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Symptom remission, recurrence common in borderline personality disorder

Remission and recurrence of borderline personality disorder symptoms were common, though acute symptoms, such as self-mutilation and help-seeking suicide attempts, were more likely to remit and less l...

VIDEO: Tips for medical residents managing suicidality in borderline personality disorder

ATLANTA — Marianne Goodman, MD, of Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and the James J. Peters VA Medical Center, discusses a workshop she conducted here regarding the management of suicidality ...

Multiple personality disorder may be rooted in traumatic experiences

A new study supports the notion that multiple personality disorder is rooted in traumatic experiences such as neglect or abuse in childhood, rather than being related to suggestibility or proneness to...

Personality disorders have long-term effects on mental health and social relationships

People with personality disorder (PD) have enduring relationship difficulties. The condition affects about one in 20 people in the UK and up to 40 per cent of adult mental health service users.

Jonathan Berent, L.C.S.W. Identifies "Narcissistic Vortex" at the Heart of Avoidant Personality Disorder, Which Affects 5.2 percent of the U.S. Population

GREAT NECK, N.Y., June 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- A pioneering psychotherapist has published a new paper linking narcissistic thinking with avoidant personality disorder, which is characterized by a...

Spending that fits personality can boost well-being

(Association for Psychological Science) Money could buy happiness if your purchases fit your personality, according to a new study that examines nearly 77,000 actual UK bank spending transactions. The...

The Addictive Personality Isn't What You Think It Is

Author Maia Szalavitz rebrands addiction as a learning disorder, exploring new approaches to tolerance, prevention and treatment  -- Read more on

The Devalued Body: Symptoms of BPD in Mental Health and Medical Settings

Borderline personality disorder is a complex dysfunction often caused by childhood trauma and it may result in your patients harming themselves.

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Schedule for personality assessment from notes and documents (SPAN-DOC): Preliminary validation, links to the ICD-11 classification of personality disorder, and use in eating disorders.

The underlying core of personality is insufficiently assessed by any single instrument. This has led to the development of instruments adapted for written records in the assessment of personality diso...

Utility of DSM-5 section III personality traits in differentiating borderline personality disorder from comparison groups.

Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is a highly prevalent diagnosis in mental health care and includes a heterogeneous constellation of symptoms. As the field of personality disorder (PD) research m...

Personality and trajectories of posttraumatic psychopathology: A latent change modelling approach.

Survivors of traumatic events may develop a range of psychopathology, across the internalizing and externalizing dimensions of disorder and associated personality traits. However, research into person...

Reducing Adverse Polypharmacy in Patients With Borderline Personality Disorder: An Empirical Case Study.

Polypharmacy is common and especially challenging in the context of borderline personality disorder in light of impulsivity and self-harm associated with the disorder, risk of adverse drug-drug intera...

Diagnostic Stability of Comorbid Personality Disorders Among Patients Fully or Partially Remitted From First-Episode Depression: A 5-Year Follow-Up Study.

The diagnostic stability of comorbid personality disorders among patients with depression remains unclear. A total of 262 patients suffering from first-episode depression were assessed using the Struc...

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