Coolidge Axis II Inventory (CATI)

The Coolidge Axis II Inventory (CATI) is a 250-item psychopathology and neuropsychological inventory for ages 15 and above. The CATI is aligned with the official DSM-5 criteria and has norms on thousands of participants and patients in clinical and nonclinical samples. There are two forms: self-report and significant-other. The CATI assesses over 40 clinical and neuropsychological disorders including:

  • 14 personality disorders (10 from DSM-5, 2 from the appendix of DSM-IV-TR and 2 from the appendix of DSM-III-R)
  • 6 major Clinical Syndromes including Major Depressive Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Schizophrenia, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Social Phobia, and Attention- Deficit Disorder
  • Neuropsychological Deficit scales including Neurocognitive Disorder (mild to severe), a General Neuropsychological Deficits scale (with 3 subscales assessing Memory, Language, and Neurosomatic problems)
  • Executive Dysfunctions of the Frontal Lobe scale (with 3 subscales assessing Decision- Making Difficulties, Poor Planning, and Task Completion Difficulties)
  • 3 Hostility scales assessing Dangerousness, Anger, and Impulsivity
  • Other Clinical scales including early juvenile delinquency, depersonalization, low frustration tolerance, and others
  • 2 Drug and Alcohol Abuse items
  • Suicidal Ideation
  • Extraversion-Introversion scale
  • Critical Items assessing food and body-image problems, sleep problems, and others
  • 3 validity scales assessing random responding, excessive denial, and malingering