A self-report measure that’s brief, easy to use, and well normed.
Now there’s a new option for evaluating OCD, a brief, easy-to-administer, self-report inventory that offers both detailed and summary scores, all referenced to a large, representative norm sample. The new Children’s Measure of Obsessive-Compulsive Symptoms (CMOCS) assesses and quantifies the subjective experience of children and teens who have obsessions and/or compulsions at either a clinical or subclinical level.
The CMOCS is composed of 56 items covering six Problem Areas:
- Fear of Contamination
- Intrusive Thoughts
- Fear of Mistakes and Harm
These scales address obsessions and compulsions and their impact on daily functioning. In addition, two validity scales alert you to inconsistent responding or defensiveness on the examinee’s part. Norms: Based on a US nationally representative sample of 1,644 children and adolescents.