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Current perspectives on personality disorders

  • 112 Pages
  • 2.91 MB
  • English

American Psychiatric Press , Washington, D.C
Personality disorders., Personality disor
Other titlesPersonality disorders.
Statementedited by James P. Frosch.
SeriesClinical insights
ContributionsFrosch, James P., 1949-
LC ClassificationsRC554 .C87 1983
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 112 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3166781M
ISBN 100880480130
LC Control Number83008782

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Huprich's research interests have focused on the diagnosis, assessment, and validation of personality disorders, with particular attention to the DSM–IV proposal of depressive personality disorder. At the present time, he is exploring the validity of a self-representation construct known as malignant self-regard, which he believes helps account for the diagnostic comorbidity and clinical similarities in masochistic Pages: Now in a fully revised and expanded second edition, this landmark work brings together in one volume the most important current perspectives on personality pathology.

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Chapters from leading experts have been extensively rewritten to reflect a decade's worth of significant theoretical, empirical, and clinical developments, and two entirely new chapters have been added.

Personality Disorders: Toward the DSM-V offers a scientifically balanced evaluation of competing theoretical perspectives and nosological systems for personality disorders. Editors William T. O'Donohue, Scott O. Lilienfeld, and Katherine A. Fowler have brought together recognized authorities in the field to offer a synthesis of competing perspectives that provide readers with the richest and.

Major Theories of Personality Disorder encompasses the most important current perspectives on personality pathology including psychodynamic, interpersonal, attachment, Current perspectives on personality disorders book, psychometric, and neurobiological models; explores similarities and differences among the various theories, identifies potential avenues of integration, and discusses.

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Writing for general readers, Dobbert explains the nature of personality disorders, then details 11 specific disorders. He uses scenarios of situations common to people with personality disorders to point out warning signs, and to explain how such disorders develop and how they can be successfully addressed., Scitech Book NewsReviews: In this second edition of Major Theories of Personality Disorder, the editors, Dr.

Mark Lenzenweger and Dr. John Clarkin, two distinguished authorities in personality disorder research, have assembled a group of recognized leaders in their respective fields to present a rich collection of different perspectives on these disturbances.

The current edition has two new points of view added to those represented in the earlier version. This book outlines the principles of neural science that mediate personality and describes what is currently known about how these biological processes are impaired in individuals with personality disorders.

What sets this book apart from others is that it focuses particularly on the neurobiology of disturbed personality. Personality disorders have a high prevalence, and these disorders cause.

Reflecting the work of a truly international panel of experts from Europe, North America and Asia, the International Handbook on Psychopathic Disorders and the Law offers an in-depth, 4/5(1).

In other cases, it is a manifestation of a personality disorder on another paychiatnic disorder. Because the mental health professions appear to have no imminent resolution to the issue of whether multiple personality disorder is a valid entity, the mandate is to explore it scientifically, using the most disciplined methods.

Personality disorders are estimated to occur in at least 10% of the population. They can be major sources of long-term disability, and they frequently exist in conjunction with other major psychiatric disorders or with general medical conditions.

Not infrequently, patients with personality disorders. This book offers a wide variety of health care professionals an invaluable and long-awaited resource for the proper assessment, treatment, and management of personality disordered individuals. Addresses clinical practice issues related to the understanding, assessment and treatment of people who have been diagnosed with a personality disorder.

Preview In Abnormal Psychology, best-selling author William J. Ray brings together current perspectives concerning the manner in which the human mind, behavior, and experience can be understood. Other researchers are exploring genetic links to aggression, anxiety and fear — traits that can play a role in personality disorders.

Childhood trauma. Findings from one of the largest studies of personality disorders, the Collaborative Longitudinal Personality Disorders Study, offer clues about the role of childhood experiences.

Now in a fully revised and expanded second edition, this landmark work brings together in one volume the most important current perspectives on personality pathology. At a historic conference in Toronto in Octoberdevelopmental researchers and clinicians came together for the first time to explore the implications of current knowledge of attachment.

This volume is the outcome of their labors. It offers innovative approaches to the understanding of such diverse clinical topics as child abuse, borderline personality disorder, dissociation, adolescent. This new edition of The American Psychiatric Publishing Textbook of Personality Disorders has been thoroughly reorganized and updated to reflect new findings, expanded treatment options and considerations, and future directions, such as translational research, enhancing the text's utility while maintaining its reputation as the foremost reference and clinical guide on the subject.

and the current perspective emphasizes perce iving Hand book of behavior therapy in All the personality-disorders occurred at higher rates in the group with borderline personality disorder.

A selective summary overview is given of the current status of the scientific study of the personality disorders from several perspectives, including the epidemiological, longitudinal. This book contains the most up-to-date information on MPD available written by experts in this field.

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The first section is a memorial to Cornelia B. Wilbur, M.D., a pioneer in MPD treatment. It includes p The diagnosis of multiple personality disorder (MPD) entered the clinical mainstream with a rapidity and in a manner atypical for new descriptions of psychiatric illness/5(15).

In the current review, we focus on the advances and limitations of neuroimaging methods with respect to personality neuroscience. We discuss the value of personality theory as a means to link specific neural mechanisms with various traits (e.g., the neural basis of the "Big Five").

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Balaratnasingam S(1), Janca A. Author information: (1)aSchool of Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences, The University of Western Australia, Perth bKimberley Mental Health and Drug Service, Broome, Western Australia, Australia.

Individuals, notably women, suffering from Multiple Personality Disorder and the other dissociative disorders, Borderline Personality Disorder, and to a lesser proportion, the eating disorders, Bulimia and Anorexia, and even Schizophrenia, score high on tests measuring dissociation, the DES (Bernstein & Putnam, ) and the DDIS (Ross et al.

Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is not a singular nosologic entity but a complex syndrome with heterogeneity concerning etiology, neuropathophysiology, symptomatology, and comorbidity. The prevalence in the general population amounts to to 2% and BPD is diagnosed 10 to 20% among psychiatric patients (Verheul & van den Brink, ).

personality disorders. I summarize personality theory viewpoints about nar-cissism and then psychoanalytic perspectives emphasizing developmental and object relations views. Next, I present an overview of narcissistic personality disorder and the main tenets of Kohut's self psychology.

Writing for general readers, Dobbert explains the nature of personality disorders, then details 11 specific disorders. He uses scenarios of situations common to people with personality disorders to point out warning signs, and to explain how such disorders develop and how they can be successfully addressedScitech Book NewsReviews:   As with a number of specific areas in the medical professions, the field of personality disorders has experienced a period of rapid growth and development over the past decade.

This volume is designed to offer the student, practitioner and researcher with a single source for the most up-to-date research and treatment writing on a variety of.

Causes of paranoid personality disorder, as cataloged by the DSM Paranoid personality disorder may be first apparent in childhood or who suffer prefer solitude, have poor. The International Personality Disorder Examination (IPDE). The World Health Organization/Alcohol, Drug Abuse and Mental Health Administration International Pilot Study of Personality Disorders.

Archives of General Psychiatry, 51, – Personality disorders are among the most common of the severe mental disorders and often occur along with other mental illnesses, such as substance abuse disorders, mood disorders (depression or bipolar disorder), and anxiety disorders.

It is estimated that 10 percent to 13 percent of the world’s population suffer from some form of.The book explains the different aspects of social anxiety and social phobia in adults and children, including the evolution of terminology and constructs, assessment procedures, relationship to personality disorders, and psychopathology.