Personality, Personality Disorder and Violence

Personality, Personality Disorder and Violence

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Presents the evidence-base for links between personality traits, psychological functioning, personality disorder and violence - with a focus on assessment and treatment approaches that will help clinicians to assess risk in this client group. An evidence-based examination of those personality traits and types of psychological functioning that may contribute to personality disorder and violence- and the links that can be made between the two Each chapter tackles an area of personality or psychological functioning and includes a developmental perspective, discussion of how to gauge risk, and an outline of effective treatments Traits covered include impulsivity, aggressiveness, narcissism and the a€˜Big Fivea€™ - neuroticism, extraversion, openness, agreeableness and conscientiousness New for the prestigious Wiley Series in Forensic Clinical Psychology, a market leader with more than 20, 000 books in printLivesley, W.J. andJackson, D.N. (inpress)Manual fortheDimensional Assessment ofPersonality Pathology-Basic Questionnaire, Sigma Press, Port Huron, MI. Livesley, W.J., Jang, K.L., ... Harvard Review of Psychiatry, 3, 326a€“40. ... 221a€“68. Sadger, J. (1910) Ein Fall von multiplier Perversion mit hysterischen NARCISSISM 111.

Title:Personality, Personality Disorder and Violence
Author:Mary McMurran, Richard Howard
Publisher:John Wiley and Sons - 2009-09-28


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