Modeling Heterogeneity in Momentary Interpersonal and Affective Dynamic Processes in Borderline Personality Disorder.

@article{Wright2016ModelingHI,
  title={Modeling Heterogeneity in Momentary Interpersonal and Affective Dynamic Processes in Borderline Personality Disorder.},
  author={Aidan G. C. Wright and Michael N. Hallquist and Stephanie D. Stepp and Lori Scott and Joseph E Beeney and Sophie A Lazarus and Paul A. Pilkonis},
  journal={Assessment},
  year={2016},
  volume={23 4},
  pages={
          484-495
        }
}
Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a diagnosis defined by impairments in several dynamic processes (e.g., interpersonal relating, affect regulation, behavioral control). Theories of BPD emphasize that these impairments appear in specific contexts, and emerging results confirm this view. At the same time, BPD is a complex construct that encompasses individuals with heterogeneous pathology. These features-dynamic processes, situational specificity, and individual heterogeneity-pose… CONTINUE READING