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Volume 53 Issue 1 (March 1980), Pages i-i, 1-94

The factorial reliability of the Middlesex Hospital Questionnaire in normal subjects (pages 53-58)

The internal reliability of the Middlesex Hospital Questionnaire and its component subscales has been checked by means of principal components analyses of data on 256 normal subjects. The subscales (with the possible exception of Hysteria) were found to contribute to the general underlying factor of psychoneurosis. In general, the principal components analysis points to the reliability of the subscales, despite some item overlap.

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