Borderline personality pathology in young people at ultra high risk of developing a psychotic disorder.

@article{Ryan2017BorderlinePP,
  title={Borderline personality pathology in young people at ultra high risk of developing a psychotic disorder.},
  author={J Damien Ryan and Anne Graham and Barnaby Nelson and Alison R. Yung},
  journal={Early intervention in psychiatry},
  year={2017},
  volume={11 3},
  pages={
          208-214
        }
}
AIM The association between borderline personality disorder and the ultra high risk (UHR) for psychosis state is unclear. The following study aimed to investigate the type of attenuated psychotic symptoms and prevalence of borderline personality pathology in a sample of UHR young people. Additionally, the study aimed to explore whether borderline personality pathology influenced the transition rate to psychosis. METHODS Medical records from Orygen Youth Health between 2007 and 2009 were… CONTINUE READING
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