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TREATMENT OF
PERSONALITY DISORDERS

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TREATMENT OF
PERSONALITY DISORDERS

Edited by

Jan Derksen
University of Nijmegen
Nijmegen, The Netherlands and
Free University of Brussels
Brussels, Belgium

Cesare Maffei
Vita-Salute San Raffaele University
and Scientific Institute San Raffaele
Milan, Italy

and

Herman Groen
Forensic Psychiatric Institute "Oldenkotte"
Rekker, The Netherlands

Springer Science+Business Media, LLC

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Emotion dysregulation, 183, 184
Etiology. 103
Evolution, 102, 103, 272
Extemal reality, 170

Five Factor Model, 146,274
Functional analysis, 163
Functional level, 44
Fusion, 300

GABA,221
GAF, 164,260,263
Gay community, 294
Genetics, 1, 246, 278
Genotype, 3
Gestalt, 106
Grandiose self, 245, 299
Grandiosity, 28
Grief,74. 194

Hallucination, 209
Heritability, 9
High level, 290
HIV, 290, 297
HIV-positive, 292, 301

Identity diffusion, 62, 168
Identity problem, 8
IOU, 295
Image distorting, 50
Immune system, 100, 101
Impulse cluster, 113, 122
Impulsivity,230
Incestuous desire, 87
Instable relationship, 188
Internal representation, 56, 279
Internal working models, 80
Interpersonal circle, 275
Interpersonal effectiveness, 205
Interpersonal locus, 155
Interpersonal octagon, 271, 273, 284
Interpersonal theory, 270
Intervention techniques, 99
Intrapsychic processes, 275
Intrapsychic reality, 51

Lability, 27
Life-expectance, 302
Life-threatening, 198
Lithium, 221, 224
Long-term chronicity, 107
Low level, 290
Lowerness, 272

Maladaptive functioning, 104
Maltreatment, 65
MAO, 225
Marital partner, 283
Maturation. 31

Maternal sensitivity, 55
MCMI, 136, 243, 248
Medication group, 258
Mentalizing, 57, 64
Metabolizing, 296
Mind representation, 73
MMPI-2,158
Multiple crisis, 193
Multi-problem. 196

Narcissistic despair, 244
Needle sharing, 295
Negative relating, 272, 274
Negative symptoms, 209
Negative transference, 168
Negotiating power, 281
Neuroleptics, 259, 264
Neuroticism, 148
Neurotransmitter, 21
Nonspecific tranquillizer, 215
Novelty seeking, 6

Obsessive-compulsive, 145
Oedipal triangular, 176
Omnipotence, 291
Orthogonality, 143
Overcompliant, 114

Panic disorder, 130
Paradoxical, 233
Paraphilias, 121
Parasuicide, 189
Personality organization, 119
Pervasive, 88
Phenotype, 2
Placebo, 210, 212, 214
Polarity, 188
Post-eclecticism, 105
Postive relating, 275
Posttraumatic, 229
Pre-oedipal, 293
Primary caregiver, 53, 63
Projective identification, 180
Promiscuous behavior, 222
Protocol, 162
Prototypical, 123
Psychobiological structures, 33
Psychological dependence, 270
Psychological mindedness, 265
Psychological self, 60
Psychotic regression, 175
Psychotic transference, 178, 179
Psychotic-like, 234, 236
Psychotropic, 255

Rapprochement sub-phase, 79
Reactivation, 176
Reflective function scale, 64
Regression, 40, 173

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Index

Schizoid,5
Schizotypal, 141,210
Schizotypy, 10
SCID-II-R, 135
Self harming behavior, 32
Self identity, 30
Self system, 29
Self-destructive behavior, 235
Self-disclosure, 200
Self-generated behavior, 186
Self-mutilation, 223, 291
Self-sufficiency, 84
Self-validation, 190
Separation-individuation, 80
Serotonergic system, 14
Sexual abuse, 85
Sexual conflict, 171
Side effects, 213
Social phobia, 22, 130, 142
Social learning theory, II
Splitting, 78, 86, 174
SSRI, 19,219,256
Substance abuse, 241, 250
Suicidal behavior, 212

Suicide bid, 280
Superego, 177,293
Supportive technique, 167
Supportive-expressive, 296

Tardive dyskinesia, 209
TCI,7,I59
Temperamental features, 126
Temper-tantrums, 15
Temporal stability, 93
Therapeutic alliance, 43
Therapeutic community, 62, 247
Three-step procedure, 169
Transgenerational, 81, 82
Transition phase, 299
Treatment policy, 160
Twin study, 13

Unidimensional model, 124, 126
Upperness, 272, 282

Vulnerability, 101,202, 161, 187,242

Zen, 197

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