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DPDDewan Perwakilan Daerah (Indonesian: Council of Regional Representatives)
DPDDepartment of Planning and Development
DPDDynamic Parcel Distribution (UK)
DPDDevelopment Plan Document (UK)
DPDDallas Police Department (Dallas, TX)
DPDDead Peer Detection (Cisco)
DPDDihydropyrimidine Dehydrogenase
DPDDivision of Parasitic Diseases (US CDC)
DPDDual Ported Data
DPDDelegated Path Discovery
DPDData Processing Division
DPDDead Peer Detection
DPDData Procurement Document
DPDDerived Physics Datasets
DPDDual Pointing Device
DPDDensely Packed Decimal
DPDDenver Police Department
DPDDetroit Police Department
DPDDeoxypyridinoline
DPDDigital Product Development
DPDDominant Wave Period
DPDDrug Product Database
DPDDemokratische Partei Deutschlands (German: Democratic Party of Germany)
DPDDiccionario Panhispánico de Dudas (Spanish)
DPDDirector of Professional Development (various organizations)
DPDDigital Pre-Distortion
DPDDensely-Packed Decimal (encoding)
DPDDirector of Planning Development (various organizations)
DPDDeutscher Paketdienst (Germany)
DPDDepartamento de Proceso de Datos (Spanish: Data Processing Department; various locations)
DPDDependent Personality Disorder
DPDDekart Private Disk (encryption software)
DPDDirect Parcel Distribution (European logistics service)
DPDDomestic Production Deduction (taxes)
DPDDirection de la Programmation et du Développement (French: Department of Programming and Development; French Ministry of Education, Youth and the Voluntary Sector)
DPDDigital Photo Display
DPDDepersonalization Disorder
DPDDivisión de Prevención del Delito (Spanish: Crime Prevention Division; Guatemala)
DPDDewan Pimpinan Daerah (Indonesian: Regional Leaders Council)
DPDDangerous Preparations Directive
DPDDistal Protection Device (cardiology)
DPDDigital Product Definition
DPDDemos Pra Download (music blog)
DPDDifferential Phase Detection
DPDDayton Police Department (Ohio)
DPDDiver Propulsion Device
DPDData Processing Department
DPDN,n-Diethyl-P-Phenylene-Diamine
DPDDiploma in Practical Dermatology (UK)
DPDDaily Policy Digest (National Center for Policy Analysis)
DPDDead Piro Day (MegaTokyo comic)
DPDDistributed Product Description (Modeling and Simulation; Simulation Based Acquisition)
DPDDirector Personnel Department (US Navy)
DPDDistribution Produits Déco (French: Home Products Distribution)
DPDData Processing Design
DPDDowntown Parking District (various locations)
DPDDefense Programming Database
DPDDistrict Port Director (US Navy)
DPDDrejtoria e Përgjithshme e Doganave (Albanian: General Directorate of Dutys)
DPDDeutscher Pressedienst
DPDDegree Programme Director (Newcastle University; UK)
DPDDay Past Due
DPDDriver/Pre-Driver
DPDData Project Description
DPDDigital Product Description
DPDData Project Directive
DPDDumas Police Department (Dumas, Texas)
DPDDignitary Protection Division (United States Capitol Police)
DPDDuty Paid Delivered
DPDDigital Publications Development Program (US Army ASRL)
DPDDetailed Procedural Design (software development)
DPDDetailed Product Document
DPDData Product Definition (Logistics Management Information)
DPDDry Packaged Dessert
DPDDependability of Physical Design
DPDDémarginalisation des Pauvres par le Droit (French: Empowerment of the Poor; Bénin)
DPDDesign Proposal Drawings
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to a limited extent, to be diagnosed with dependent personality disorder
But Lord Turnbull said that Hinshelwood, who suffers from a dependent personality disorder, had been manipulated by Crispin.
It would not be surprising for a third-party payer to pay for inpatient services for someone diagnosed with borderline personality disorder, whereas inpatient services for someone with dependent personality disorder might be questioned.
For example, most schizotypal, borderline, histrionic, and obsessive-compulsive personality disorder patients had been treated with both anxiolytics and anti-depressants, and most paranoid, antisocial, narcissistic, avoidant, and dependent personality disorder patients mainly with anxiolytics, while most schizoid personality disorder patients took no medication.
Furthermore, women were found to predominate in borderline, dependent, and histrionic personality disorders (although only in the 31- to 40-year age group for dependent personality disorder; Nehls, 1998; Reich, Nduaguba, & Yates, 1988), whereas men predominated in antisocial, compulsive, paranoid, schizoid, and passive aggressive personality disorders in all age groups except 31 to 40 years of age (Kass et al., 1983; Reich et al., 1988).
Overall, alcohol and drug use disorders were most strongly related to antisocial, histrionic, and dependent personality disorders. Associations between obsessive-compulsive, histrionic, schizoid, and antisocial personality disorders and specific alcohol and drug use disorders were significantly stronger among women than among men, whereas the association between dependent personality disorder and drug dependence was significantly greater among men than among women.
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