Validated, relevant, and reliable, the MCMI-III assessment provides support for the opinions of psychologists and other mental health professionals in clinical, counselling, medical, forensic, and other settings.
- Assess the interaction of Axis I and Axis II disorders based on the DSM-IV classification system.
- Identify the deeper and pervasive personality characteristics underlying a patient’s overt symptoms.
- Gain an integrated understanding of the relationship between personality characteristics and clinical syndromes to facilitate treatment decisions.
- Obtain the maximum amount of information with a minimal amount of patient effort.
MCMI-III is ideal for use with individuals being evaluated for emotional, behavioural, or interpersonal difficulties.
- 14 personality disorder scales that correlate with DSM-IV.
- New inconsistency scale to detect random responding.
- Grossman Facet Scales identify personality processes that underlie overall scale elevations on the Personality Patterns scales.
- Updated norms are based on a nationally representative sample that included 752 males and females with a wide variety of diagnoses, including patients seen in independent practices, clinics, mental health centres, forensic settings, residential facilities and hospitals.
- The Corrections Report builds on the clinical norms and has norms based on 1,676 male and female inmates.