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Part I: Theoretical and Nosological Issues. Livesley, Conceptual and Taxonomic Issues. Millon, Meagher, Grossman, Theoretical Perspectives. Widiger, Official Classification Systems. Dolan-Sewell, Krueger, Shea, Co-occurrence with Syndrome Disorders. Part II: Etiology and Development. Mattia, Zimmerman, Epidemiology. Coccaro, Biological and Treatment Correlates. Depue, Lenzenweger, A Neurobehavioral Dimensional Model. Jang, Vernon, Genetics. Bartholemew, Kwong, Hart, Attachment. Paris, Psychosocial Adversity. Tickle, Heatherton, Wittenberg, Can Personality Change? Stone, Natural History and Long-term Outcome. Part III: Diagnosis and Assessment. Clark, Harrison, Assessment Instruments. MacKenzie, Personality Assessment in Clinical Practice. Part IV: Treatment. Piper, Joyce, Psychosocial Treatment Outcome. Winston, Rosenthal, Muran, Supportive Psychotherapy. Gabbard, Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. Cottraux, Blackburn, Cognitive Therapy. Ryle, Cognitive Analytic Therapy. Benjamin, Pugh, Using Interpersonal Theory to Select Effective Treatment Interventions. Robins, Ivanoff, Linehan, Dialectical Behavior Therapy. Ruiz-Sancho, Smith, Gunderson, Psychoeducational Approaches. Markovitz, Pharmacotherapy. Part V: Treatment Modalities and Special Issues. MacKenzie, Group Psychotherapy. Azim, Partial Hospitalization Programs. Pilkonis, Treatment Personality Disorders in Association with Symptom Disorders. Hart, Forensic Issues. Livesley, A Framework for an Integrated Approach to Treatment
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