The recently published DSM-5 included a dimensional model of personality pathology, which includes pathological traits. This model is a response to the many criticisms and problems documented with the traditional categorical modal of personality disorders. To date, numerous studies have demonstrated that the trait model is more valid and reliable than the traditional categorical model (Krueger and Markon 2013). This study expands research on the trait model by assessing the association between the DSM-5 traits and propensity for, or attitudes about, violence.
Jennings, Marissa (2017) "The Association between DSM-5 Personality Pathology Traits and Violence," SMU Journal of Undergraduate Research: Vol. 3, Article 6. DOI: https://doi.org/10.25172/jour.3.1.6
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