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Abstract Traditional conceptions of personality disorder (PD) view severe identity disturbance as a defining characteristic of borderline personality disorder (BPD). In the alternative DSM-5 model for PDs (AMPD) and in the outlined substantial changes to PD diagnostics in ICD-11, disturbances in...
Abstract Up to half of individuals diagnosed with autism are expected to develop a depression. It is assumed that inner neurological and cognitive disorders are specifically related to autism in general, and that individuals with autism have special problems with regard to living a good enough...
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