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TitleDimensional Models of Personality Disorders: Refining the Research Agenda for DSM-V
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Table of Contents
                            CONTENTS
CONTRIBUTORS
DISCLOSURE STATEMENT
FOREWORD
PREFACE
INTRODUCTION
1 ALTERNATIVE DIMENSIONAL MODELS OF PERSONALITY DISORDER: Finding a Common Ground
2 COMMENTARY ON WIDIGER AND SIMONSEN: Toward a Consensus Personality Trait Structure
3 COMMENTARY ON WIDIGER AND SIMONSEN: Working Out a Dimensional Framework
4 COMMENTARY ON WIDIGER AND SIMONSEN: From ICD-10 and DSM-IV to ICD-11 and DSM-V
5 BEHAVIORAL AND MOLECULAR GENETIC CONTRIBUTIONS TO A DIMENSIONAL CLASSIFICATION OF PERSONALITY DISORDER
6 COMMENTARY ON LIVESLEY: Genetic Contributions to a Dimensional Classification: Problems and Pitfalls
7 NEUROBIOLOGICAL DIMENSIONAL MODELS OF PERSONALITY: A Review of Three Models
8 COMMENTARY ON PARIS: Personality as a Dynamic Psychobiological System
9 COMMENTARY ON PARIS: The Problem of Severity in Personality Disorder Classification
10 TEMPERAMENT AND PERSONALITY AS BROAD-SPECTRUM ANTECEDENTS OF PSYCHOPATHOLOGY IN CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENCE
11 COMMENTARY ON MERVIELDE ET AL.: Toward a Developmental Perspective on Personality Disorders
12 PERSONALITY DIMENSIONS ACROSS CULTURES
13 COMMENTARY ON ALLIK: The Lexical Approach to the Study of Personality Structure
14 COMMENTARY ON ALLIK: A Historical Perspective on Personality Disorder
15 COMMENTARY ON ALLIK: Cross-Cultural Diagnosis of Personality Disorders
16 CONTINUITY OF AXES I AND II: Toward a Unified Model of Personality, Personality Disorders, and Clinical Disorders
17 COMMENTARY ON KRUEGER: What to Do With the Old Distinctions
18 COMMENTARY ON KRUEGER: Traits Versus Types in the Classification of Personality Pathology
19 DIMENSIONAL MODELS OF PERSONALITY DISORDER: Coverage and Cutoffs
20 COMMENTARY ON TRULL: Drizzling on the 5 ± 3 Factor Parade
21 COMMENTARY ON TRULL: Just Do It: Replace Axis II With a Diagnostic System Based on the Five-Factor Model of Personality
22 COMMENTARY ON TRULL: Reservations and Hopes
23 CLINICAL UTILITY OF DIMENSIONAL MODELS FOR PERSONALITY PATHOLOGY
24 COMMENTARY ON VERHEUL: Focusing on the Clinician’s Need for a Better Model
25 COMMENTARY ON VERHEUL: Clinical Utility of Dimensional Models for Personality Pathology
26 PERSONALITY DISORDER RESEARCH AGENDA FOR DSM-V
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