INTERRELATIONSHIP OF PERSONALITY DISORDERS: THEORETICAL FORMULATIONS AND ANECDOTAL EVIDENCE
This article attempts to define the interrelationship of personality disorders. Relationships both between and among the three major groupings of DSM-III are discussed. It is proposed that three personality disorders, namely passive aggressive, avoidant, and borderline are impure and serve as bridges between the three major DSM-111 groupings. Placement within the three groupings is discussed with antisocial, compulsive and schizoid as being the essence of the three categories. Anecdotal evidence from previous psychometric research is provided.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1987-01-01
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