FACTOR ANALYSIS AND ROTATION OF THE 566 MMPI ITEMS
Because of the still imperfectly understood basic factor structure of the MMPI, a Principal Components Analysis and Varimax Rotation was conducted on the MMPI item responses of 50 female undergraduate students of Education at Massey University. Eight factors were extracted which were named: Neuroticism, Anti-social behavior, Fundamentalist religiosity, Subjectivity, Introversion, Paranoic tendency, Depression and Physical symptoms. The possibly different factor structure for males and females needs explication in further work.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1974-01-01
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