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MINNESOTA MULTIPHASIC PERSONALITY INVENTORY PATTERNS BEFORE AND AFTER INSULIN SHOCK THERAPY A Preliminary Report
WILLIAM M. HALES; WERNER SIMON
Am J Psychiatry 1948;105:254-258.
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Veterans Administration Hospital, St. Cloud, Minnesota

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1. Twenty patients diagnosed schizophrenia have been tested with the MMPI immediately before and after insulin shock therapy.2. Clinical improvement is clearly reflected in the profiles of patients responding to treatment.3. Group profiles of improved and unimproved patients have been compared and reveal significant differences in directional trends of the scores in the psychotic components of the test.4. Individual components of the profiles are discussed.

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insulin coma ; mmpi
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