1st Edition

Advances in Personality Assessment Volume 5

    First published in 1985. This is Volume five of Advances in Personality Assessment. The richness and diversity of the field of personality assessment is reflected in the contents of this volume. In keeping with the general goals of the Series, individual chapters report authoritative reviews and advances in theory and research in a number of areas. These include applications of personality assessment to significant social problems, methodological studies, and reports of recent investigations using traditional objective and projective personality measures and newly developed assessment instruments. The volume begins with a comprehensive review of the assessment of alco holism and drug abuse with the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory.

    Chapter 1 Assessing Alcoholism and Drug Abuse with the MMPI, Edwin I. Megargee; Chapter 2 Chronic Maternal Stress and Its Assessment, Norma Deitch Feshbach; Chapter 3 Recent Advances in Anger Assessment, Mary Kay Biaggio, Roland D. Maiuro; Chapter 4 Impulsiveness Defined Within a Systems Model of Personality, Ernest S. Barratt; Chapter 5 The Assessment of Trait–State Anxiety and Musical Performance, Donald L. Hamann; Chapter 6 Behn-Rorschach Measures of Psychologists, Psychiatrists and Social Workers Accepted for Training in Psychoanalytic Therapy, Theodora M. Abel, Samuel Roll, Vega A. Lalire; Chapter 7 The Temporal Stability of Acts, Trends, and Patterns, David M. Buss;


    Edited by Charles D. Spielberger University of South Florida and James N. Butcher University of Minnesota.