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73 in their normal sample over 28 days. Rogers et al. 71 for the Spanish version of the PAI, administered over a 2-week interval. The median values for these two studies included all full scales, including validity scales, which might be expected to demonstrate less stability as measures of contextual influences. Because multiple-scale inventories are often interpreted configurally, additional questions should be asked concerning the stability of configurations on the 11 PAI clinical scales. One such analysis involved determining the inverse (or Q-type) correlation between each subject’s profile at Time 20 The Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI) 1 and the profile at Time 2.
How does the clinician evaluate an elevated score on a scale measuring schizophrenia if that scale is also a measure of alienation, indecisiveness, family problems, and depression? At each stage of the development of the PAI, items were selected that had maximal associations with indicators of the pertinent construct and minimal associations with the other constructs measured by the test. By emphasizing the importance of both convergent and discriminant validity in selecting items for inclusion on the PAI, the interpretation of the resulting scales is straightforward because they are relatively pure measures of the constructs in question.
S. (1920). Personal Data Sheet. Chicago: Stoelting. World Health Organization. (1992). ). Geneva, Switzerland: Author. PA RT O N E ADULT ASSESSMENT INSTRUMENTS CHAPTER 2 The Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI) LESLIE C. MOREY AND CHRISTINA D. BOGGS TEST DESCRIPTION 15 THEORETICAL BASIS AND TEST DEVELOPMENT 16 Content Validity 17 Discriminant Validity 18 PSYCHOMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS 18 Normative Data 18 Reliability Data 19 Validity Data 20 RANGE OF APPLICABILITY AND LIMITATIONS 22 CROSS-CULTURAL FACTORS 23 ACCOMMODATION FOR POPULATIONS WITH DISABILITIES 23 LEGAL AND ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS Ethical Considerations Surrounding PAI-SP 24 COMPUTERIZATION 24 CURRENT RESEARCH STATUS 25 Profile Validity 25 Risk Assessment 26 USE IN CLINICAL OR ORGANIZATIONAL PRACTICE 27 FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS 27 REFERENCES 27 TEST DESCRIPTION I think I’m worthless” adds 3 points to his or her raw score on the Depression scale, whereas a client who responds “Slightly True” to the same item adds only 1 point.