Personality Disorders: Clinical and Social Perspectives: Assessment and Treatment based on DSM-IV and ICD-10
A book about personality disorders which starts with the actual research and clinical developments in the field. The contemporary state will be critically examined and the differential approaches (DSM-IV Millon, the psychoanalytical approach including Kenberg) will be related to each other.
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2 Conceptual problems
DSMIV and ICD10 personality disorders
10 The obsessivecompulsive personality
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