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The properties of self-report research measures: Beyond psychometrics
Self-report measures pertinent for personality disorder are widely used and many are available. Their relative merits are usually assessed on nomothetic psychometrics and acceptability to users is neglected. We report ...
The voice of detainees in a high security setting on services for people with personality disorder
BACKGROUND: British government Home and Health Departments have been consulting widely about service development for people with ' dangerous severe personality disorder' (DSPD). There has, however, been no consultation ...
Service innovations: Development of a psychoeducational programme for patients with personality disorder
Aims and method: This study describes a survey of in-patients with personality disorder admitted to a specialist personality disorder unit, in terms of their knowledge and understanding of their diagnosis, and the subsequent ...
Proposals for managing dangerous people with severe personality disorder: New legislation and new follies in a historical context
Current proposals in England and Wales to ' capture' an ill-defined group of anti-social and violent people within the widest possible definition of mental disorder, and thereby to detain them under proposed new mental ...