John P Muller

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This article considers the phenomenon of treatment resistance as primarily resulting from the eclipse of the "Third." The notion of the Third is examined across a range of psychoanalytic and other formulations classified according to developmental, relational, and structural dimensions. This conception supports the importance of attending to issues of(More)
Admission and mean 14-year follow-up Global Assessment Scale functioning were studied in 237 inpatients meeting DSM-III criteria for borderline (BPD) and schizotypal (SPD) personality disorders and compared to major affective disorder, schizophrenia and other diagnoses. BPD patients also meeting criteria for SPD functioned more poorly than other BPD or SPD(More)
A collaborative effort to describe patients at admission led to the development of the Central Data Set, a 32-item profile of demographic and clinical variables which was used to sample 1,302 admissions across 10 hospitals in 1982. Weighted estimates indicated that this group of adult patients admitted to CNPHA-member hospitals were younger than those(More)
The Robert M. La Follette School of Public Affairs is a nonpartisan teaching and research department of the University of Wisconsin–Madison. The school takes no stand on policy issues; opinions expressed in these pages reflect the views of the authors. and Development (OECD). This study has provided graduate students at La Follette the opportunity to(More)