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Posted by: ED
Posted on: Nov 10th, 2023 at 2:11pm
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Why is it not mandatory for the sexual offender assessment board to administer the MMPI-2 during there court ordered assessment to determine if a person truly has mental abnormality and personality disorders. The first thing the judge ask is did you evaluate the defendant, and the reply from the soab is we are not required to test and our assessment is done verbally. Your fate is determined by opinion and not by fact. I always thought that any case that comes before a court is based on fact not opinion. :-[
Posted by: Verax
Posted on: Jan 22nd, 2023 at 5:28pm
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To obtain a list of the questions ask on the MMPI-2 and to have them scored (after answering), follow the instructions here:
Posted by: Mansi
Posted on: Jan 22nd, 2023 at 7:53am
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Please share scoring and interpretation of this
Posted by: BitchPlease
Posted on: Jun 17th, 2022 at 12:46pm
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I donít see how to edit on this forum so Iíll just reply to myself as a workaround. A person busily attempting to be a type of prophet can never figure out that all prophets are false.  Some of us are disinclined toward that possibility for needing them as our crutches and others for needing to believe that our own is or will be the right or best oneÖ and still others for the unacknowledged dream of possibility even being one.  Anyone enlightened enough to figure out that thereís no god no afterlife and no free will (and that the intention behind any action is the only thing that matters and has to be because itís the only sphere in which all individuals regardless of how much or little objective truth our subjective views perceive maintain complete autonomy always) isnít pushing a magical message people want a prophet to bring anyway but with the understanding that the absence of free will is not equivalent to the meaninglessness of intent (itís an acknowledgment that our intention is inescapably at the mercy of an unquantifiable degree source and nature of othersí intentions so no decision against pursuit of mutual goodwill is every rational) Iíd like to point out allowing some test result to bait oneself into an obsessive need to change that test result rather than somehow integrating whatever it might point out as an area for introspection is the very type of tendency (externalizing approach) that leads people to make up devices of conscience and ego said to offer guaranteed third-party forgiveness and deferral of punishment and reward into imaginary next lives for injustices in this one (and tolerate pseudoprophet  abuse from the likes of  Psych1).   

Conflating faith in the test with mislaid overreliance on the result is analogous to making it a type of god.   And allowing it the power to inspire or prompt one to unprincipled action itís predicted they will choose over finding some way to roll with it is the very essence of free will being a myth.  Thatís not an excuse to reject principle, itís the reason to reject embracing anything else (or anyone elseís).
Posted by: BitchPlease
Posted on: Jun 17th, 2022 at 11:20am
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Seems to me rejection of a local PD applicant based upon MMPI results that doesnít include a contextual interview is not even actually a valid MMPI result but is a conceivable shortcut, no matter how unfortunate.  Iím pretty sure rejection with a contextual interview doesnít guarantee one is in the range of desirability for applicants at Quantico and Langley, but as no effective hiring employer wants to solicit undermining rebuttal to their objective decision not being told what scales concerned them (disqualified you) leaves you in the position of probably not imagining if they wonít take you perhaps the feds might but Iím here to tell you responses to the dozen or so psychopathy-scale questions seen as exclusionarily determinative at a bank with a perfectly clean background report indicate someone who wonít objectively evaluate the morality of orders presumed to be in their particular group (so here country of citizenship/nationality) interest because itís a competitive and calculating personality type that will rationalize its disinterest in mutual prosperity by claiming since pursuit of such a strategy puts one at risk of being victimized by the other partyís potential insincerity beating them to it with oneís own corruption is thereby justifiedÖ so unless this individual is suffering burnout and beginning to question how beneficial following orders has been to themself they just assume orders in service of their own country are moral enough/more moral because thatís an extension of self interest and ultimately their only criteria.   

Iím not pointing all of that out in judgment nearly so much as I am Aware of the rejection by a lesser agency sort of counterintuitively implies one wouldnít need the standard for a more authoritative one.  And also because thatís what ďPSYCH1ď isnít telling yíall while sheís getting her sick sadistic kick out of hiding behind a test calling out people exhibiting traits sheís pretending hasnít made them (many of yíall) easy targets for projective displacement (she is displaying behavior consistent with other traits in the very same cluster and getting off on the perception of authority her greater working knowledge and familiarity with the instrument confers, but Pearson doesnít need a spokesperson and outside of memed clichťs  about being drawn to it to figure out personal problems if psychology did she wouldnít be nearly as flattering a choice as she seems to think).
Posted by: movietheaters-MMPI4
Posted on: Jun 5th, 2022 at 6:33am
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For the MMPI-4, what about a lie question,

ďI have never downloaded or streamed a movie in a manner that violates federal copyright law.Ē

Who goes to movies and sneaks in? I would not sneak into a movie, but if I answered as such, I would be flagged as a liar. Thus, I must lie to be considered truthful. Arenít movie theaters outdated as a general question for all persons?
Posted by: VisionMissing
Posted on: Mar 10th, 2022 at 6:04am
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I have never seen a vision. Why does the test say that I have deviant thinking!!

Question 180 was a typo (see image).

Is something wrong with the coding for question 427?
Posted by: VisionQuestion
Posted on: Mar 10th, 2022 at 6:01am
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[quote author=003F393E6A2B392123242D4A0 link=1109032158/358#358 date=1301277368]For those that have the most accurate answer:
38† †65 100 

LW5 Lachar-Wrobel Critical Items - Deviant Thinking and Experiences 427 True I have never seen a vision. 

I answered question 427 as true, and then at the bottom of the test it said deviant thinking!? 

Is this a coding error? Do most normal people see visions? Why was my true answer flagged as 

LW5 Lachar-Wrobel Critical Items - Deviant Thinking and Experiences?
Posted by: Sanaro
Posted on: Mar 18th, 2021 at 7:28pm
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this test is a joke I've taken it 25 years ago and "passed" Some friends and I went to another city took the test as police applicants again and "Messed" with it they passed us all again... Also, when cop's boss's are pissed and we havent broken "P&P"† they can send us again. I was sent and I† asked the guy giving the test if I was "ok" to go back to work.He said yes by the way l.o.l. I say the best way is to go in and be truthful if you fail and your a police officer you get disability. lmao should have "F ed" with them and gone home.† †Cheesy Tongue

Sorry, but you completely fabricated the law enforcement application portion of your (yes, 10 year old) post.

The MMPI is not scored on individual answers to individual questions.  Each question is included in one of the validity scales.  For example, question 1, 15, 30, 45...every 15th question is on the L "lie" scale.

The key to the scales depends on the statistical evaluation of millions of test scores.  They end up with an average score, over the millions of tests, for each scale.  Your score for each scale is measured against the key.  Do you fall in the 1st Standard Deviation (or 2nd SD - it depends on what industry is conduction the test)?  If you do then 67% of all people tested fall within your range.  If you attempt to give the answer you think they are looking for on individual questions its very likely you will test outside the acceptable range and be rejected.

For law enforcement the scales are made up of the millions of people who have applied for law enforcement positions and taken the MMPI.  Because that experimental group is a sub-group of the general population its normal scale is somewhat different.  You have to test within the 1st SD of that sub-group.

BTW:  I'm using Standard Deviation loosely here.  It is a normal measurement technique used in statistics but an industry might choose some other method of scoring a validity scale.  But the general theory still holds - trying to outguess the test based on individual test answers will usually backfire.  Its the overall score, not answers to individual questions, that count.
Posted on: Feb 20th, 2020 at 10:23am
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@ ThugCop

Smiley Smiley Smiley
Posted by: Diane L Cole
Posted on: Jan 3rd, 2020 at 6:33pm
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Can you send me the answer to the first 75 questions along with the other questions and their answeres plesase.
Posted by: Ireine
Posted on: Nov 7th, 2019 at 11:55pm
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Dear Thug,
Please send me the rest of the test's questions. It would be highly appreciated. Thanks in advance

Posted by: MMPI2
Posted on: Oct 30th, 2019 at 8:04pm
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Posted by: MMPI2
Posted on: Aug 30th, 2019 at 6:47am
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Nowadays  the MMPI2-RF is used because it's a shortened version. About half of the number of questions, but the same ones, just slightly different scoring. I believe the old scoring script out there on the internet in the past few years already had the shortened version.

Keep in mind that departments nowadays are moving away from MMPI2, although the less modern ones still use it. It's relatively easy to play around with since it is so well established. It's also relatively easy to beat it any which way one wants and get a job offer without ever having to have an in person interview with a psychologist. Precisely because of the over-reliance on the results and norms. If it's a multiple choice test, it can always be beaten without detection.

The Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2 Restructured Form (MMPI-2-RF), published in 2008, is a 338Ėitem self-report measure linked conceptually and empirically to modern theories and models of psychopathology and personality.

The people who keep asking for the test to be emailed don't seem to be able to use Google. Or to even bother reading this thread's earlier posts. Lazy.
Posted by: JimBob
Posted on: Jul 24th, 2019 at 3:10pm
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Do you have the rest of the questions, please.  Thank you.  Email to above, please.  Thank you.
Posted by: dont sue me pls
Posted on: Jun 21st, 2019 at 1:10am
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At the request of an attorney for the copyright holder of the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2 (MMPI-2), the full set of MMPI-2 assessment questions, which had been listed here, has been removed. -- Administrator, 5 May 2021
Posted by: Chris.pga.tour
Posted on: Jun 6th, 2019 at 4:08pm
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Oh man this is awesome bro can you send me all the rest and advice I'm going in for a disability hearing I'm a military vet with PTSD and my friends from army tell me this test is bullshit. I wanna get a leg up.
Posted on: Jun 3rd, 2019 at 12:18pm
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Posted by: T
Posted on: May 31st, 2019 at 12:00pm
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If you're still here, can you please send me this information. My address is
Posted by: hafizzan suzaidy
Posted on: Apr 5th, 2019 at 9:31am
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how we can interprate this.
have a manual
can send to me
Posted by: Happy11
Posted on: Feb 25th, 2019 at 1:39pm
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MMPI wrote on Sep 22nd, 2007 at 9:11pm:
The questions are published in these books:

Development and Use of the Mmpi-2 Content Scales
Authors: James N. Butcher, John R. Graham
ISBN: 0816618178

MMPI-2. Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2: Manual for administration, scoring, and interpretation
Authors: †John R. Graham, Yossef S. Ben-Porath, Auke Tellegen, Grant Dahlstrom, Beverly Kaemmer James N. Butcher

The scales (needed for scroring) are in these books:

MMPI-2: Assessing Personality and Psychopathology
Author: John R. Graham
ISBN: †0195060687 (1st edition), 0195079221 (2nd edition), 0195114817 (3rd edition), 0195168062 (4th edition)

MMPI-2. Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2: Manual for administration, scoring, and interpretation
Authors: †John R. Graham, Yossef S. Ben-Porath, Auke Tellegen, Grant Dahlstrom, Beverly Kaemmer James N. Butcher
(Same as above, has questions and scales - can be hard to find and expensive!)


The questions are posted here, so all you need to undersand the MMPI-2 is the "MMPI-2: Assessing Personality and Psychopathology" book. †The older editions can be found for under $25.

Thank s for your information.  I will appreciate if you please send all the questions to me by the email
Posted by: arianne ross
Posted on: Feb 19th, 2019 at 7:23pm
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hey please send me all the questions Smiley Smiley Smiley Smiley
Posted by: Deidre Daniels
Posted on: Feb 16th, 2019 at 11:23am
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Any interpretation?
Posted by: KO
Posted on: Nov 23rd, 2018 at 3:49pm
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The test is designed to help mental health professionals tailor treatment using the patientís strengths and weaknesses found in the results and also to clarify diagnoses. Iím glad itís used to keep mentally unfit people out of law enforcement. The fewer untrustworthy,narcissistic, antisocial people we get off the force the safer the rest of us will be. I believe those people are few and far between and the majority of LEOs are wonderful people. People who would cheat have no place on th force. I think it should given to recruits before they start boot camp.
Posted by: Kimberly Britton
Posted on: Oct 25th, 2018 at 1:38am
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Hi. Are you able to email the remaining questions for the Mmpi along with score interpretation to