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Personality Traits - The Role in Psychopathology

Vladimir V. Kalinin

Moscow Research Institute of Psychiatry – The Branch of Serbsky's National Center of Psychiatry and Narcology of Ministry of Health

A researcher with over 300 publications in psychopathology, psychopharmacology, neuropsychiatry, and epileptology, a member of the Russian Society of Psychiatry, and the Russian Society of Epileptology. Dr. Kalinin's biography is included in Marquis "Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare" (2006-2007); Who’s Who in Science and Engineering 2008-2009"; "Who’s Who in the World" (2010, 2011), and in the Cambridge International Biographical Centre.

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Variety of Traits Historical Remarks Modern Definitions and Descriptions Personality Disorders Comorbid Psychopathology Depression Anxiety Obsessions Delusion Treatment of Personality Disorders Phenomenology of Personality Traits Delusional Symptoms

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The personality traits cover the broad range of psychological characteristics of healthy and ill persons. The pathological personality features may be regarded as risk factors for some psychopathological disorders and can lead to their appearance in the future. The main task of a psychiatrist's work concerns the exact and timely diagnosis of mental illness and its treatment. The diagnosis itself includes the understanding of the premorbid personality structure, and determination of the mental disorder prognosis based on the premorbid personality traits analysis. In this context, the role and significance of premorbid personality traits can't be exaggerated.

The current book aims at addressing all mentioned issues and will include three main topics. In the first topic, the history of personality features description will be presented in the full variety. The second topic will present the data on the relationships between different personality traits, and comorbid psychopathological disorders following from certain personality constructs. The third topic will present the different therapeutic approaches to pathological personality types and comorbid psychopathological disorders.
 

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Vladimir V. Kalinin

Moscow Research Institute of Psychiatry – The Branch of Serbsky's National Center of Psychiatry and Narcology of Ministry of Health

Vladimir V. Kalinin was born in1952 into a family of physicians in Orenburg (Russian Federation). He obtained an MD from Moscow State Medical Stomatological University in 1976. In 1976-1977 he completed an internship in Psychiatry. In 1978 he became a scientific researcher at Moscow Research Institute of Psychiatry of Ministry of Health and Social Development where he is currently the department head. His scientific interests concern a broad range of psychiatry problems. The topic of his doctoral thesis in 1996 was the psychopathology and therapy of anxiety disorders with an emphasis on panic disorder. Prof. Kalinin has authored 228 publications, including research articles in professional journals (in Russian and English), three monographs in Russian, and four monographs in English.

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