Conexión entre los rasgos patológicos de la personalidad y la conducta interpersonal

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McCabe, Gillian A.; Vrabel, Jennifer K.; Zeigler-Hill, Virgil;
(2017)
  • Publisher: Faculty of Arts and Scieneces
  • Journal: Psihologijske teme,volume 26,issue 1 (issn: 1332-0742)
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  • Subject: personality; pathological; DSM-5; interpersonal | personalidad; patológico; DSM-5; interpersonal

Un modelo alternativo de rasgos patológicos de la personalidad se ha desarrollado últimamente con la intención de abordar los retos relacionados con el modelo categórico de clasificación de trastornos de la personalidad (p. ej. alta tasa de comorbilidad, coincidencia mí... View more
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