Experiences in Close Relationships – Psychometric properties among patients with personality disorders.

  title={Experiences in Close Relationships – Psychometric properties among patients with personality disorders.},
  author={Geir A. Pedersen and Ingeborg Ullveit-Moe Eiken{\ae}s and \Oyvind Urnes and Guro Mikaelsen Skulberg and Theresa Wilberg},
  journal={Personality and mental health},
  volume={9 3},
Patients with personality disorders represent maladaptive attachment strategies, influencing the quality of their interpersonal relationships. Within these patient populations, it is important to have a measure, easily applied, to assess such strategies. A widely used instrument is Experiences in Close Relationships (ECR), assessing two constructs called avoidance and anxiety. Lately, two short forms of ECR have been proposed, called ECR-S and ECR-N12. The aim of this study is to investigate… CONTINUE READING


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