Behaviorally referenced experimentation and symptom validation: a paradigm for 21st-century personality disorder research.

@article{Bornstein2003BehaviorallyRE,
  title={Behaviorally referenced experimentation and symptom validation: a paradigm for 21st-century personality disorder research.},
  author={Robert F Bornstein},
  journal={Journal of personality disorders},
  year={2003},
  volume={17 1},
  pages={1-18}
}
Construct validity problems in contemporary personality disorder (PD) symptoms and diagnoses include poor interrater reliability, high comorbidity, limited discriminant validity, and inadequate criterion validity. These problems are due in part to a limited range of outcome measures and research methods utilized by PD investigators: The vast majority of PD studies use correlational methods to assess relationships among questionnaire- and interview-based self-reports. To strengthen the PD… CONTINUE READING

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