PMID: 2350302Jan 1, 1990

Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory in tinnitus disorders

Audiology : Official Organ of the International Society of Audiology
L ColletA Morgon

Abstract

The relation between Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI) and tinnitus was examined in 100 subjects with tinnitus disorders. The overall profile of tinnitus sufferers on the MMPI was normal. Higher scores on the depression scale were obtained in males. High hypochondria scores were related to long duration of tinnitus. High psychoasthenia scores were associated with hearing loss. Despite an analogy previously described between chronic pain and tinnitus, the psychometric parameters of tinnitus and of headaches are quite different.

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