Funny you should ask. Of course, I had paranoid ideas about Yu Ling Han. I have paranoid ideas about everything. Don't you know, I attach a negative meaning to trivial events! See Freedman v. DC Dept. Human Rights, 96-CV-961.
Yu Ling Han, a psychology intern, administered a battery of psychological tests to me in May 1994 at the George Washington University Medical Center Department of Psychiatry (GW).
About a week or so after the testing, I met with Dr. Han in her office at GW to review the test results. During the course of the meeting, Dr. Han had peculiar responses to two questions I posed.
1. I asked her what my ego strength score was on the MMPI (the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory). She said, "the MMPI doesn't have an ego strength scale." I was sure the MMPI did have an ego strength scale. Dr. Han admitted in her test report that I had done research on the testing. I persisted. I said, "Yes. The MMPI includes an ego strength scale." Dr. Han looked through her papers and said, "Yes. I see it. There is an ego strength scale." I said, "How did I score?" She said my score was normal. Dr. Han did not mention my MMPI ego strength score in her written report of the test results. I found Dr. Han's actions and statements in connection with the MMPI ego strength scale to be peculiar.
2. I said to Dr. Han: "Can't you generate a personality profile from the MMPI results?" She said, "I don't know what you mean." I said, "I read that you can generate a personality profile from the MMPI raw data." She said, "I don't know what you mean." I said, "A personality profile is a list of personality characteristics. I read that you can use the MMPI results to generate a personality profile." Dr. Han said she didn't know anything about that.
I found Dr. Han's statements to be objectively peculiar. Anna Anastasi's text on psychological testing includes a sample personality profile generated from the MMPI. I did not find Dr. Han's statement that she was unaware of such a profile to be worthy of credence. Dr. Han should have generated a personality profile from my MMPI raw data. She did not do that. Why?
You can even tell from an MMPI profile whether a person fits the profile of someone who would tend to be a victim of job harassment, an issue particularly pertinent to my case.