All Relations between representation and Personality Disorders

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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 2022-01-09 human
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 2022-01-09 human
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 2022-01-07 human
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