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PSYCHOLOGICAL REPORT

I. IDENTIFYING INFORMATION
NAME: SC
AGE: 24
GENDER: Male
CIVIL STATUS: Single
EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT: 4th year College Student
ADDRESS: Pampanga
NATIONALITY: Filipino
RELIGION: Roman Catholic
OCCUPATION: Student
DATE OF EVALUATION:

II. REASON FOR REFERRAL


SC is a 24-year-old adolescent, who was referred for psychological evaluation to
determine his current cognitive and personality status.

III. CASE BACKGROUND


According to his grandmother. In developmental history, when he was toddler he have
fear of separation. With SC he didn't have any complication of pregnancy, and his general health
was good. His overall medical history is good, with no surgeries or noteworthy illnesses. As
regard the family situation, SC had difficulties relations with his parents. His parents are both
separated when he was toddler. SC's is living with his grandmother. Since his parents are
separated his grandmother raise her up. His grandmother didn't have difficulties in rearing SC
when he was toddler. In his academic performance, SC was consistent receiving academic
awards and he was exposed to inter competitions when he was in elementary and high school.
During his college he studied in private university unfortunately he was stop due to financial
difficulties, and he decided to transfer in state university to continue his study, taking Psychology
major. SC's grandmother indicated that SC has high motivation for school achievement.

IV. BEHAVIORAL OBSERVATION


SC is an attractive young man. He presented for evaluation wearing appropriate casual
psychology uniform. SC's activity level during his test administration was normal. He
demonstrated good posture, appeared to be in good health. SC was of average height and
weight, he is right-handed, he spoke with normal volume, rate of speech, and voice tone. There
were no signs of loosening of associations or unusual mannerisms. He appeared consistent
with the topic of discussion, his attention span was excellent and he has a pleasant and friendly
mood. He answered the questions spontaneously and elaborated when appropriate. While he
appeared to be very motivated during the testing and appeared to give full effort on all tests.

V. TEST ADMINISTERED
Beck Depression Inventory (BDI-II)
Beck Anxiety Inventory (BAI)
Big Five Inventory (BFI)
Trauma Symptom Checklist
Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI)
Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2 (MMPI-2)

VI. TEST RESULTS

BECK DEPRESSION INVENTORY (BDI-II)

Total Score Levels of Depression

7 These ups and downs are considered normal

BECK ANXIETY INVENTORY (BAI)

Total Score Levels of Anxiety

3 Minimal level of anxiety

TRAUMA SYMPTOM CHECKLIST


Dissociation Total Score= 2 Low Score
2x6= 12
12/2= 6
Low Score= 1-6√
High Score= 6-12
Anxiety Total Score= 2 Low Score
2x9= 18
18/2= 9
Low Score= 1-9
High Score= 9-18

Depression Total Score= 2 Low Score


2x9= 18
18/2= 9
Low Score= 1-9√
High Score= 9-18

SATI (Sexual Abuse Trauma Total Score= 2 Low Score


Index) 2x7= 14
14/2= 7
Low Score= 1-7√
High Score= 7-14

Sleep Disturbance Total Score= 2 Low Score


2x6= 12
12/2= 6
Low Score= 1-6√
High Score= 6--12

Sexual Problems Total Score= 0 Low Score

BIG FIVE INVENTORY (BFI)


Extraversion Total Score= 27 High Score The respondent tend to
8x4= 32 feel comfortable in
32/2= 16 expressing emotions
Low Score= 1-16 appropriately and also
High Score= 16-32√ being sociable.

Agreeableness Total Score= 37 High Score The respondents prefers


9x5= 45 comfortable with being
45/2= 22.5 kind and friendly to others
Low Score= 1-22.5 and also being helpful and
High Score= 22.5-45√ cooperative to others.

Conscientiousness Total Score= 33 High Score The respondent prefers to


9x5= 45 be organized with
45/2= 22.5 behaviors that are goal-
Low Score= 1-22.5 oriented and seen by
High Score= 22.5-45√ others as being thoughtful,
detail-oriented, and with
good impulse control.

Neuroticism Total Score= 15 High Score The respondent tend to be


8x3= 24 an anxious, and nervous.
24/2= 12 They may be seen as
Low Score= 1-12 suffering from depression,
High Score= 12-24√ or experience mood
swings.

Openness Total Score= 35 High Score The respondent prefers


10x5= 50 being intellectual, creative,
50/2= 25 or artistic and also
Low Score= 1-25 typically has a broad rand
High Score= 25-50√ of interests and may enjoy
learning about other
cultures, and trying out
new experiences.

MINNESOTA MULTIPHASIC PERSONALITY INVENTORY-2 (MMPI-2)

Profile for Externalizing, Interpersonal, and Interest Scale

Factors Raw Score T-Score Range

Juvenile Conduct Problems 1 50 Within normal range


Factors Raw Score T-Score Range

(JCP)

Subtance Abuse (SUB) 0 41 Within normal range

Aggresion (AGG) 1 45 Within normal range

Activation (ACT) 4 58 Within normal range

Family Problems (FML) 5 53 Within normal range

Interpersonal Passivity (IPP) 3 47 Within normal range

Social Avoidance (SAV) 2 47 Within normal range

Shyness (SHY) 2 47 Within normal range

Disaffiliativeness (DSF) 0 44 Within normal range

Aesthetic-Literary Interests 2 45 Within normal range


(AES)

Mechanical-Physical 5 60 Within normal range


Interests (MEC)

Profile for PSY-5 Scales

Factors Raw Score T-Score Range

Aggresiveness-Revised 9 50 Within normal range


(AGGR-r)

Psychotism-Revised (PSYC-r) 3 56 Within normal range

Disconstraint-Revised (DISC- 8 54 Within normal range


r)

NegativeEmotionality/ 7 51 Within normal range


Neurotism-Revised (NEGE-r)

Introvertion/LowPostive 6 49 Within normal range


Emotionality-Revised (INTR-r)

Profile for Higher-Order (H-O) and Restructed Clinical (RC) Scales

Factors Raw Score T-Score Range

Emotional/Internalizing 4 41 Within normal range


Dysfunction (EID)

Thought Dysfunction (THD) 3 57 Within normal range


Factors Raw Score T-Score Range

Behavioral/Externalizing 6 50 Within normal range


Dysfunction (BXD)

Demoralization (RCd) 4 51 Within normal range

Somatic Complaints (RC1) 6 59 Within normal range

Low Positive Emotions (RC2) 1 36 Within normal range

Cynicism (RC3) 8 55 Within normal range

Antisocial Behavior (RC4) 3 46 Within normal range

Ideas and Persecution (RC6) 1 56 Within normal range

Dysfunctional Negative 6 50 Within normal range


Emotions (RC7)

Aberrant Experience (RC8) 4 59 Within normal range

Hypomanic Activation (RC9) 12 50 Within normal range

Profile for Somatic/Cognitive and Internalizing Scales

Factors Raw Score T-Score Range

Malaise (MLS) 1 46 Within normal range

Gastrointestinal Complaints (GIC) 0 46 Within normal range

Head Pain Complaints (HPC) 2 59 Within normal range

Neurological Complaints (NUC) 1 53 Within normal range

Cognitive Complaints (COG) 2 54 Within normal range

Suicidal/Death Ideation (SUI) 0 45 Within normal range

Helplessness/Hopelessness (HLP) 0 40 Within normal range

Self-Doubt (SFD) 0 43 Within normal range

Inefficacy (NFC) 4 55 Within normal range

Stress/Worry (STW) 3 52 Within normal range

Anxiety (AXY) 0 44 Within normal range

Anger Proneness (ANP) 1 47 Within normal range

Behavior/Restricting Fears (BRF) 1 57 Within normal range


Factors Raw Score T-Score Range

Multiple Specific Fears (MSF) 0 36 Within normal range

Profile for Validity Scales

Factors Raw Score T-Score Range

Variable Response 2 43 Within normal range


Inconsistency (VRIN-r)

True Response 12 57 Within normal range


Inconsistency (TRIN-2)

Infrequent Responses (F- 2 51 Within normal range


r)

Infrequent 3 68 Within normal range


Psychopathology
Responses (Fp-r)

Infrequent Somatic 2 58 Within normal range


Responses (Fs)

Symptom Validity (FBS-r) 9 54 Within normal range

Response Bias Scale (RBS) 6 54 Within normal range

Uncommon Virtues (L-r) 8 76 Inconsistent Responding

Adjusment Validity (K-r) 8 52 Within normal range

PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT INVENTORY (PAI)

Factors Raw Score T-Score Interpretation

Inconsistency (ICN) 14 76 May suggest that the respondent


did not present a consistently to
the item content.

Infrequency (INF) 3 51 May suggest that the respondent


attended appropriately to the
item content.

Negative Impression 5 62 May suggest that the respondent


did not present a negative
(NIM)
Factors Raw Score T-Score Interpretation
picture for the impression of the
clinician.

Positive Impression 15 50 May suggest that the respondent


did not attempt to present an
(PIM)
unrealistically favorable
impression in completing the
test.

Somatic complaints 9 48 Average; but still may reports few


bodily complaints and can be
(SOM) seen as optimistic, alert, and
effective.

Anxiety (ANX) 31 64 A possible indicative that the


respondent may be is
experiencing some stress,
worried, sensitive and emotional.

Anxiety Related Disorder 28 61 A possible indicative that the


respondent have some fears or
(ARD) specific worries and also has little
self-confidence.

Depression (DEP) 14 50 Average; shows little or no


distress any across many
situations.

Mania (MAN) 33 63 May suggest that the respondent


may be seen as active, outgoing,
ambitious, and self-confident.

Paranoia (PAR) 30 64 A possible indicative that the


respondent is sensitive, tough-
minded, and skeptical.

Schizophrenia (SCZ) 20 59 Average; the respondent reports


to being effective in social
relationships and has no trouble
with attention or concentration
problems.

Borderline Features 30 63 A possible indicative that the


respondent may be seen as
(BOR)
moody, sensitive and having
some uncertainty about major
life issues and goals.

Antisocial Features 16 53 Average; this respondent reports


being considerate and warm in
(ANT) relationship with others.

Alcohol Problems (ALC) 0 42 Average; this respondent may


report moderate or possibly little
or no alcohol use and may not
experience the consequences
Factors Raw Score T-Score Interpretation
from drinking.

Drug Problems (DRG) 3 48 Average; this respondent reports


little or no use or abuse of drugs.

Aggression (ARG) 7 44 Average; this respondent may


report a reasonable control over
the expression of anger and
hostility.

Suicidal Ideation (SUI) 0 45 Average; this respondent may


report a few thoughts or nothing
at all about death or suicide.

Stress (STR) 7 56 A possible indication that the


respondent can still cope up to
different stress event in life.

Nonsupport (NON) 4 48 Average; the respondent report


to have a close relationship to
others.

Treatment Rejection 19 63 May suggest that the respondent


admits to few difficulties and
(RXR) rigidly resists efforts to change
the status quo.

Dominance (DOM) 19 48 Average; this respondent may


report a likely to be able to adapt
to different interpersonal
situation.

Warmth (WRM) 30 65 Moderate; suggest that this


respondent shows positive action
towards others. (eg. Warm,
sympathy, and support)

VII. INTERPRETATION OF TEST RESULTS


According on his result in test administration SC reveal he did not present a consistently
to the test administration. He have a hostility and he uncertain life goals. In Beck Depression
Inventory and Beck Anxiety Inventory test, SC was measured to fall within the normal and
minimal level of anxiety. With regard on his Trauma Symptom Checklist test he showed non
traumatic event in his life.

In Big Five Inventory Test, SC showed that he feel comfortable in expressing expression and
cooperative to others. He also prefers to be goal-oriented and thoughtful. In addition, he used to
be intellectual, creative and trying out new experiences. However, he tends to be anxious and
nervous that may be seen as suffering from depression, or experience mood swings.
In Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory test the overall result of SC is considered to be
normal. Regarding to his results majority fall in the normal range. However, in the Validity Scales
Uncommon Virtues (L-r) he seems inconsistent responding due to traditional unbringing.

Furthermore, his test in Personality Assessment Inventory SC present appropriately to the item
content. He did not present a negative impression and also he did not attempt to present an
unrealistically favorable impression in completing the test. However, SC did not present a
consistently to the item content. SC is experiencing some specific fears or worries surrounding
some situations and he seems to be hostility and also admits to few difficulties and rigidly resists
efforts to change. The self concept of SC appears to be imperfectly established, with consirable
uncertainty about major life issues and goals. The respondent's interpersonal style seems best
characterized being considerate and warm in relationship with others and also shows positive
action towards others. He sees himself as a person with many friends and as one who is
comportable in most social situations and likely to adapt different interpersonal situations.

In considering the social environment of SC with respect to perceived stressors and the
availability of social supports with which to deal with these stressors, his responses indicate that
he is likely to be experiencing a mild degree of stress as a result of difficulties in some major life
area. He reports that he has a number of supportive family that may serve as some buffer
against the effects of this stress. SCt's current level of distress appears to be related to these
situational stressors. However, SC can still cope up to different stress event in life.

VIII. SUMMARY FORMULATION

SC is a 24-year old adolescent who has been living with his grandmother. Since his
parents are separated. He is currently taking psychology major. He reported that he has high
motivation for school achievement. However, he did not present a consistently to the test
administration. In spite of being considerate and warm in relationship with others. SC appears to
be imperfectly established, with consirable uncertainty about major life issues and goals. In
addition, he is experiencing some stress, fears and worries surrounding some situations and he
seems to be hostility .

Prepared by:
Jesus Renz S. Yumul