The DSM-III personality disorders. Perspectives from psychology.

TitleThe DSM-III personality disorders. Perspectives from psychology.
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication1985
JournalArchives of general psychiatry
Volume42
Issue6
Pagination615-23
ISSN0003-990X
Abstract

Although psychiatry and psychology have shared an interest in the classification of personality throughout the history of both professions, the efforts of each have largely been independent, with little collaboration or communication. We attempt to bridge this gap by describing a number of research programs in psychology that have implications for the psychiatric diagnosis of personality disorders. We discuss in particular the prototypal model of categorization, the use of behavioral indicators, the identification of prototypic acts, the aggregation of behavior across time and situations, the dimensional model of classification, and the interpersonal circumplex.

URLhttps://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamapsychiatry/fullarticle/vol/42/pg/615
Short TitleArch Gen Psychiatry
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