Allows you to administer the IIP via a paper and pencil survey. The downloadable PDF file includes one copy of the IIP (all forms), scoring keys, and permission to reproduce/administer the IIP for up to the quantity purchased. The PDF is non-refundable.
Inventory of Interpersonal Problems: IIP-64 and IIP-32 (IIP)
License to Reproduce
Purchase IIP License to Reproduce if you plan to administer the IIP via a paper and pencil survey. You reproduce, administer, and score the IIP yourself.
IIP demographics: Gender
Translations are available free of charge with your IIP License to Reproduce purchase. The PDF file includes the English form(s) and the translated form(s) on separate pages. When ordering, select the language from the Translation drop-down list. Need multiple translations? Contact us. Can't find the translation you need? You may request permission to make a translation by requesting/completing the Translation Application Form.
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Lynn E. Alden, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist and Professor of Psychology at the University of British Columbia (Vancouver, British Columbia). Her research interests include studying the role of cognitive interpersonal processes in anxiety disorders with a focus on Social Anxiety Disorders and Post-traumatic Stress Disorder.
Leonard M. Horowitz, Ph.D., is Professor Emeritus at Stanford University (Stanford, CA). His research focuses on interpersonal processes related to personality and psychopathology.
Aaron L. Pincus, Ph.D., is a clinical and personality psychologist and professor of psychology at The Pennsylvania State University (University Park, PA). His research interests include interpersonal theory and interpersonal circumplex, intraindividual variability and person-situated integration, and personality disorders and pathological narcissism.
Jerry S. Wiggins (1931-2006), Ph.D., was a personality and clinical psychologist known for his psychometrics and personality theory writings, and for developing measures of interpersonal behavior.
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