It has 150 true-false items, constituting eight primary personality scales, eight scales indicative of the adolescent's expressed concerns, and four empirically derived scales
indicative of behavioral correlates of the other scales (Millon et al., 1982).
 The derived scales reflecting knowledge, tolerance toward people with AIDS, and perceived severity of AIDS have shown moderate to good test-retest reliability over three weeks, (r = .51 to r = .83)  and good internal consistency (Cronbach's alpha ranging from .67 to .79).
A one-way ANOVA was performed on each of the derived scales, and, if responses between the grade levels were significantly different (p < .01), the Scheffe multiple comparison test was performed to determine which means were significantly different (p < .05) from each other.
Results from the derived scales are presented in Table 3.