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A psychometric evaluation of a reduced version of the PID-5 in clinical and non-clinical adolescents

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A dimensional perspective on personality pathology in which trait assessment plays an important role has been proposed in the DSM-5, as represented in the PID-5 measure. In an attempt to increase the feasibility of the personality disorder (PD) assessment process, Maples and colleagues constructed a reduced, 100-item version of the PID-5. This study aimed to replicate and extend previous findings on the psychometric properties of this 100-item PID-5 relying on a non-clinical (N = 100) and a clinical (N 101) sample of mid-adolescents, as well as a non-clinical (N = 218) and a clinical (N = 212) sample of late-adolescents. Results indicate that the psychometric properties of the 100-item PID-5 are adequate and similar to the original PID-5 in all samples. Our study provides evidence for extended applicability of the 100-item PID-5 for both clinical and non-clinical adolescents
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adolescents, maladaptive personality traits, PID-5, psychometric properties

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Koster, Nagila, et al. “A Psychometric Evaluation of a Reduced Version of the PID-5 in Clinical and Non-Clinical Adolescents.” EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT, 2020.
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Koster, N., Laceulle, O., Van der Heijden, P. T., Klimstra, T., De Clercq, B., Verbeke, L., … Van Aken, M. A. G. (2020). A psychometric evaluation of a reduced version of the PID-5 in clinical and non-clinical adolescents. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT.
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Koster, Nagila, Odilia Laceulle, Paul T. Van der Heijden, Theo Klimstra, Barbara De Clercq, Lize Verbeke, Elien De Caluwé, and Marcel A.G. Van Aken. 2020. “A Psychometric Evaluation of a Reduced Version of the PID-5 in Clinical and Non-Clinical Adolescents.” EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT.
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Koster, Nagila, Odilia Laceulle, Paul T. Van der Heijden, Theo Klimstra, Barbara De Clercq, Lize Verbeke, Elien De Caluwé, and Marcel A.G. Van Aken. 2020. “A Psychometric Evaluation of a Reduced Version of the PID-5 in Clinical and Non-Clinical Adolescents.” EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT.
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Koster N, Laceulle O, Van der Heijden PT, Klimstra T, De Clercq B, Verbeke L, et al. A psychometric evaluation of a reduced version of the PID-5 in clinical and non-clinical adolescents. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT. 2020;
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N. Koster et al., “A psychometric evaluation of a reduced version of the PID-5 in clinical and non-clinical adolescents,” EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT, 2020.
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  abstract     = {A dimensional perspective on personality pathology in which trait assessment plays an important role has been proposed in the DSM-5, as represented in the PID-5 measure. In an attempt to increase the feasibility of the personality disorder (PD) assessment process, Maples and colleagues constructed a reduced, 100-item version of the PID-5. This study aimed to replicate and extend previous findings on the psychometric properties of this 100-item PID-5 relying on a non-clinical (N = 100) and a clinical (N 101) sample of mid-adolescents, as well as a non-clinical (N = 218) and a clinical (N = 212) sample of late-adolescents. Results indicate that the psychometric properties of the 100-item PID-5 are adequate and similar to the original PID-5 in all samples. Our study provides evidence for extended applicability of the 100-item PID-5 for both clinical and non-clinical adolescents},
  author       = {Koster, Nagila and Laceulle, Odilia and Van der Heijden, Paul T. and Klimstra, Theo and De Clercq, Barbara and Verbeke, Lize and De Caluwé, Elien and Van Aken, Marcel A.G.},
  issn         = {1015-5759},
  journal      = {EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT},
  keywords     = {adolescents,maladaptive personality traits,PID-5,psychometric properties},
  language     = {eng},
  title        = {A psychometric evaluation of a reduced version of the PID-5 in clinical and non-clinical adolescents},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1027/1015-5759/a000552},
  year         = {2020},
}

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