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General and maladaptive personality dimensions and the assessment of callous-unemotional traits in adolescence

Mieke Decuyper (UGent) , Marleen De Bolle (UGent) , Filip De Fruyt (UGent) and Barbara De Clercq (UGent)
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Associations between callous-unemotional traits and general and mal-adaptive personality dimensions are examined in adolescence. More specifically, it was investigated to what extent general and maladaptive personality dimensions can account for the variance in callous-unemotional (CU) scores. Adolescents (N = 509) and their mothers completed the Inventory of Callous-Unemotional Traits (ICU; Frick, 2003), the Hierarchical Personality Inventory for Children (HiPIC; Mervielde & De Fruyt, 1999, 2002), and the Dimensional Personality Symptom Item Pool (DIPS!; De Clercq, De Fruyt, Van Leeuwen, & Mervielde, 2006). Both personality measures accounted for substantial variance in ICU scores and the overall CU profile in terms of the HiPIC and DIPSI was consistent with psychopathy conceptualizations and consistent across informant. Implications for the assessment of early externalizing trait pathology are discussed.
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DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVE, FACET LEVEL ANALYSIS, NEO-PI-R, 5-FACTOR MODEL, DSM-V, PSYCHOPATHY CHECKLIST, FLEDGLING PSYCHOPATH, ANTISOCIAL-BEHAVIOR, DISORDER SYMPTOMS, CONDUCT PROBLEMS

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Decuyper, Mieke, Marleen De Bolle, Filip De Fruyt, and Barbara De Clercq. 2011. “General and Maladaptive Personality Dimensions and the Assessment of Callous-unemotional Traits in Adolescence.” Journal of Personality Disorders 25 (5): 681–701.
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Decuyper, Mieke, De Bolle, M., De Fruyt, F., & De Clercq, B. (2011). General and maladaptive personality dimensions and the assessment of callous-unemotional traits in adolescence. JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY DISORDERS, 25(5), 681–701.
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Decuyper M, De Bolle M, De Fruyt F, De Clercq B. General and maladaptive personality dimensions and the assessment of callous-unemotional traits in adolescence. JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY DISORDERS. 2011;25(5):681–701.
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Decuyper, Mieke, Marleen De Bolle, Filip De Fruyt, et al. “General and Maladaptive Personality Dimensions and the Assessment of Callous-unemotional Traits in Adolescence.” JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY DISORDERS 25.5 (2011): 681–701. Print.
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  abstract     = {Associations between callous-unemotional traits and general and mal-adaptive personality dimensions are examined in adolescence. More specifically, it was investigated to what extent general and maladaptive personality dimensions can account for the variance in callous-unemotional (CU) scores. Adolescents (N = 509) and their mothers completed the Inventory of Callous-Unemotional Traits (ICU; Frick, 2003), the Hierarchical Personality Inventory for Children (HiPIC; Mervielde \& De Fruyt, 1999, 2002), and the Dimensional Personality Symptom Item Pool (DIPS!; De Clercq, De Fruyt, Van Leeuwen, \& Mervielde, 2006). Both personality measures accounted for substantial variance in ICU scores and the overall CU profile in terms of the HiPIC and DIPSI was consistent with psychopathy conceptualizations and consistent across informant. Implications for the assessment of early externalizing trait pathology are discussed.},
  author       = {Decuyper, Mieke and De Bolle, Marleen and De Fruyt, Filip and De Clercq, Barbara},
  issn         = {0885-579X},
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY DISORDERS},
  keyword      = {DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVE,FACET LEVEL ANALYSIS,NEO-PI-R,5-FACTOR MODEL,DSM-V,PSYCHOPATHY CHECKLIST,FLEDGLING PSYCHOPATH,ANTISOCIAL-BEHAVIOR,DISORDER SYMPTOMS,CONDUCT PROBLEMS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {5},
  pages        = {681--701},
  title        = {General and maladaptive personality dimensions and the assessment of callous-unemotional traits in adolescence},
  volume       = {25},
  year         = {2011},
}

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