Thomas A Widiger
Thomas A Widiger
T. Marshall Hahn Professor of Psychology, University of Kentucky
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A description of the DSM-III-R and DSM-IV personality disorders with the five-factor model of personality.
PTCJ TA Widiger, TJ Trull, JF Clarkin, C Sanderson
Personality disorders and the five factor model of personality, 1994
The Hierarchical Taxonomy of Psychopathology (HiTOP): A dimensional alternative to traditional nosologies.
R Kotov, RF Krueger, D Watson, TM Achenbach, RR Althoff, RM Bagby, ...
Journal of abnormal psychology 126 (4), 454, 2017
Plate tectonics in the classification of personality disorder: shifting to a dimensional model.
TA Widiger, TJ Trull
American Psychologist 62 (2), 71, 2007
A meta-analytic review of the relationships between the five-factor model and DSM-IV-TR personality disorders: A facet level analysis
DB Samuel, TA Widiger
Clinical psychology review 28 (8), 1326-1342, 2008
The borderline diagnosis I: psychopathology, comorbidity, and personaltity structure
AE Skodol, JG Gunderson, B Pfohl, TA Widiger, WJ Livesley, LJ Siever
Biological psychiatry 51 (12), 936-950, 2002
Diagnostic categories or dimensions? A question for the Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders--
TA Widiger, DB Samuel
Journal of abnormal psychology 114 (4), 494, 2005
Alternative dimensional models of personality disorder: Finding a common ground
TA Widiger, E Simonsen
Journal of personality disorders 19 (2), 110-130, 2005
Using the five-factor model to represent the DSM-IV personality disorders: an expert consensus approach.
DR Lynam, TA Widiger
Journal of abnormal psychology 110 (3), 401, 2001
Consensus criteria for traumatic grief: A preliminary empirical test
HG Prigerson, MK Shear, SC Jacobs, CF Reynolds, PK Maciejewski, ...
The British journal of psychiatry 174 (1), 67-73, 1999
Personality disorders as extreme variants of common personality dimensions: Can the five factor model adequately represent psychopathy?
JD Miller, DR Lyman, TA Widiger, C Leukefeld
Journal of personality 69 (2), 253-276, 2001
Toward DSM—V and the classification of psychopathology.
TA Widiger, LA Clark
Psychological bulletin 126 (6), 946, 2000
Personality and personality disorders.
TA Widiger, PT Costa Jr
Journal of abnormal psychology 103 (1), 78, 1994
The borderline diagnosis II: biology, genetics, and clinical course
AE Skodol, LJ Siever, WJ Livesley, JG Gunderson, B Pfohl, TA Widiger
Biological psychiatry 51 (12), 951-963, 2002
Epidemiology of borderline personality disorder
TA Widiger, MM Weissman
Psychiatric services 42 (10), 1015-1021, 1991
Personality and psychopathology
TA Widiger
World Psychiatry 10 (2), 103, 2011
Assessing the basic traits associated with psychopathy: development and validation of the Elemental Psychopathy Assessment.
DR Lynam, ET Gaughan, JD Miller, DJ Miller, S Mullins-Sweatt, ...
Psychological assessment 23 (1), 108, 2011
Personality and psychopathology: an application of the five‐factor model
TA Widiger, TJ Trull
Journal of personality 60 (2), 363-393, 1992
Gender differences in the diagnosis of mental disorders: Conclusions and controversies of the DSM–IV.
CM Hartung, TA Widiger
Psychological bulletin 123 (3), 260, 1998
Progress in achieving quantitative classification of psychopathology
RF Krueger, R Kotov, D Watson, MK Forbes, NR Eaton, CJ Ruggero, ...
World psychiatry 17 (3), 282-293, 2018
The five-factor narcissism inventory: A five-factor measure of narcissistic personality traits
N Glover, JD Miller, DR Lynam, C Crego, TA Widiger
Journal of personality assessment 94 (5), 500-512, 2012
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