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Millon® Clinical Multiaxial Inventory-IV (MCMI®-IV) - Video FAQs

Watch video responses from co-author Seth Grossman, PsyD to common questions about the MCMI-IV.

Seth Grossman

Enhancements and New Features

How is the MCMI-IV different from the MCMI-III?

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What new features have been added to the MCMI-IV?

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What does the new Turbulent scale measure?

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What advantages does Dr. Millon’s theory lend the MCMI-IV?

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Key Benefits

Why is it worth it for me to invest in the MCMI-IV?

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How will my patients benefit from taking the MCMI-IV?

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How does the MCMI-IV help me save time?

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Background and Resources

What does it mean that the MCMI-IV is based on a “clinical only” population?

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What do the Facet Scales add to the clinical interpretation?

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Does the MCMI-IV do anything other than label personality disorders?

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Do multiple scale elevations on the MCMI-IV automatically result in many diagnoses?

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How can I get training on the MCMI-IV?

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Key Information

Description

Assessment of DSM-5®-related personality disorders and clinical syndromes.

Author(s)

Dr Theodore Millon

Seth Grossman

Carrie Millon

Publication Year

2015

Age Range

18 years and older

Administration

25 to 30 minutes

Qualification Code

CL1


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