Caratteristiche di Personalità e Profili Anaclitici/Introiettivi di Adolescenti Borderline

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Abstract

[automatically translated] The Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) in adolescence plays a central role (Bradley, Conklin, & Westen, 2005), despite the heterogeneity, comorbidity and difficult diagnosability (Heitz et al., 2014). Several attempts have been made to create discrete categories can identify operation profiles of sufficiently homogeneous personality (cf.. Wixom, Ludolph, & Westen, 1993; Blatt & Luyten, 2009). In our study we aim to confirm the existence of profiles introjective / anaclitic within the borderline range. Were administered to two groups of subjects (clinical vs control) the Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-IV Axis II Disorders (SCID II, First et al., 1997), the Depressive Experiences Questionnaire for DEQ-A Teen (Blatt et al. , 1992), the Child and Adolescent Perfectionism Scale (CAPS, Flett et al., 1991), the Youth Self Report (YSR, Achenbach, 2001). Our results indicate that in patients borderline-anaclitic the prevailing personality functioning is biased on the side Dependency on a size mostly internalizing and on a kind of socially prescribed perfectionism; in those borderline-introjective the functioning of the personality seems mainly polarized on the side of self-criticism, of a size largely externalizing and on a kind of perfectionism, self-directed. In conclusion, our study confirms the existence of two large operating profiles, one characterized by greater sensitivity to issues of relatedness, lived more immature and primitive way;
Original languageItalian
Pages231-231
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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