Disorders of personality: DSM-III, Axis II
Brings together clinical literature on personality disorders in a single source book. Coordinates and evaluates current theory on the subject in close conjunction with the new Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-III) to which the author made substantial contribution in the section on personality disorders. Presents contrasting views of the dynamics and development of each syndrome, with special attention to the newer personality syndromes such as avoidant, narcissistic, borderline, and schizotypal, as well as more common ''mixed'' personality types.
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The Nature of Personality
Systems of Personality Classification
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active affection aggressive ambivalence anger antisocial anxiety Anxiety disorders attention attitudes avoidant personality Axis I Symptoms become behaviors biogenic borderline chapter character character structure characteristic characterized characterology child clinical cognitive concept conflict consequence contrast coping decompensated defensive dementia praecox dependent personality depersonalization depression Despite detached diagnostic differentiated display Dissociative disorders distinction DSM-III dysfunctional early emotional environment erratic exhibit experience expression external fantasy fear feelings formulated frequently functions guilt histrionic histrionic personality hostility humiliation impulses individuals inner intense interpersonal intrapsychic Kraepelin label lack learned MCMI Millon moods narcissists normal noted pain paranoid Paranoid disorders parents passive passive-aggressive pathological patients periods persistent personality disorders personality pathology personality pattern personality syndromes personality types present psychoanalytic psychopathic psychopathology psychotic reactions reality reinforcements rejection relationships response schizoid schizophrenic schizotypal seek social Somatoform disorders stimulation strategies style symptom disorders temperament tendency tension theorists thoughts tion traits variants