The book is a comprehensive overview of the MMPI-2 and its interpretation. In a single source, the book provides an introduction to basic issues in the development and administration of the MMPI as well as a step-by-step procedure for interpreting the test. Additionally, the author discusses the use of the MMPI-2 with special groups and reviews the use and interpretation of critical items, special scales, and short forms. Summaries of empirical research are included in each chapter to illustrate the bases for interpretations. Written by a nationally-recognized authority in the field of assessment who has no vested interest in the MMPI-2 or MMPI-2-RF
Roger L. Greene is a Professor and Associate Director of Clinical Training at Pacific Graduate School of Psychology, Palo Alto University in Palo Alto CA. Dr. Greene has worked in a variety of clinical settings and with different types of patients in his clinical career. He has written a number of texts and articles on the use of the MMPI-2 both clinically and forensically. His books on the MMPI and MMPI-2 have been among the standard references for three decades. Dr. Greene recently received the Bruno Klopfer award from the Society of Personality Assessment for outstanding, long-term professional contribution to the field of personality assessment.