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Why ‘fast and furious’?

@inproceedings{Brne2016WhyA,
  title={Why ‘fast and furious’?},
  author={Martin Br{\"u}ne},
  year={2016}
}
The term ‘Borderline Personality Disorder’ (BPD) refers to a psychiatric syndrome that is characterized by emotion dysregulation, impulsivity, risk-taking behavior, irritability, feelings of emptiness, self-injury and fear of abandonment, as well as unstable interpersonal relationships. BPD is not only common in psychiatric populations but also more prevalent in the general community than previously thought, and thus represents an important public health issue. In contrast to most psychiatric… Expand

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