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In the MCMI-III, scores indicating pathological personality traits were obtained (scores between 75 and 85) in the schizoid (1) and depressive (2B) personality profiles, as well as high scores in the negativistic (8A) and avoidant (2A) profiles.
There are 14 personality disorder scales in MCMI-III, which include: 1, schizoid; 2A, avoidant; 2B, depressive; 3, dependent; 4, histrionic; 5, narcissistic; 6A: antisocial; 6B, aggressive (sadistic); 7, compulsive; 8A, passive-aggressive (negativistic); 8B, masochistic and severe personality disorders (Schizotypal); 8C, borderline; and P, paranoid.
(2004), el test de Empatia Cognitiva y Afectiva (TECA) (Lopez-Perez, Fernandez-Pinto & Abad, 2008) asi como el MMPI-2-RF y el MCMI-III (Inventario Clinico Multiaxial de Millon (Millon, Millon, Davis y Grossman, 2006; adaptacion espanola de Cardenal & Sanchez, 2007).
The MCMI-III [17] is a self-report questionnaire consisting of 175 true-false items which assess 14 DSM-IV Axis II personality disorders and 10 DSM-IV Axis I clinical syndromes.
Specifically in relation to the MCMI-III, the instrument was administered to 1079 patients of clinics, psychologists, and psychiatrists, who completed a document evaluating several characteristics of patients' personality disorders.
MCMI-III Grossman personality facets among partner-violent men in prison.
Also, scores were observed that ranged between 60 and 75 on the MCMI-III as clinical detection indicators of possible characteristic personality profiles.
While personality inventories such as the Minessota Multiphasic Inventory (second version) (MMPI-2) (14) and the Inwald Personality Inventory (IPI) (15) have been used to predict which personalities cope better in police forces, there have been no documented cases of the use of a scale that measures psychopathology such as the Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory-III (MCMI-III).
En esta misma direccion, en una investigacion con el MCMI-III se tomaron mediciones pre y pos tratamiento, a partir de las cuales se encontraron que las puntuaciones en las sub-escalas de depresion mayor, trastornos somatomorfos y evitacion, presentaron una reduccion posterior al tratamiento para el dolor (Sander, Bendtsen y Jensen, 2007).