B

Baby boomers, aging, 3 Binding, function of, 270-271 Bolstering, function of, 270 Borderline personality disorder, 67-81

age-bias of criteria, 69-72 case example, 74-81 clinical description, 67-69 pattern and impact, 72-74 Buffering, function of, 269-270

Character, derivation of the term, 9 Chart/record review, 232-234 Chronicity, 15 Clinical interview, 234-239 physical health and, 237-239 semi-structured, 251-262 Cluster A, 14, 23-54, 137-147 paranoid, 27-35

age-bias of criteria, 29-30 case example, 31-35 clinical description, 27-29 pattern and impact, 30-31

Cluster A (Continued) schizoid, 36-39 age-bias of criteria, 37-38 case example, 39-44 clinical description, 36-37 pattern and impact, 38-39 schizotypal, 44-54 age-bias of criteria, 46 case example, 48-54 clinical description, 44-46 pattern and impact, 47-48 Cluster B, 14, 55-102, 148-158 antisocial, 56-66 age-bias of criteria, 57-58 case example, 60-66 clinical description, 56-57 pattern and impact, 59-60 borderline, 67-81

age-bias of criteria, 69-72 case example, 74-81 clinical description, 67-69 pattern and impact, 72-74 histrionic, 81-92

age-bias of criteria, 83-84 case example, 85-92 clinical description, 81-83 pattern and impact, 84-85 narcissistic, 92-102 age-bias of criteria, 94 case example, 96-102 clinical description, 92-93 pattern and impact, 94-96 Cluster C, 15, 103-136 avoidant, 104-113 age-bias of criteria, 106 case example, 108-113 clinical description, 104-105 pattern and impact, 106-108 dependent, 113-124 age-bias of criteria, 114-116

case example, 117-124 clinical description, 113-114 pattern and impact, 116-117 obsessive-compulsive, 124-136 age-bias of criteria, 125-129 case example, 136 clinical description, 124-125 pattern and impact, 127-129 Cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy,

282-283 Cognitive impairment, 3 Cognitive theories, 186-193 Comorbidity, 18, 159, 175-184, 276-278 with clinical disorders, 176-181 general issues, 175-176 Coolidge Axis II Inventory (CATI),

245-247 Coping skills, 236-237 Countertransference, 284-287 Cultural sensitivity, importance of, 25-26

Dementia, 3, 181-183 Demographics, of aging, 2-3 Dependent personality disorder, 26, 113-124 age-bias of criteria, 114-116 case example, 117-124 clinical description, 113-114 pattern and impact, 116-117 Depression, 3 Depressive personality, 10 Depressive personality disorder, 148-151 age-bias of criteria, 149-150 clinical description, 148-149 pattern and impact, 150-151

Diagnostic criteria, defining, 13 Diagostic Interview for DSM-IV

Personality Disorders, 259-260 Dialectical behavior therapy, 284 Disease model, mental illness and the, 16 DSM-IV-TR, classification of, 12-15 Dysthymia, definition of, 17

Ego-dystonic symptoms, 17 Ego-syntonic symptoms, 17 Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), 278-279 Epidemiology, 159-184 gender and, 168-169 incidence, 159 prevalence, 159, 160-168 risk factors, 159 Evolutionary theories, 209-220

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