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The relation of attachment status, psychiatric classification, and response to psychotherapy.
Preliminary outcome results suggest that individuals rated as dismissing on the AAI are more likely to show improvements in psychotherapy.
Effectiveness of partial hospitalization in the treatment of borderline personality disorder: a randomized controlled trial.
Results suggest that partial hospitalization may offer an alternative to inpatient treatment for patients with borderline personality disorder and that replication is needed with larger groups.
Attachment and reflective function: Their role in self-organization
It is suggested that the ability to mentalize, to represent behavior in terms of mental states, or to have a theory of mind is a key determinant of self-organization which is acquired in the context of the child's early social relationships.
Psychotherapy for Borderline Personality Disorder: Mentalization Based Treatment
1. EPIDEMIOLOGICAL AND ETIOLOGICAL RESEARCH ON BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER Definition of the problem Epidemiology Clinical picture The natural history of BPD Studies of mechanisms and
The capacity for understanding mental states - the reflective self in parent and child and its significance for security of attachment
Epidemiologists and psychoanalysts have been equally concerned about the intergenera-tional concordance of disturbed patterns of attachment. Mary Main's introduction of the Adult Attachment Interview
Mentalizing in Clinical Practice
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Severity Indices of Personality Problems (SIPP-118): development, factor structure, reliability, and validity.
The final instrument, the SIPP-118, provides a set of 5 reliable, valid, and efficient indices of the core components of (mal)adaptive personality functioning, suggesting that the domain scores are stable over a time interval of 14-21 days in a student sample but are sensitive to change over a 2-year follow-up interval in a treated patient population.
A developmental, mentalization-based approach to the understanding and treatment of borderline personality disorder
It is argued that BPD is primarily associated with a low threshold for the activation of the attachment system and deactivation of controlled mentalization, linked to impairments in the ability to differentiate mental states of self and other, which lead to hypersensitivity and increased susceptibility to contagion by other people's mental states.
'Affect regulation, mentalization and the development of the self' and 'Creating a Peaceful School Environment for Learning: An Anti-Violence Intervention for Schools'
In a brilliant examination of the frontiers of human emotion and cognition, four prominent psychoanalysts combine the perspectives of developmental psychology, attachment theory and Psychoanalytic technique to create a bold, energetic and ultimately encouraging vision for the psychoanallytic treatment.