More Military Neuro Work: Examining the Memory Complaints Inventory (MCI)

This was another awesome project to do with the fantastic Dr. Pat Armistead-Jehle. One of the major shortcomings of the Green’s MCI is its lack of of work with other SVTs, despite the limited work to date cross validating the MCI with those measures (Armistead-Jehle & Shura, 2022). This study was intended to expanded that limited research, using the recently validated CBS scale from the PAI as the criterion (related, to see Shura et al, 2022 which I recently helped published). You can download a pdf copy of the article HERE.

Short version of findings from this new work is that the MCI has good evidence of classification accuracy using recommended cut-scores. We only used one SVT criterion and similar measures on other broadband measures (e.g., MMPI-3’s RBS scale) are needed to further this line of work. Below are the classification and effect metrics across each of the MCI scales.

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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