Research Validity Scales for the NEO-PI-R: Additional Evidence for Reliability and Validity
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We examined the reliability and validity of the research validity scales (Schinka, Kinder, & Kremer, 1997) for the NEO-Personality Inventory-Revised (NEO-PI-R) in a clinical sample. The Negative Presentation Management (NPM) and Positive Presentation Management (PPM) scales were found to have satisfactory internal consistency reliability. Support for the validity of these scales was provided by the pattern of convergent and discriminant correlations with respective Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI) validity scales. Finally, PAI profiles of individuals with invalid NPM scores were found to differ significantly from those with valid NPM scores. Comparisons of the invalid profiles with profiles from other clinical samples provided additional support for the use of the NPM scale as a measure of negative impression management.
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Journal of Personality Assessment, v. 76, issue 3, p. 412-420
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Young, M. Scott and Schinka, John A., "Research Validity Scales for the NEO-PI-R: Additional Evidence for Reliability and Validity" (2001). Mental Health Law & Policy Faculty Publications. 886.