The child behavior checklist dysregulation profile predicts adolescent DSM-5 pathological personality traits 4 years later

  title={The child behavior checklist dysregulation profile predicts adolescent DSM-5 pathological personality traits 4 years later},
  author={Elien De Caluw{\'e} and Mieke Decuyper and Barbara De Clercq},
  journal={European Child \& Adolescent Psychiatry},
Emotional dysregulation in childhood has been associated with various forms of later psychopathology, although no studies have investigated the personality related adolescent outcomes associated with early emotional dysregulation. The present study uses a typological approach to examine how the child behavior checklist-dysregulation profile (CBCL-DP) predicts DSM-5 pathological personality traits (as measured with the personality inventory for the diagnostic and statistical manual of mental… 
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