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Depression and Personality Disorder

Depression and Personality Disorder

Research into the relationship between depression and personality disorder is compromised by a number of methodologic factors, including differing concepts of personality disorder, the validity of a personality disorder diagnosis, the effect of mood on diagnosis, and the overlap between some personality disorder symptoms and mood symptoms. Personality pathology is common in patients with personality disorder. Reasons for this include a “scar”...

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