Objective: To investigate the relationships between different levels of the MMPI-II F scale T-Scores (< 64, 65-79, 80 <) and both the TOMM and SIRS-2 in a mixed clinical sample of individuals seeking a neuropsychological evaluation. Method: A total of 117 individuals 56 male, 61 female with a mean age of 32.74 (SD = 12.45) were included that administered the MMPI-II, TOMM, and SIRS-2 as part of a comprehensive neuropsychological battery. Results: Multiple ANOVA's were conducted at p < .01 to compare MMPI-II F scale groups to performance on the TOMM and SIRS-2. Significant differences were observed between these groups on TOMM trial three and te following SIRS-2 variables: RS, BL, MT, SU, SEL, SEV, RO, DS, SS, and INC. Conclusion: The results suggest that individuals who exaggerate or fake symptoms on the MMPI-II may show decreased scores on trial 3 of the TOMM, as well as elevations on most...

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