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Invalid results suggests that the person taking the test gave inconsistent answers or appears to be answering questions dishonestly to either hide their shortcomings or appear worse off than they really are.
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MMPI: The benefits of the mmpi compared to other personality inventories is that it has lie and fake scale. This can help to determine if the patient is faking or manipulating in their stance towards the testing. In addition, the mmpi is validated with 100's of thousands of patients worldwide. Certain profile scores can help detect challenging personality types like borderline, i.e., "gull wing" scatter. ...Read more
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What are the difference bewtween the mcmi-iii and the mmpi psychological tests? Can you tell me what is the difference between the mcmi-iii and the mmpi test and which one is the best one for a psychological evaluation for custody? I heard they don't use
The mcmi-iii is the millon clinical multiaxial inventory (3rd edition). This test helps assess psychological problems such as anxiety, depression, personality disorders and psychosis. Since it was developed for hospitalized mental patients, psychologists need to be very familiar with this test and careful about how to interpret the scores on the regular population.
The mmpi is the minnesota multiphasic personality inventory. This test also assesses psychological and personality disorders like the one above, but has been developed for and is more commonly used in the general population. This is the third most-used test in the field of psychology behind iq and achievement tests. ...Read more
Do the results of the mcmi and mmpi tests get mailed to the social security disability benefits office? I accidentally put down not paranoid bc coping
Psych Test Results: The results of any such devices should be interpreted by a psychologist and reviewed with you before being provided to any outside party. Results should always take into account the whole picture of your situation and one answer here or there should not make a difference in the overall results, but recommend you approach the test giver and make sure to get feedback on your results. Good luck! ...Read more
Can they take away your disability payments if you score well on the wram mcmi mmpi & other iq and psychological tests? I have paranoid schizophrenia
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A low FOD MAP diet produces less colonic gas and less fluid in bowel motion and scientific studies have shown For map diet to relieve symptoms of Irritable bowel syndrome. List of food which are low if For Map can be found on this website.
http://www.healthyfood.co.nz/articles/2011/november/food-fodmaps-and-ibs-what-to-eat-and-what-to-avoid#h2-14 ...Read more
Same as stroke: Any sign of stroke is am emergency. The signs of stroke can be remembered by the acronym fast. F-facial droop; an- arm drift when extended directly forward; s — speech that is abnormal or slurred; t- time is of the essence so of you see the signs above call 911 immediately. A mini-stroke (or tia) has the same symptoms but they resolve. No one should stay home to figure this out, get help asap. ...Read more
MDPV: Methylenedioxypyrovalerone (MDPV) has a # of risks: "Acute: Increased heart rate, hypertension, hyperthermia, dehydration, accidental injury, seizures, cardiac arrest, stroke, coma, fatal overdose. Chronic: addiction, tolerance, withdrawal, depression, infertility, heart damage. Insufflation: nasal septum damage. Inhalation (smoking): lung damage." See: ...Read more
Mosquito Bites: When the mosquito bite, it injects some saliva to prevent blood clotting while it feeds. The bump you get after is swollen or itchy, and is a reaction to the injected proteins. This reaction is "allergic" like. The more you are exposed to the mosquito proteins, the more likely for some to have larger, more swollen, and more itchy bumps. These have more allergic component. No bump, no allergy. ...Read more
Unknown: I assume you are asking regarding the risk of infection one may incur. Don't assume "high end" means decreased risk of infection. Ask the owner/manager how they clean the instruments, see if your state regulates these and check their license, and ask others who have gone to that salon. Do not shave legs 1-2 days before going for a pedicure; this has been shown to increase chances of infection. ...Read more
This is a bug similar to tuberculosis. It makes me want to know more about your health and your medical history. I would be very curious about any immune dysfunction.
You will be on at least one if not two medications for a length of time that your infectious disease specialist will determine. ...Read more
Seems they are particularly good for you — even more than some other mushrooms. Especially for a strong immune system they are considered very beneficial. Read: http://www.Whfoods. Com/genpage. Php? Tname=foodspice;dbid=97
no risks that I know of except possibly in the dirt or packaging.
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No "better": Both are great for mental health. Everyone is different however so find what works best for you. ...Read more
Steristrips: These are designed to come off on their own. By now you should be havug regular showers and the steris should fall off on their own. I would caution against you taking them off. ...Read more
What combination pil: What combination pills you have question about. Call and discuss with the prescribing doctor when you need to take your pills ...Read more
I workout 5 nights a week. I usually do 50 min of cardio per night, along with other exercises. But sometimes i only have time to do 30 min.is this ok?
30 to 50 minutes: Of any exercise is great as long as you are healthy enough to do it. In fact, some folks purposely take a lighter day every few days or weekly to give the body a break. Peace and good health. ...Read more
I only see my 9mo baby at night and on weekends because of my studies. He cries when sitter isn't around and he doesn't like me. I don't know what to do?
Stranger anxiety: This happens to almost every person who is not the primary caretaker toward the end of the first year. This is the height of stranger anxiety between now and 15 months. The child always wants that primary person. It happens even if you are not gone that much to most families. End of first year baby wants only that primary caretaker for several months, then will expand their affections to the rest. ...Read more
Prevention: Mumps virus is reasonably preventabe by receiving the proper doses of vaccine. This vaccine has decades of proven safety and efficacy. Keep in mind, it may be neccessary to boost your immune response with a booster dose in teens or adulthood. Mumps virus has no good medical therapy other than treating the symptoms. ...Read more
Mini stroke = TIA: A mini stroke, or TIA, is a stroke — a stroke with symptoms lasting less than 24 hours. This could be weakness of an arm or leg, numbness of the face, arm and leg, double vision, etc. A mini stroke or TIA cannot be determined by testing, it is a clinical diagnosis. The cause of a TIA is the same as for a regular stroke. Blood pressure and smoking are important risk factors. ...Read more