Handbook of Personology and Psychopathology
* Many of the leading clinicians and researchers in psychology are contributors including Otto Kernberg, John Livesley, Robert Bornstein, Jeffrey Magnavita, Drew Westen, Irving Weiner, and Lorna Benjamin
* Represents the culmination of a professional career and a capstone to our publishing program in the area of personality and psychopathology
Part I: Conceptual Issues.
Chapter 1: Evolution as a Foundation for Psychological Theories (Clyde Hendrick).
Chapter 2: Nature and Nurture in Personality Disorders (Joel Paris).
Chapter 3: Identity Diffusion in Severe Personality Disorders (Otto F. Kernberg).
Chapter 4: A Language and Methodology for Studying the Hierarchies in the DSMs (Roger K. Blashfield and Elizabeth H. Flanagan).
Chapter 5: Critique of Psychoanalysis (Adolf Grünbaum).
Part II: Theoretical Models, Topics, and Issues.
Chapter 6: Genetic Contributions to Personality Structure (W. John Livesley and Kerry L. Jang).
Chapter 7: The Interpersonal Nexus of Personality Disorders (Aaron L. Pincus).
Chapter 8: Systems Theory Foundations of Personality, Psychopathology, and Psychotherapy (Jeffrey J. Magnavita).
Chapter 9: Psychodynamic Theory and Personality Disorders (Robert F. Bornstein).
Chapter 10: Self Psychological Foundations of Personality Disorders (Marshall L. Silverstein).
Chapter 11: Political Psychology and Personality (Aubrey Immelman).
Part III: Taxonomy, Classification, and Syndromes.
Chapter 12: Concepts of Normality and the Classification of Psychopathology (Melvin Sabshin).
Chapter 13: Prototype Diagnosis of Personality (Drew Westen and Rebekah Bradley).
Chapter 14: A Five-Factor Model Perspective on Personality Disorders (Paul T. Costa Jr. and Robert R. McCrae).
Chapter 15: Psychopathy as a Personality Construct (Ronald Blackburn).
Chapter 16: Borderline Personality Disorder (Neil Bockian).
Part IV: Assessment Themes.
Chapter 17: Integrative Personality Assessment with Self-Report and Performance-Based Measures (Irving B. Weiner).
Chapter 18: The Study of Psychosocial Factors Influencing Medical Diseases (Michael H. Antoni).
Chapter 19: Personality-Based Assessment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (George S. Everly Jr.).
Chapter 20: Measuring Normal Personality the Millon Way (Stephen Strack).
Chapter 21: Experiences in Translating the Millon Inventories in a European Country (Eric Simonsen).
Chapter 22: Issues in the International Use of Psychological Tests (Jan Derksen and Hedwig Sloore).
Part V: Treatment Issues.
Chapter 23: Addressing Interpersonal and Intrapsychic Components of Personality During Psychotherapy (Lorna Smith Benjamin).
Chapter 24: Cognitive Therapy for the Personality Disorders (Robert L . Leahy, Judith Beck, and Aaron T. Beck).
Chapter 25: Schema Therapy for Personality Disorders (David P. Bernstein).
Chapter 26: The Role of Common Factors in Domain-Focused Psychotherapy for the Personality Disorders (Darwin Dorr).
Chapter 27: Interpersonal Motives and Personality Disorders (Leonard M. Horowitz and Kelly R. Wilson).
Chapter 28: Personology, Personality Disorders, and Psychotherapy Integration (Jerry Gold).
Part VI: Future Perspective.
Chapter 29: Ref lections on the Future of Personology and Psychopathology (Theodore Millon).
Highlights of Theodore Millon’s Career.
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