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Quick Reference for Personality Disorders
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Table 1. Prognostic Factors in Borderline Personality Disorder
 
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Table 2. Medication Strategies for Borderline Personality Disorder Target Symptoms
 
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Figure 1.

A Psychobiological Model of Personality Disorder

Source:

Gabbard GO: Psychodynamic Psychiatry in Clinical Practice, 4th ed. Washington, DC, American Psychiatric Publishing, 2005, p. 443 (based on Cloninger et al., 1993)

 
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Table 3. Varieties of Narcissistic Transference
 
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Table 4. DSM-IV-TR Personality Clusters, Specific Types, and Their Defining Clinical Features
 
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Table 5. Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Training Modules
 
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Figure 2.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy: Two-Pronged Approach

Source:

Stanley B, Brodsky BS: Dialectical behavior therapy, in The American Psychiatric Publishing Textbook of Personality Disorders. Edited by Oldham JO, Skodol AE, Bender DS. Washington, DC, American Psychiatric Publishing, 2005, chapter 19, p. 311

Cloninger CR, Srvakic DM, Pryzbeck TR: A psychobiological model of temperament and character. Arch Gen Psychiatry  1993; 50:975—990
 
Gabbard GO: Combining medication with psychotherapy in the treatment of borderline personality disorder, in Psychotherapy and Personality Disorders (Review of Psychiatry Series; Oldham JM and Riba MB, series eds.), vol 19. Edited by Gunderson JG, Gabbard GO. Washington, DC, American Psychiatric Press,  2000, pp 65—90
 
Links PS, Heslegrave R, vanReekum R: Prospective follow-up study of borderline personality disorder: prognosis, prediction of outcome, and axis II comorbidity. Can J Psychiatry  1998; 43:265—270
 
Links PS, Mitton JE, Steiner M: Stability of borderline personality disorder. Can J Psychiatry  1993; 38:255—259
 
McGlashan TH: Prediction of outcome in BPD, in The Borderline: Current Empirical Research. Edited by McGlashan TH. Washington, DC, American Psychiatric Press,  1985, pp 61—98
 
McGlashan TH: The Chestnut Lodge Follow-up Study, III: long-term outcome of borderline personalities. Arch Gen Psychiatry  1986; 43:20—30
 
McGlashan TH: The longitudinal profile of BPD: contributions from the Chestnut Lodge Follow-up Study, in Handbook of the Borderline Diagnosis. Edited by Silver D, Rosenbluth M. Madison, CT, International Universities Press,  1992
 
Paris J, Nowlis D, Brown R: Developmental factors in the outcome of borderline personality disorder. Compr Psychiatry  1988; 29:147—150
 
Plakun EM: Prediction of outcome in borderline personality disorder. J Personal Disord  1991; 5:93—101
 
Soloff PH: Algorithms for pharmacological treatment of personality dimensions: symptom-specific treatments for cognitive-perceptual, affective, and impulse-behavioral dysregulation. Bull Menninger Clin  1998; 62:195—214
 
Stone MH: Long-term outcome in personality disorders. Br J Psychiatry  1993; 162:299—313
 
Stone MH: The Fate of Borderline Patients: Successful Outcome and Psychiatric Practice. New York, Guilford,  1990
 

Figure 1.

A Psychobiological Model of Personality Disorder

Source:Gabbard GO: Psychodynamic Psychiatry in Clinical Practice, 4th ed. Washington, DC, American Psychiatric Publishing, 2005, p. 443 (based on Cloninger et al., 1993)

Figure 2.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy: Two-Pronged Approach

Source:Stanley B, Brodsky BS: Dialectical behavior therapy, in The American Psychiatric Publishing Textbook of Personality Disorders. Edited by Oldham JO, Skodol AE, Bender DS. Washington, DC, American Psychiatric Publishing, 2005, chapter 19, p. 311

Anchor for JumpAnchor for Jump
Table 1. Prognostic Factors in Borderline Personality Disorder
Anchor for JumpAnchor for Jump
Table 2. Medication Strategies for Borderline Personality Disorder Target Symptoms
Anchor for JumpAnchor for Jump
Table 3. Varieties of Narcissistic Transference
Anchor for JumpAnchor for Jump
Table 4. DSM-IV-TR Personality Clusters, Specific Types, and Their Defining Clinical Features
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Table 5. Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Training Modules
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References

Cloninger CR, Srvakic DM, Pryzbeck TR: A psychobiological model of temperament and character. Arch Gen Psychiatry  1993; 50:975—990
 
Gabbard GO: Combining medication with psychotherapy in the treatment of borderline personality disorder, in Psychotherapy and Personality Disorders (Review of Psychiatry Series; Oldham JM and Riba MB, series eds.), vol 19. Edited by Gunderson JG, Gabbard GO. Washington, DC, American Psychiatric Press,  2000, pp 65—90
 
Links PS, Heslegrave R, vanReekum R: Prospective follow-up study of borderline personality disorder: prognosis, prediction of outcome, and axis II comorbidity. Can J Psychiatry  1998; 43:265—270
 
Links PS, Mitton JE, Steiner M: Stability of borderline personality disorder. Can J Psychiatry  1993; 38:255—259
 
McGlashan TH: Prediction of outcome in BPD, in The Borderline: Current Empirical Research. Edited by McGlashan TH. Washington, DC, American Psychiatric Press,  1985, pp 61—98
 
McGlashan TH: The Chestnut Lodge Follow-up Study, III: long-term outcome of borderline personalities. Arch Gen Psychiatry  1986; 43:20—30
 
McGlashan TH: The longitudinal profile of BPD: contributions from the Chestnut Lodge Follow-up Study, in Handbook of the Borderline Diagnosis. Edited by Silver D, Rosenbluth M. Madison, CT, International Universities Press,  1992
 
Paris J, Nowlis D, Brown R: Developmental factors in the outcome of borderline personality disorder. Compr Psychiatry  1988; 29:147—150
 
Plakun EM: Prediction of outcome in borderline personality disorder. J Personal Disord  1991; 5:93—101
 
Soloff PH: Algorithms for pharmacological treatment of personality dimensions: symptom-specific treatments for cognitive-perceptual, affective, and impulse-behavioral dysregulation. Bull Menninger Clin  1998; 62:195—214
 
Stone MH: Long-term outcome in personality disorders. Br J Psychiatry  1993; 162:299—313
 
Stone MH: The Fate of Borderline Patients: Successful Outcome and Psychiatric Practice. New York, Guilford,  1990
 
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