2017
DOI: 10.31234/osf.io/zaadn
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Abstract: The reliability and validity of traditional taxonomies are limited by arbitrary boundaries between psychopathology and normality, often unclear boundaries between disorders, frequent disorder co-occurrence, heterogeneity within disorders, and diagnostic instability. These taxonomies went beyond evidence available on the structure of psychopathology and were shaped by a variety of other considerations, which may explain the aforementioned shortcomings. The Hierarchical Taxonomy Of Psychopathology (HiTOP) model … Show more

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“…A Hierarchical Taxonomy of Psychopathology (HiTOP) has subsequently been established to integrate the vast body of research that has tested factor analytic models of dimensional spectra into a single descriptive model of the meta-structure that includes 11 of the 19 DSM chapters, and six spectra, including internalizing and externalizing (Kotov et al, under review). …”
Section: Part 1: Current Thinking About the Structure Of Psychopathologymentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…A Hierarchical Taxonomy of Psychopathology (HiTOP) has subsequently been established to integrate the vast body of research that has tested factor analytic models of dimensional spectra into a single descriptive model of the meta-structure that includes 11 of the 19 DSM chapters, and six spectra, including internalizing and externalizing (Kotov et al, under review). …”
Section: Part 1: Current Thinking About the Structure Of Psychopathologymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…For example, spectra can account for the roles of genetic and environmental risk and protective factors, predict disorder onset, course and treatment response, and predict adaptive functioning (Eaton et al, 2015a; Kessler et al, 2011; Kim & Eaton, in press; Krueger & Eaton, 2015; Lahey, Zald, Hakes, Krueger & Rathouz, 2014; Rodriguez-Seijas, Stohl, Hasin & Eaton, 2015). These spectra also frame the development of psychopathology across the lifespan, and can act as a bridge between multiple streams of research (e.g., nosological research, developmental psychopathology research, neuropsychology research, and clinical practice; Forbes et al, 2016; Kotov et al, under review). As such, the empirically derived spectra of psychopathology offer ideal phenotypes to frame future research.…”
Section: Part 1: Current Thinking About the Structure Of Psychopathologymentioning
confidence: 99%
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