Sanislow Published in Clinical Psychiatry Journal

Charles Sanislow, assistant professor of psychology, so-authored a study in the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry in May that compares the abilities of clinician-practioners and clinical researchers with expertise in personality to make DSM-IV personality disorder diagnoses based on trait models. This work is one facet of Sanislow’s effort to inform the revision process for DSM-5 and help shape psychiatric nosology. The study is online here.