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PERSONALITY DISORDERS IN MODERN LIFE

Autor(es): MILLON
Editorial: JOHN WILEY
Fecha de publicación: mayo 2004
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Nº de páginas: 600
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A revision ofthe leading textbook on personalitydisorders by renowned expert Theodore Millon "Personalities are like impressionistic paintings. At a distance, each person is 'allof a piece'; up close, each isa bewildering complexity of moods, cognitions,and motives." -Theodore MillonExploring the continuum from normal personality traits to the diagnosis and treatment ofsevere cases of personality disorders, Personality Disorders in Modern Life, SecondEdition is unique in its coverage ofboth important historical figures and contemporary theorists in the field. Itscontent spans all the majordisorders-Antisocial, Avoidant,Depressive, Compulsive, Histrionic, Narcissistic, Paranoid, Schizoid, and Borderline-as well as their manysubtypes. Attention to detail andin-depth discussion of the subtletiesinvolved in these debilitating personality disorders make this book anideal companion to the DSM-IV(TM).
Fully updated with the latestresearch and theory, this importanttext features:* Discussion of thedistinctive clinical features and developmentalroots of personality disorders* Balanced coverage of the majortheoretical perspectives-biological, psychodynamic,interpersonal, cognitive, andevolutionary* Individual chapterson all DSM-IV(TM) personality disorders and theirseveral subtypes and mixtures* Case studies throughout the text that bringto life themany faces of these disordersIncluding a new assessment section that singles out behavioral indicators considered to have positive predictive power for the disorders,this Second Edition also includes a special focus ondevelopmental, gender, and cultural issues specific to eachdisorder. A comprehensive reference suitable for today's practitioners,Personality Disorders in Modern Life, SecondEdition features a clear style that alsomakes it a valuable resource for advancedundergraduate and graduate students. The most thoroughbook of itskind, this Second Edition is a powerful, practical resource for alltrainees and professionals in key mental health fields, such as psychology, social work, and nursing.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER1: PERSONALITY DISORDERS: CLASSICAL FOUNDATIONS. Abnormal Behavior and Personality.Early Perspectives on the PersonalityDisorders. The Biological Perspective. The Psychodynamic Perspective. Summary.

CHAPTER2: PERSONALITY DISORDERS: CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVES. The Interpersonal Perspective. The Cognitive Perspective. Trait and Factorial Perspectives. The Evolutionary-Neurodevelopmental Perspective. Summary.

CHAPTER3: DEVELOPMENT OF PERSONALITY DISORDERS. On theInteractive Nature of Developmental Pathogenesis. Pathogenic Biological Factors. Pathogenic Experiential History. Sources of PathogenicLearning. Continuity of Early Learnings.Sociocultural Influences. Summary.

CHAPTER4: ASSESSMENT AND THERAPY OFTHE PERSONALITY DISORDERS. The Assessment of Personality.Psychotherapy of the Personality Disorders. Summary.

CHAPTER5: THE ANTISOCIAL PERSONALITY. From Normality to Abnormality.Variations of the Antisocial Personality. Early Historical Forerunners. The Biological Perspective. The Psychodynamic Perspective. The Interpersonal Perspective. The Cognitive Perspective. The Evolutionary-Neurodevelopmental Perspective. Therapy. Summary.

CHAPTER6: THE AVOIDANTPERSONALITY. From Normality to Abnormality.Variations of the Avoidant Personality.Early Historical Forerunners. The Biological Perspective. The Psychodynamic Perspective. The Interpersonal Perspective. The Cognitive Perspective. The Evolutionary-Neurodevelopmental Perspective. Therapy. Summary.

CHAPTER7: THE OBSESSIVE-COMPULSIVE PERSONALITY. From Normality to Abnormality. Variations of theCompulsive Personality. Early Historical Forerunners. The Psychodynamic Perspective. The Interpersonal Perspective. The Cognitive Perspective.The Evolutionary-Neurodevelopmental Perspective. Therapy. Summary.

CHAPTER8: THE DEPENDENTPERSONALITY. From Normality to Abnormality.Variations of the Dependent Personality.Early Historical Forerunners. The Psychodynamic Perspective. The Interpersonal Perspective. The Cognitive Perspective.The Evolutionary-Neurodevelopmental Perspective. Therapy. Summary.

CHAPTER9: THE HISTRIONICPERSONALITY. From Normality to Abnormality.Variations of the Histrionic Personality. Early Historical Forerunners. The Biological Perspective. The Psychodynamic Perspective. The Interpersonal Perspective. The Cognitive Perspective.The Evolutionary-Neurodevelopmental Perspective. Therapy. Summary.

CHAPTER 10: THENARCISSISTIC PERSONALITY. From Normality to Abnormality. Variations of theNarcissistic Personality. Early Historical Forerunners. The Biological Perspective. The Psychodynamic Perspective. The Interpersonal Perspective. The Cognitive Perspective. The Evolutionary-Neurodevelopmental Perspective. Therapy. Summary

CHAPTER 11: THESCHIZOID PERSONALITY. From Normality to Abnormality. Variations of theSchizoid Personality. The Biological Perspective. The Psychodynamic Perspective. The Interpersonal Perspective. The Cognitive Perspective.The Evolutionary-Neurodevelopmental Perspective. Therapy. Summary.

CHAPTER 12: THESCHIZOTYPAL PERSONALITY. From Normality to Abnormality. Variations of theSchizotypal Personality. Early Historical Forerunners. The Biological Perspective. The Psychodynamic Perspective. The Interpersonal Perspective. The Cognitive Perspective. The Evolutionary-Neurodevelopmental Perspective. Therapy. Summary.

CHAPTER 13: THEPARANOID PERSONALITY. From Normality to Abnormality. Variations of theParanoid Personality. Early Historical Forerunners. The Biological Perspective. The Psychodynamic Perspective. The Interpersonal Perspective. The Cognitive Perspective. The Evolutionary-Neurodevelopmental Perspective. Therapy. Summary.

CHAPTER 14: THEBORDERLINE PERSONALITY. From Normality to Abnormality. Variations of theBorderline Personality. The Biological Perspective. The Psychodynamic Perspective. The Interpersonal Perspective. The Cognitive Perspective.The Evolutionary-Neurodevelopmental Perspective. Therapy. Summary.

CHAPTER 15: PERSONALITYDISORDERS FROM THE APPENDICES OF DSM-III-RAND DSM-IV.The Self-Defeating (Masochistic) Personality. The Sadistic Personality. The Depressive Personality. The Negativistic (Passive-Aggressive) Personality. Summary. References. Author Index. Subject Index.

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