Journal article
The structure and correlates of self-reported DSM-5 maladaptive personality traits: findings from two German-speaking samples



Publication Details
Authors:
Zimmermann, J.; Altenstein, D.; Altenstein-Yamanaka, D.; Krieger, T.; Holtforth, M.; Pretsch, J.; Alexopoulos, J.; Spitzer, C.; Benecke, C.; Krueger, R.; Markon, K.; Leising, D.
Publication year:
2014
Journal:
Journal of Personality Disorders
Pages range:
518-540
Volume number:
28
Issue number:
4
ISSN:
1943-2763

Abstract
The authors investigated the structure and correlates of DSM-5 maladaptive personality traits in two samples of 577 students and 212 inpatients using the German self-report form of the Personality Inventory for DSM-5. They found that (a) the factor structure of DSM-5 trait facets is largely in line with the proposed trait domains of Negative Affectivity, Detachment, Antagonism, Disinhibition, and Psychoticism; (b) all DSM-5 trait domains except Psychoticism are highly related to the respective domains of the Five-Factor Model of personality; (c) the trait facets are positively associated with a self-report measure of general personality dysfunction; and (d) the DSM-5 trait facets show differential associations with a range of self-reported DSM-IV Axis I disorders. These findings give further support to the new DSM-5 trait model and suggest that it may generalize to other languages and cultures.

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