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Personality disorders and the five-factor model of personality

Author: Thomas A Widiger; Paul T Costa
Publisher: Washington, DC : American Psychological Association, ©2013.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 3rd edView all editions and formats
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In the upcoming fifth edition of the American Psychiatric Association's Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5), the major innovation for the personality disorders will likely be a shift from the classic syndrome-based approach to a dimensional description approach. This book explains how personality disorders can be understood from the perspective of the Five-Factor Model (FFM), the most  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas A Widiger; Paul T Costa
ISBN: 9781433811661 1433811669
OCLC Number: 784445248
Description: xii, 468 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm
Contents: 1. Personality Disorders and the Five-Factor Model of Personality: Rationale for the Third Edition / Thomas A. Widiger and Paul T. Costa Jr. --
I. Conceptual and Empirical Background. 2. Introduction to the Empirical and Theoretical Status of the Five-Factor Model of Personality Traits / Robert R. McCrae and Paul T. Costa Jr. --
3. On the Valid Description of Personality Dysfunction / Tamika C.B. Zapolski, Leila Guller, and Gregory T. Smith --
4. Childhood Antecedents of Personality Disorder: A Five-Factor Model Perspective / Filip De Fruyt and Barbara De Clercq --
5. Universality of the Five-Factor Model of Personality / Jüri Allik, Anu Realo, and Robert R. McCrae --
6. Five-Factor Model Personality Disorder Research / Thomas A. Widiger, Paul T. Costa Jr., Whitney L. Gore, and Cristina Crego --
II. Patient Populations. 7. Psychopathy From the Perspective of the Five-Factor Model of Personality / Karen Derefinko and Donald R. Lynam --
8. Borderline Personality Disorder: A Five-Factor Model Perspective / Timothy J. Trull and Whitney C. Brown --
9. Narcissistic Personality Disorder and the Five-Factor Model: Delineating Narcissistic Personality Disorder, Grandiose Narcissism, and Vulnerable Narcissism / W. Keith Campbell and Joshua D. Miller --
10. A Five-Factor Model Perspective of Schizotypal Personality Disorder / Maryanne Edmundson and Thomas R. Kwapil --
11. Dependency and the Five-Factor Model / Whitney L. Gore and Aaron L. Pincus --
12. Depressive Personality Disorder and the Five-Factor Model / R. Michael Bagby, Chris Watson, and Andrew G. Ryder --
13. Alexithymia and the Five-Factor Model of Personality / Graeme J. Taylor and R. Michael Bagby --
14. Five-Factor Model Personality Functioning in Adults With Intellectual Disabilities / Sara E. Boyd --
III. Assessment. 15. Assessing the Five-Factor Model of Personality Disorder / Douglas B. Samuel --
16. Informant Reports and the Assessment of Personality Disorders Using the Five-Factor Model / Thomas F. Oltmanns and Erika Carlson --
17. Prototype Matching and the Five-Factor Model: Capturing the DSM-IV Personality Disorders / Joshua D. Miller --
18. Using the Five-Factor Model to Assess Disordered Personality / Donald R. Lynam --
IV. Clinical Application. 19. Diagnosis of Personality Disorder Using the Five-Factor Model and the Proposed DSM-5 / Thomas A. Widiger, Paul T. Costa Jr., and Robert R. McCrae --
20. Conceptual and Empirical Support for the Clinical Utility of Five-Factor Model Personality Disorder Diagnosis / Stephanie N. Mullins-Sweatt --
21. Further Use of the NEO PI-R Personality Dimensions in Differential Treatment Planning / Cynthia Sanderson and John F. Clarkin --
22. Treatment of Personality Disorders From the Perspective of the Five-Factor Model / Michael H. Stone --
23. Crossover Analysis: Using the Five-Factor Model and Revised NEO Personality Inventory to Assess Couples / Ralph L. Piedmont and Thomas E. Rodgerson --
24. Dialectical Behavior Therapy From the Perspective of the Five-Factor Model of Personality / Stephanie D. Stepp, Diana J. Whalen, and Tiffany D. Smith --
25. Disorders of Personality: Clinical Treatment From a Five-Factor Model Perspective / Jennifer R. Presnall --
V. Conclusions and Future Research. 26. Final Word and Future Research / Thomas A. Widiger and Paul T. Costa Jr. --
Appendix: Description of the Revised NEO Personality Inventory (NEO PI-R) Facet Scales.
Responsibility: edited by Thomas A. Widiger and Paul T. Costa Jr.

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In the upcoming fifth edition of the American Psychiatric Association's Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5), the major innovation for the personality disorders will likely be a shift from the classic syndrome-based approach to a dimensional description approach. This book explains how personality disorders can be understood from the perspective of the Five-Factor Model (FFM), the most heavily researched and empirically supported dimensional model of general personality structure. Since the second edition of this authoritative text was published in 2002, the research base supporting the FFM has more than quadrupled. As a result, the vast majority of this volume is new. The chapters summarize the conceptual and empirical support for the FFM, including the dimensional description of specific personality disorders and the application of the model for assessment and treatment. Case studies are also provided.

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