THEORY I: Evolutionary Foundations of Physical and Biological Science. THEORY II: Concordance of Evolutionary Polarities and Psychological Science. NOSOLOGY: Deriving a Classification for a Personological Science. INSTRUMENTATION: Assessment of Personality Polarities, Domains, and Disorders. INTERVENTION: Integrative Therapy for Personality Disorders. CLOSING REFLECTIONS. References. Author Index. Subject Index.
About the author Theodore Millon, PhD, is Professor of Psychology, University of Miami, and Professor in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School. While Dr. Millon received his master's degree and doctorate in psychology (major areas: personality, social and clinical psychology), he has been and continues to be an avid student of physics and philosophy. Currently, he is engaged in a number of important research projects, including: the logic for integrating psychotherapeutic treatment techniques; studies of the psychological correlates of disease disposition and course; developing self-report inventories for psychiatric and medical patients; and investigations into the theoretical grounding of diagnostic taxonomies. A prolific author, Dr. Millon has written or edited more than 20 books and has contributed chapters and articles to numerous books and journals in the field. Among his most well-known books by Wiley are Disorders of Personality: DSM-III: Axis II and Personality and Its Disorders: A Biosocial Learning Approach.