Cluster B Personality Disorders

by Helen Farrell, MD

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    The lecture Cluster B Personality Disorders by Helen Farrell, MD is from the course Personality Disorders. It contains the following chapters:

    • Cluster B
    • Borderline Personality
    • Narcissistic Personality
    • Assessment – Antisocial Personality

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    1. A high dose of diazepam is used as the first line of treatment
    2. It is more commonly seen in females than males
    3. Some experience attenuation of symptoms with age
    4. A rapidly shifting and shallow expression of emotions
    5. They consider relationships to be more intimate than they actually are
    1. Narcissistic personality disorder
    2. Borderline personality disorder
    3. Avoidant personality disorder
    4. Paranoid personality disorder
    5. Histrionic personality disorder
    1. Inappropriately cool demeanor with which they handle situations
    2. Identity disturbances
    3. Unstable and intense interpersonal relationships
    4. The pattern is stable and of long duration, often tracing back to adolescent age
    5. The enduring pattern is not attributable to drug abuse or another medical condition
    1. Delusion of grandiosity
    2. Eating disorder
    3. Post-traumatic stress disorder
    4. Drug abuse
    5. Suicidal ideation
    1. Dialectical behavioral therapy
    2. Biofeedback
    3. Cognitive behavior therapy
    4. Functional analytical psychotherapy
    5. Intensive short-term psychotherapy
    1. Narcissistic
    2. Borderline
    3. Avoidant
    4. Antisocial
    5. Histrionic
    1. Antisocial personality disorder
    2. Avoidant personality disorder
    3. Narcissistic personality disorder
    4. Histrionic personality disorder
    5. Borderline personality disorder
    1. It is very sensitive to treatment
    2. it is more common in men than in women
    3. It tends to occur 5 times more often in first-degree relative of males with the disorder
    4. There is evidence of conduct disorder, with the onset occuring before the age of 15 years
    5. The occurrence of antisocial behavior is not exclusively during the course of schizophrenia or bipolar disorder

    Author of lecture Cluster B Personality Disorders

     Helen Farrell, MD

    Helen Farrell, MD

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