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Personality disorder 3 Treatment of personality disorder

@inproceedings{Bateman2015PersonalityD3,
  title={Personality disorder 3 Treatment of personality disorder},
  author={Anthony W. Bateman and John G. Gunderson and Roger T. Mulder},
  year={2015}
}
The evidence base for the eff ective treatment of personality disorders is insuffi cient. Most of the existing evidence on personality disorder is for the treatment of borderline personality disorder, but even this is limited by the small sample sizes and short follow-up in clinical trials, the wide range of core outcome measures used by studies, and poor control of coexisting psychopathology. Psychological or psychosocial intervention is recommended as the primary treatment for borderline… 

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