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Which of the following is not one of the four major components of a psychodynamic view of personality disorders?
Patients with borderline personality disorder who have experienced childhood trauma are characterized by which of the following?
The tendency for patients with borderline personality disorder to attribute negative attributes to neutral faces is associated with hyperreactivity in what brain area?
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