- Improvement of assessment of personality disorders and mental disorders in general
- Self- and informant reports of personality pathology
- Investigation of the relationship between personality and psychopathology
- Applications of item response theory to the field of psychology
Balsis, S., Loehle-Conger, E., Busch, A. J., Ungredda, T., & Oltmanns, T. F. Self and Informant Report Across the Borderline Personality Disorder Spectrum. (In Press) Personality Disorders: Theory, Treatment, & Research.
Balsis, S., Ruchensky, J., & Busch, A. J. Analyzing the Future of Item Response Theory in Personality Disorder Research. (In Press). Personality Disorders: Theory, Treatment, & Research
Balsis, S., Busch, A. J., Wilfong, K. M., Newman, J. W., & Edens, J. F. (2017). A Statistical Consideration Regarding the Threshold of the Psychopathy Checklist–Revised. Journal of Personality Assessment, 1-9.
Busch, A. J., Morey, L. C., & Hopwood, C. J. Assessing DSM-5 Section III Traits and Severity with the Personality Assessment Inventory. (In Press). Journal of Personality Assessment
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 versus informant report. Journal of personality disorders, 30(3), 419-432.
Morey, L. C., Benson, K. T., Busch, A. J., & Skodol, A. E. (2015). Personality disorders in DSM-5: emerging research on the alternative model. Current psychiatry reports, 17(4), 1-9.
Geraci, L., Balsis, S., & Busch, A. J. (2015). Gender and the h index in psychology. Scientometrics, 105(3), 2023-2034.