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The hierarchical structure of the Dimensional Assessment of Personality Pathology (DAPP-BQ).
Hierarchical personality models have the potential to identify common and specific components of DSM-IV personality disorders (PDs), and may offer a solution for the re-tooling of personalityExpand
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Thin slices of child personality: Perceptual, situational, and behavioral contributions.
The present study examined whether thin-slice ratings of child personality serve as a resource-efficient and theoretically valid measurement of child personality traits. We extended theoretical workExpand
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A Review of the Direct and Interactive Effects of Life Stressors and Dispositional Traits on Youth Psychopathology
  • Shauna C Kushner
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Child psychiatry and human development
  • 1 October 2015
Stressors and dispositional traits have been implicated in youth psychopathology; however, the direct effects from stressors or traits alone may be insufficient for explaining maladaptiveExpand
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The Relevance of Informant Discrepancies for the Assessment of Adolescent Personality Pathology
In this article, we compare the nature and function of self-parent informant discrepancies for adolescent personality pathology using two methods: standard difference scores (SDS) and polynomialExpand
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Viewing relational aggression through multiple lenses: temperament, personality, and personality pathology.
Dispositional trait frameworks offer great potential to elucidate the nature and development of psychopathology, including the construct of relational aggression. The present study sought to exploreExpand
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Delineating Personality Traits in Childhood and Adolescence
The current investigation addressed several questions in the burgeoning area of child personality assessment. Specifically, the present study examined overlapping and nonoverlapping variance in twoExpand
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The Structure of Internalizing Disorders in Middle Childhood and Evidence for Personality Correlates
The current multi-method multi-informant investigation compared the fit of three competing models of internalizing problems in middle childhood: (1) a unitary factor model, (2) a two-factor modelExpand
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The Impact of Underreporting and Overreporting on the Validity of the Personality Inventory for DSM–5 (PID-5): A Simulation Analog Design Investigation
The Personality Inventory for DSM–5 (PID-5) is a 220-item self-report instrument that assesses the alternative model of personality psychopathology in Section III (Emerging Measures and Models) ofExpand
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A comparison of depressed patients in randomized versus nonrandomized trials of antidepressant medication and psychotherapy
Background: Clinicians and researchers have questioned whether participants in randomized control trials (RCTs) are representative of patients in the broader clinical population. Method: We comparedExpand
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