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A screening measure for BPD: the McLean Screening Instrument for Borderline Personality Disorder (MSI-BPD).
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The results of this study suggest that the McLean Screening Instrument for Borderline Personality Disorder may be a useful screening instrument for the presence of DSM-IV borderline personality disorder.
Zanarini Rating Scale for Borderline Personality Disorder (ZAN-BPD): a continuous measure of DSM-IV borderline psychopathology.
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The results of this study suggest that the ZAN-BPD is a promising clinician-administered scale for the assessment of change in borderline psychopathology over time.
Attainment and maintenance of reliability of axis I and II disorders over the course of a longitudinal study.
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The results of this study suggest that the reliability of axis II disorders is both good to excellent and practically equivalent to that found for most axis I disorders.
Reported pathological childhood experiences associated with the development of borderline personality disorder.
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It is suggested that sexual abuse is neither necessary nor sufficient for the development of borderline personality disorder and that other childhood experiences, particularly neglect by caretakers of both genders, represent significant risk factors.
Axis I comorbidity of borderline personality disorder.
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The results suggest that the lifetime pattern of axis I comorbidity characteristic of borderline patients and distinguishing for the disorder is a particularly good marker for borderline personality disorder.
The Revised Diagnostic Interview for Borderlines: Discriminating BPD from other Axis II Disorders
The Diagnostic Interview for Borderlines (DIB) was revised to sharpen its ability to discriminate between clinically diagnosed borderline patients and patients with other types of Axis II clinical
The subsyndromal phenomenology of borderline personality disorder: a 10-year follow-up study.
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The results suggest that borderline personality disorder may consist of both symptoms that are manifestations of acute illness and symptoms that represent more enduring aspects of the disorder.
Axis II comorbidity of borderline personality disorder.
The longitudinal course of borderline psychopathology: 6-year prospective follow-up of the phenomenology of borderline personality disorder.
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The results suggest that symptomatic improvement is both common and stable, even among the most disturbed borderline patients, and that the symptomatic prognosis for most, but not all, severely ill borderline patients is better than previously recognized.
The McLean Study of Adult Development (MSAD): overview and implications of the first six years of prospective follow-up.
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It was found that borderline patients were improving psychosocially over time, particularly remitted borderline patients; psychosocial functioning of remitted patients continued to improve as time progressed, suggesting that they were somewhat belatedly achieving the milestones of young adulthood and not simply returning to a prodromal level of functioning.
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