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Critchfield, K. L., Clarkin, J. F., Levy, K. N., & Kernberg, O. F. (2008). Organization of co-occurring Axis II features in borderline personality disorder. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 47, 185-200.
Critchfield, K. L., Levy, K. N., Clarkin, J. F., & Kernberg, O. F. (2008). The relational context of aggression in borderline personality bisorder: Using adult attachment style to predict forms of hostility. Journal of Clinical Psychology 64, 67-82.
Diamond, D. et al. (2008). The reciprocal impact of attachment and transference-focused psychotherapy with borderline patients. In H. Steele & M. Steele (Eds.), Clinical Applications of the AAI, (pp. 270-294). New York: Guilford Press.
Kernberg, O. F. et al. (2008). Mentalization and attachment in borderline patients in transference focused psychotherapy. In E. Jurist, A. Slade, & S. Bergner (Eds.), Mind to Mind: Infant Research, Neuroscience, and Psychoanalysis (pp. 167-198). New York:
Kernberg, O. F., Yeomans, F. E., Clarkin, J. F., & Levy, K. N. (2008). Transference focused psychotherapy: Overview and update. International Journal of Psychoanalysis 89, 601-620.
Lenzenweger, M. F., et al. (2008). Refining the borderline personality disorder phenotype through finite mixture modeling: Implications for classification. Journal of Personality Disorders 22(4), 313-331.
Levy, K. N. & Kelly, K. M. (2008). Using interviews to assess adult attachment. In J. H. Obegi & E. Berant (Eds.), Attachment Theory and Research in Clinical Work with Adults (pp. 121-151). New York: Guilford.
Levy, K. N. (2008). Psychotherapies and lasting change. American Journal of Psychiatry, 165, 556-559.
Levy, K. N., Ellison, W. D., & Scott, L. N. (2008). Personality disorders. In F. T. Leong (Ed.), Encyclopedia of counseling, Vol. 2: Personal and emotional counseling. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications
Yeomans, F. E., et al. (2008). An object relations treatment of borderline patients with reflective functioning as a mechanism of change. In F. Busch (Ed.), Mentalization: Theoretical Considerations, Research Findings, and Clinical Applications (pp. 159-1
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