Depressive personality disorder, dysthymia, and their relationship to perfectionism.

@article{Huprich2008DepressivePD,
  title={Depressive personality disorder, dysthymia, and their relationship to perfectionism.},
  author={Steven K Huprich and John H Porcerelli and Rachel A. Keaschuk and Juliann Binienda and Benjamin Engle},
  journal={Depression and anxiety},
  year={2008},
  volume={25 3},
  pages={
          207-17
        }
}
This paper reports the results of two studies in a nonclinical (n=105) and primary care outpatient sample (n=110), in which Depressive Personality Disorder (DPD), Dysthymia, and depression were assessed for their distinctive relationship with perfectionism. Results from both studies found that self-reported DPD, Dysthymia, and depressive symptoms were all intercorrelated, and that DPD, Dysthymia, and depressive symptoms were correlated with three dimensions of perfectionism-Concern over… CONTINUE READING

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