The Reliability of a Micro-Computer Administration of the MMPI
Journal of Counseling Psychology Volume 42, Number 1,
A computerized version of the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory was developed that incorporated both administration and scoring. This method was compared with the original manual form. The results indicated that the test-retest reliability was high regardless of the method of administration and that similar results were obtained on the computer and on the manual forms. (Author/BL)
Russell, G.K.G. (1986). The Reliability of a Micro-Computer Administration of the MMPI. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 42(1), 120.