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Criterion A of the AMPD in HiTOP

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Widiger, T.; Bach, B.; Chmielewski, M.; Clark, L.; DeYoung, C.; DeYoung, C.; Hopwood, C.; Kotov, R.; Krueger, R.; Miller, J.; Morey, L.; Mullins-Sweatt, S.; Patrick, C.; Pincus, A.; Pincus, A.; Samuel, D.; Sellbom, M.; South, S.; Tackett, J.; Watson, D.; Waugh, M.; Wright, A.; Zimmermann, J.; Bagby, R.; Cicero, D.; Conway, C.; DeClercq, B.; Docherty, A.; Eaton, N.; Forbush, K.; Haltigan, J.; Ivanova, M.; Latzman, R.; Lynam, D.; Markon, K.; Reininghaus, U.; Thomas, K.
Journal of Personality Assessment

Zusammenfassung, Abstract
The categorical model of personality disorder classification in the American Psychiatric Association's Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (5th ed. [DSM-5]; American Psychiatric Association, 2013 ) is highly and fundamentally problematic. Proposed for DSM-5 and provided within Section III (for Emerging Measures and Models) was the Alternative Model of Personality Disorder (AMPD) classification, consisting of Criterion A (self-interpersonal deficits) and Criterion B (maladaptive personality traits). A proposed alternative to the DSM-5 more generally is an empirically based dimensional organization of psychopathology identified as the Hierarchical Taxonomy of Psychopathology (HiTOP; Kotov et~al., 2017 ). HiTOP currently includes, at the highest level, a general factor of psychopathology. Further down are the five domains of detachment, antagonistic externalizing, disinhibited externalizing, thought disorder, and internalizing (along with a provisional sixth somatoform dimension) that align with Criterion B. The purpose of this article is to discuss the potential inclusion and placement of the self-interpersonal deficits of the DSM-5 Section III Criterion A within HiTOP.

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