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Monroe, J.M. Fowler, J.C. Diener, M.J. Sexton, J.E. Hilsenroth, M.J. (2013). Criterion Validity of the Rorschach Mutuality of Autonomy (MOA) Scale: A Meta-Analytic Review. Psychoanal. Psychol., 30(4):535-566.
  

(2013). Psychoanalytic Psychology, 30(4):535-566

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Criterion Validity of the Rorschach Mutuality of Autonomy (MOA) Scale: A Meta-Analytic Review

Joel M. Monroe, M.A., J. Christopher Fowler, Ph.D., Marc J. Diener, Ph.D., James E. Sexton, Ph.D., Ph.D. and Mark J. Hilsenroth, Ph.D., ABAP

The present study consisted of a meta-analytic review of the criterion validity of the Rorschach Mutuality of Autonomy (Urist, 1977) scale. Search procedures yielded 27 independent samples (total N = 1,803, average n = 67, SD = 31) for inclusion in the meta-analysis. Results support the criterion validity of the Mutuality of Autonomy with an average overall weighted effect size of r = .24, p < .001 (95% confidence interval = .18, .29). Publication bias analyses indicate the possibility for bias and demonstrate that the likely impact of any such bias would bring the average overall weighted effect size down to r = .18, p < .001 (95% confidence interval for adjusted effect size = .11, .24). The data

were not demonstrably heterogeneous (Q = 37.67, df = 26, p = .07), and all between-study moderator analyses were nonsignificant (ps > .19) with the exception of the specific type of criterion variable. Implications for future research and clinical practice are discussed.

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