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It would not be appropriate for any psychologist to provide you with an interpretation of these scores through a website such as this because the data have to be considered in light of a clinical interview and patient characteristics. An analogy would be for an auto technician to look at just the computer controls and try to determine the overall health of an engine; the controls simply provide one piece of the data in this 'puzzle'.
Also, some of the scores (e.g., brief symptom inventory, MMPI) can take on different meanings depending on the whether particular items that comprise a sub scale were elevated relative to others. For example, on scale 4 of the MMPI, a particular percentile score can be composed of a diverse combination of item that added together, make up that score. So a competent psychologist has access to research "sub scales of sub scales" on some of these tests, to better understand "why" the person scored in say, the 67%ile.
The answer to your question is: Please go back to the psychologist who administered this test battery and ask him/her to interpret these scores for you or allow you to see the write up of the report that used these scores to justify a diagnosis or form a treatment plan, or---whatever the data were used for. This is very important to you because there are different sets of test norms that can be used to discuss a particular patients' test scores e.g., they can be compared to women in large, research nonclinical group, outpatient group, or inpatient group. Therefore, what is perhaps more important here than the test scores per se is the particular frames of reference the psychologist used to compare your test scores against. Your real question should be, How did
this Psychologist interpret this combination of test score data?
I hope this answers your question. Please let me know if I have overlooked anything in providing this response.
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