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'The editors have put together a comprehensive handbook on pressing issues concerning the causes, constructs, evaluation, and treatment of personality pathology. By incorporating a novel format of formal chapters, commentaries, and rejoinders provided by authors from across the career spectrum, this volume is sure to impact personality research for years to come.' Andrew E. Skodol, University of Arizona, Tucson
'This handbook is a comprehensive examination of the facts and issues in the diagnosis, treatment, and neurobiology of personality disorders. It brings together many of the core theorists, clinicians, and researchers in the field, making it a must-read for any serious student of this topic and an excellent reference for researchers at any level.' Mary C. Zanarini, Harvard University and Director of the Laboratory for the Study of Adult Development, McLean Hospital
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Carl W. Lejuez is the Interim Provost at the University of Kansas, where he is also a professor in the Department of Psychology. He served as founding editor of the journal Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment. Kim L. Gratz is Professor and Chair of the Department of Psychology at the University of Toledo, Ohio. She has received awards from the National Education Alliance for Borderline Personality Disorder and the North American Society for the Study of Personality Disorders.
List of figures; List of tables; List of contributors; Introduction to the Cambridge Handbook of Personality Disorders Carl W. Lejuez and Kim L. Gratz; Part I. Etiology: 1. Neuroimaging in personality disorders Chi C. Chan, Daniel H. Vaccaro, Nina L. J. Rose, Laura E. Kessler and Erin A. Hazlett; 2. Issues and new directions in personality disorder genetics Kerry L. Jang and Fiona Choi; 3. Environmental and sociocultural influences on personality disorders Brianna J. Turner, Julie Prud'homme and Nicole Legg; 4. Personality pathology in youth Carla Sharp and Barbara De Clercq; Part II. Models: 5. Controversies in the classification and diagnosis of personality disorders Joel Paris; 6. Categorical models of personality disorders Igor Weinberg; 7. The five-factor model of personality disorders Joshua D. Miller and Thomas A. Widiger; 8. Interpersonal models of personality pathology Michael J. Roche and Emily B. Ansell; Part III. Individual Disorders and Clusters: 9. Cluster a personality disorders John G. Kerns; 10. Borderline personality disorder Alexander L. Chapman, Nora H. Hope and Brianna J. Turner; 11. An integrative biobehavioral trait perspective on antisocial personality disorder and psychopathy Sarah J. Brislin and Christopher J. Patrick; 12. Narcissistic and histrionic personality disorders Aaron L. Pincus, Sindes Dawood, Leila Z. Wu and Chloe F. Bliton; 13. Cluster C anxious-fearful personality pathology and avoidance Charles A. Sanislow and Anna Darre Hector; Part IV. Assessment: 14. Methods and current issues in dimensional assessments of personality pathology Chloe M. Evans, Trevor F. Williams and Leonard J. Simms; 15. Categorical assessment of personality disorders: considerations of reliability and validity Janine D. Flory; 16. Assessment of mechanisms in personality disorders Sheila E. Crowell, Parisa R. Kaliush and Robert D. Vlisides-Henry; Part V. Treatment: 17. Cognitive behavioral approaches M. Zachary Rosenthal, Kristin P. Wyatt and Kibby McMahon; 18. Psychoanalytic/psychodynamic approaches to personality disorders Peter Fonagy, Anthony Bateman, Patrick Luyten, Elizabeth Allison and Chloe Campbell; 19. Using DSM-5 and ICD-11 personality traits in clinical treatment Bo Bach and Jennifer Presnall-Shvorin; 20. Brief therapeutic approaches for personality disorders Katherine L. Dixon-Gordon, Lindsey C. Conkey and Sherry E. Woods; 21. Recent developments in the pharmacologic management of personality disorders Paul S. Links, Philippe Boursiquot and Madison Links; Index.