Fb2 Personality Characteristics of the Personality Disordered (Wiley Series on Personality Processes) ePub
by Charles G Costello
|Category:||Medicine and Health Sciences|
|Author:||Charles G Costello|
|Publisher:||Wiley; 1 edition (January 1, 1995)|
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He proposes that what has been gained through the knowledge of the nature of specific personality characteristics should be used to investigate their interrelationships.
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Personality represents the process of learning. It takes place in reference to the environment. We do not acquire all the traits of personality all at once. The studies that were carried out by Ruth Benedict are very valuable in this regard. Studies were conducted on Zuni Indians or Zuni tribes in New Mexico, Dobu tribe of Malaysia and Arapash tribe in New Guinea etc. The studies reveal certain traits regarding the effect of culture on the personality of the members of the society.
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On the whole, the asylum generation of psychiatrists had little t. Historical dictionary of Psychiatry. personality test - noun any test that is intended to assess personality, Hypernyms: ↑test, ↑mental test, ↑mental testing, ↑psychometric test, Hyponyms: ↑projective test, ↑projective device, ↑projective technique, . seful english dictionary.
It has been thoroughly updated to incorporate the changes in the forthcoming DSM-5.
Reculer pour mieux sauter—to retreat so as to better leapahead—is the phrase Dr. Costello uses to articulate thespirit in which this book was conceived. Stated more practically,his goal in presenting this volume is to afford psychotherapists anopportunity to step back from questionable clinical categories andredirect their attention onto the individual personality traitscommonly associated with personality disorders—to moreclearly define them, their origins, and their functionalrelationships—and in so doing, open up new avenues forresearch and provide clinicians with a surer conceptual footingupon which to base diagnoses and devise treatment strategies.
To achieve that end, Dr. Costello invited a group of leadingresearchers and clinicians in the field to share theirunderstanding of the current state of knowledge about personalitydisorders. Over the course of eleven chapters, each devoted to aseparate personality characteristic, these experts review thelatest research data and offer their professional insights into themajor personality characteristics of the personality disordered,including aggressiveness, anxiousness, emotional instability,impulsiveness, dependency, narcissism, detachment, paranoia,obsessiveness, and sensation-seeking.
Personality Characteristics of the Personality Disordered is avaluable resource for clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, andall mental health practitioners, as well as personality theoristsand researchers.
SYMPTOMS OF DEPRESSION
Edited by Charles G. Costello
This groundbreaking book advances our understanding ofdepression by directing focus away from the global syndrome ofdepression and onto the individual symptoms it comprises. Some ofthe field's foremost researchers and clinicians share theirfindings and offer insights into all major symptoms of depression,including dysphoria, anhedonia, sleeping problems, hopelessness,suicide attempts, social dysfunction, cognitive dysfunction, eatingproblems, and more. Each symptom is discussed using a commonformat: definition, measurement, frequency of occurrence, a reviewof clinical and experimental findings that have led to the currenttheories of the causes of the symptom, its functional relationshipto other symptoms of depression, and implications for clinicalpractice.
1993 (0-471-54304-7) 322 pp.
SYMPTOMS OF SCHIZOPHRENIA
Edited by Charles G. Costello
This volume offers readers an opportunity to step back fromunwieldy clinical categories of syndromes and redirect theirattention onto the symptoms that comprise those syndromes. Leadingclinicians and researchers in the field review the current state ofknowledge about the major symptoms common to schizophrenicdisorders and share their insights into thinking disorders,hallucinations, delusions, disorders of affect, ambivalence, socialwithdrawal, anhedonia, psychomotor abnormalities, and more.Symptoms are treated in individual chapters in order of:definition, measurement, frequency, a review of clinical andexperimental findings that have led to current theories of thecauses of the symptom, its functional relationships to othersymptoms, and implications for clinical practice.
1993 (0-471-54875-8) 320 pp.
DISORDERS OF PERSONALITY DSM-IV and Beyond Second Edition
Theodore Millon and Roger D. Davis
This fully revised second edition of Theodore Millon's landmarkwork guides researchers, teachers, and students through the specialcomplexities of this group of disorders and aids clinicians in thedifficult work of diagnosis. A compelling new feature of thisedition is its revised theoretical framework—the learningtheory biosocial approach has grown into a more evolutionary modelthat includes constructs applicable to phylogenesis and humanadaptive styles. Other new features include: the expansion of the15 basic personality prototypes into personality disordersubcategories; an enlarged review of historical and contemporarythinking on personality disorders; an expanded "clinical picture"segment for each chapter; and comprehensive reviews of the newerpersonality prototypes, such as avoidant, narcissistic, borderline,schizotypal, depressive, sadistic, and masochistic. This SecondEdition also includes new chapters on personality assessment andpersonality therapy and an up-to-date review of availableinstruments, as well as an expanded and detailed discussion ofshort-term, focused therapy.
1995 (0-471-01186-X) 768 pp.