Study Guide to Personality Disorders is a question-and-answer companion that allows you to evaluate your mastery of the subject matter as you progress through The American Psychiatric Publishing Textbook of Personality Disorders, Second Edition. The Study Guide
is made up of approximately 255 questions divided into 24 individual quizzes of 8?17
questions each that correspond to chapters in the Textbook. Questions are followed by an Answer Guide that references relevant text (including the page number) in the Textbook to allow quick access to needed information. Each answer is accompanied by a discussion that not only addresses the correct response but also explains why other responses are not correct.
The Study Guide's companion, The American Psychiatric Publishing Textbook of Personality Disorders, Second Edition has been thoroughly reorganized and updated to reflect new findings, expanded treatment options and considerations, and future directions, such as translational research, enhancing the text's utility while maintaining its reputation as the foremost reference and clinical guide on the subject.
Preface. Personality disorders: recent history and new directions. Theories of personality and personality disorders. Articulating a core dimension of personality pathology. Development, attachment, and childhood experiences. Genetics and neurobiology. Prevalence, sociodemographics, and functional impairment. Manifestations, assessment, and differential diagnosis. Course and outcome. Therapeutic alliance. Psychodynamic psychotherapies and psychoanalysis. Cognitive-behavioral therapy I: basics and principles. Cognitive-behavioral therapy II: specific strategies for personality disorders. Group, family, and couples therapies. Psychoeducation. Somatic treatments. Collaborative treatment. Boundary issues. Assessing and managing suicide risk. Substance the medical setting. Personality disorders in the military operational environment. Translational research in borderline personality disorder. An alternative model for personality disorders: DSM-5 Section III and beyonduse disorders. Antisocial personality disorder and other antisocial behavior. Personality disorders in the medical setting. Personality disorders in the military operational environment. Translational research in borderline personality disorder. An alternative model for personality disorders: DSM-5 Section III and beyond.
About the Author:
Philip R. Muskin, M.D., is Professor of Psychiatry at Columbia University Medical Center, and Chief of Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry at New York's Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center, in New York, New York.