William Grant Dahlstrom

Psychology University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN 
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Donald Baucom grad student UNC Chapel Hill
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John R. Graham grad student 1965 (PsychTree)
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Siegler IC, Costa PT, Brummett BH, et al. (2003) Patterns of change in hostility from college to midlife in the UNC Alumni Heart Study predict high-risk status. Psychosomatic Medicine. 65: 738-45
Dahlstrom WG, Archer RP. (2000) A shortened version of the MMPI-2 Assessment. 7: 131-137
Childs RA, Dahlstrom WG, Kemp SM, et al. (2000) Item response theory in personality assessment: a demonstration using the MMPI-2 depression scale. Assessment. 7: 37-54
Siegler HC, Blumenthal JA, Barefoot JC, et al. (1997) Personality factors differentially predict exercise behavior in men and women. Women's Health (Hillsdale, N.J.). 3: 61-70
Dahlstrom WG, Humphrey DH. (1996) Comparability of MMPI and MMPI-2 profile patterns: Ben-Porath and Tellegen's inappropriate invocation of Mahalanobis's D2 function. Journal of Personality Assessment. 66: 350-4
Humphrey DH, Dahlstrom WG. (1995) The impact of changing from the MMPI to the MMPI-2 on profile configurations. Journal of Personality Assessment. 64: 428-39
Goldman VJ, Cooke A, Dahlstrom WG. (1995) Black-white differences among college students: A comparison of mmpi and mmpi-2 norms Assessment. 2: 293-299
Rothke SE, Friedman AF, Dahlstrom WG, et al. (1994) MMPI-2 normative data for the F-K index: Implications for clinical neuropsychological, and forensic practice Assessment. 1: 1-15
Barefoot JC, Peterson BL, Dahlstrom WG, et al. (1991) Hostility patterns and health implications: correlates of Cook-Medley Hostility Scale scores in a national survey Health Psychology. 10: 18-24
Barefoot JC, Dodge KA, Peterson BL, et al. (1989) The Cook-Medley hostility scale: Item content and ability to predict survival Psychosomatic Medicine. 51: 46-57
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