Minnesota multiphasic personality inventory


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Minnesota multiphasic personality inventory

[‚min·ə′sōd·ə ¦məl·tə¦fāz·ik ‚pər·sə′nal·əd·ē ‚in·vən‚tȯr·ē]
(psychology)
An empirical scale of an individual's personality based mainly on the person's yes-or-no responses to a questionnaire of 550 items; included are special validating scales which measure the individual's test-taking attitude and degree of frankness. Abbreviated MMPI. Also known as multiphasic personality inventory (MPI).
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This traditional resistance crumbled after the Second Vatican Council (1962-65), when psychological tools such as Rorschach tests and `the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory became standard fare in admissions processes for diocesan seminaries and religious communities.
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