Prevalence of DSM-IV borderline personality disorder in two community samples: 6,330 English 11-year-olds and 34,653 American adults.

@article{Zanarini2011PrevalenceOD,
  title={Prevalence of DSM-IV borderline personality disorder in two community samples: 6,330 English 11-year-olds and 34,653 American adults.},
  author={Mary C. Zanarini and J. W. Horwood and Dieter Wolke and Andrea E Waylen and Garrett M Fitzmaurice and Bridget F. Grant},
  journal={Journal of personality disorders},
  year={2011},
  volume={25 5},
  pages={
          607-19
        }
}
This study had two main objectives. The first was to assess the prevalence of DSM-IV borderline personality disorder and its constituent symptoms in a community sample of late-latency children. The second was to compare these rates to those found in a community sample of American adults. A birth cohort of 6,330 11-year-old children in Bristol, England, was interviewed concerning borderline psychopathology in 2002-2004. A community sample of 34,653 American adults was interviewed about… CONTINUE READING

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