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An inconsistency scale for the child abuse potential inventory.

An inconsistency scale for the child abuse potential inventory. <jats:p> Three studies describe the development and initial validation of an inconsistency scale for the Child Abuse Potential Inventory. Study 1 ( N = 100) describes the construction of an inconsistency scale and provides preliminary norm values. Study 2 ( N = 133) provides replication of the results reported in Study 1, while Study 3 ( N = 32) provides data on construct validity indicating the inconsistency scale can discriminate between individuals instructed to respond honestly and those instructed to respond in an inconsistent, incongruous manner. </jats:p> http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Psychological reports Pubmed

An inconsistency scale for the child abuse potential inventory.

Psychological reports , Volume 60 (3 Pt 1): 5 – Aug 31, 1987

An inconsistency scale for the child abuse potential inventory.


Abstract

<jats:p> Three studies describe the development and initial validation of an inconsistency scale for the Child Abuse Potential Inventory. Study 1 ( N = 100) describes the construction of an inconsistency scale and provides preliminary norm values. Study 2 ( N = 133) provides replication of the results reported in Study 1, while Study 3 ( N = 32) provides data on construct validity indicating the inconsistency scale can discriminate between individuals instructed to respond honestly and those instructed to respond in an inconsistent, incongruous manner. </jats:p>

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ISSN
0033-2941
DOI
10.2466/pr0.1987.60.3.699
pmid
3615715

Abstract

<jats:p> Three studies describe the development and initial validation of an inconsistency scale for the Child Abuse Potential Inventory. Study 1 ( N = 100) describes the construction of an inconsistency scale and provides preliminary norm values. Study 2 ( N = 133) provides replication of the results reported in Study 1, while Study 3 ( N = 32) provides data on construct validity indicating the inconsistency scale can discriminate between individuals instructed to respond honestly and those instructed to respond in an inconsistent, incongruous manner. </jats:p>

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Psychological reportsPubmed

Published: Aug 31, 1987

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