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- 1 Historical Overview of Personality DisordersThomas A. Widiger
- 2 The Current State of Personality Disorders Through the Lens of PDTRTCarl W. Lejuez, Alexis Matusiewicz, Nadia Bounoua, and James Soldinger
- 3 Personality Disorders as Collections of Traits Joshua D. Miller
- 4 Using Basic Personality Process Models to Inform the Personality Disorders: Core Momentary Stressor-Symptom Contingencies as Basic EtiologyWilliam Fleeson, R. Michael Furr, Malek Mneimne, and Elizabeth Mayfield Arnold
- 5 The Interpersonal Situation: Integrating Personality Assessment, Case Formulation, and InterventionChristopher J. Hopwood, Aaron L. Pincus, and Aidan G. C. Wright
- 6 Personality Dysfunction and Trait Extremity: Conceptually, but Not Empirically Distinct?Lee Anna Clark, Elizabeth J. Daly, Stephanie Larew, Hallie Nuzum, Thomas Kingsbury, Jaime L. Shapiro, Xia Allen, and Eunyoe Ro
- 7 The Principles of Personality Trait Development and Their Relation to PsychopathologyBrent W. Roberts and Rodica I. Damian
- 8 Advances in Child Personality Research and Relevance for Personality PathologyJennifer L. Tackett, Kathleen W. Reardon, Kathrin Herzhoff, and Shauna C. Kushner
- 9 The Prevalence, Stability, and Impact of Personality Pathology in Later Life: Preliminary Findings From the SPAN StudyThomas F. Oltmanns and Steve Balsis
- 10 Personality as Adaptation: Perspectives From Nonhuman PrimatesJohn P. Capitanio and William A. Mason
- 11 Molecular Trait Psychology: Advancing the Field by Moving From Gene Hunting to Tool MakingTurhan Canli