The CMOCS is a brief, self-report measure designed to assess and quantify obsessive and compulsive behaviors and their impact on youth 8 to 19 years. The CMOCS™ can be group or individually administered in 10 to 15 minutes. A self-report inventory, with a 4-point response scale ranging from "Never" to "Almost Always," the measure generates six Problem Area Scores plus two Summary Scores.
- Assists in diagnostic process
- Items are anchored in DSM-IV criteria for OCD
- Score profile guides intervention planning
- Helps determine whether students meet IDEA criteria for Emotional Disturbance
- Useful in creating IEPs
- Validity scales detect inconsistent responding
- Interpreted at summary and specific levels