IPDE

AcronymDefinition
IPDEInternational Personality Disorder Examination
IPDEIntegrated Product Data Environment
IPDEIdentify, Predict, Decide, Execute (safe driving system)
IPDEIntegro-Partial Differential Equation (mathematics)
IPDEInstitut Post-Doctoral Européen
IPDEInteractive Program Development Environment
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Commonly used personality disorder tests are Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), Revised Neo Personality Inventory (Neo Pi-R), International Personality Disorder Examination (IPDE), Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI), 16 Personality Factors (16PF), Thematic Apperception Test (TAT) and Rorschach Inkblot test.
Patients considered to have a personality disorder by a psychiatrist were initially screened by the IPDE screening questionnaire.
La evaluacion de rasgos de personalidad con la escala IPDE indico una mayor frecuencia de rasgos narcisistas, obsesivos, evitativos e histrionicos, mientras que los rasgos antisociales y dependientes fueron poco frecuentes (tabla 2).
Prevalence of personality disorders in patients with eating disorders: A pilot study using the IPDE. European Eating Disorders Review, 12, 217-222.
has introduced its Insurance Product Development Environment (IPDE) software system, designed to enable insurance product development teams to create and update products more simply and quickly.
This was done deliberately, however, in order to maximize compatibility with the classification systems and the IPDE. The questions are arranged in a natural order, covering 7 topics: work, self, interpersonal relations, affects, reality testing, impulse control and behaviour before the age of 15.
International Personality Disorder Examination Screening Questionnaire (IPDE, Loranger, 1994), adapted in Spain by Lopez-Ibor, Perez-Urdaniz, and Rubio-Larrosa (1996).
Only 7% received a diagnosis of personality disorder according to ICD 10 IPDE. The inclusion of the first attempt cases may have led to a low rate of diagnosis of emotionally unstable personality disorder (and consequently of any personality disorder).