Disorders  Megan Harrington
DSM-IV Personality   Disorders•How we classify/categorize disorders•Defined as problems in pervasive  patterns of thinking ...
Cluster A - Odd/         Eccentric• Paranoid - paranoia, pervasive, long-  standing suspiciousness/mistrust of others• Sch...
Cluster B - Dramatic/     Emotional/Erratic• Antisocial - pervasive pattern of disregard for or  violation of the rights o...
Cluster C - Anxious/          Fearful• Avoidant - pervasive pattern of social inhibition,   feelings of inadequacy, extrem...
Seven Types of        Disorders:1. Antisocial/Psychopathic - grandiosity   and a pervasive pattern of taking   advantage o...
Seven Types of        Disorders:3. Borderline - intense emotionality,   impulsivity, internal feelings of   emptiness and ...
Seven Types of         Disorders:5. Obsessive Compulsive - hyper focused on   details and are excessively stubborn, rigid,...
DSM-IV Disorders and      Big Five Traits•grounded in personality science•treats personality disorders as  extremes (high/...
(Continued)•O - openness•C - conscientiousness•E - extraversion•A - agreeableness•N - neuroticism/emotional stability
(Continued)• O - psychoticism• C - compulsivity (high C), disinhibition (low C)• E - detachment (low E)• A - antagonism (l...
Problems with the         DSM-IV• poorly defined - based on theoretical views  without much research• individual symptoms v...
In Harry Potter•http://lesterleung.wordpress.com/  2008/05/20/ddx-harry-potter/•Cluster A:1. Paranoid - Cornelius Fudge2. ...
(Continued)•Cluster B:1. Antisocial - Voldemort2. Borderline - Moaning Myrtle3. Histrionic - Bellatrix Lestrange4. Narciss...
(Continued)•Cluster C:1. Avoidant - Rubeus Hagrid2. Obsessive Compulsive - Dolores   Umbridge3. Dependent - Peter Pettigrew
(Continued)•http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=_vHF0Wyz_Js•http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=rwzNpFWiOTg•http://www.youtube.com...
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    1. 1. Disorders Megan Harrington
    2. 2. DSM-IV Personality Disorders•How we classify/categorize disorders•Defined as problems in pervasive patterns of thinking and behaving•Impairments in either self functioning (identity, self direction) or interpersonal functioning (empathy, intimacy)
    3. 3. Cluster A - Odd/ Eccentric• Paranoid - paranoia, pervasive, long- standing suspiciousness/mistrust of others• Schizoid - lack of interest in social relationships, emotional coldness, apathy• Schizotypal - anxiety in social setting, odd behavior/thinking, unconventional beliefs
    4. 4. Cluster B - Dramatic/ Emotional/Erratic• Antisocial - pervasive pattern of disregard for or violation of the rights of others• Borderline - unusual degree of instability in variability and depth of moods, chaotic• Histrionic - excessive emotionality and attention- seeking, excessive/inappropriate need for approval• Narcissistic - excessively preoccupied with personal adequacy, power, prestige, and vanity
    5. 5. Cluster C - Anxious/ Fearful• Avoidant - pervasive pattern of social inhibition, feelings of inadequacy, extreme sensitivity to negative evaluation, and avoidance of social interactions• Dependent - pervasive pattern of dependence on others to meet emotional needs, inadequate, helpless• Obsessive/Compulsive - pervasive pattern of preoccupation with orderliness, perfectionism, and mental and interpersonal control at the expense of flexibility, openness, and efficiency
    6. 6. Seven Types of Disorders:1. Antisocial/Psychopathic - grandiosity and a pervasive pattern of taking advantage of other people2. Avoidant - Inhibited from forming and maintaing relationships out of fears of humiliation and rejection
    7. 7. Seven Types of Disorders:3. Borderline - intense emotionality, impulsivity, internal feelings of emptiness and rejection4. Narcissistic - impairments in self and interpersonal functioning, problems with exaggerated personality and identity, and failures in empathy and intimacy
    8. 8. Seven Types of Disorders:5. Obsessive Compulsive - hyper focused on details and are excessively stubborn, rigid, and moralistic6. Schizotypal - characterized by odd thinking and appearances or confused states7. Personality disorder trait specified (catch all for everything else)
    9. 9. DSM-IV Disorders and Big Five Traits•grounded in personality science•treats personality disorders as extremes (high/low) of the traditional personality trait dimensions
    10. 10. (Continued)•O - openness•C - conscientiousness•E - extraversion•A - agreeableness•N - neuroticism/emotional stability
    11. 11. (Continued)• O - psychoticism• C - compulsivity (high C), disinhibition (low C)• E - detachment (low E)• A - antagonism (low A)• N - negative affectivity (high N)
    12. 12. Problems with the DSM-IV• poorly defined - based on theoretical views without much research• individual symptoms vague• hard to operationalize in a real world setting - new DSM-V dimensions classification should solve this• inadequate relationship/connection to modern personality theory
    13. 13. In Harry Potter•http://lesterleung.wordpress.com/ 2008/05/20/ddx-harry-potter/•Cluster A:1. Paranoid - Cornelius Fudge2. Schizoid - Severus Snape3. Schizotypal - Sybill Trelawney
    14. 14. (Continued)•Cluster B:1. Antisocial - Voldemort2. Borderline - Moaning Myrtle3. Histrionic - Bellatrix Lestrange4. Narcissistic - Gilderoy Lockhart
    15. 15. (Continued)•Cluster C:1. Avoidant - Rubeus Hagrid2. Obsessive Compulsive - Dolores Umbridge3. Dependent - Peter Pettigrew
    16. 16. (Continued)•http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=_vHF0Wyz_Js•http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=rwzNpFWiOTg•http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=6GPS8Xe8wIU

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