very pathological, while Ma-S and Ma3 are not necessarily pathological. Scale 9 is known to activate the other scales, leading to an acting out of the disturbed ideation.

    0 - Social Introversion (Si): High: Timid, shy, uncomfortable with members of the opposite sex, hard to get to know, overly-sensitive, over-controlled, submis sive, conventional, cautious, rigid and moody.

    Low: Socially extroverted, talkative, energetic, interest in status and recognition, competitive, narcissistic, superficial, and manipulative.

    Correaltes .94 with Si1 Inferiority-Personal Discomfort, .89 with Wiggins Social Maladjustment, -.83 with Pd3 Social Impertubability, .81 with Si2 Discomfort with Others, and .75 with Wiggins Poor Morale. A very reliable personality trait that many researchers believe is at least partly a matter of genes. The test retest correlation after 30 years is .74 (Gynther, 1979). The more Si is greater than Sc the better; the more likely the person is avoidant rather than schiziod. Low scores can sometimes be the only sign of narcissism on the profile. The subscales aren't very helpful, since Si is so homogeneous. They keep saying, "shy". Serkownek's subscales are useful in helping to determine the degree of pathology in an elevated Si. Si1, Si4, S15 and Si6 are more pathological than Si2 and Si3. The former assess more schizoid, depressed and paranoid traits, and the latter assess more neurotic traits. The three new MMPI-2 subscales for Si seem even less clearly differentiated than Serkownek's subscales. There isn't data on the new Si subscales in the MMPI-2 Manual (1989). They should be considered as experimental scales.




    Mostly from this site, which also has info on all the subcategories and suchlike. Psychologism made easy!
    Give me an eye small enough, and I will transform guttering candles into exploding stars.
    This was the way with some men. They sealed themselves in, bricked their ears and their mouths, and spent their remaining days speaking only with their eyes—until these too became inscrutable. Many, you could wager, held chaos in their hearts, shrill and juvenile. But since ignorance is immovable, they seem immovable, imperturbable. Such is the power of silence.
    it is time we attempt to conceptualize proximate and ultimate forms of causation in terms consistent with philosophical materialism, not in terms consistent with mind-body dualism.

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    I still can't make sense of the score....


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    Put them up and I'll diagnose you.

    Give me an eye small enough, and I will transform guttering candles into exploding stars.
    This was the way with some men. They sealed themselves in, bricked their ears and their mouths, and spent their remaining days speaking only with their eyes—until these too became inscrutable. Many, you could wager, held chaos in their hearts, shrill and juvenile. But since ignorance is immovable, they seem immovable, imperturbable. Such is the power of silence.
    it is time we attempt to conceptualize proximate and ultimate forms of causation in terms consistent with philosophical materialism, not in terms consistent with mind-body dualism.

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    So what exactly do you want me to post (I have taken the test)?
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    Scale Scale Description Raw Score K Score T Score % Answered
    TRUE 281 49.6
    FALSE 286 50.4
    ? 0 0
    VRIN Variable Response Inconsistency 11 73
    TRIN True Reponse Inconsistency 10 57T
    F Infrequency 7 58 100
    Fb Backside F 6 67 100
    Fp Infrequency Psychopathology 2 56 100
    L Lie 5 56 100
    K Correction 7 33 100
    S Superlative Self-Presentation 18 42 100
    Hs Hypochondriasis 9 13 51 100
    D Depression 16 45 100
    Hy Hysteria 25 59 100
    Pd Psychopathic Deviate 22 25 54 100
    Mf Masculinity-Femininity - Male 28 54 100
    Mf Masculinity-Femininity - Female 28 undefined 100
    Pa Paranoia 12 57 100
    Pt Psychathenia 23 30 57 100
    Sc Schizophrenia 28 35 65 100
    Ma Hypomania 18 19 47 100
    Si Social Introversion 29 54 100
    D1 Subjective Depression 11 61 100
    D2 Psychomotor Retardation 3 37 100
    D3 Physical Malfunctioning 2 43 100
    D4 Mental Dullness 4 58 100
    D5 Brooding 5 68 100
    Hy1 Denial of Social Anxiety 5 56 100
    Hy2 Need for Affection 4 40 100
    Hy3 Lassitude-malaise 6 66 100
    Hy4 Somatic Complaints 6 67 100
    Hy5 Inhibition of Aggression 1 33 100
    Pd1 Familial Discord 6 78 100
    Pd2 Authority Problems 3 48 100
    Pd3 Social Imperturbability 5 58 100
    Pd4 Social Alienation 5 57 100
    Pd5 Self-alienation 6 63 100
    Pa1 Persecutory Ideas 3 58 100
    Pa2 Poignancy 3 55 100
    Pa3 Naivete 5 51 100
    Sc1 Social Alienation 8 72 100
    Sc2 Emotional Alienation 4 78 100
    Sc3 Lack of Ego Mastery, Cognitive 4 66 100
    Sc4 Lack of Ego Mastery, Conative 7 76 100
    Sc5 Lack of Ego Mastery, Defective Inhibition 4 68 100
    Sc6 Bizarre Sensory Experiences 5 65 100
    Ma1 Amorality 2 50 100
    Ma2 Psychomotor Acceleration 6 53 100
    Ma3 Imperturbability 2 41 100
    Ma4 Ego Inflation 4 56 100
    Si1 Shyness/Self-Consciousness 6 53 100
    Si2 Social Avoidance 4 54 100
    Si3 Self/Other Alienation 10 65 100
    ANX Anxiety 10 60 100
    FRS Fears 2 45 100
    OBS Obsessivness 7 56 100
    DEP Depression 16 71 100
    HEA Health Concerns 9 60 100
    BIZ Bizarre Mentation 5 60 100
    ANG Anger 11 67 100
    CYN Cynicism 12 52 100
    ASP Antisocial Practices 8 49 100
    TPA Type A 12 60 100
    LSE Low Self-esteem 14 75 100
    SOD Social Discomfort 9 52 100
    FAM Family Problems 16 80 100
    WRK Work Interference 10 56 100
    TRT Negative Treatment Indicators 10 64 100
    A Anxiety 25 71 100
    R Repression 8 34 100
    Es Ego Strength 34 42 100
    MAC-R MacAndrew Alcoholism Scale-Revised 22 51 100
    AAS Addiction Acknowledgement 7 70 100
    APS Addiction Potential 25 54 100
    MDS Marital Distress 4 56 100
    Ho Hostility 30 64 100
    O-H Overcontrolled Hostility 14 55 100
    Do Dominance 16 48 100
    Re Social Responsibility 17 42 100
    Mt College Maladjustment 23 68 100
    GM Masculine Gender Role 37 49 100
    GF Feminine Gender Role 22 39 100
    PK Post-traumatic Stress Disorder 22 73 100
    PS Post-traumatic Stress Disorder 27 71 100
    D-O Depression, Obvious 13 62 100
    D-S Depression, Subtle 2 undefined 100
    Hy-O Hysteria, Obvious 11 67 100
    Hy-S Hysteria, Subtle 14 45 100
    Pd-O Psychopathic Deviate, Obvious 11 63 100
    Pd-S Psychopathic Deviate, Subtle 11 52 100
    Pa-O Paranoia, Obvious 4 57 100
    Pa-S Paranoia, Subtle 8 52 100
    Ma-O Hypomania, Obvoius 10 61 100
    Ma-S Hypomania, Subtle 8 42 100
    dem Demoralization 15 71 100
    som Somatic Complaints 10 71 100
    lpe Low Positive Emotions 6 57 100
    cyn Cynicism 6 48 100
    asb Antisocial Behavior 11 65 100
    per Ideas of Persecution 1 56 100
    dne Dysfunctional Negative Emotions 13 67 100
    abx Aberrant Experiences 5 63 100
    hpm Hypomanic Activation 23 76 100
    AGGR Aggressiveness 16 84 100
    PSYC Psychoticism 3 49 100
    DISC Disconstraint 16 54 100
    NEGE Negative Emotionality / Neuroticism 17 64 100
    INTR Introversion / Low Positive Emotionality 11 50 100
    FRS1 Generalized Fearfulness 1 53 100
    FRS2 Multiple Fears 1 41 100
    DEP1 Lack of Drive 7 79 100
    DEP2 Dysphoria 5 82 100
    DEP3 Self-Depreciation 2 55 100
    DEP4 Suicidal Ideation 1 62 100
    HEA1 Gastrointestinal Symptoms 1 57 100
    HEA2 Neurological Symtoms 2 54 100
    HEA3 General Health Concerns 1 48 100
    BIZ1 Psychotic Symptomatology 1 54 100
    BIZ2 Schizotypal Characteristics 4 67 100
    ANG1 Explosive Behavior 5 71 100
    ANG2 Irritability 5 61 100
    CYN1 Misanthropic Beliefs 6 50 100
    CYN2 Interpersonal Suspiciousness 6 62 100
    ASP1 Antisocial Attitudes 6 49 100
    ASP2 Antisocial Behavior 2 52 100
    TPA1 Impatience 2 45 100
    TPA2 Competitive Drive 6 66 100
    LSE1 Self-Doubt 6 70 100
    LSE2 Submissiveness 4 69 100
    SOD1 Introversion 6 53 100
    SOD2 Shyness 2 47 100
    FAM1 Family Discord 7 70 100
    FAM2 Familial Alienation 4 76 100
    TRT1 Low Motivation 5 71 100
    TRT2 Inability to Disclose 4 68 100

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    You take the test, click Score, and get a big old stats-wall. Presumably you can then copy-paste, screencap, or transfer to spreadsheet and then screencap, any portion of the results you desire - whatever makes you look good or bad, I don't know.

    Your failure to accomplish this suggests that 5 points ought to be added to your Authority Problems scale, which must lead to a diagnosis of psychopathic deviation. The only treatment is indefinite incarceration.
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    it is time we attempt to conceptualize proximate and ultimate forms of causation in terms consistent with philosophical materialism, not in terms consistent with mind-body dualism.

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    I've got it open in Excel, just seeing if you will diagnose it.
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    You are broody, aggressive, active, involved, suspicious and critical of others, naively trusting, outgoing, do not experience aggressive impulses, lethargic, have difficulty concentrating, cheerful, indecisive, insensitive, hostile,have issues with familial discord, guilty, alcoholic, sensitive, alienated, misunderstood, unloved, self-centered, a blamecaster, wished harm upon by others, apathetic, sadomasochistic, pessimistic, daydreamy, irritable, hyperactive, lacking control of your emotions, prone to sensory distortions, introverted, easily influenced by others, unconfident, obsessive, jealous, angry, anxious, talkative, excitable, emotional, domineering, resentful, fearful, fatigued, have sexual issues, discouraged, demoralized, preoccupied by health worries, a liar, grandiose, risk-taking, cruel, cold, argumentative, violent, experience illusions, competitive, passive, obedient, and unable to open up to others.

    Overall, you are within a standard deviation of normal. However, you just may be a borderline depressive schizoid. I recommend you that you not kid and consult your psychiatric healthcare provider.

    ...

    Unfortunately, I'm not really qualified to diagnose anything with this clinical tool.
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    This was the way with some men. They sealed themselves in, bricked their ears and their mouths, and spent their remaining days speaking only with their eyes—until these too became inscrutable. Many, you could wager, held chaos in their hearts, shrill and juvenile. But since ignorance is immovable, they seem immovable, imperturbable. Such is the power of silence.
    it is time we attempt to conceptualize proximate and ultimate forms of causation in terms consistent with philosophical materialism, not in terms consistent with mind-body dualism.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Montmorency View Post
    You are broody, aggressive, active, involved, suspicious and critical of others, naively trusting, outgoing, do not experience aggressive impulses, lethargic, have difficulty concentrating, cheerful, indecisive, insensitive, hostile,have issues with familial discord, guilty, alcoholic, sensitive, alienated, misunderstood, unloved, self-centered, a blamecaster, wished harm upon by others, apathetic, sadomasochistic, pessimistic, daydreamy, irritable, hyperactive, lacking control of your emotions, prone to sensory distortions, introverted, easily influenced by others, unconfident, obsessive, jealous, angry, anxious, talkative, excitable, emotional, domineering, resentful, fearful, fatigued, have sexual issues, discouraged, demoralized, preoccupied by health worries, a liar, grandiose, risk-taking, cruel, cold, argumentative, violent, experience illusions, competitive, passive, obedient, and unable to open up to others.

    Overall, you are within a standard deviation of normal. However, you just may be a borderline depressive schizoid. I recommend you that you not kid and consult your psychiatric healthcare provider.

    ...

    Unfortunately, I'm not really qualified to diagnose anything with this clinical tool.
    Thanks for that.

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    All right how did you get all that from what Visorslash posted?
    Also many of those adjectives are synonymous.....


    Quote Originally Posted by Montmorency View Post
    Put them up and I'll diagnose you.

    JFR, while I appreciate the offer a lot (really I do), I'd rather be my own head shrinker.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Montmorency View Post
    You are broody, aggressive, active, involved, suspicious and critical of others, naively trusting, outgoing, do not experience aggressive impulses, lethargic, have difficulty concentrating, cheerful, indecisive, insensitive, hostile,have issues with familial discord, guilty, alcoholic, sensitive, alienated, misunderstood, unloved, self-centered, a blamecaster, wished harm upon by others, apathetic, sadomasochistic, pessimistic, daydreamy, irritable, hyperactive, lacking control of your emotions, prone to sensory distortions, introverted, easily influenced by others, unconfident, obsessive, jealous, angry, anxious, talkative, excitable, emotional, domineering, resentful, fearful, fatigued, have sexual issues, discouraged, demoralized, preoccupied by health worries, a liar, grandiose, risk-taking, cruel, cold, argumentative, violent, experience illusions, competitive, passive, obedient, and unable to open up to others.

    Overall, you are within a standard deviation of normal. However, you just may be a borderline depressive schizoid. I recommend you that you not kid and consult your psychiatric healthcare provider.

    ...

    Unfortunately, I'm not really qualified to diagnose anything with this clinical tool.
    As Raj said, a lot of them mean the same thing, and some are the exact opposite (sensitive, insensitive) and some aren't clear, or not even close to correct. Some are correct though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Major Robert Dump View Post
    Was less than honest on some parts, as the results determine whether or not The Man will let me carry a gun on the job.
    Nonsense, I base such decisions on the size of your penis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Man View Post
    Nonsense, I base such decisions on the size of your penis.
    Do you happen to be the one that is keeping us down?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skullhead View Post
    Do you happen to be the one that is keeping us down?
    I have been known to keep people down for my own sordid whims, you however do a good enough job keeping yourself down I have not had to interfere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Man View Post
    Nonsense, I base such decisions on the size of your penis.
    When did you obtain said measurements and how drunk was I?
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    Nonsense, I base such decisions on the size of your penis.
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    Scale Scale Description Raw Score K Score T Score % Answered
    True 233 41.1
    False 334 58.9
    ? 0 0.00
    VRIN Variable Response Inconsistency 6 54
    TRIN True Reponse Inconsistency 8 57F
    F Infrequency 4 48 100
    Fb Backside F 1 46 100
    Fp Infrequency Psychopathology 0 41 100
    L Lie 3 48 100
    K Correction 10 39 100
    S Superlative Self-Presentation 18 42 100
    Hs Hypochondriasis 5 10 42 100
    D Depression 17 47 100
    Hy Hysteria 19 45 100
    Pd Psychopathic Deviate 14 18 40 100
    Mf Masculinity-Femininity - Male 20 38 100
    Mf Masculinity-Femininity - Female 22 undefined 100
    Pa Paranoia 10 49 100
    Pt Psychathenia 9 19 36 100
    Sc Schizophrenia 9 19 37 100
    Ma Hypomania 15 17 43 100
    Si Social Introversion 26 50 100
    D1 Subjective Depression 7 50 100
    D2 Psychomotor Retardation 4 43 100
    D3 Physical Malfunctioning 3 51 100
    D4 Mental Dullness 1 43 100
    D5 Brooding 2 51 100
    Hy1 Denial of Social Anxiety 5 56 100
    Hy2 Need for Affection 4 40 100
    Hy3 Lassitude-malaise 2 48 100
    Hy4 Somatic Complaints 4 57 100
    Hy5 Inhibition of Aggression 2 40 100
    Pd1 Familial Discord 4 65 100
    Pd2 Authority Problems 2 42 100
    Pd3 Social Imperturbability 4 52 100
    Pd4 Social Alienation 3 46 100
    Pd5 Self-alienation 3 48 100
    Pa1 Persecutory Ideas 3 58 100
    Pa2 Poignancy 3 55 100
    Pa3 Naivete 3 41 100
    Sc1 Social Alienation 5 59 100
    Sc2 Emotional Alienation 0 40 100
    Sc3 Lack of Ego Mastery, Cognitive 0 42 100
    Sc4 Lack of Ego Mastery, Conative 1 44 100
    Sc5 Lack of Ego Mastery, Defective Inhibition 1 47 100
    Sc6 Bizarre Sensory Experiences 3 55 100
    Ma1 Amorality 2 50 100
    Ma2 Psychomotor Acceleration 5 49 100
    Ma3 Imperturbability 2 41 100
    Ma4 Ego Inflation 2 43 100
    Si1 Shyness/Self-Consciousness 5 51 100
    Si2 Social Avoidance 0 37 100
    Si3 Self/Other Alienation 8 59 100
    ANX Anxiety 9 57 100
    FRS Fears 2 45 100
    OBS Obsessivness 4 47 100
    DEP Depression 4 51 100
    HEA Health Concerns 6 53 100
    BIZ Bizarre Mentation 3 54 100
    ANG Anger 9 59 100
    CYN Cynicism 13 54 100
    ASP Antisocial Practices 12 58 100
    TPA Type A 12 60 100
    LSE Low Self-esteem 4 51 100
    SOD Social Discomfort 5 45 100
    FAM Family Problems 10 63 100
    WRK Work Interference 5 46 100
    TRT Negative Treatment Indicators 4 49 100
    A Anxiety 14 56 100
    R Repression 10 39 100
    Es Ego Strength 40 56 100
    MAC-R MacAndrew Alcoholism Scale-Revised 24 55 100
    AAS Addiction Acknowledgement 3 51 100
    APS Addiction Potential 21 44 100
    MDS Marital Distress 6 65 100
    Ho Hostility 26 59 100
    O-H Overcontrolled Hostility 12 48 100
    Do Dominance 18 55 100
    Re Social Responsibility 16 39 100
    Mt College Maladjustment 14 54 100
    GM Masculine Gender Role 38 51 100
    GF Feminine Gender Role 19 32 100
    PK Post-traumatic Stress Disorder 9 52 100
    PS Post-traumatic Stress Disorder 12 52 100
    D-O Depression, Obvious 7 48 100
    D-S Depression, Subtle 9 44 100
    Hy-O Hysteria, Obvious 6 53 100
    Hy-S Hysteria, Subtle 13 43 100
    Pd-O Psychopathic Deviate, Obvious 5 47 100
    Pd-S Psychopathic Deviate, Subtle 9 45 100
    Pa-O Paranoia, Obvious 4 57 100
    Pa-S Paranoia, Subtle 6 43 100
    Ma-O Hypomania, Obvoius 7 51 100
    Ma-S Hypomania, Subtle 8 42 100
    dem Demoralization 5 54 100
    som Somatic Complaints 4 55 100
    lpe Low Positive Emotions 3 46 100
    cyn Cynicism 9 56 100
    asb Antisocial Behavior 8 57 100
    per Ideas of Persecution 2 62 100
    dne Dysfunctional Negative Emotions 7 54 100
    abx Aberrant Experiences 2 52 100
    hpm Hypomanic Activation 21 70 100
    AGGR Aggressiveness 12 64 100
    PSYC Psychoticism 3 49 100
    DISC Disconstraint 16 54 100
    NEGE Negative Emotionality / Neuroticism 15 59 100
    INTR Introversion / Low Positive Emotionality 10 48 100
    FRS1 Generalized Fearfulness 0 44 100
    FRS2 Multiple Fears 2 45 100
    DEP1 Lack of Drive 0 40 100
    DEP2 Dysphoria 2 58 100
    DEP3 Self-Depreciation 2 55 100
    DEP4 Suicidal Ideation 0 45 100
    HEA1 Gastrointestinal Symptoms 1 57 100
    HEA2 Neurological Symtoms 3 60 100
    HEA3 General Health Concerns 0 40 100
    BIZ1 Psychotic Symptomatology 1 54 100
    BIZ2 Schizotypal Characteristics 2 54 100
    ANG1 Explosive Behavior 4 64 100
    ANG2 Irritability 4 56 100
    CYN1 Misanthropic Beliefs 9 58 100
    CYN2 Interpersonal Suspiciousness 4 53 100
    ASP1 Antisocial Attitudes 10 60 100
    ASP2 Antisocial Behavior 2 52 100
    TPA1 Impatience 4 57 100
    TPA2 Competitive Drive 4 55 100
    LSE1 Self-Doubt 2 49 100
    LSE2 Submissiveness 2 55 100
    SOD1 Introversion 1 39 100
    SOD2 Shyness 3 52 100
    FAM1 Family Discord 7 70 100
    FAM2 Familial Alienation 1 49 100
    TRT1 Low Motivation 0 42 100
    TRT2 Inability to Disclose 2 52 100


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    Masculinity score you have limited intellect.... Mines pretty high...

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