For use with both typical and troubled teens.
The Millon Adolescent Personality Inventory (MAPI) is normed on both normal adolescents and adolescent patients. The inventory outlines three distinct scale dimensions: personality styles, expressed concerns, and behavioral patterns.
How to Use This Test
The MAPI can be used for diagnosis and treatment planning in clinical, correctional, and educational settings by psychologists, psychiatrists, and school counselors, as well as other mental health and guidance professionals.
- Most adolescents can complete the test in 20–30 minutes, helping to reduce resistance to test-taking.
- Scales help evaluate adolescent expressed concerns, personality styles, and coping patterns to help select the best approach to treatment and identify behavior patterns and issue that may need further exploration during therapy.
1 – Introversive
2 – Inhibited
3 – Cooperative
4 – Sociable
5 – Confident
6 – Forceful
7 – Respectful
8 – Sensitive
A – Self-Concept
B – Personal Esteem
C – Body Comfort
D – Sexual Acceptance
E – Peer Security
F – Social Tolerance
G – Family Rapport
H – Academic Confidence
SS – Impulse Control
TT – Social Conformity
UU – Scholastic Achievement
WW – Attendance Consistency
Normative date includes 430 adolescents involved in inpatient or outpatient psychological assessment or psychotherapy as well as 2,157 normal adolescents representing various socioeconomic levels.
The report provides a graphic profile of test scores and a narrative interpretation of the adolescent’s personality and behavior patterns plus issues of concern.
Scoring and/or 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.
Frequently asked questions follow. Click on a question to see the response.
What are the main differences between the MAPI and the MACI tests?
Is the MAPI instrument appropriate for use with normal adolescents?
Will recording the wrong sex make a difference on the profile?
Will recording the wrong age make a difference on the profile?
How can a MAPI instrument be invalid if there are less that 10 omissions?
Why is the MAPI instrument invalid because Scales 1–8 are all less than 64 BR?