Disorders of Personality: Introducing a DSM/ICD Spectrum from Normal to Abnormal, 3rd Edition
Part I Historical, Theoretical, and Methodological Foundations.
1 Historical, Modern, and Contemporary Approaches to Personology.
2 Sources of Personologic and Psychopathologic Development.
3 Clinical Methods and Instruments of Personalized Assessment.
4 Logic and Modalities of Personalized Psychotherapy.
5 Classification Considerations, DSM-V Prelims and Proposals for Personology
Part II Interpersonally Imbalanced Spectra.
6 Deferential Styles, Attached Types, Dependent Disorders: The DAD Spectrum.
7 Sociable Styles, Pleasuring Types, Histrionic Disorders. The SPH Spectrum.
8 Confident Styles, Egotistic Types, Narcissistic Disorders. The CEN Spectrum.
9 Aggrandizing Styles, Devious Types, Antisocial Disorders, the ADA Spectrum.
Part III Intrapsychically Conflicted Spectra.
10 Reliable Styles, Constricted Types, Compulsive Disorders. The RCC Spectrum.
11 Discontented Styles, Resentful Types,Negativistic Disorders, the DRN Spectrum.
12 Abused Styles, Aggrieved Types, Masochistic Disorders: the AAM Spectrum.
13 Assertive Styles, Denigrating Types, Sadistic Disorders. The ADS Spectrum.
Part IV Emotionally Extreme Spectra.
14 Apathetic Styles, Asocial Types, Schizoid Disorders. The AAS Spectrum.
15 Shy Styles, Reticent Types, Avoidant Disorders. The SRA Spectrum.
16 Dejected Styles, Forlorn Types, Melancholic Disorders. The DFM Spectrum.
17 Ebullient Styles, Exuberant Types, Turbulent Disorders. The EET Spectrum.
Part V Structurally Defective Spectra.
18 Eccentric Styles, Schizotypal Types, Schizophrenic Disorders. The ESS Spectrum.
19 Unstable Styles, Borderline Types,Cyclophrenic Disorders. The UBC Spectrum.
20 Mistrustful Styles, Paranoid Types, Paraphrenic Disorders. The MPP Spectrum.
—Robert F. Krueger, PhD, Hathaway Distinguished Professor Department of Psychology, University of Minnesota
"This a masterly and erudite volume. Beautifully written by one of the most respected scholars in the field, it provides an authoritative and encyclopaedic overview of all aspects of personality disorder. At the same time, Dr. Millon provides an elegant and integrative theoretical structure that enriches our understanding of personality pathology. This stimulating volume is an essential resource for anyone wishing to treat, study, or understand these complex disorders."
—John Livesley, M.D., PhD, Professor Emeritus, Department of Psychiatry, The University of British Columbia
"The third edition of Millon's classic text, Disorders of Personality, is a scholarly, comprehensive masterpiece. Wonderfully organized, the book links normal styles with specific pathological styles, while teaching us about the major thinkers in the personality field. Millon is a towering figure among these experts, and this new edition of his voice of wisdom is welcome indeed."
—John M. Oldham, M.D., Senior Vice President and Chief of Staff The Menninger Clinic, President-Elect, American Psychiatric Association