Major depressive disorder and borderline personality disorder revisited: longitudinal interactions.

@article{Gunderson2004MajorDD,
  title={Major depressive disorder and borderline personality disorder revisited: longitudinal interactions.},
  author={John G. Gunderson and Leslie C Morey and Robert L Stout and Andrew E. Skodol and Mitchell T Shea and Thomas H. McGlashan and Mary C. Zanarini and Carlos M Grilo and Charles A. Sanislow and Shirley Yen and Maria T Daversa and Donna S. Bender},
  journal={The Journal of clinical psychiatry},
  year={2004},
  volume={65 8},
  pages={1049-56}
}
BACKGROUND This report investigates the longitudinal association of changes in major depressive disorder (MDD) and borderline personality disorder. METHOD A DSM-IV-diagnosed sample of 161 patients with borderline personality disorder who have been followed with repeated measures at 6, 12, 24, and 36 months are investigated to see whether those with co-occurring MDD differ at baseline and in their course. Proportional hazard regression and cross-lagged panel analyses are used to demonstrate… CONTINUE READING

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