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Borderline personality disorder as debilitating as bipolar disorder

The deterioration of psychiatric and physical health caused by borderline personality disorder (BPD) rivals that of bipolar disorder, according to Mark Zimmerman, M.D., a researcher at Rhode Island Ho...

Borderline Personality Disorder and Hospital Staff Attitudes

Patients with borderline personality disorder can be challenging, and are often perceived as difficult, annoying, manipulative, and hostile. Do negative attitudes of staff affect their care? BMC Psy...

Online Education Improves Borderline Personality Symptoms

An online psychoeducational intervention improves several symptoms of borderline personality disorder, including self-harm and overall psychosocial functioning. Medscape Medical News

What can your online avatar say about your personality?

More communication among individuals is occurring online, and often between individuals who do not know each other offline. Researchers at York University are looking to understand the potential impre...

For Couples, Success at Work is Affected by Partner’s Personality

Researchers identify the personality trait that plays a positive role -- Read more on

New research into perfectionism discovers links with OCD

Researchers at the University of Hertfordshire have found that people with 'perfectionist' personality traits show remarkably similar problems in their thinking to those diagnosed with Obsessive Compu...

Computers using digital footprints are better judges of personality than friends and family

Researchers have found that, based on enough Facebook Likes, computers can judge your personality traits better than your friends, family and even your partner. Using a new algorithm, researchers have...

Personality does matter, researchers say

Why do people behave the way they do? Why do people feel the way they do? In one of the largest studies to employ experience sampling methods to measure the effects of situations on human behavior in ...

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Treatment of personality disorder.

The evidence base for the effective treatment of personality disorders is insufficient. Most of the existing evidence on personality disorder is for the treatment of borderline personality disorder, b...

Classification, assessment, prevalence, and effect of personality disorder.

Personality disorders are common and ubiquitous in all medical settings, so every medical practitioner will encounter them frequently. People with personality disorder have problems in interpersonal r...

Correction to: Comparing the Personality Disorder Interview for DSM-IV (PDI-IV) and SCID-II Borderline Personality Disorder Scales: An Item-Response Theory Analysis.

Personality disorder across the life course.

The pervasive effect of personality disorder is often overlooked in clinical practice, both as an important moderator of mental state and physical disorders, and as a disorder that should be recognise...

The use of psychotropic medication in patients with emotionally unstable personality disorder under the care of UK mental health services.

Guideline recommendations for the pharmacologic treatment of personality disorder lack consensus, particularly for emotionally unstable personality disorder (EUPD), and there is limited information on...

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