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The researchers saw diminished brain responses to reward in those girls with a history of self-harm--results that looked similar to previous studies of adults with mood disorders and borderline personality disorder.
But based on her opinion, she didn't think that Princess Diana suffered from a borderline personality disorder.
Affect dysregulation in borderline personality disorder and somatoform disorder: differentiating under- and over-regulation.
Corporate management of patients with borderline personality disorder through integrated care (pp 17-62).
It starts with first recognizing that the borderline personality disorder is staring right into our face.
How nursing staff respond to the label "borderline personality disorder." Hosp Community Psychiatry.
Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is characterized as unavoidable feeling of insecurity, poor interpersonal connections, low self-view and low motivational control in both clinical and non-clinical tests1-3.
Among specific topics are laboratory testing for substance abuse, hallucinogens and inhalants, sedatives/hypnotics and benzodiazepines, gambling disorder and other "behavioral" addictions, patients with chronic pain and opioid misuse, substance use among older adults, matching and differential therapies: providing substance abusers with appropriate treatment, and dialectical behavior therapy for individuals with borderline personality disorder and substance use disorders.
Part of the original impetus for the development of DBT came from observations made by Linehan concerning the limitations inherent in conventional cognitive-behavioral therapy--as they specifically applied to the treatment of parasuicidal individuals diagnosed with borderline personality disorder. Of note, empirical evidence suggests that purely content-oriented cognitive interventions, such as the restructuring of maladaptive thought patterns, does not in fact significantly increase the effectiveness of cognitive therapy (Longmore & Worrell, 2007).
ABSTRACT Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is being increasingly recognized by clinicians working with adolescents, and the reliability and validity of the diagnosis have been established in the adolescent population.
The DSM IV-TR characterises borderline personality disorder (BPD) as:
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