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Record identifier : 568247
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : West, Kristopher Yerian
Title and statement of responsibility : Cognitive and perceptual aberrations and the Five-Factor Model [Thesis]
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : University of Kentucky, 1998
Language of the Item : eng
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : Ph.D.
Body granting the degree : , University of Kentucky
Summary or Abstract : The Five-Factor Model (FFM) has accumulated the most empirical support as being a comprehensive model for understanding personality (Widiger & Costa, 1994). Numerous studies have demonstrated the ability of the FFM to explain the DSM personality disorders. However, the FFM has repeatedly failed to incorporate the cognitive and perceptual aberrations characteristic of the schizotypal personality disorder. Previous studies have only used general measures of the schizotypal personality disorder. In the current study, both general measures of schizotypal personality disorder (MMPI-2 Personality Disorder Scales, Morey, Waugh and Blashfield, 1985; Personality Diagnostic Questionnaire-4, Hyler, 1994; and Personality Disorder Interview-IV, Widiger, Mangine, Corbitt, Ellis, & Thomas, 1994) and specific measures of cognitive and perceptual aberrations (Magical Ideation Scale; Eckblad & Chapman, 1983, and Perceptual Aberration Scale; Chapman, Chapman, & Raulin, 1978) were given to 102 inpatient adults from an assessment/stabilization unit of a Midwestern V.A. medical center. The FFM was measured by the NEO-PIR and Tellegen's Inventory of Personal Characteristics (1990). Overall, the results of this study replicated those of previous research. The primary finding of this study was a significant relationship between measures of cognitive and perceptual aberrations with neuroticism (as measured by the NEO-PIR and IPC). Marginal relationships with other FFM domains and facets also were obtained. No evidence for the relationship between openness to experience and cognitive or perceptual distortions was found. However, this study also provided evidence of the independence of cognitive and perceptual aberrations from the FFM. Implications of this study are discussed, and limitations of the study are addressed..
Topical Name Used as Subject : Psychotherapy, Personality, Mental health
Information of biblio record : TL
 
 
 
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