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Plate Tectonics in the Classification of Personality Disorders: Shifting to a Dimensional Model

Plate Tectonics in the Classification of Personality Disorders: Shifting to a Dimensional Model

Plate Tectonics in the Classification of Personality Disorders: Shifting to a Dimensional Model

The American Academy of Clinical Psychology
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To take this course, read the article, fill out the required information and submit your learning evaluation answers.

Objectives

Objective 1
1. Understand the scientific weaknesses of the syndrome classification model

Objective 2
2. Understand the scientific advantages and the clinical weaknesses of the dimensional
model for classification
Objective 3
3. Know of some promising approaches to creating a dimensional model for use in DSM5
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The American Academy of Clinical Psychology
on behalf of American Academy of Clinical Psychology

The American Academy of Clinical Psychology sponsors this distance learning course.

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This course is based on an article by Widiger, T. & Trull, T

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