A Contingency-Oriented Approach to Understanding Borderline Personality Disorder: Situational Triggers and Symptoms.

@article{Miskewicz2015ACA,
  title={A Contingency-Oriented Approach to Understanding Borderline Personality Disorder: Situational Triggers and Symptoms.},
  author={Kelly Miskewicz and William Fleeson and Elizabeth Mayfield Arnold and Mary Kate Law and Malek Mneimne and R. Michael Furr},
  journal={Journal of personality disorders},
  year={2015},
  volume={29 4},
  pages={486-502}
}
This article tested a contingency-oriented perspective to examine the dynamic relationships between in-the-moment borderline personality disorder (BPD) symptom events and in-the-moment triggers. An experience sampling study with 282 adults, including 77 participants with BPD, obtained reports of situational triggers and BPD symptom events five times daily for 2 weeks. Triggers included being rejected, betrayed, abandoned, offended, and disappointed; having one's self-concept threatened; being… CONTINUE READING
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