Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory test

Mil·lon Clin·i·cal Mul·ti·ax·i·al In·ven·tor·y test

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a paper and pencil test, consisting of 20 clinical scales derived from 175 self-descriptive statements, and developed in 1977 for use in the assessment of psychopathology and the more enduring patterns of personality; specifically designed to correspond with some of the disorders of personality included in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders used in diagnosis by mental health care professionals.