Annotate bibliography

I need 10 annotated Bibliography I will provide 20 references so it should make it easier. I have to huge exams I would love for someone to take the load off my back 

Just Pick 10 out of the 20 I think they have to be in the year 2000 and so on PLEASE NO Plagiarizing

American Psychiatric Association.
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. 4th
ed. Washington, DC:
American Psychiatric Association, 1994.

Batman, A.W., & Tayer, P.
(2004). Psychological treatment for personality disorders.Advances
in Psychiatric Treatment
,
10,
378-388. Retrieved http://apt.rcpsych.org/content/10/5/378.full.pdf

Bennett L (2006) Community mental
health teams and the assessment of personality functioning. In
Personality Disorder and Community Mental Health Teams: A
Practitioner’s Guide
(eds
MJ Sampson, RA McCubbin, P Tyrer). John Wiley & Sons.

Boyajian, L.S. (1994).
Fateful Patterns: An Overview of
Personality Disorders
, 407-420.
Retrieved from http://www.abacon.com/nietzel/ch12.pdf

Feldman, R.S., & Nuñez,H.J.
(2006).Understanding
Psychology

(10th
ed.). México: McGraw- Hill.

Friedman, H.S. (2001).
Psychoanalysis. In
Assessment and
therapy: Specialty articles from the Encyclopedia of mental health

(pp.364-366). San
Diego [Calif.: Academic Press.

Gabbard GO: Psychodynamic
Psychotherapy in Clinical Practice, 4th ed. Washington, DC, American
Psychiatric Publishing, 2005

Grant,S. K. (n.d.).
Personality
Disorders and Impulse Control Disorders
,
1-9. Retrieved from
http://www.csun.edu/~hcpsy002/Psy310_Nevid_Ch13_Lecture_Handout.pdf

Grove, W. M., & Tellegen, A.
(1991). Problems in the Classification of Personality
Disorder.Classification
of PDs: Problem
,
5(1),
31-41.

Joel Paris (1998).
Personality
Disorders in Sociocultural Perspective.
Journal of
Personality Disorders: Vol
12, No.
4, pp. 289-301.

Mandavilli, A. (2013, May 30).
Experts evaluate
DSM-5 — SFARI.org – Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative
.
Retrieved April 22, 2014, from http://sfari.org/news-and-
opinion/specials/2013/dsm-5-special-report/experts-evaluate-dsm-5/

Millon T, Davis RD (1996): An
evolutionary theory of personality disorders. In Clarkin J,
Lenzenweger M (eds), Major theories of personality disorder. New
York: Guilford.

Regier, D. A., Narrow, W. E.,
Kuhl, E. A., & Kupfer, D. J. (2009). The conceptual development
of the DSM-V. American Journal of Psychiatry, 166(6), 645-650.
Retrieved from
http://ajp.psychiatryonline.org/article.aspx?articleid=100852

Samuels JF, Nestadt G, Romanoski
AJ, Folstein MF, McHugh PR. DSM-III personality disorders in the
community. Am J Psychiatry 1994;151:1055-1062.

Sane (2010). Personality Disorder.
Retrieved from
http://www.sane.org.uk/uploads/personality- disorders.pdf

Westen, D., & Shedler, J.
(2000). Problems with Axis I and Axis II.
Journal of
Personality Disorder
,14(2),
110-116.

Widiger, T.A. (2012). Historical
Development and Current Issues. In
The Oxford
handbook of personality disorders

(pp. 23-25). Oxford:
Oxford University Press.

William M. Grove and Auke Tellegen
(1991). Problems in the Classification of Personality Disorders.
Journal of Personality Disorders: Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 31-41.

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