Children's Measure of Obsessive-Compulsive Symptoms (CMOCS)

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Provides a psychometrically sound measure of obsessions, compulsions, and their impact on daily functioning, anchored in DSM-IV criteria for OCD


Cecil R Reynolds,

Ronald B Livingston

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Age Range:

8 years to 19 years


10 to 15 minutes

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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
  • Rituals
  • Intrusive Thoughts
  • Checking
  • Fear of Mistakes and Harm
  • Picking/Slowing

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.


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Complete kit:

Includes 25 AutoScore Forms and manual
ISBN: 9780749160890
£152.40 inc VAT
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