Personality Disorders: Elements, History, Examples, and Research (Health and Psychology Sourcebooks)
Details each of the 10 personality disorders, in a format that makes locating information easy.
Personality Disorders systematically explores 10 personality disorders. Each chapter presents a comprehensive and in-depth picture of a particular disorder and its effects, not only on those who suffer from it but also on family, friends, and colleagues as well as the community at large.
Chapters focus on important parameters such as symptoms, diagnosis, incidence, history, development, causes, effects, and costs. Relevant case histories and Up Close sections illustrate how the disorder may manifest in different environments and reveal how the disorder can affect a person's interactions within society, at work, and in personal relationships. Research and theories about each particular disorder are also included. Every chapter closes with a discussion of various treatment approaches and a brief list of references, providing for a meaningful presentation for readers at the undergraduate student level and beyond.
• Provides a glossary for terms used in association with the disorders
• Offers a "For Further Reading" section of recommendations for continued study of personality disorders
• Presents additional resources that can provide further information, assistance, and professional connections
• Features a detailed index for quick location of specific information
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