All Relations between Personality Disorders and representation

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Jean Gagnon, Joyce Emma Quansah, Gasser Saleh, Charles Levi. Is Splitting Related to Resistance to Proactive Interference? A Process-Oriented Study of Kernberg's Conceptualization of Splitting. Psychopathology vol issue 2022 35691285 splitting, as a defense mechanism in kernberg's theory, plays a significant role in the development and maintenance of polarized and oscillating representations of self/other characteristics of borderline personality disorder (bpd). 2022-06-12 2022-06-14 Not clear
Katherine A Munson, Carol A Janney, Kelsie Goodwin, Madhavi Nagall. Cultural Representations of Borderline Personality Disorder. Frontiers in sociology vol 7 issue 2022 35399194 cultural representations of borderline personality disorder. 2022-04-11 2022-04-14 Not clear
Jenny Macfie, Gretchen Kurdzie. The Experience of Maltreatment in Young Children Whose Mothers Have Borderline Personality Disorder: Reflections in Their Narrative Representations. Journal of personality disorders vol 34 issue 6 2021 30742556 the experience of maltreatment in young children whose mothers have borderline personality disorder: reflections in their narrative representations. 2021-10-21 2022-01-13 Not clear
Kirsten Hauber, Albert Boon, Greet Kuipers, Robert Vermeire. Adolescent attachment insecurity and the influence of MBT. Attachment & human development vol 22 issue 2 2021 30289051 the aim of this study in a high-risk adolescent sample with personality disorders receiving intensive mentalisation-based treatment (mbt), was first, to examine deviations in insecure attachment distribution of the normative pattern, and in borderline personality disorder and other personality disorders; second, to explore whether mbt alters attachment representations and whether these alterations are related to changes in psychological distress. 2021-03-01 2022-01-13 Not clear
Matt Bowe. Stigma: A linguistic analysis of personality disorder in the UK popular press, 2008-2017. Journal of psychiatric and mental health nursing vol 26 issue 7-8 2020 31237384 abstract: introduction many people with a diagnosis of personality disorder experience stigma, and the press' representations may contribute to those processes. 2020-02-17 2022-01-13 Not clear
Sarah Verena Mayer, Karsten Rauss, Gilles Pourtois, Aiste Jusyte, Michael Sch\\xc3\\xb6nenber. Behavioral and electrophysiological responses to fairness norm violations in antisocial offenders. European archives of psychiatry and clinical neuroscience vol 269 issue 6 2020 29397410 the current data suggest intact fairness norm representations but altered reactions to their violation in antisocial personality disorder. 2020-02-04 2022-01-13 Not clear
Dorothee Bernheim, Manuela Gander, Ferdinand Keller, Mathias Becker, Alexander Lischke, Renate Mentel, Harald J Freyberger, Anna Buchhei. The role of attachment characteristics in dialectical behavior therapy for patients with borderline personality disorder. Clinical psychology & psychotherapy vol 26 issue 3 2020 30667573 the aim of this study was to investigate how attachment representations may influence the trajectory of change in a 1-year outpatient dialectical behavior therapy (dbt) for patients with borderline personality disorder (bpd). 2020-01-24 2022-01-13 Not clear
Anna Buchheim, Diana Diamon. Attachment and Borderline Personality Disorder. The Psychiatric clinics of North America vol 41 issue 4 2019 30447730 borderline personality disorder is associated with predominant insecure and unresolved attachment representations, linked history of trauma, impaired cognitive functioning and oxytocin levels, and higher limbic activations. 2019-03-14 2022-01-13 Not clear
Joseph E Beeney, Michael N Hallquist, William D Ellison, Kenneth N Lev. Self-other disturbance in borderline personality disorder: Neural, self-report, and performance-based evidence. Personality disorders vol 7 issue 1 2016 26011577 individuals with borderline personality disorder (bpd) display an impoverished sense of self and representations of self and others that shift between positive and negative poles. 2016-10-31 2022-01-12 Not clear
Diana Diamond, Kenneth N Levy, John F Clarkin, Melitta Fischer-Kern, Nicole M Cain, Stephan Doering, Susanne H\\xc3\\xb6rz, Anna Buchhei. Attachment and mentalization in female patients with comorbid narcissistic and borderline personality disorder. Personality disorders vol 5 issue 4 2015 25314231 we investigated attachment representations and the capacity for mentalization in a sample of adult female borderline patients with and without comorbid narcissistic personality disorder (npd). 2015-06-15 2022-01-12 Not clear
Patricia M Crittenden, Louise Newma. Comparing models of borderline personality disorder: Mothers' experience, self-protective strategies, and dispositional representations. Clinical child psychology and psychiatry vol 15 issue 3 2010 20603429 comparing models of borderline personality disorder: mothers' experience, self-protective strategies, and dispositional representations. 2010-10-29 2022-01-12 Not clear
Jenny Macfie, Scott A Swa. Representations of the caregiver-child relationship and of the self, and emotion regulation in the narratives of young children whose mothers have borderline personality disorder. Development and psychopathology vol 21 issue 3 2009 19583894 representations of the caregiver-child relationship and of the self, and emotion regulation in the narratives of young children whose mothers have borderline personality disorder. 2009-10-23 2022-01-12 Not clear
Ted Reichborn-Kjennerud, Nikolai Czajkowski, Svenn Torgersen, Michael C Neale, Ragnhild E \\xc3\\x98rstavik, Kristian Tambs, Kenneth S Kendle. The relationship between avoidant personality disorder and social phobia: a population-based twin study. The American journal of psychiatry vol 164 issue 11 2007 17974938 the purpose of this study was to determine the sources of comorbidity for social phobia and dimensional representations of avoidant personality disorder by estimating to what extent the two disorders are influenced by common genetic and shared or unique environmental factors versus the extent to which these factors are specific to each disorder. 2007-12-07 2022-01-12 Not clear
Ralf Pukrop, Maya Krische. Changing views about personality disorders: Comment about the prospective studies CIC, CLPS, and MSAD. Journal of personality disorders vol 19 issue 5 2006 16274285 three large-scale prospective studies (children in the community study [cic; cohen, crawford, johnson, & kasen, this issue], collaborative longitudinal personality disorders study [clps; skodol et al., this issue], and the mclean study of adult development [msad; zanarini, frankenburg, hennen, reich, & silk, this issue]) are discussed with respect to the following issues: shared and complementary features of the study designs, evidence for stable and changing personality disorder features, methodological issues (reliability, stability, and invariance), the relationship between axis i and ii disorders, and dimensional versus categorical representations of personality disorders. 2006-03-03 2022-01-12 Not clear
Gerald Tramantano, Rafael Art Javier, Mirna Colo. Discriminating among subgroups of borderline personality disorder: an assessment of object representations. American journal of psychoanalysis vol 63 issue 2 2003 12872786 discriminating among subgroups of borderline personality disorder: an assessment of object representations. 2003-11-10 2022-01-11 Not clear
W J Livesley, K L Jan. Toward an empirically based classification of personality disorder. Journal of personality disorders vol 14 issue 2 2000 10897464 with this approach, personality disorder is defined as the failure to solve life tasks involving the development of integrated representations of self and others, and the capacity for adaptive kinship and societal relationships. 2000-11-15 2022-01-11 Not clear
J T Nigg, N E Lohr, D Western, L J Gold, K R Sil. Malevolent object representations in borderline personality disorder and major depression. Journal of abnormal psychology vol 101 issue 1 1992 1537974 malevolent object representations in borderline personality disorder and major depression. 1992-04-01 2022-01-10 Not clear
J T Nigg, N E Lohr, D Western, L J Gold, K R Sil. Malevolent object representations in borderline personality disorder and major depression. Journal of abnormal psychology vol 101 issue 1 1992 1537974 results suggest the diagnostic significance of malevolent representations, which need to be explained by any theory of borderline personality disorder. 1992-04-01 2022-01-10 Not clear
J T Nigg, K R Silk, D Westen, N E Lohr, L J Gold, S Goodrich, S Ogat. Object representations in the early memories of sexually abused borderline patients. The American journal of psychiatry vol 148 issue 7 1991 2053625 this study analyzed psychological representations in 58 subjects in order to achieve a better understanding of the relation between adult borderline personality disorder and reported histories of childhood sexual and physical abuse. 1991-07-24 2022-01-10 Not clear
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