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J Reich
Criteria for self-defeating personality disorder were examined using a standard measure in 148 psychiatric outpatients. The best individual criterion was self-defeating B (taken advantage of by others). Self-defeating A (sacrifices needs for others) and K (being hurt is sexually arousing) were of little value. Although some dependent, histronic, and avoidant criteria were also related to self-defeating personality disorder, the disorders appeared fairly clearly separate. There did appear to be more overlap (although not identity) with borderline personality disorder...
November 1989: Psychiatry Research
R K Blashfield
The 1986 version of the ICD-10 diagnostic criteria for the personality disorders was analyzed. In one part of the study, clinicians in the United States were asked to assign the ICD-10 criteria to the ICD-10 categories. In a second part, the ICD-10 criteria were assigned to DSM-III-R categories. In the first part, the face validities of the ICD-10 criteria were highly variable. Thirty percent of the criteria were assigned to the correct parent category by over 80% of the clinicians. In contrast, 34% of the criteria failed to be correctly assigned by at least half of the clinicians...
September 1990: Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica
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