Comparison of alternative models for personality disorders

@article{Morey2006ComparisonOA,
  title={Comparison of alternative models for personality disorders},
  author={L. Morey and C. Hopwood and J. Gunderson and A. Skodol and M. Shea and S. Yen and R. Stout and M. Zanarini and C. Grilo and C. Sanislow and T. McGlashan},
  journal={Psychological Medicine},
  year={2006},
  volume={37},
  pages={983 - 994}
}
Background. The categorical classification system for personality disorder (PD) has been frequently criticized and several alternative dimensional models have been proposed. Method. Antecedent, concurrent and predictive markers of construct validity were examined for three models of PDs: the Five-Factor Model (FFM), the Schedule for Nonadaptive and Adaptive Personality (SNAP) model and the DSM-IV in the Collaborative Study of Personality Disorders (CLPS) sample. Results. All models showed… Expand
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