1 edition of MacCAT-CA found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 31-32).
|Other titles||MacArthur competence assessment tool--criminal adjudication|
|Statement||Norman G. Poythress ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Poythress, Norman Godfrey.|
|LC Classifications||HV9950 .M23 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 57 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||57|
|LC Control Number||00699275|
OBJECTIVE: The feasibility, reliability, and validity of a new instrument, the MacArthur Competence Assessment Tool-Treatment (MacCAT- T), which was developed for use by clinicians, was tested. The. The MacArthur Competence Assessment Tool for Treatment (MacCAT–T) is an instrument designed to assess decision-making capacity. Designed as part of the MacArthur Competence Treatment Competence Study, a multiyear, multisite effort named for the well-known philanthropic foundation, the tool operationalizes established elements of competent decisions.
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Despite the application of the MacCAT-CA to juveniles, questions been raised regarding the appropriateness of this tool for adolescents. The current study tested for age-related measurement bias using data from the MacArthur Juvenile Adjudicative Competence Study (n = ). Despite the application of the MacCAT-CA to juveniles, questions been raised regarding the appropriateness of this tool for adolescents. The current study tested for age-related measurement bias using data from the MacArthur Juvenile Adjudicative Competence Study (n = ). Five of the MacCAT-CA items showed age-related measurement bias (i.e., DIF) for adolescents aged , and three .
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The MacCAT-CA is a item structured interview for the pretrial assessment of adjudicative competence. Features and benefits.
Uses a vignette format and objectively scored questions to standardize the measurement of three competence-related. The MacCAT-CA is a item structured interview for the pretrial assessment of adjudicative competence.
This instrument uses a vignette format and objectively scored questions to standardize the measurement of three competence-related abilities. The MacCAT-CA was designed to enable forensic examiners to collect information relevant to a defendant’s competence in a way that minimizes the influence of clinical subjectivity.
The MacCAT-CA comprises three measures, each of which relates conceptually to one of the Dusky criteria. Each of these measures is described briefly MacCAT-CA book.
The MacCAT-CA (Poythress et al., ) is a item, vignette-based measure designed to evaluate psycholegal abilities. Three subscales, Understanding (eight items), Reasoning (eight items), and. Officially authorized by the MacCAT-CA’s publisher and presented by a leading trainer, this workshop is eligible for hours of valuable Continuing Education Credit.
Attendees should have access to the MacCAT-CA Professional Manual purchasable through the instrument’s publisher, Psychological MacCAT-CA book Resources, Inc.
MacArthur Home. THE MacARTHUR ADJUDICATIVE COMPETENCE STUDY. May Update of the Executive Summary. Clinical norms for the The MacArthur Competence Assessment Tool - Criminal Adjudication (MacCAT-CA) were developed in an NIMH-funded study conducted from The MacArthur Competence Assessment Tool for Clinical Research (MacCAT-CR) provides a semi-structured assessment format for evaluating abilities related to the decisional capacity of subjects in clinical research.
Four component abilities of a decisional capacity standard are assessed: understanding, appreciation, reasoning, and choice. Administration of the instrument begins with the. MacArthur Competence Assessment Tool–Criminal Adjudication.
The MacCAT-CA, developed over years in response to the need for an objectively scored assessment tool incorporating Dusky criteria, was studied extensively between and 28 (for a complete review of relevant MacArthur studies, see Ref.
29).It comprises 22 items that are organized into three sections, including criteria. Training. VIEW ALL TRAININGS; Live Webinar Trainings Risk Assessment (Sexual Offenses) StaticR; STABLE & ACUTE; PROFESOR; Psychopathy PCL-R & PCL:SV. An Investigation of the Construct of Competence: A Comparison of the FIT, the MacCAT-CA, and the MacCAT-T With A.
Zapf Patricia, Roesch Ronald The s witnessed Supreme Court decisions in both Canada and the United States on issues of competence that went against longstanding case law, psychological research, and common sense.
English, Book edition: MACCAT-CA, the MacArthur competence assessment tool - criminal adjudication: professional manual / Norman G. Poythress [et al.]. Get this edition User activity. The MacArthur Competence Assessment Tool for Treatment (MacCAT-T) is an instrument designed to assess decision-making capacity.
Designed as part of the MacArthur Competence Treatment Competence Study, a multiyear, multisite effort named for the well-known philanthropic foundation, the tool operationalizes established elements of competent decisions.
Part of the Perspectives in Law & Psychology book series (PILP, volume 15) Abstract The research described in Chapter 3 established that the MacSAC-CD was a reliably-scored, valid measure of criminal defendants’ ability to participate in the legal process, that was also grounded in a.
Pinals, D. A., Tillbrook, C. E., & Mumley, D. Practical application of the MacArthur competence assessment tool – criminal adjudication (MacCAT-CA) in a public sector forensic setting. Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 34(2), – PubMed Google Scholar.
But the MacCAT-CA is just one of several available instruments, all of which have their strengths and limitations. Detailed comparisons of these instruments are available in several excellent critical reviews [2,9,11,29], but the strengths and limitations of some of the most common instruments are listed in Table 1.
The MacCAT-CR provides a structured format for capacity assessment that is adaptable to the particulars of any given research project. With the introduction of the MacCAT-CR, researchers enrolling human participants in their studies have available for the first time a reliable and valid means of assessing their potential subject's capacity to consent to participation.
MacCAT-CA to the competence evaluation process article,wereportour findings from this CQI project and discuss the MacCAT-CA’sutilityinforensicpractice,including some practical considerations pertaining to its ad-ministration, scoring, and use in assisting evaluators in formulating opinions of competence to proceed.
Practical application of the MacArthur competence assessment tool-criminal adjudication (MacCAT-CA) in a public sector forensic setting. Pinals DA(1), Tillbrook CE, Mumley DL. Author information: (1)University of Massachusetts Medical School, 55 Lake Avenue North, Worcester, MAUSA.
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Author: Norman Godfrey Poythress. The MacArthur Competence Assessment Tool for Clinical Research (MacCAT-CR) provides a semi-structured assessment format for evaluating abilities related to the decisional capacity of. The MacCAT-CA and CAST*MR discriminated between competent and incompetent defendants with large effects.
The MacCAT-FP had insufficient reliability data and poor discrimination. There was insufficient data to meta-analyze the factor structure, sensitivity, specificity, or effect sizes between types of clinical presentation on any tool.The MacCAT-CA was derived from a more comprehensive research instrument (MacArthur Structured Assessment of Competencies of Criminal Defendants; Hoge, Bonnie, Poythress, Monahan, & .Search the Library Catalog.
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