Exploring Occasion Specificity in the Assessment of DSM-5 Maladaptive Personality Traits

Zimmermann J, Mayer A, Leising D, Krieger T, grosse Holtforth M, Pretsch J (2017)
European Journal of Psychological Assessment 33(1): 47-54.

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Zimmermann, Johannes; Mayer, AxelUniBi; Leising, Daniel; Krieger, Tobias; grosse Holtforth, Martin; Pretsch, Johanna
Alternativer Titel
A Latent State-Trait Analysis
Abstract / Bemerkung
The alternative classification system for personality disorders in DSM-5 features a hierarchical model of maladaptive personality traits. This trait model comprises five broad trait domains and 25 specific trait facets that can be reliably assessed using the Personality Inventory for DSM-5 (PID-5). Although there is a steadily growing literature on the validity of the PID-5, issues of temporal stability and situational influences on test scores are currently unexplored. We addressed these issues using a sample of 611 research participants who completed the PID-5 three times, with time intervals of 2 months. Latent state-trait (LST) analyses for each of the 25 PID-5 trait facets showed that, on average, 79.5% of the variance was due to stable traits (i.e., consistency), and 7.7% of the variance was due to situational factors (i.e., occasion specificity). Our findings suggest that the PID-5 trait facets predominantly capture individual differences that are stable across time.
Erscheinungsjahr
2017
Zeitschriftentitel
European Journal of Psychological Assessment
Band
33
Ausgabe
1
Seite(n)
47-54
ISSN
1015-5759
eISSN
2151-2426
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2956062

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Zimmermann J, Mayer A, Leising D, Krieger T, grosse Holtforth M, Pretsch J. Exploring Occasion Specificity in the Assessment of DSM-5 Maladaptive Personality Traits. European Journal of Psychological Assessment. 2017;33(1):47-54.
Zimmermann, J., Mayer, A., Leising, D., Krieger, T., grosse Holtforth, M., & Pretsch, J. (2017). Exploring Occasion Specificity in the Assessment of DSM-5 Maladaptive Personality Traits. European Journal of Psychological Assessment, 33(1), 47-54. https://doi.org/10.1027/1015-5759/a000271
Zimmermann, J., Mayer, A., Leising, D., Krieger, T., grosse Holtforth, M., and Pretsch, J. (2017). Exploring Occasion Specificity in the Assessment of DSM-5 Maladaptive Personality Traits. European Journal of Psychological Assessment 33, 47-54.
Zimmermann, J., et al., 2017. Exploring Occasion Specificity in the Assessment of DSM-5 Maladaptive Personality Traits. European Journal of Psychological Assessment, 33(1), p 47-54.
J. Zimmermann, et al., “Exploring Occasion Specificity in the Assessment of DSM-5 Maladaptive Personality Traits”, European Journal of Psychological Assessment, vol. 33, 2017, pp. 47-54.
Zimmermann, J., Mayer, A., Leising, D., Krieger, T., grosse Holtforth, M., Pretsch, J.: Exploring Occasion Specificity in the Assessment of DSM-5 Maladaptive Personality Traits. European Journal of Psychological Assessment. 33, 47-54 (2017).
Zimmermann, Johannes, Mayer, Axel, Leising, Daniel, Krieger, Tobias, grosse Holtforth, Martin, and Pretsch, Johanna. “Exploring Occasion Specificity in the Assessment of DSM-5 Maladaptive Personality Traits”. European Journal of Psychological Assessment 33.1 (2017): 47-54.

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