SPAN Publications

Cruitt, P.J., & Oltmanns, T.F. (in press). Incremental validity of self- and informant-report of personality disorders in later life. Assessment. [invited paper for special issue on PDs in later life].

Balsis, S., Loehle-Conger, E., Busch, A.J., Ungredda, T., & Oltmanns, T.F. (in press). Self and informant report across the borderline personality disorder spectrum. Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment.

Mike, A., King, H., Oltmanns, T.F., & Jackson, J.J. (in press).  Obsessions, compulsions, and conscientiousness? The relationship between OCPD and personality traits. Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment.

Tackett, J.L., Lilienfeld, S.O., Johnson, S.L., Krueger, R.F., Miller, J., Oltmanns, T.F., Patrick, C., & Shrout, P.E. (in press). It’s time to broaden the replicability conversation: Thoughts for and from clinical psychological science. Perspectives on Psychological Science.

Oltmanns, T.F., & Balsis, S. (in press). The prevalence, stability, and impact of personality pathology in later life: Preliminary findings from the SPAN Study. In D.R. Lynam and D. B. Samuel (Eds.). Using basic personality research to inform the personality disorders. Oxford University Press.

Carlson, E.N., & Oltmanns, T.F. (in press). Self-knowledge mitigates some of the interpersonal costs of personality pathology: The moderating role of meta-accuracy on romantic relationship quality. Journal of Personality Disorders.

Boudreaux, M.J., & Ozer, D.J., Oltmanns, T.F., & Wright, A.G.C., (2017). Development and validation of the circumplex scales of interpersonal problems. Psychological Assessment.

Boudreaux, M.J. (2016). Personality-related problems and the five-factor model of personality. Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment, 7(4), 372-383.

Cruitt, P.J., Boudreaux, M.J., Jackson, J.J., & Oltmanns, T.F. (2016). Borderline personality pathology and physical health: The role of employment. Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment.

Cruitt, P.J., Boudreaux, M.J., Jackson, J.J., and Oltmanns, T. F. (2016) Borderline personality pathology and physical health: The role of employment. Personality Disorders: Theory, Research and Treatment, doi:10.1037/per0000211

Iacovino, J.M., Bogdan, R., & Oltmanns, T.F. (2016). Personality predicts health declines through stressful life events during late mid-life. Journal of Personality, 84, 536-546.

Busch, A.J., Balsis, S., Morey, L.C., & Oltmanns, T.F. (2016). Gender differences in borderline personality disorder features in an epidemiological sample of adults age 55-64: Self vs. informant report. Journal of Personality Disorders, 30, 419-432.

Few, L.R., Miller, J.D., Grant, J.D., Maples, J., Trull, T.J., Nelson, E.C., Oltmanns, T.F., Martin, N.G., Lynskey, M.T., & Agrawal, A. (2016). Trait-based assessment of borderline personality disorder using the NEO Five-Factor Inventory: Phenotypic and genetic support. Psychological Assessment, 28, 39-50.

King, H.R., Jackson, J.J., Morrow-Howell, & Oltmanns, T.F. (2015). Personality accounts for the connection between volunteering and health. Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences. 70, 691-697.

Carlson, E.N. & Oltmanns, T.F. (2015). The role of metaperception in personality disorders: Do people with personality problems know how others experience their personality? Journal of Personality Disorders, 29, 449-467.

Oltmanns, J.R., & Oltmanns, T.F. (2015). Borderline personality pathology, polysomnography, and self-reported sleep problems: A review. Current Sleep Medicine Reports, 1, 141-149.

Balsis, S., Cooper, L.D., & Oltmanns, T.F. (2015). Are informant reports of personality more internally consistent than self reports of personality? Assessment, 22, 399-404.

Adler, J.M., Turner, A., Brookshier, K.M., Monahan, C., Walder-Biesanz, I. Harmeling, L.H., Albaugh, M., McAdams, D.P., & Oltmanns, T.F. (2015). Variation in narrative identity is associated with trajectories of mental health over several years. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 108, 476-496.

Powers, A.D., Strube, M.J., & Oltmanns, T.F. (2014). Personality pathology and increased use of medical resources in later adulthood. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 22, 1478-1486.

Oltmanns, J.R, Weinstein, Y, & Oltmanns, T.F (2014). Borderline personality pathology and insomnia symptoms in community-dwelling older adults. Personality and Mental Health, 8, 178-187.

Mike, A., Jackson, J.J., & Oltmanns, T.F. (2014). The conscientious retiree: The relationship between conscientiousness, retirement, and volunteering Journal of Research in Personality, 52, 68-77. [this manuscript received “2015 Best Paper Award” for this journal].

Iacovino, J.M., Jackson, J.J., & Oltmanns, T.F. (2014). The relative impact of socioeconomic status and childhood trauma on Black-White differences in paranoid personality disorder symptoms. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 123, 225-230.

Oltmanns, T.F., Rodrigues, M.M., Weinstein, Y., & Gleason, M.E.J. (2014). Prevalence of personality disorders at midlife in a community sample: Disorders and symptoms reflected in interview, self, and informant reports. Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment, 36, 177-188.

Gleason, M.E.J., Weinstein, Y., Balsis, S., & Oltmanns, T.F. (2014). The enduring impact of maladaptive personality traits on relationship quality, health, and stressful life events in later life. Journal of Personality, 82, 493-501.

Galione, J., & Oltmanns, T.F. (2014). Personality traits. In C.J. Hopwood and R.F. Bornstein (Eds.). Multimethod clinical assessment (pp. 21-50). New York: Guilford.

Cooper, L.D., Balsis, S., & Oltmanns, T.F. (2014). A longitudinal analysis of personality disorder symptoms and personality traits in a middle-aged community sample: Perspectives from selves and informants. Journal of Personality Disorders, 28, 151-165.

Iacovino, J.M., Powers, A.D., & Oltmanns, T.F. (2014). Impulsivity mediates the association between borderline personality pathology and body mass index. Personality and Individual Differences, 56, 100-104.

Oltmanns, T.F. (2013). Evidence needed to compare definitions of personality pathology: Commentary on “A postmortem and future look at the personality disorders in DSM-5.”  Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment, 4, 388-389.

Galione, J., & Oltmanns, T.F. (2013). Identifying personality pathology associated with major depressive episodes: Incremental validity of informant reports. Journal of Personality Assessment, 95, 625-632.

Gleason, M.E.J., Weinstein, Y., Balsis, S., & Oltmanns, T.F. (in press). The enduring impact of maladaptive personality traits on relationship quality, health, and stressful life events in later life. Journal of Personality.

Cooper, L.D., Balsis, S., & Oltmanns, T.F. (in press). A longitudinal analysis of personality disorder symptoms and personality traits in a middle-aged community sample: Perspectives from selves and informants. Journal of Personality Disorders.

Galione, J., & Oltmanns, T.F. (in press). Identifying personality pathology associated with major depressive episodes: Incremental validity of informant reports. Journal of Personality Assessment.

Powers, A.D., Gleason, M.E.J., & Oltmanns, T.F. (2013). Symptoms of borderline personality disorder predict interpersonal (but not independent) stressors in later middle-age. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 122, 469-474.

Lawton, E.M., & Oltmanns, T.F (2013). Personality pathology and mental health treatment seeking in a community sample of older adults. Personality and Mental Health, 7, 195-202.

Carlson, E.N., Vazire, S., & Oltmanns, T.F. (2013). Self-other knowledge asymmetries in personality pathology. Journal of Personality. 81, 155-170.

Galione, J., & Oltmanns, T.F. (2013). The relationship between borderline personality disorder and major depression in later life: Acute versus temperamental symptoms. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 21, 747-756.

Powers, A.D. & Oltmanns, T.F. (2013). Personality pathology as a risk factor for negative health perception. Journal of Personality Disorders, 27, 359-370.

Agrawal, A., Narayanon, G., & Oltmanns, T.F. (2013). Personality pathology and alcohol dependence at midlife in a community sample. Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment, 4, 55-61.

Powers, A.D., & Oltmanns, T.F. (2013). Borderline personality pathology and chronic health problems in later adulthood: The mediating role of obesity. Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment, 4, 152-159.

Disney, K.L., Weinstein, Y., & Oltmanns, T.F. (2012). Personality disorder symptoms are differentially related to divorce frequency. Journal of Family Psychology, 26, 959-965.

Cooper, L.D., Balsis, & Oltmanns, T.F. (2012). Self- and informant-reported perspectives on symptoms of narcissistic personality disorder. Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment, 3, 140-154.

Weinstein, Y., Gleason, M.E.J., & Oltmanns, T.F. (2012). Borderline but not antisocial personality disorder symptoms predict self-reported partner aggression in later life. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 121, 692-698.

Powers, A.D. & Oltmanns, T.F. (2012). Personality disorders and physical health: A longitudinal examination of physical functioning, healthcare utilization, and health-related behaviors in middle-aged adults. Journal of Personality Disorders, 26, 524-538.

Adler, J.M., Chin, E.D., Kolisetty, A.P., & Oltmanns, T.F. (2012). The distinguishing features of narrative identity in adults with borderline personality disorder: An empirical investigation. Journal of Personality Disorders, 26, 498-512.

Gleason, M.E.J., Powers, A.D., & Oltmanns, T.F. (2012). The enduring impact of borderline personality pathology: Risk for threatening life events in later middle-age. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 121, 447-457.

Spence, C.T., & Oltmanns, T.F. (2011). Recruitment of African American men: Over-coming challenges for an epidemiological study of personality and health. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 17, 377-380.

Lawton, E.M., Shields, A.J., & Oltmanns, T.F. (2011). Five-factor model personality disorder prototypes in a community sample: Self- and informant-reports predicting interview-based DSM-IV diagnoses. Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment, 2, 279-292.

Oltmanns, T.F., & Balsis, S. (2011). Personality pathology in later life: Questions about the measurement, course, and impact of disorders. Annual Review of Clinical Psychology, 7, 321-349.

Oltmanns, T.F., & Gleason, M.E.J. (2011). Personality, health, and social adjustment in later life. In L.B. Cottler (Ed.), Mental health in public health: The next 100 years (pp. 151-179). New York: Oxford University Press.

Balsis, S., Eaton, N.R., Cooper, L.D., & Oltmans, T.F. (2011). The presentation of narcissistic personality disorder in an octogenarian: Converging evidence from multiple sources. The Clinical Gerontologist, 34, 71-87.

Rodebaugh, T., Gianoli, M.O., Turkheimer, E., & Oltmanns, T.F. (2010). The interpersonal problems of the socially avoidant: Self and peer shared variance. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 119, 331-340.

Oltmanns, T.F., & Turkheimer, E. (2009). Person perception and personality pathology. Current Directions in Psychological Science. 18, 32-36.

Woods, C. M., Oltmanns, T. F., & Turkheimer, E. (2009). Illustration of MIMIC-Model DIF testing with the Schedule for Nonadaptive and Adaptive Personality. Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment, 31, 320-330.

Tenney, E.R., Turkheimer, E., & Oltmanns, T.F. (2009). Being liked is more than having a good personality: The role of matching. Journal of Research in Personality, 43, 579-585.

Tackett, J.L., Balsis, S.M., Oltmanns, T.F., & Krueger, R.F. (2009). A unifying perspective of personality pathology across the lifespan: Developmental considerations for DSM-V. Development and Psychopathology, 21, 687-713.

Okada, M., & Oltmanns, T.F. (2009). Comparison of three self-report measures of personality pathology. Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment, 31.

Clifton, A., Turkheimer, E., & Oltmanns, T.F. (2009). Personality disorder in social networks: Network position as a marker of interpersonal dysfunction. Social Networks, 31, 26-32.

Turkheimer, E., Ford, D.C., & Oltmanns, T.F. (2008). Regional analysis of self-reported personality disorder criteria. Journal of Personality, 76, 1587-1622.

South, S.C., Turkheimer, E., & Oltmanns, T.F. (2008). Personality disorder symptoms and marital functioning. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychoogy, 76, 769-780

Woods, C., Oltmanns, T.F., & Turkheimer, E. (2008). Detection of aberrant responding on a personality scale in a military sample: An application of evaluating person fit with two-level logistic regression. Psychological Assessment, 20, 159-168.

Balsis, S., Woods, C.M., Gleason, M.E.J., & Oltmanns, T.F. (2007). The over and underdiagnosis of personality disorders in older adults. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 15, 742-753.

Clifton, A., Turkheimer, E., & Oltmanns, T.F. (2007). Improving assessment of personality disorder traits through social network analysis. Journal of Personality. 75, 1007-1032.

Friedman, J.N.W., Oltmanns, T.F., & Turkheimer, E. (2007). Interpersonal perception and personality disorders: Utilization of a thin slice approach. Journal of Research in Personality, 41, 667-688.

Balsis, S., Gleason, M.E.J., Woods, C.M., & Oltmanns, T.F. (2007). An item response theory analysis of DSM-IV personality disorder criteria across younger and older age groups. Psychology and Aging. 22, 171-185.

Jane, J.S., Oltmanns, T.F., South, S.C., & Turkheimer, E. (2007). Gender bias in diagnostic criteria for personality disorders: An item response theory analysis. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 116, 166-175.

Pagan, J.L., Eaton, N., Turkheimer, E., & Oltmanns,.T.F. (2006).  Peer-reported personality problems of research nonparticipants: Are our samples biased?  Personality and Individual Differences, 41, 1131-1142.

Jane, J.S., Pagan, J.L., Fiedler, E.R., Turkheimer, E., & Oltmanns, T.F. (2006). The interrater reliability of the Structured Interview for DSM-IV Personality. Comprehensive Psychiatry47, 368-375.

Friedman, J.N.W., Oltmanns, T.F., Gleason, M.E.J.,& Turkheimer, E. (2006). Mixed impressions: Reactions of strangers to people with pathological personality traits. Journal of Research in Personality, 40, 395-410.

Oltmanns, T.F., & Turkheimer, E. (2006). Perceptions of self and others regarding pathological personality traits.  In R.F. Krueger and J.L. Tackett (Eds.), Personality and psychopathology  (pp. 71-111). New York: Guilford.

Pagan, J.L. Oltmanns, T.F., Whitmore, M.J., & Turkheimer, E. (2005). Personality disorder not otherwise specified: Searching for an empirically-defined diagnostic threshold. Journal of Personality Disorders19, 674-689.

Oltmanns, T.F., Gleason, M.E.J., Klonsky, E.D., & Turkheimer, E. (2005).  Meta-perception for pathological personality traits: Do we know when others think that we are difficult?  Consciousness and Cognition14, 739-751

Clifton, A., Turkheimer, E., & Oltmanns, T.F. (2005). Self and peer perspectives on pathological personality traits and interpersonal problems. Psychological Assessment17, 123-131.

South, S.C., Oltmanns, T.F. & Turkheimer, E. (2005). Interpersonal perception and pathological personality features: Consistency across peer groups. Journal of Personality, 73, 675-691.

Clifton, A., Turkheimer, E., & Oltmanns, T.F. (2004). Contrasting perspectives on personality problems: Descriptions from the self and others. Personality and Individual Differences36, 1499-1514.

Oltmanns, T.F., Friedman, J.N., Fiedler, E.R., & Turkheimer, E. (2004). Perceptions of people with personality disorders based on thin slices of behavior. Journal of Research in Personality38, 216-229.

Fiedler, E.R., Oltmanns, T.F., & Turkheimer, E. (2004). Traits associated with personality disorders and adjustment to military life: Predictive validity of self and peer reports. Military Medicine169, 207-211.

Klonsky, E.D., Oltmanns, T.F., & Turkheimer, E. (2003). Deliberate self-harm in a non-clinical population: Prevalence and psychological correlates. American Journal of Psychiatry, 160, 1501-1508..

Thomas, C., Turkheimer, E., & Oltmanns, T.F. (2003). Factorial structure of pathological personality traits as evaluated by peers. Journal of Abnormal Psychology112, 1-12.

South, S.C., Oltmanns, T.F., & Turkheimer, E. (2003). Personality and the derogation of others: Descriptions based on self and peer report. Journal of Research in Personality37, 16-33.

Oltmanns, T.F., Melley, A.H., & Turkheimer, E. (2002). Impaired social functioning and symptoms of personality disorders in a non-clinical population. Journal of Personality Disorders16, 438-453.

Klonsky, E.D., Jane, J.S., Turkheimer, E., & Oltmanns, T.F. (2002). Gender role and personality disorders. Journal of Personality Disorders16, 465-477.

Klonsky, E.D., Oltmanns, T.F., & Turkheimer, E. (2002). Informant reports of personality disorder: Relation to self-reports and future research directions. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice9, 300-311.

Melley, A.H., Oltmanns, T.F., & Turkheimer, E. (2002). The Schedule for Nonadaptive and Adaptive Personality (SNAP): Temporal stability and predictive validity. Assessment9, 181-187.

Klonsky, E.D., Oltmanns, T.F., Turkheimer, E., &  Fiedler, E. (2000). Recollections of conflict with parents and family support in the personality disorders. Journal of Personality Disorders14, 311-322.

Oltmanns, T. F., Turkheimer, E., & Strauss, M.E. (1998). Peer assessment of personality traits and pathology. Assessment, 5, 53-65.