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A Brief but Comprehensive Review of Research on the Alternative DSM-5 Model for Personality Disorders



Details zur Publikation
Autor(inn)en:
Zimmermann, J.; Kerber, A.; Rek, K.; Hopwood, C.; Krueger, R.
Publikationsjahr:
2019
Zeitschrift:
Current psychiatry reports
Seitenbereich:
92
Jahrgang/Band:
21
Heftnummer:
9

Zusammenfassung, Abstract
PURPOSE OF REVIEW Both the Alternative DSM-5 Model for Personality Disorders (AMPD) and the chapter on personality disorders (PD) in the recent version of ICD-11 embody a shift from a categorical to a dimensional paradigm for the classification of PD. We describe these new models, summarize available measures, and provide a comprehensive review of research on the AMPD. RECENT FINDINGS A total of 237 publications on severity (criterion A) and maladaptive traits (criterion B) of the AMPD indicate (a) acceptable interrater reliability, (b) largely consistent latent structures, (c) substantial convergence with a range of theoretically and clinically relevant external measures, and (d) some evidence for incremental validity when controlling for categorical PD diagnoses. However, measures of criterion A and B are highly correlated, which poses conceptual challenges. The AMPD has stimulated extensive research with promising findings. We highlight open questions and provide recommendations for future research.

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