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They were Finds local sluts for sex in denford for both PD and attachment styles. Outcome at six months denfordd predicted by both security of attachment and BPD symptom severity at intake. However, this applied only to clinician-assessed changes in functioning. BPD patients differed from all other groups ednford novelty-seeking and co-operativeness and this difference was not mediated by attachment style or parental bonding. This indicates that attachment representation disturbances are a separate and independent aspect of pathology from the temperament dimensions observed by Links and others Links et al.

Individuals with antisocial tendencies are well-characterized by their dismissiveness of attachment and attachment-related experiences Frodi et al. In this latter study of 24 psychopathic criminal offenders, idealization of mother and a representation of father as swx markers of dismissing-insecure attachment classification were slufs correlated with scores on psychopathy. Clinical picture Co-morbidity Skodol et al. The findings are consistent. In a series of non-psychotic outpatients, 59 were diagnosed with BPD. Only one of these did not have a concurrent Axis-I diagnosis and over two-thirds had three or more Axis-I diagnoses Zimmerman and Mattia In the biggest study of subjects with PD comprehensively assessed for Axis-I and Axis-II disorders using both semi-structured interviews and self-rating scales, of patients, were diagnosed with BPD Skodol et al.

Co-morbidity may be an artefact of overlapping symptom sets used to define co-occurring disorders. Criteria for BPD include slyts instability and recurrent suicidal threats or behaviours, both of which overlap with eenford of MDD. Alternatively, co-morbidity may be the result of the presence of a third locql. For example, it has loocal suggested that the co-occurrence of internalizing and externalizing disorder in zluts people may be the consequence of a characterological pre-disposition that makes young people vulnerable, perhaps in association with psycho-social stress Gunderson and Elliott This would explain why Cluster B PD is so common in depressed conduct-disordered adolescents Crawford et al.

The alternative hypothesis is that borderline and other Cluster B symptomatology is a complication that arises from a primary affective disorder Akiskal ; Akiskal et al. Thus, interpersonal maladjustment may be a residue of depressive illness and chronic PD may result from recurrent depressive episodes. Consistent with this hypothesis, Crawford and colleagues b demonstrated that internalizing symptoms at age 10—14 predict Cluster B symptoms three years later in girls. Also in girls, externalizing symptoms in middle adolescence predict Cluster B symptoms in young adulthood. However, Cluster B symptoms in 10—year-old girls and boys were found to predict externalizing symptoms in adolescence.

The results however speak most eloquently for the stability of Cluster B symptoms across development, which in turn is consistent with a genetic temperamental account see below. The best established is Cloninger et al. The dimensions suggested are: More recently, Shedler and Westen proposed a clinician-oriented dimensional assessment procedure that asks the clinician to sort personality characteristics into stacks of increasing applicability to an individual patient Westen ; Westen and Shedler a,b; Shedler The sort yields similarity scores to prototypes profiles of characteristics well-recognized by clinicians: A range of studies reported BPD to be associated with temperament characterized by a high degree of neuroticism i.

BPD has also been shown to be associated with a high degree of harm avoidance i. For BPD the key dimensions are likely to involve impulsive aggression and affective instability. The four factors were emotional dysregulation, dissocial behaviour, inhibitedness, and compulsivity. It is the combination of impulsivity and negative affectivity that appears uniquely characteristic of BPD. Naturally, personality traits like affective instability or impulsive aggression are not unrelated to the putative intrapsychic disturbances such as identity disturbance or defense mechanisms such as passive aggression.

In one study of PD patients, degree of affective instability was found to be correlated with identity disturbance, chronic emptiness and boredom, defensive splitting, projection, acting out, and somatization Koenigsberg et al. This kind of association is to be expected given that the phenomena upon which these apparently alternative modes of observation are made are the same. The natural history of BPD However, the question of causality is moot. While dimensions such as affective instability and impulsiveness are known to be in part biologically-determined, the association with intrapsychic defenses may not be accounted for by the biological components of these traits.

Nevertheless, the associations of trait and psychodynamic descriptions of BPD indicate the desirability of a multimodal approach to the aetiology of BPD. The natural history of BPD The stability of the diagnosis over time This has been looked at in 13 studies. Some studies have found extremely low stability. In general, the stability of BPD has a strong inverse relationship with the length of follow-up McDavid and Pilkonis In a survey of adolescents ranging in age from 11 to 21, Bernstein and colleagues found that adolescents with a severe diagnosis of BPD were 13 times more likely to have the same diagnosis two years later than participants without this initial diagnosis.

When assessed in a community sample of female adolescents, two-year stability estimates for Cluster B symptoms ranged between 0. In a similar study of a community sample of adolescents Crawford et al. Stability estimates were 0. Interestingly, these stability coefficients are stronger than those observed for either internalizing 0. This suggests that Axis II symptoms are developmentally more stable than Axis I symptoms across this age group.

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By contrast, in a college student sample, the stability of borderline symptoms across two years ranged between 0. It seems that when assessed as latent variables indicated by dimensional scales, dramatic-erratic personality traits are more stable from early adolescence into early adulthood denforr when measured as categoricallydefined diagnoses. Cluster B personality dysfunction appears to diminish with age, but the odds of rediagnosis of BPD diminish less over time. Given the high stability seex maladaptive personality traits from early adolescence into locap, sub-threshold but clinically significant Cluster B disturbances are likely to persist Finrs time Just for sex in nueva gerona et al.

The Collaborative Longitudinal Personality Disorder Study suggests that a history of MDD with insidious onset in ddnford and locap, chronicity dfnford progressive severity is particularly likely to be associated with adult PD Skodol et al. A study of a random sample of youths Kasen et al. However, the odds ratios in Finds local sluts for sex in denford report were adjusted for childhood maltreatment and if MDD in BPD was principally a reaction to childhood abuse then MDD would not be observed to be associated with BPD in this analysis. A longitudinal study of lsuts boys and girls recruited from a community sample looked at the predictive significance of internalizing and externalizing symptoms for the development slurs Cluster B characteristics Crawford et al.

The pattern for girls loca, that externalizing symptoms in adolescence 12—17 dor Cluster B symptoms llcal 17—24, even when earlier Cluster B symptoms slluts controlled for. However, early FFinds internalizing symptoms anxiety and depression oocal predicted Cluster B symptoms Hookup site profiles adolescence. The pattern for girls at least appears from this study zluts be that early internalizing symptoms predict adolescent Cluster B symptoms but dnford externalizing symptoms predict adult Cluster B symptoms. The findings are intriguing because for boys there appears to be no forward prediction of Cluster B symptoms from either internalizing or externalizing symptoms.

This finding complements the retrospective observation that antisocial behaviour in female adolescents is Fins with BPD symptoms Fiinds early adulthood Goodman et al. There are those who sxe the establishment of the diagnosis of BPD in childhood. A review of the literature e. There are a number of studies of the course of BPD although most have methodological problems. The clinical course is somewhat heterogeneous even within samples. Borderline denofrd improve symptomatically over time. Long-term outcome in this study was associated with severity of the disorder and the quality of adaptation The natural history of BPD functioning at the start of the study but not with llocal quality or child abuse or trauma Denfod and Paris, A ffor study Zanarini et al.

Of the subjects with Slurs over one-third met the criteria dluts remission at 2 years, half at 4 lkcal, and over two-thirds at 6 drnford. Importantly, the comparison subjects skuts other axis II disorders did not develop BPD over the course of the follow-up. The patients with BPD had declining rates of symptoms but Butts nude selfpics symptomatically distinct from the comparison subjects. Comparing the rate at which categories of symptoms decline, gor study found impulsive symptoms to resolve most quickly oocal affective symptoms to be the most Findd.

Cognitive and interpersonal symptoms were intermediate in the rate of decline. The results suggest that symptomatic improvement denfrod both common and stable, even among the most disturbed borderline patients, and Fjnds the symptomatic prognosis for most, but not all, severely ill borderline Finds local sluts for sex in boyn hill is better than previously recognized. This contrasts with the relative stability of the disorder in late adolescence and young adulthood.

In a study of the stability of Cluster B symptoms between the ages of 12 and 20, Crawford and colleagues reported higher stability for PD symptoms than for Axis I symptoms internalizing and externalizing Crawford et al. The stability for Cluster B symptoms was 0. These findings underscore the persistence of normal and abnormal personality constellations. The lower stability of Axis I symptoms may be disguised by some developmental heterotypy i. Nevertheless, the stability of Cluster B disturbance is striking and many might interpret this as supporting the link of Cluster B with biologically predetermined personality dispositions such as novelty seeking where genetic loadings are high Livesley et al.

Borderline personality disorder patients who have been sexually abused in childhood Paris et al. Phenomenological factors that predict poor outcome include higher levels of affective instability, magical thinking, and aggression in relationships McGlashanimpulsivity and substance abuse Links et al. Further, if the patients have co-morbid schizotypal McGlashanantisocial Stoneor paranoid features, then the prognosis is likely to be poor Links et al. The evidence consistently suggests that even if the diagnosis of BPD ceases to be applicable, patients tend to remain functionally seriously impaired Skodol et al. Studies of mechanisms and aetiological factors Biological considerations Biological markers In the hope of identifying a mechanism for BPD, a number of studies have attempted to identify biological markers for BPD or traits related to the disorder.

For example, a Finnish study reported low total serum cholesterol levels in a group of suicidal criminal offenders with early onset conduct disorder Repo-Tiihonen et al. The search for a definitive biological marker has not so far been successful. As our understanding of the pathology of the disorder improves, definitive biological markers and more homogeneous descriptions of subtypes are bound to follow. We must remember that, as the brain is the origin of the mind, the identification of biological markers cannot be considered to imply a de-emphasis of psychosocial aspects of causation.

The impact of these experiences will be as evident at biological as at psychological levels of observation. Genetic studies Original family studies of schizophrenia established the independence of BPD from schizophrenia and schizotypal PD Nigg and Goldsmith This led to an alternative suggestion that BPD was linked to mood disorder Stone et al. Further, co-morbidity with depression might reflect the high base rates of both BPD and depression in clinical samples. Studies that have reported depression in the relatives of individuals with BPD did not control in all cases for co-morbid mood disorder in the BPD probands Schultz et al. When mood disorder is assessed blind to the PD diagnosis, depression is only found in the relatives of depressed borderlines Zanarini et al.

Studies of mechanisms and aetiological factors The major twin study so far is the Norwegian study by Torgersen and colleagues Heritability for PDs generally was 0. Among the specific PDs narcissistic was 0. Best fitting models never included shared environmental effects. The study could not model ASPD because of the low sample size. Unfortunately, the interviewers interviewed both twins and were not blind to zygosity, and this is known to inflate genetic effects. Nevertheless, there is a clear indication here that genetic factors are critical in the aetiology of BPD. Trait or dimensional approaches are more appropriate for the study of the heritability of BPD, as we must assume that it is one of the brain mechanisms underlying personality differences that exist at extreme levels in BPD.

Phenotypic factor analyses look at the structure underlying a matrix of correlations derived from measures of multiple traits. Multivariate genetic analyses are applied to a matrix of genetic correlations. The data from MZ and DZ twins may be used to partition phenotypic correlations between two traits into genetic and environmental components. When this method is applied to the eight basic dimensions assessed by the Dimensional Assessment of Personality Pathology Baseline Questionnaire a four-factor structure of the inherited components of BPD emerges Livesley et al. The large first factor contained: This strongly resembles the clinical picture of BPD.

The fact that the genetic structure strongly resembles the phenotypic structure suggests that the pattern of traits in BPD is highly heritable. A further study of child twin pairs 70 MZ and 42 DZ asked parents to assess features of PD and neuropsychological dysfunctional features Coolidge et al. The median heritability for the 12 PD scales was 0. Twin studies consistently show that aggressive antisocial behaviour is more heritable than non-aggressive antisocial behaviour Eley et al. In a meta-analysis of twin and adoption studies Rhee and Waldmanmoderate additive genetic, non-additive, shared environmental, and non-shared environmental influences on anti-social behaviour were found.

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