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personality disorder?

enduring pattern of inner behavior and experience

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what are the components of personality disorders

cognitive, emotional, interpersonal, behavioral.

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when is the onset of personality disorder

adolescent or early adulthood. is stable over time.

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repetitive compulsion

severe repetitive and constricted.

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what are the four main character types

narcissistic, hysterical, compulsive, masochistic

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cluster A

psychotic-like, but not psychotic. paranoid, schizoid, schizotypal.

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paranoid personality disorder

pervasive distrust an suspisciousness of others. motives are interpreted as malevolent. does not occur exclusively during schizophrenia.

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when does paranoid PD onset

early adulthood.

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schizoid PD

pervasive pattern of detachment from social relationships and a restricted range of expression or emotions.

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schizotypal

pervasive pattern of interpersonal deficits marked by cognitive or perceptual distortions and eccentricities of behavior.

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cluster B

dreaded disorders. behavioral. include antisocial, histrionic, narcissistic, borderline

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antisocial personality disorder

disregard for the violation of rights of others occurring since 15. evidence of conduct disorder before age 15.

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histrionic PD

pervasive pattern of excessive emotionality and attention seeking beginning by early adulthood. sexually seductive or provocative behavior. self-drmaatization and theatricality, exaggerated emotional expression. easily influenced by others. considers relationships to be more intimate than they actually are.

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narcissistic PD

pattern of grandiosity and fantasy in behavior beginning early adulthood. need for admiration, lack of empathy, sense of entitlement.

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borderline PD

instability of interpersonal relationships, self-image and affects. marked impulsivity by early adulthood. need 5 of 9 symptoms

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symptoms of borderline.

fanatical efforts to avoid imagined or real abandonment. unstable and intense interpersonal relationships (alternating idealization and devaluation). persistently unstable self-image or sense of self. self-damaging impulsivity. suicidal/mutilation. chronic emptiness. frequent and intense anger outburst. transient ideation or severe dissociative symptoms.

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cluster C

anxious but not anxiety disordered. avoidant, OCD, dependent.

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avoidant PD

social inhibition by early adulthood. inhibited in social situations because of inadequacy. hypersensitive to criticism and rejection.

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OCPD

early adulthood. lists, rules, schedules. perfectionism interferes with task completion. excessively devoted to work and productivity. scrupulous about morality, ethics, and values. unable to discard workout objects. micro-manages tasks. miserly spending. rigid and stubborn.
doctors are more likely to be this .

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dependent PD

need to be taken care of. indecisive, submissive and clingy, difficulty expressing disagreement. lack of self-confidence. helplessness. goes to excessive lengths to obtain nurturance and support from others.

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five-factor model

extraversion, neuroticism, openness to experience, conscientiousness, agreeableness.

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most common personality disorder

cluster C, second is cluster A.

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which cluster is more likely in health care?

clusterB

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what about parents increases risk for personality disorder

number of parental traits increases risk for PD