“Observations about personality provided Cloninger a practical way to predict vulnerability to mental disorders. In the mid-1980s, he developed a general model of temperament based on genetic, neurobiological, and neuropharmacological data, rather than using factor analysis of behavior or self-reports as has usually been done by personality psychologists.”
I remembered correctly they are the same Cloninger.
“1.4.1 Conceptual Component
This component dealt with analyses and delineations of the conceptual bases of psychiatry for the person. It produced an editorial and a regular article in international journals presenting the objectives of this component [15, 44, 49]. Additionally, a monographic set on the conceptual bases of psychiatry for the person was prepared and eventually published with the following table of contents:
Introduction [44, 49], Historical perspectives , Philosophy of science perspectives , Ethics perspectives , Biological perspectives , Psychological perspectives , Social perspectives , Cultural perspectives , Spiritual perspectives , Users perspectives , and Literature and art perspectives .”
Introduction to Person-Centered Psychiatry
Juan E. Mezzich, MD, MA, MS, PhD,
Michel Botbol, MD,
George N. Christodoulou, MD, PhD,
C. Robert Cloninger, MD, PhD
and Ihsan M. Salloum, MD, MPH
I remember Cloninger from somewhere.
This might be something to do with transference, being nothing but a fiction…
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