L 619 W 113 Na

98 AA 1115 W 157 A 50 NA

African Americans obtained higher Pa scale scores than Whites. The most frequently occurring codetype for homeless African Americans was "6-8/8-6" (17%).

No differences were found between African Americans and Whites.

African American males obtained higher scores on the L scale and females on the Ma scale.

African American females obtained higher scores on the Pd, Mf, and Ma scales, whereas males obtained a higher score on the Sc scale.

Mexican American sex offenders obtained higher scores than Whites on the L, D, and Si scales, and African Americans obtained higher scores than Whites on the Pt and Sc scales.

Latinos were found to obtain higher scores on the FRS scale. African Americans obtained higher scores on the CYN and ASP scales, and Whites obtained higher scores on the Pd scale.

No differences were found between the three groups on the MMPI-2.

No differences were found between the three ethnic groups. All had drug or alcohol problems.

Elevations on the MAC-R alcohol scale differentiated DWI offenders at risk for recidivism across all three ethnic groups.

Latinos obtained higher scores on the L scale than Whites or African Americans. Latinos and African Americans obtained higher scores than Whites on the Sc scale.

Asians obtained higher scores on the F, Hs, D, Pa, Pt, Sc, Ma, and Si compared to Whites and African Americans.

No differences were found between the three groups on the MAC-R scale.

TABLE II (continued)

Author(s)

Participants"

Key findings'

Multiple group comparisons (continued)

Schinka et al. (1998)

Steinman (1993)

Wexler (1996)

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