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The Resource Contemporary directions in psychopathology : scientific foundations of the DSM-V and ICD-11, edited by Theodore Millon, Robert F. Krueger, Erik Simonsen

Contemporary directions in psychopathology : scientific foundations of the DSM-V and ICD-11, edited by Theodore Millon, Robert F. Krueger, Erik Simonsen

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Contemporary directions in psychopathology : scientific foundations of the DSM-V and ICD-11
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Contemporary directions in psychopathology
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scientific foundations of the DSM-V and ICD-11
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edited by Theodore Millon, Robert F. Krueger, Erik Simonsen
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eng
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illustrations
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index present
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RC454
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.C647 2010
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bibliography
Contemporary directions in psychopathology : scientific foundations of the DSM-V and ICD-11, edited by Theodore Millon, Robert F. Krueger, Erik Simonsen
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents
  • A sociological conception of the borderline personality disorder epidemic
  • Theodore Millon
  • Philosophical issues in the classification of psychopathology
  • Peter Zachar and Kenneth S. Kendler
  • Classification considerations in psychopathology and personology
  • Theodore Millon
  • Diagnostic taxa as open concepts : metatheoretical and statistical questions about reliability and construct validity in the grand strategy of nosological revision
  • Paul E. Meehl
  • Contemplations on Meehl (1986): the territory, Paul's map, and our progress in psychopathology classification (or, the challenge of keeping up with a beacon 30 years ahead of the field)
  • Mark F. Lenzenweger
  • A précis of psychopathological history
  • Issues of construct validity in psychological diagnoses
  • Gregory T. Smith and Jessica Combs
  • The meaning of comorbidity among common mental disorders
  • Nicholas R. Eaton, Susan C. South, and Robert F. Krueger
  • The connections between personality and psychopathology
  • Susan C. South, Nicolas R. Eaton, and Robert F. Krueger
  • Is it true that mental disorders are so common, and so commonly co-occur?
  • Mario Maj
  • Taking disorder seriously : a critique of psychiatric criteria for mental disorders from the harmful-dysfunction perspective
  • Jerome C. Wakefield
  • Theodore Millon and Erik Simonsen
  • On the substantive grounding and clinical utility of categories versus dimensions
  • William M. Grove and Scott I. Vrieze
  • A short history of a psychiatric diagnostic category that turned out to be a disease
  • Roger K. Blashfield and Jared Keely
  • Concepts and methods for researching categories and dimensions in psychiatric diagnosis
  • Helena Chmura Kraemer
  • The integration of categorical and dimensional approaches to psychopathology
  • Erik Simonsen
  • Dimensionalizing existing personality disorder categories
  • Andrew E. Skodol
  • Themes in the evolution of the 20th-century DSMs
  • An empirically based prototype diagnostic system for DSM-V and ICD-11
  • Kile M. Ortigo, Bekh Bradley, and Drew Westen
  • The Millon personality spectrometer : a tool for personality spectrum analyses, diagnoses, and treatments
  • Theodore Millon, Seth Grossman, and Robert Tringone
  • Neuroscientific foundations of psychopathology
  • Christopher J. Patrick and Edward M. Bernat
  • Using evolutionary principles for deducing normal and abnormal personality patterns
  • Theodore Millon - Biopsychosocial models and psychiatric diagnosis
  • Joel Paris
  • Reactivating the psychodynamic approach to the classification of psychopathology
  • Roger K. Blashfield, Elizabeth Flanagan, and Kristin Raley
  • Sidney J. Blatt and Patrick Luyten
  • A life course approach to psychoses : outcome and cultural variation
  • Rina Dutta and Robin M. Murray
  • The interpersonal nexus of personality and psychopathology
  • Aaron L. Pincus, Mark R. Lukowitsky, and Aidan G.C. Wright
  • Reconceptualizing autism spectrum disorders as autism-specific learning disabilities and styles
  • Bryna Siegel
  • Describing relationship patterns in DSM-V : a preliminary proposal
  • Marianne Z. Wamboldt, Steven R. H. Beach, Nadine J. Kaslow ...[et al.]
  • On the diversity of the borderline syndromes
  • On the wisdom of considering culture and context in psychopathology
  • Michael H. Stone
  • Joseph P. Gone and Laurence J. Kirmayer
  • Cultural issues in the coordination of DSM-V and ICD-11
  • Renato D. Alarcón
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xvii, 622 p.
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9781606235324
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2009028186
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ill.
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(OCoLC)427644798

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