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

 

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

Age Range: 18 and older

Reading Level: 5th Grade

Other Languages: Spanish

Completion Time: 25 to 30 minutes (195 true/false items)

Scores/Interpretation: Adult inpatient and outpatient clinical sample

Scoring Options: Q-global® web-based, Q Local™ software, or Mail-in

Report Options: Interpretive and Profile Reports

Publication Date: 2015

 
 
 

Product Details

Anchored in Dr. Theodore Millon's time-honored personality theory, the Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory-IV (MCMI-IV) provides helpful clinical insights into a patient's personality that allow clinicians to make reliable diagnostic and treatment decisions.

Dr. Millon on designing the
MCMI-IV to facilitate the
therapeutic plans of the clinician


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The MCMI-IV offers updated norms that are based on a clinical adult population, a new scale, DSM-5® and ICD-10-CM alignment, updated narrative content and a new and deeper therapeutic focus.  The brevity of the MCMI-IV allows clinicians to maintain an efficient and productive clinical practice.

Users & Applications

Insights provided in the MCMI-IV help to guide clinicians in identifying deeper pervasive clinical issues, so that they are better equipped to make reliable diagnostic and treatment decisions.

The assessment, used in multiple settings including clinical and counseling, medical, government, and forensic, can help:

  • Identify deep, pervasive clinical issues
  • Facilitate treatment decisions
  • Assess disorders based on DSM-5® and ICD-10 classification systems

Features & Benefits

  • Full normative update, more closely representing the current clinical adult population
  • New Turbulent scale, providing deeper understanding of those patients presenting with this unbridled personality type
  • New and updated test items characterizing the evolution of Dr. Millon's personality theory, refreshed to increase clarity and clinical relevance
  • New and improved narrative content that better integrates results with therapeutic practice and links to personalized treatment
  • Updated Grossman Facet Scales
  • Aligns with DSM-5; includes ICD-10 code sets
  • New option to present scale scores using scale abbreviations
  • Brevity, allowing clinicians to maintain an efficient and productive clinical practice
  • 5th Grade reading level
  • Seven new Noteworthy Response categories
  • New digital manual in Q-global Resource Library

Psychometric Information

The extensive normative sample for the MCMI-IV consists of a nationally representative sample of 1,547 males and females with a wide variety of diagnoses. This combined-gender sample includes adult patients seen in a wide array of settings, such as clinics, independent practices, mental health centers, residential facilities, and hospitals.

Turbulent Scale—New!

MCMI-IV Scale 4B: Ebullient–Exuberant–Turbulent Spectrum

The Turbulent scale on the MCMI-IV provides clinicians with a deeper understanding of adult patients experiencing abnormal personality traits, such as a lost sense of reality or unwavering optimism. "Turbulent" refers to the more severe (disorder) end of the personality functioning spectrum.

Dr. Millon conceptualized the Ebullient–Exuberant–Turbulent personality pattern as typically energetic and buoyant in manner and prone to vigorous pursuits of happiness.

The high energy and generally positive attitude of moderated variants of this pattern can show considerable characterologic strengths. Patients with less integrated variations of this pattern may be prone to scatteredness, overstimulation, overanimation, and an inability to maintain balance within their environment which can adversely affect their relationships with others.

Scales

The MCMI®-IV overtly conceptualizes personality patterns on a new continuum, or spectrum, ranging from adaptive to maladaptive levels of functioning. The MCMI-IV personality patterns, or scale spectrums, capture the patient's broad range of personality by way of three levels of personality functioning:

  • Normal Style: Generally adaptive personality patterns
  • Abnormal Traits/Type: Moderately maladaptive personality attributes
  • Clinical Disorder: Likelihood of greater personality dysfunction

For example: The CENarc spectrum
Normal Style: Confident
Abnormal Traits/Style: Egotistic
Clinical Disorder: Narcissistic

15 Personality Disorder Scales

Clinical Personality Patterns
1 Schizoid (AASchd)
2A Avoidant (SRAvoid)
2B Melancholic (DFMelan)
3 Dependent (DADepn)
4A Histrionic (SPHistr)
4B Turbulent (EETurbu)
5 Narcissistic (CENarc)
6A Antisocial (ADAntis)
6B Sadistic (ADSadis)
7 Compulsive (RCComp)
8A Negativistic (DRNegat)
8B Masochistic (AAMasoc)

Severe Personality Pathology
S Schizotypal (ESSchizoph)
C Borderline (UBCycloph)
P Paranoid (MPParaph)

10 Clinical Syndrome Scales

Clinical Syndromes
A Generalized Anxiety (GENanx)
H Somatic Symptom (SOMsym)
N Bipolar Spectrum (BIPspe)
D Persistent Depression (PERdep)
B Alcohol Use (ALCuse)
T Drug Use (DRGuse)
R Post-Traumatic Stress (P-Tstr)

Severe Clinical Syndromes
SS Schizophrenic Spectrum (SCHspe)
CC Major Depression (MAJdep)
PP Delusional (DELdis)

Modifying Indices
X - Disclosure
Y - Desirability
Z – Debasement

Random Response Indicators
V – Invalidity
W – Inconsistency

 

Scoring

Reports

Interpretive Report

This report provides an in-depth analysis of personality and symptom dynamics. Written with a therapeutic focus, the interpretive report provides the clinician with a foundation upon which treatment plans can readily be made and includes action-oriented suggestions for therapeutic management.

This report also provides:

  • Patient's demographic information
  • Graphic presentation of base rate scores for all scales
  • Listing of possible DSM-5 diagnoses and the associated ICD-10 code sets
  • Treatment Guide - provides short-term treatment options based on individual results
  • Brief Report Summary of results - helping clinicians to begin a course of treatment right away

View a sample MCMI-IV Interpretive Report

MCMI-IV Sample Interpretive Report_Male

MCMI-IV Sample Interpretive Report_Female

MCMI-IV Sample Annotated Interpretive Report

Profile report

The Profile Report provides base rate scores for all 28 scales in an easy-to-read graph. This report can help clinicians to quickly identify clients who may require more intensive evaluation.

View a sample MCMI-IV Profile Report

MCMI-IV Sample Profile Report_Male

MCMI-IV Sample Profile Report_Female

Scoring and Reporting Options

Q-global™ Web-based Administration, Scoring, and Reporting – Enables you to quickly assess and efficiently organize examinee information, generate scores, and produce accurate comprehensive reports all via the Web.

Q Local™ Scoring and Reporting Desktop Software - Enables you to score assessments, report results, and store and export data on your computer.

Mail-in Scoring Service - Specially designed answer sheets are mailed to Pearson for processing within 24–48 hours of receipt; results returned via regular mail.

 

Resources

Training

  • FREE Online Introductory Training

    All you need is access to the Internet and the sound enabled on your computer. Please keep in mind that the sessions may take a few minutes to load.

    Brief Training

    This brief online training has been developed to familiarize you with the MCMI-IV. This module lists the new features that were added to the MCMI-IV.  

    MCMI-IV Features Overview

    Comprehensive Independent Study Training

    This independent study training program provides an overview of the Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory-IV (MCMI-IV) and describes the underlying theory as well as administration and interpretation of the inventory. The program consists of an introductory module and four training modules:

    Earn up to 3 CE credits! (Nominal fee applies)

    Each of the comprehensive training modules contain a learning assessment and a course evaluation form in the "Attachments" tab that can be used to obtain CE credit. To apply for CE credits, scan and email the completed documents to CEAdmin@Pearson.com.

     

Upcoming Webinars

  • Therapeutic Applications of the Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory-IV (MCMI-IV)

    Presenter: Seth Grossman, PsyD

    This webinar introduces the latest edition of the Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory, the MCMI-IV. The presenter will describe uses of the underlying theory for therapeutic relationship building and effective interventions. The webinar is designed to instruct participants in effective use of the assessment instrument from administration to interpretation, integrating relevant research, psychometric properties, and theoretical grounding.

    Date: Jul 20, 2017  Time: 03:00 PM EDT  Register Now
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  • Contextual Interpretation of the MCMI-IV: Using a Case Study

    Presenter: Seth Grossman, PsyD

    The Millon® Clinical Multiaxial Inventory-IV (MCMI-IV) was designed to facilitate the therapeutic plans of the clinician. This webinar will use a case study to describe how an understanding of Dr. Theodore Millon’s evolutionary theory enhances interpretation of MCMI-IV profiles and how the data are used to make treatment recommendations. A sample report will be used to illustrate the steps for interpreting the MCMI-IV. By the end of the webinar, participants will be able to analyze MCMI-IV reports to describe a patient’s personality patterns, clinical syndromes, and therapeutic needs.

    Date: Apr 03, 2017  Time: 12:30 PM EDT  Register Now
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  • Overview of the Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory-IV (MCMI-IV)

    Presenter: Seth Grossman, Psy.D.

    This webinar introduces the latest edition of the Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory, the MCMI-IV. The presenter will describe updates to constructs, scales, standardization, and interpretive features. An overview of Dr. Theodore Millon’s Evolutionary Theory will be included, along with its application in the MCMI-IV. Emphasis will be placed on how the MCMI-IV data facilitate the therapeutic plans of the clinician.

    Date: May 17, 2017  Time: 02:00 PM EDT  Register Now
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Pre-recorded Webinars

  • Contextual Interpretation of the MCMI-IV: Using a Case Study

    Presenter: Seth Grossman, PsyD

    The Millon® Clinical Multiaxial Inventory-IV (MCMI-IV) was designed to facilitate the therapeutic plans of the clinician. This webinar will use a case study to describe how an understanding of Dr. Theodore Millon’s evolutionary theory enhances interpretation of MCMI-IV profiles and how the data are used to make treatment recommendations. A sample report will be used to illustrate the steps for interpreting the MCMI-IV. By the end of the webinar, participants will be able to analyze MCMI-IV reports to describe a patient’s personality patterns, clinical syndromes, and therapeutic needs.

    Date: Feb 15, 2017

    pdf PDF: Contextual Interpretation of the MCMI-IV: Using a Case Study

    pdf PDF: Sample Report

    link Video: Contextual Interpretation of the MCMI-IV: Using a Case Study

    Print
     
  • Overview of the Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory-IV (MCMI-IV)

    Presenter: Seth Grossman, Psy.D.

    This webinar introduces the latest edition of the Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory, the MCMI-IV. The presenter will describe updates to constructs, scales, standardization, and interpretive features. An overview of Dr. Theodore Millon’s Evolutionary Theory will be included, along with its application in the MCMI-IV. Emphasis will be placed on how the MCMI-IV data facilitate the therapeutic plans of the clinician.

    Date: Jan 19, 2017

    pdf PDF: Overview of the Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory-IV (MCMI-IV)

    link Video: Overview of the Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory-IV (MCMI-IV)

    Print
     
  • Contextual Interpretation of the MCMI-IV: Using a Case Study

    Presenter: Seth Grossman, PsyD

    The Millon® Clinical Multiaxial Inventory-IV (MCMI-IV) was designed to facilitate the therapeutic plans of the clinician. This webinar will use a case study to describe how an understanding of Dr. Theodore Millon’s evolutionary theory enhances interpretation of MCMI-IV profiles and how the data are used to make treatment recommendations. A sample report will be used to illustrate the steps for interpreting the MCMI-IV. By the end of the webinar, participants will be able to analyze MCMI-IV reports to describe a patient’s personality patterns, clinical syndromes, and therapeutic needs.

    Date: Jul 21, 2016

    pdf PDF: Contextual Interpretation of the MCMI-IV: Using a Case Study

    link Video: Contextual Interpretation of the MCMI-IV: Using a Case Study

    Print
     
  • Therapeutic Applications of the Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory-IV (MCMI-IV)

    Presenter: Seth Grossman, Psy.D.

    This webinar introduces the latest edition of the Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory, the MCMI-IV. The presenter will describe uses of the underlying theory for therapeutic relationship building and effective interventions. The webinar is designed to instruct participants in effective use of the assessment instrument from administration to interpretation, integrating relevant research, psychometric properties, and theoretical grounding. Case samples will be used to enable participants to develop skills in interpretation and in generating therapeutic feedback.

    Date: May 09, 2016

    pdf PDF: Therapeutic Applications of the Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory-IV (MCMI-IV)

    link Video: Therapeutic Applications of the Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory-IV (MCMI-IV)

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FAQs

Questions

Test Content & Norms

  • When is it appropriate to use the MCMI-IV test?

    The MCMI–IV was developed for use with adults, age 18 or older, who are seeking mental health treatment and who have at least grade 5 reading skills. The MCMI-IV test should be used for diagnostic screening or clinical assessment of adults who evidence problematic emotional and interpersonal symptoms or who are undergoing professional psychotherapy or a psycho-diagnostic evaluation. See “Applications of the MCMI–IV” section of the MCMI-IV manual for additional information.

    Individuals under the age of 18 should be administered the Millon Adolescent Clinical Inventory (MACI® test) or the Millon Pre-Adolescent Clinical Inventory (M-PACI®), depending on the individual's age, rather than the MCMI-IV test.

  • In what settings can the MCMI-IV be used?

    The MCMI–IV is designed to provide information about patients undergoing psychological or psychiatric assessment or treatment across a variety of settings and applications, including outpatient clinics, mental health centers, college counseling programs, hospitals, independent and group practice offices, residential facilities and forensic evaluations.

  • What new features were added to the MCMI-IV?

    The following changes were made in the new MCMI-IV version:

    • Conceptualized personality as a continuum, or spectrum, ranging from adaptive to maladaptive levels of functioning. 
    • Completed a full normative update based on a combined gender sample of 1,547 adults, to more closely represent the current clinical adult population.
    • Aligned MCMI-IV with the DSM-5 and included ICD-10 code sets.
    • Added a new Turbulent personality scale.
    • Added seven new noteworthy response categories.
    • Added 83 new items to characterize the evolution of Dr. Millon's personality theory.
    • Updated existing items to increase clarity and clinical relevance.
    • Lowered reading level to 5th grade.
    • Improved narrative content to better integrate results with therapeutic practice and link to personalized treatment.
    • Added a new option to present scale scores using scale abbreviations.
    • Updated the Grossman Facet Scales.
  • What is the new Turbulent scale?

    The notion of a turbulent personality has been in the literature since the days of classical psycho-analysis. It has always been overshadowed though, classically by manic depressive illness and more recently in modern psycho-pathology, by bipolar disorder. Dr. Millon re-outlined the turbulent personality in recent years, and described it more characterologically as a person who is primarily oriented towards active life enhancement. That makes it really unique as it's the only personality pattern that is oriented towards that life-enhancing strategy.

    The Turbulent scale on the MCMI-IV provides clinicians with a deeper understanding of adult patients who are primarily oriented towards seeking active life enhancement experiences and who show abnormal personality traits, such as a lost sense of reality or unwavering optimism. Dr. Millon conceptualized the Ebullient–Exuberant–Turbulent personality pattern as typically energetic and buoyant in manner and prone to vigorous pursuits of happiness. "Turbulent" refers to the more severe (disorder) end of the personality spectrum.

    The high energy and generally positive attitude of moderated variants of this pattern can show considerable characterological strengths. Patients with less integrated variations of this pattern may be prone to scatteredness, overstimulation, over animation, and an inability to maintain balance within their environment which can adversely affect their relationships with others.

  • Would it be possible to detect malingering with the MCMI-IV?

    The five validity scales in the MCMI-IV can provide information about a patient's tendency to exaggerate symptoms. The scales Invalidity (V) and Inconsistency (W) work together to help detect random responding. The Disclosure Index (Scale X) provides information about the patient's inclination to be frank and self-revealing or to be reticent and secretive. The Desirability Index (Scale Y) assesses the degree to which the patient's results may have been affected by his or her inclination to appear socially attractive, morally virtuous, or emotionally well composed. The Debasement Index (Scale Z) generally reflects tendencies that are the opposite of those reflected by Scale Y. High scores suggest an inclination to deprecate or devalue oneself.

  • What is the purpose of the Grossman Facet Scales?

    The facet scales help pinpoint the specific personality processes (e.g., self-image, interpersonal relations) that underlie overall elevations on the Clinical Personality Patterns and Severe Personality Pathology scales, thereby aiding in the interpretation of those scales. For each of the primary personality scales, three scales measuring "facets" specified by Millon's theory as prominent structural or functional features of that personality pattern are reported. Thus, there are 45 total facet scales tied to the 15 primary personality scales.

  • What are the noteworthy responses?

    Several items on the MCMI–IV are considered noteworthy when endorsed. These items are intended to alert clinicians to item-level information worthy of special attention that deserves either interpretive consideration, or immediate clinical intervention. The MCMI-IV has 13 noteworthy response categories. See appendix B of the MCMI-IV manual for a complete list of noteworthy response categories.

  • What populations have been used to norm the MCMI-IV?

    The normative sample for the MCMI-IV consists of a nationally representative sample of 1,547 males and females. The population served by the MCMI-IV is clinical only. The demographic characteristics for the MCMI-IV sample resemble the population of people seeking therapeutic treatment with respect to age, education, race and ethnicity, gender, geographic region, marital status, and setting or status. Most patients in the normative sample were between the ages of 25 and 49, college educated and white. Geographic region and marital status were diverse across categories and outpatients outnumbered inpatients roughly 9 to 1.

Scoring & Reporting

  • What are base rate scores?

    Base rate scores are a kind of standardized score that differs from the standardized scores that are reported for most personality and clinical inventories. Instead of standardizing all scales in the inventory to the same mean and standard deviation (e.g., a mean of 50 and standard deviation of 10) in the inventory's normative sample, base rate scores are scaled to reflect the differing prevalence rates of the characteristics measured by the inventory. Base rate scores are unique to the Millon inventories. See the MCMI-IV manual for a more complete description of the rationale and implementation of base rate scores.

  • How are the MCMI-IV scores reported?

    The MCMI–IV provides two reporting options: an interpretive report and a profile report. The profile report provides base rate scores for all 28 scales in an easy-to-read graph. This report can help clinicians quickly identify clients who may require more intensive evaluation. The interpretive report provides an in-depth analysis of personality and symptom dynamics in addition to the base rate scores. Written with a therapeutic focus, the interpretive report provides the clinician with a foundation upon which treatment plans can readily be made and includes action-oriented suggestions for therapeutic management. To view a sample profile and interpretive report, click here.

  • How are the Grossman Facet Scale results reported?

    The profile report includes a graph showing the most salient facet scale scores and a table showing all 45 facet scale scores. The interpretive report includes the graph, the table, and a section with interpretive text for the scales. Printing the facet scale results is optional for both the profile report and the interpretive report.

Other Information

  • Where can I get training on the MCMI-IV?

    The MCMI-IV comprehensive independent study training program can be used to learn more about the MCMI-IV. The program consists of an introductory module and four training modules. It provides an overview of the Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory-IV (MCMI-IV) and describes the underlying theory as well as administration and interpretation of the inventory. You can earn up to 3 CE credits for completing the training and associated learning assessment. The training program can be accessed here.

  • How do I participate in research projects related to the MCMI®-IV?

    The MCMI–IV is well-suited to conduct research on personality disorders and psychopathology. It consists of objective, quantified, and theory grounded individual scale scores and profile patterns that can be used to generate and test a variety of clinical, experimental, and demographic hypothesis.

    Pearson offers a Research Assistance Program (RAP) to encourage post-publication research that provides new information about the applications and characteristics of the MCMI-IV. To learn more about the RAP program, visit this page: http://www.pearsonclinical.com/psychology/rap.html

  • How can I use the MCMI-IV for educational teaching or training purposes?

    Pearson provides valuable support for the training needs of college and university faculty and training directors. The Training Partner Program (TPP) will help you train future generations of professionals to use the MCMI-IV. To learn more about the TPP program, visit this page: http://www.pearsonclinical.com/psychology/programs/tpp.html

Dr. Seth Grossman answers questions about the MCMI®-IV

Enhancements and New Features

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Pricing & Ordering

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  • MCMI-IV Q-global Interpretive Report Starter Kit
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  • MCMI-IV Manual - Digital
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    $40.00
     

    Once ordered, the digital manual is accessible by logging into Q-global and visiting the Q-global Resource Library. It is a view-only digital file.

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    Print version of the manual

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    MCMI-IV Q Step-down Answer Sheets with Spanish test items included, Pkg. of 25.

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    Print version of the manual

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  • MCMI-IV Audio CD (English)
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    Audio CD recording of MCMI-IV test items read aloud.

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    Audio CD recording of MCMI-IV test items read aloud in Spanish.

 
 
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  • MCMI-IV Audio CD (English)
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    Audio CD recording of MCMI-IV test items read aloud.

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    Audio CD recording of MCMI-IV test items read aloud in Spanish.

 
 
 
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