2 edition of Personality theory and clinical practice found in the catalog.
Personality theory and clinical practice
First published, London: Methuen, 1984.
|Statement||Peter Fonagy, Anna Higgitt.|
|Series||New essential psychology|
|Contributions||Higgitt, Anna, 1951-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||208|
Schizoid personality disorder and antisocial personality disorder, as well as psychopaths, can in using interpersonal theory, and cognitive and behavioural populations are sufficiently representative of the target group as encountered in clinical practice. Co-morbidity may be the presence of two unrelated conditions, the same condition File Size: KB. Another book might offer specific personality diagnoses (e.g., neurotic or psychotic) based on scores such as those yielded by the different scales of the MMPI. Many issues must be settled before the deceptively simple question of clinical versus statistical prediction can be answered definitively.
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PERSON-CENTERED PERSONALITY THEORY: SUPPORT FROM SELF-DETERMINATION THEORY AND POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY THOMAS G. PATTERSON recently graduated from the Doctoral Programme in clinical psychology at the University of Warwick and Coventry University, UK, where he completed a research thesis on the measure-ment of unconditional positive self-regard.
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