Alternative Dimensional Models of Personality Disorder: Finding a Common Ground

The recognition of the many limitations of the categorical model of personality disorder classification has led to the development of quite a number

Thomas A. Widiger; Erik Simonsen

2005

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  • The recognition of the many limitations of the categorical model of personality disorder classification has led to the development of quite a number
  • The purpose of this article is to suggest that future research work toward the integration
  • provided using the constructs assessed within existing dimensional models
  • Suggestions for future research that will help lead toward a common, integrative dimensional model of personality disorder are provided
  • Factor structure of the Dimensional Assessment of Personality Pathology–Basic Questionnaire and its relationship with the Revised NEO Personality Inventory in a Japanese sampleOnline publication date: Go to citation Crossref Google Scholar

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