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

Title: Children’s Measure of Obsessive-Compulsive Symptoms (CMOCS)
Author: Reynolds, Cecil R. & Livingston, Ronald B.
Year: 2010
Description: The Children’s Measure of Obsessive-Compulsive Symptoms (CMOCS) is a 56-item self-report scale designed to assess obsessive and compulsive behaviours (actions as well as thoughts) and their impact on children between the ages of 8-19 years. Tests for both overt and covert behaviour problems related to obsessions and compulsions at either a subclinical or clinical level. Provides a psychometrically sound measure of obsessions, compulsions, and their impact on daily functioning–anchored in DSM-IV criteria for OCD. The CMOCS is composed of 56 items covering six Problem Areas:

  • Fear of Contamination (CONTAM)
  • Rituals (RIT)
  • Intrusive Thoughts (INT)
  • Checking (CHK)
  • Fear of Mistakes and Harm (FEAR)
  • Picking/Slowing (PKSLO)
Age Range: 8- 19 years old
Administration: Individual
Inventory: 1 Complete Kit:

  • 1 manual @ $55
  • 25 Autoscore forms @ $2.00/ea
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Publisher: WPS Publishing
Qualification Level: Level C or 1
Test Category: Personality
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