Inventory of Interpersonal Problems



Includes details on reliability, validity, scoring, etc. and a review-only copy of the IIP form. PDFs are not refundable.

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Inventory of Interpersonal Problems

by Leonard M. Horowitz, Lynn E. Alden, Jerry S. Wiggins, and Aaron L. Pincus
Copyright © 2000 by Leonard M. Horowitz, Lynn E. Alden, Jerry S. Wiggins, & Aaron L. Pincus

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Administration and Scoring
Development of the Instrument
Standardization and Norming
Reliability and Validity
Scale Score Interpretation and Clinical Applications of the IIP

Page Count: 124

Alden, Lynn E.

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.

Horowitz, Leonard M.

Leonard M. Horowitz, Ph.D., was Professor Emeritus at Stanford University (Stanford, CA). His research focused on interpersonal processes related to personality and psychopathology.

Pincus, Aaron L.

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.

Wiggins, Jerry S.

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.