Personality disorders

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Big five factors

OCEAN

Openness, Conscientiousness, Extroversion, Agreeableness, Neuroticism

CDIAE

Closedness, Disinhibition, Introversion, Antagonism, Emotional stability

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DSM-V personality disorders

Avoidant PD, OCD PD, antisocial PD, borderline PD, schizotypal PD, narcissistic PD

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Avoidant PD

People exhibit a pervasive pattern of social inhibition, feelings of inadequacy and hypersensitivity to negative evaluation. Include introversion and neuroticism.

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OCD PD

People may be controlling and exhibit workaholism and perfectionism. Include high conscientiousness

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Antisocial PD

People may be calculating, manipulative, untruthful, and irresponsible. Includes antagonism and low conscientiousness

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Borderline PD

People may have difficulty controlling their emotions and may be prone to anger, self destruction, and fear of abandonment. Includes high neuroticism.

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Schizotypal PD

People feel uncomfortable in social situations, are withdrawn, have strange ideas, and are suspicious. Includes high neuroticism, high introversion, high antagonism, and unconventionality

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Narcissistic PD

People tend to be quick to react to anger, have a need to be held in high regard, can be authoritative, and seek recognition. Include high neuroticism, high extroversion, high antagonism, and conscientiousness

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Validity of PD

Little is known about cause, personality disorders have childhood antecedents, stable across lifespan, and are linked to brain structure

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Treatment of PD

Few seek treatment because they assume that is just how they are. They are difficult to treat and psychosocial and pharmacologic treatments show benefits