Disordered personalities at work

@article{Board2005DisorderedPA,
  title={Disordered personalities at work},
  author={Belinda Jane Board and Katarina Fritzon},
  journal={Psychology, Crime \& Law},
  year={2005},
  volume={11},
  pages={17 - 32}
}
Current categorical classification systems of personality disorders (PDs) remain widely used amid growing evidence that argues against the conceptualisation of PDs as independent, discrete entities. Adopting the dimensional perspective of Morey et al. (Journal of Personality Assessment, 49, 245–251, 1985), this study compared PD traits across forensic, psychiatric and “normal” senior business manager samples. There was particular interest in the relative representations of elements of PD… Expand
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