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Richard Christie (1918-1992) was an American social psychologist.
In 1970 Richard Christie and Florence L. Geis developed a test for measuring a person's level of Machiavellianism. This eventually became the MACH-IV test, a twenty-statement personality measure that is now the standard self-assessment tool of Machiavellianism.