Attachment, borderline personality, and romantic relationship dysfunction.

  title={Attachment, borderline personality, and romantic relationship dysfunction.},
  author={Jonathan Hill and Stephanie D. Stepp and Ming Wai Wan and Holly F Hope and Jennifer Q Morse and Miriam Steele and Howard Steele and Paul A. Pilkonis},
  journal={Journal of personality disorders},
  volume={25 6},
Previous studies have implicated attachment and disturbances in romantic relationships as important indicators for Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). The current research extends our current knowledge by examining the specific associations among attachment, romantic relationship dysfunction, and BPD, above and beyond the contribution of emotional distress and nonromantic interpersonal functioning in two distinct samples. Study 1 comprised a community sample of women (N = 58) aged 25-36… CONTINUE READING
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