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Abnormal #16, 17

Personality Disorders
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Cyd Skinner

on 1 November 2017

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Transcript of Abnormal #16, 17

Personality
Disorders

C. Anxious/Fearful
B. Dramatic/
Emotional
Antisocial
A. Odd/eccentric
Paranoid
:
suspicious
doubts loyalty
afraid to confide in others
finds hidden meanings
bears grudges
perceives attacks others do not see.
Avoidant
:
3 Clusters:
A. Odd/eccentric
B. Dramatic/Emotional
C. Anxious/Fearful

Schizoid
:
solitary
asexual
no pleasure in activities
few friends
indifferent
http://www.gq.com/story/the-last-true-hermit
Schizotypal
:
odd beliefs and language
magical thinking
bodily illusions
overpersonalize
few friends
Borderline
Narcissistic
Histrionic
Dependent:
Obsessive Compulsive:
Statement from Sandusky:
Alberto Gonzales:
From Flavor of Love:
Characteristics:
Charm
Deceit
Manipulation
No remorse
Characteristics:
Manipulation
Extreme mood swings
Fear of rejection
Drama
Characteristics
:
No Empathy
Self centered
narcissistic rage
low/seemingly high self esteem
Part 1:
Part 2:
avoids contact
fear of being criticized
feels inadequate
fear of embarrassing themselves
everyday and major decisions difficult, afraid to disagree, difficulty starting projects, excessive in seeking support, helpless, afraid of being alone, preoccupied with being abandoned
details, rules, organization, schedules; perfectionist; no leisure; inflexible about morality; hording behavior; afraid to delegate; miserly; rigid
General:
Pattern of thought, emotion, behavior/interpersonal/impulse control:
intense and extreme
Inflexible - stable
Persistent, pervasive and pathological
Distress and dysfunction
Started before age 18
trait vs. state
context
distress to others
problems in relationships and work
4-15% of the population
seem to have both genetic and environmental risk/cause
maltreatment in childhood, poor interpersonal, emotional dysregulation
antidepressant/antianxiety/antipsychotic drugs
CBT, DBT
treatment seeking vs treatment completion
Dimensional Model:
Personality functioning, impaired:
Identity
Self-direction
Empathy
Intimacy
Personality traits,
pathological:
Negative affectivity
Detachment
Antagonism
Disinhibition
Psychoticism
2% of population
5.5% of pop
2.3% of pop
BUT, being outrageous is part of her professional image/persona....
Remember not to pathologize that which is not pathology.
"What really happened doesn't matter. What really matters is how it looks."
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