New Paper: MMPI-2-RF and Service Era differences

A new paper was just accepted in the Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings which examines how era of military service influences scores on the MMPI-2-RF for veterans. We used a national sample of assessments conducted in PTSD Clinical Team (PCT) settings around the country and, after controlling for gender because of different rates in service, contrasted the means and clinical elevation rates for with Vietnam and Gulf War service histories. In contrast to the MMPI-2 which demonstrated that these service experiences resulted in distinctive symptom presentations, the MMPI-2-RF provides a more generalizable and consistent interpretive basis with largely negligible differences.

Click here to access a pre-print version of the paper.

Published by Dr. Ingram's Psychology Research Lab

I'm an assistant professor of counseling psychology at Texas Tech University and an active researcher of psychological assessment, veterans, and treatment engagement. I am also in private practice here in Lubbock Texas.

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