Using the five-factor model to represent the DSM-IV personality disorders: an expert consensus approach.

@article{Lynam2001UsingTF,
  title={Using the five-factor model to represent the DSM-IV personality disorders: an expert consensus approach.},
  author={Donald R. Lynam and Thomas A. Widiger},
  journal={Journal of abnormal psychology},
  year={2001},
  volume={110 3},
  pages={
          401-12
        }
}
This study sought to extend previous work on the five-factor dimensional model (FFM) of personality disorder (PD) by developing more comprehensive FFM descriptions of prototypic cases. Specifically, the authors asked experts in each of the 10 DSM-IV PDs to rate the prototypic case by using all 30 facets of the FFM. Aggregating across raters of the given disorder generated a prototype for each disorder. In general, there was good agreement among experts and with previous theoretical and… CONTINUE READING

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