ISSPD: Past, Present, and Future.

@article{Ronningstam2021ISSPDPP,
  title={ISSPD: Past, Present, and Future.},
  author={Elsa F. Ronningstam and Erik Simonsen and Andrew M. Chanen and Sabine C. Herpertz and Steven K Huprich and Giles Newton-Howes and Alex Behn and Stephan Doering and Mary C. Zanarini and Carla Sharp and John . Oldham},
  journal={Journal of personality disorders},
  year={2021},
  pages={
          1-18
        }
}
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