Personality Disorders

Personality Disorders

June 2013 – Vol 15 – No. 2

Editor’s Choice

Timothy Trull and Thomas Widiger analyze the Five-Factor model of personality functioning and compare it with the DSM-5 dimensional trait model.
Mark Zimmerman and Theresa Morgan examine the relationship between borderline personality disorder and bipolar disorder.
Sally Johnson and Eric Elbogen look at the legal and forensic implications of personality disorders, which are frequent in criminal populations.

In This issue

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Marc-Antoine Crocq, MD; David Rubinow, MD

Guest editorial

A perspective on the current issues in the DSM-5 classification of personality disorders
Julien D. Guelfi, MD

State of the art

Dimensional models of personality: the five-factor model and the DSM-5
Timothy J. Trull, PhD; Thomas A. Widiger, PhD

Clinical research

Milestones in the history of personality disorders
Marc-Antoine Crocq, MD

The relationship between borderline personality disorder and bipolar disorder
Mark Zimmerman, MD; Theresa A. Morgan, PhD

Borderline personality disorder in adolescents: the He-who-must-not-be-named of psychiatry
Marie-Pier Larrivée, MD, FRCP (c)

Psychopathy: cognitive and neural dysfunction
R. James R. Blair, PhD

Fear and decision-making in narcissistic personality disorder—a link between psychoanalysis and neuroscience
Elsa Ronningstam, PhD; Arielle R. Baskin-Sommers, MS

Personality disorders at the interface of psychiatry and the law: legal use and clinical classification
Sally C. Johnson, MD; Eric B. Elbogen, PhD

Treatment research

Psychopharmacologic treatment of borderline personality disorder
Luis H. Ripoll, MD

Free paper

Caregiver-mediated approaches to managing challenging behaviors in children with autism spectrum disorder
Laura Grofer Klinger, PhD; Whitney Ence, PhD; Allison Meyer, BA