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Overview

The Millon Inventories are among the most frequently used diagnostic tools for assessingpersonality disorders and clinical syndromes. This comprehensive volume thoroughly examines each of these tools, their application to clinical problems, and their use in settings such as neuropsychology, forensics, and corrections. Chapters also address the MCMI (Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory) as a treatment planning tool and explore the integration of the MCMI with the MMPI (Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory) and with the Rorschach. An authoritative overview for professionals, this resource also serves as a clinical text for graduate students.

The book contains black-and-white illustrations.

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Reviewer: Tony A. Fletcher, PsyD (Rush University Medical Center)
Description: This is an interesting new book by the originator of the Millon inventories on the theoretical foundation and use of the Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory in evaluating personality patterns within different patient populations. This single resource accumulates the current research by bringing together top-ranking experts to address the Millon inventories' validation and interpretive value.
Purpose: The purpose is to describe the theoretical and clinical applications of the Millon inventories, including the instruments' history and integration with other commonly used psychological instruments. The editor's intention is to provide a comprehensive text for teaching the development and application of the different Millon inventories. This is an important, timely, and much needed explanation of the Millon inventories by their creator, which contributes to the understanding of patient's overall personality characteristics and clinical syndromes.
Audience: This book is targeted for graduate course study in personality assessment and will be an invaluable resource for the practicing professional. The editor and contributors are leading experts in their respective fields and are varied enough to give practical application of the Millon inventories to a wide variety of clinical settings and populations.
Features: The book includes clinical case vignettes which help to round out the book. There are sufficient tables and figures that aid in the illustration of the editor's theories of personality as well as test data from a range of assessment tools. The references give merit to the Millon inventories' credibility and utility as a personality instrument.
Assessment: This is a very useful book for professionals and students in psychology for the study of personality theory and assessment who are interested in integrating the Millon inventories with other psychological instruments. It brings together theoretical concepts and connects them with real-world clinical issues to aid in appropriate diagnosis and treatment.
From the Publisher
"This comprehensive work goes beyond the standard two-point-code analyses given by most texts. The material contained addresses the heart of the diagnostic and interpretive endeavor, and places it within a rich, vibrant theoretical and scientific framework. The chapter by Millon and Davis, true to the Millonian tradition, is erudite yet elegant, describing profound concepts in a manner that is accessible to both clinician and researcher. Dr. Escovar's chapter, extending Millonian theory and diagnostic practice to a cultural framework, provides a path for the growing ranks of clinicians and researchers who are treating and investigating relationships in a cross-cultural context. I look forward to assigning this book to my students, not only as a review of the Millon inventories, but also as a jumping off point for discussions regarding diagnosis and clinical practice as a whole." —Neil Bockian, PhD, Assistant Professor, Psychology and Behavioral Medicine, Illinois School of Professional Psychology; Director of Graduate Research, Institute for Advanced Studies in Personology and Psychopathology

"Finally, we have a single source that brings together all the current research on the Millon Inventories. The Millon Inventories have become some of the most frequently used personality assessment instruments. These inventories are regularly revised to keep them current in the field and have stimulated considerable research exploring their clinical applications. The Millon Inventories: Clinical and Personality Assessment is written to keep the clinician up to date on the latest developments with these instruments. This text is edited by Dr. Millon, who has brought together the leading experts in the use of the Millon Inventories. Contributing authors address the validation and interpretation of all the Millon Inventories. Several chapters deal with using the Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory with special populations, such as forensic, substance abuse, and PTSD. In addition, the clinician is introduced to the newer Millon Inventories, such as the Millon Index of Personality Styles, which add other valuable assessment instruments to the clinician's repertoire. I strongly endorse The Millon Inventories. This is an ideal text for a graduate course in personality assessment, as well as an invaluable resource for the practicing professional." —Jack O'Regan, Ph.D., A.B.P.P., Dean, Minnesota School of Professional Psychology

From The Critics
Reviewer: Tony A. Fletcher, PsyD (Rush University Medical Center)
Description: This is an interesting new book by the originator of the Millon inventories on the theoretical foundation and use of the Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory in evaluating personality patterns within different patient populations. This single resource accumulates the current research by bringing together top-ranking experts to address the Millon inventories' validation and interpretive value.
Purpose: The purpose is to describe the theoretical and clinical applications of the Millon inventories, including the instruments' history and integration with other commonly used psychological instruments. The editor's intention is to provide a comprehensive text for teaching the development and application of the different Millon inventories. This is an important, timely, and much needed explanation of the Millon inventories by their creator, which contributes to the understanding of patient's overall personality characteristics and clinical syndromes.
Audience: This book is targeted for graduate course study in personality assessment and will be an invaluable resource for the practicing professional. The editor and contributors are leading experts in their respective fields and are varied enough to give practical application of the Millon inventories to a wide variety of clinical settings and populations.
Features: The book includes clinical case vignettes which help to round out the book. There are sufficient tables and figures that aid in the illustration of the editor's theories of personality as well as test data from a range of assessment tools. The references give merit to the Millon inventories' credibility and utility as a personality instrument.
Assessment: This is a very useful book for professionals and students in psychology for the study of personality theory and assessment who are interested in integrating the Millon inventories with other psychological instruments. It brings together theoretical concepts and connects them with real-world clinical issues to aid in appropriate diagnosis and treatment.
Tony A. Fletcher
This is an interesting new book by the originator of the Millon inventories on the theoretical foundation and use of the Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory in evaluating personality patterns within different patient populations. This single resource accumulates the current research by bringing together top-ranking experts to address the Millon inventories' validation and interpretive value. The purpose is to describe the theoretical and clinical applications of the Millon inventories, including the instruments' history and integration with other commonly used psychological instruments. The editor's intention is to provide a comprehensive text for teaching the development and application of the different Millon inventories. This is an important, timely, and much needed explanation of the Millon inventories by their creator, which contributes to the understanding of patient's overall personality characteristics and clinical syndromes. This book is targeted for graduate course study in personality assessment and will be an invaluable resource for the practicing professional. The editor and contributors are leading experts in their respective fields and are varied enough to give practical application of the Millon inventories to a wide variety of clinical settings and populations. The book includes clinical case vignettes which help to round out the book. There are sufficient tables and figures that aid in the illustration of the editor's theories of personality as well as test data from a range of assessment tools. The references give merit to the Millon inventories' credibility and utility as a personality instrument. This is a very useful book for professionals and students inpsychology for the study of personality theory and assessment who are interested in integrating the Millon inventories with other psychological instruments. It brings together theoretical concepts and connects them with real-world clinical issues to aid in appropriate diagnosis and treatment.
Booknews
A text for teaching the foundations, development, and applications of the Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory (MCMI) and related inventories in psychological assessment courses. After a chapter on the place of assessment in clinical science, coverage includes history and validation of the MCMI, interpretation, and integration of MCMI with other instruments. Discusses use of the MCMI in situations such as correctional settings and in drug abuse, reviews sociocultural considerations, and details related assessments and their uses. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

3 Stars from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781572301849
  • Publisher: Ingram Book Company
  • Publication date: 7/1/1999
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 553
  • Product dimensions: 7.17 (w) x 10.24 (h) x 1.24 (d)

Meet the Author

Theodore Millon, PhD, DSc, Harvard Medical School and University of Miami

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Table of Contents

I. Introduction
1. The Place of Assessment in Clinical Science, Davis and T. Millon
II. The Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory (MCMI)
2. History, Theory, and Validation of the MCMI, T. Millon and C. M. Millon
3. Interpretation of the MCMI-III, Van Denburg and Choca
4. MCMI Assessment: An Integrative Case Study, Davis and T. Millon
5. Clinical Integration of the MCMI-III and the Comprehensive System Rorschach, Dorr
6. Integrating the MCMI and the MMPI, Antoni
7. Application of the Millon Inventories in Forensic Psychology, Dyer
8. Using the MCMI in Correctional Settings, C. M. Millon and T. Millon
9. Using the MCMI in Neuropsychological Evaluations, S. L. K. Russell and E. W. Russell
10. MCMI Applications in Substance Abuse, Flynn and McMahon
11. The MCMIs and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Hyer, Brandsma, and Boyd
12. The MCMI as a Treatment Planning Tool, Retzlaff
13. Using the MCMI in Treating Couples, Nurse
14. The Millon Inventories: Sociocultural Considerations, Escovar
15. Issues and Procedures in MCMI Translation, Sloore and Derksen
16. A Selected Review of the MCMI Empirical Literature, Craig
17. Validation of the MCMI-III, Davis and Wenger
III. The MACI, MBHI, MBMC, and MPDC
18. The MACI: Composition and Clinical Applications, McCann
19. The MBHI: Composition and Clinical Applications, Everly, Jr. and Newman
20. The MBMC: The Role of Psychological Assessment in Health Care: The MBHI and beyond, Antoni, C. M. Millon, and T. Millon
21. The MPDC: Composition and Clinical Applications, Tringone
IV. The PACL and MIPS
22. The PACL: Gauging Normal Personality Styles, Strack
23. The MIPS: Gauging the Dimensions of Normality, Weiss
V. Epilogue
24. The Millon Inventories: Present and Future Directions, T. Millon and Davis

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