Difficulties with emotion regulation mediate the relationship between borderline personality disorder symptom severity and interpersonal problems.

@article{Herr2013DifficultiesWE,
  title={Difficulties with emotion regulation mediate the relationship between borderline personality disorder symptom severity and interpersonal problems.},
  author={Nathaniel R Herr and M. Zachary Rosenthal and Paul J. Geiger and Karen M Erikson},
  journal={Personality and mental health},
  year={2013},
  volume={7 3},
  pages={191-202}
}
Problems with interpersonal functioning and difficulties with emotion regulation are core characteristics of borderline personality disorder (BPD). Little is known, however, about the interrelationship between these areas of dysfunction in accounting for BPD symptom severity. The present study examines a model of the relationship between difficulties with emotion regulation and interpersonal dysfunction in a community sample of adults (n = 124) with the full range of BPD symptoms. Results… CONTINUE READING

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