- Author:C. Robert Cloninger
- Publisher:American Psychiatric Publishing; 1 edition (June 1, 1999)
- Pages:544 pages
- Subcategory:Medicine & Health Sciences
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Robert Cloninger, American Psychopathological Association.
Robert Cloninger, American Psychopathological Association. Recent findings have clarified the importance of personality in the development and expression of psychopathology. In light of such discoveries, this reference examines the relationship of personality traits with psychopathology from several interlocking perspectives - descriptive, developmental, etiological, and therapeutic.
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American Psychopathological Association, C. Robert Cloninger.
American Psychopathological Association, New York, New York.
Personality and Psychopathology. American Psychopathological Association.
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Claude Robert Cloninger, . is Wallace Renard Professor of Psychiatry, Professor of Psychology and Genetics, and Director of the Center for Well-Being at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.
Personality and Psychopathology book.
Personality and Psychopathology compiles the conclusions of more than 30 internationally recognized experts who each carefully examine the link between personality traits and psychopathology. Recent findings have clarified the importance of personality in the development and expression of psychopathology.
In light of such discoveries, this reference examines the relationship of personality traits with psychopathology from several interlocking perspectives -- descriptive, developmental, etiological, and therapeutic. It successfully tackles - A description of the frequency and patterns of overlap between personality and psychopathology- The structure and stability of normal personality traits across the life span and their relation to psychopathology- An analysis of personality disorders from three different approaches- The causes of individual differences in personality and psychopathology from genetic, psychosocial, and neurobiological perspectives- The role of personality in the treatment of psychopathology
Complete with illustrative charts, this all-inclusive resource provides invaluable information on the link between personality and psychopathology.