Personality organization defined by DMT and the Structural Interview

Personality organization defined by DMT and the Structural

The psychoanalytic concept of Personality Organization (PO) may be operationalized by means of a Structural Interview as well as by means of psychological tests.

Personality organization defined by DMT and the Structural

The psychoanalytic concept of Personality Organization (PO) may be operationalized by means of a Structural Interview as well as by means of psychological tests. The present study utilized the Structural Interview and a protective test called the Defence Mechanism Test (DMT) to operationalize the PO concept on a sample of 50 psychiatric inpatients.

Published in: Scandinavian Journal of Psychology · 1990Authors: Bengtake Armelius · Elisabet Sundbom · Per Fransson · Gunnar KullgrenAffiliation: Umea UniversityAbout: Psychology

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The psychoanalytic concept of Personality Organization (PO) may be operationalized by means of a Structural Interview as well as by means of psychological tests. The present study utilized the Structural Interview and a projective test called the Defence Mechanism Test (DMT) to operationalize the PO concept on a sample of 50 psychiatric inpatients.

Published in: Scandinavian Journal of Psychology · 1990Authors: Bengtake Armelius · Elisabet Sundbom · Per Fransson · Gunnar KullgrenAffiliation: Umea UniversityAbout: Psychology

Reactions to DMT related to psychotic and borderline

The present study utilized the Structural Interview and a projective test called the Defence Mechanism Test (DMT) to operationalize the PO concept on a sample of 50 psychiatric inpatients.

The scientific status of the DMT – Kline – 1987

The Defence Mechanism Test, the DMT (Kragh, 1969), is claimed to measure defence mechanisms and to reveal important and forgotten experiences in a subject’s life. The nature of the responses to this test and the results achieved with it are examined in the light of …

Published in: British Journal of Medical Psychology · 1987Authors: Paul KlineAbout: Recall · Memoria · Negation · Psychoanalysis

Clinician-Guided Assessment of Personality Using the

Personality organization defined by DMT and the Structural Interview. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, La versione italiana della Structured Interview of Personality Organization [Structural diagnosis of personality according to O.F. Kernberg’s model.

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CLINICAL STUDIES ON THE BORDERLINE CONCEPT WITH …

Interview for Borderline (DIB) and the psychodynamic concept of borderline personality organization (BPO) as defined from the structural Interview (SI) by Otto Kernberg. In the first part of the present study, the DIB, the SI and a percept-genetic test called Defense Mechanism test (DMT) have been utilized in a clinical

Reactions to DMT as related to psychotic and borderline

In a previous study (Armelius et a[., 1990) we used Kernberg’s Structural Interview ( 1981) and the DMT in order to operationalize the concept of personality organization (PO). With a theoreticalclinical perspective as the starting-point, rules for interpretation of the signs in DMT were formulated for the DMT based on Kernberg’s theory.

Staff Feelings and Patient Diagnosis – journals.sagepub.com

Objective:To assess the associations between staff feelings toward patients and the patients’ diagnoses, in view of the fact that clinical reports of such associations have not been corroborated by systematic research.Method:At 24 psychiatric units, 143 patients were assessed according to their personality organization, and staff feelings toward these patients were followed for 5 years.

Canadian Psychiatric Association – The Canadian Journal of

34. Kullgren G. The concept of personality organization: A long-term comparative follow-up study with special reference to borderline personality organization. J Personal Disord 1990;4:203-12. 35. Armelius B-A, Sundbom E, Fransson P, Kullgren G. Personality organization defined by DMT and the structural interview. Scand J Psychol 1990;31:81-8. 36.