Steven E. Hyler, MD
Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry at CUMC
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Dr. Hyler is the senior author of the Personality Diagnostic Questionnaire (PDQ, PDQ-r, PDQ-4), one of the most widely used DSM based personality questionnaires, that has been translated into 25 languages and used in over 30 countries. He has published in the area of diagnostic methodology, factitious and somatoform disorders, technology, popular culture and telepsychiatry. He was the psychiatry editor/consultant for Stedman’s Medical dictionary. He has produced the Boards Videotape(Psychiatry) and co-produced the Video Casebook of Psychiatry. He has been the principal investigator on grants from NIMH, NIDA, Dorgan foundation as well as several clinical trials.
He has received numerous awards including the APA Roeske award for medical student education, the APA Irma Bland award for residency education, the NYSPI/Columbia alumni award, and the ARPD (Association for Research in Personality Disorders) award. He served for many years as the president of the NYSPI/Columbia alumni association.
Research in: personality disorders, factitious and somatoform disorders, telepsychiatry, and psychiatry and the media.
Hyler SE and Spitzer RL: Hysteria split asunder. American J Psychiatry,(1978), 135:1500-1504.
Hyler SE, Williams JBW and Spitzer RL: Reliability in the DSM-III field trials:Interview versus case summary. Archives of General Psychiatry, (1982)39:1275-1279.
Hyler SE and Frances A: Clinical implications of axis I-axis II interactions.Comprehensive Psychiatry, (1985), 26:345-350.
Hyler SE: DSM-III at the cinema: Madness in the movies. Comprehensive Psychiatry, (1988), 29:195-206.
Hyler SE and Lyons M: Factor analysis of the DSM-III personality disorder clusters: A replication. Comprehensive Psychiatry, (1988), 29:304-308.
Hyler SE, Rieder RO, Williams JBW, Spitzer RL, Hendler J and Lyons M: The Personality Diagnostic Questionnaire: Development and preliminaryresults. Journal of Personality Disorders, (1988) 2:229-237.
Hyler SE, Rieder RO, Williams JBW, Spitzer RL, Lyons M and Hendler J: A comparison of clinical interview and self report of DSM-III personality disorders in 552 patients. Comprehensive Psychiatry, (1989), 30(2):170-178.
Hyler SE, Lyons M, Rieder RO, Young L, Williams JBW and Spitzer RL: The factor structure of self-report DSM-III axis II symptoms and their relationship to clinician’s ratings. American Journal of Psychiatry, (1990), 147:751-757.
Hyler SE, Skodol AE, Kellman HD, Oldham J and Rosnick L: Validity of the Personality Diagnostic Questionnaire-Revised: Comparison with two structured interviews. American Journal of Psychiatry, (1990) 147:1043-1048.
Hyler SE, Gabbard GO and Schneider I: Homicidal maniacs to narcissistic parasites: The stigmatization of the mentally ill person in the movies. Hospital and Community Psychiatry, (1991), 42:1044-1048.
Hyler SE, Skodol AE, Oldham JM, Kellman HD, Doidge N: The validity of the PDQ-R: A replication in an out-patient sample. Comprehensive Psychiatry, (1992), 33:73-77.
Skodol AE, Hyler SE, Oldham JM: The valid assessment of personality disorders. American Journal of Psychiatry, (1993), 150:1905.
Hyler SE and Bujold AE: Computers in Psychiatric Education. Psychiatric Annals. (1994), 24:13-19.
Hyler SE and Moore J: Teaching Psychiatry? Let Hollywood Help! Suicide in the Cinema. Academic Psychiatry (1996), 20:212-219.
Hyler SE and Schanzer B: Using Commercially Available Films to Teach About Borderline Personality Disorder. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinics, (1997), 61(4):458-468.
Hyler SE and Remien R: AIDS in the Cinema, Journal of Practical Psychiatry and Behavioral Health, (1998), 4:230-235.
Hyler SE: Creating Your Own Practice Management Software, Journal of Psychiatric Practice, (2000), 6:284-287.
Hyler SE and Gangure D: Technological Advances in Telepsychiatry, Primary Psychiatry, (2002), 9:24-28.
Hyler SE and Gangure D: A Review of the Costs of Telepsychiatry, Psychiatric Services, (2003), 54:976-990.
Hyler SE and Gangure D: Legal and Ethical Challenges in Telepsychiatry, J of Psychiatric Practice, July (2004), 10(4) 1-5.
Hyler SE and Gangure D: Can Telepsychiatry Replace In-Person Psychiatric Assessments? A Meta-analysis and Review. (2005), CNS Spectrums, 10:403-413.