Journal article

SOCIAL PERSPECTIVE COORDINATION IN YOUTH WITH BORDERLINE PERSONALITY PATHOLOGY

Tarni C Jennings, Carol A Hulbert, Henry J Jackson, Andrew M Chanen

JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY DISORDERS | GUILFORD PUBLICATIONS INC | Published : 2012

Abstract

This study investigated social perspective coordination (SPC) in youth (15-24-year-olds) with first-presentation borderline personality disorder (BPD). SPC is defined as the capacity to differentiate and integrate the perspective of the self with the perspectives of others (Selman, Beardslee, Schultz, Krupa, & Podorefsky, 1986). Two groups: patients with full or sub-syndromal BPD (n = 30) and patients with major depressive disorder (MDD; n = 30) completed measures of SPC derived from the interpersonal negotiation strategies (INS) model (Selman et al., 1986). Compared with the MDD group, the BPD group responded to all vignettes with significantly lower SPC scores and SPC was a significant pre..

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