First Williams Carolyn L. and Stephen J. Lally. "MMPI-2 MMPI-2-RF and MMPI-A Administrations (2007–2014): Any Evidence of a “New Standard?”." (2016). This article by Carolyn Williams-a professor and researcher at Minnesota University and Stephen Lally-professor at the American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University Washington DC was first posted on Jun 9 2016. It gives an informed comparison between MMPI-2 MMPI-2-RF and MMPI- A administrations and information contained in royalty statements to determine if MMPI-2-RF shows any evidence of a “New Standard” as the publisher claimed. The article highlights on the features of MMPI-2-RF such as the restructured clinical scale. The article considers both sides of the story when it gives evidence of both criticism and defense on the methodology used to make the MMPI-2-RF and its Restructured Germany and Thomas of University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland examined whether situational judgment tests used for predicting job performance can be applied to assess personality. The article clearly explains how research and exploration was used to establish a foundation for the aims of the article. The current research had wondered if situational judgment Tests (SJTs) may be used as an alternative technique for personality assessment. The researchers combined SJTs methods with principles of personality psychology according to which situations vary in their relevance to any given trait and that trait differences and created a new SJT following these format. After investigating its construct validity in relation to corresponding self-report measures of personality it was actually found that Situational Judgment Tests can be used to assess personality. [...]
In preparation for your final paper it will be important that you to locate a number of journal articles which focus on the testing instrument you select to research. For this annotated bibliography you will need to locate at least 5 relevant journal articles from Keiser Online Library. This research may NOT be from websites found through Google. In the live session from week 1, I demonstrated exactly how to find these articles in the Keiser Online Library. You may go back and watch the recording of this live session under the Keiser Live Menu Option. These will be the exact same references that you will use for your final paper due at the end of week 3. Each reference MUST be on the approved test that you picked: 16PF, NEO-PI, MMPI, WAIS or WISC.