The equivalency of computerized and conventional MMPI administration: A critical review☆☆☆
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AbstractResearch that has examined computer versus conventional administration of the MMPI is evaluated in light of the criteria necessary to establish that two test formats are parallel. It is concluded that studies have not adequately demonstrated that computer administration meets these criteria, and it is premature to assume that the two formats yield equivalent scores. Methodological problems in past research and directions for future research are discussed.

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