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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: History And Psychopathology Of Borderline Disorder: From Latent Schizophrenia To Personality Disorders [história E Psicopatologia Do Transtorno Borderline: Da Esquizofrenia Latente Aos Transtornos De Personalidade]
Author: Dalgalarrondo P.
Abstract: This paper reviews the historical origins and psychopathological dimensions of the borderline disorder. The author suggests that Kahlbaum's clinical category "Heboidophrenie", introduced in 1890, is an eligible candidate as a protoconcept in the history of latent schizophrenia and borderline disorders. In the late 1970's and 1980's, under the influence of DSM-III, latent or borderline schizophrenia split into two personality disorders: schizotype and boiderline. Some psycopathological aspects of borderline personality disorder are presented, concerning specially affective symptoms ad social interaction disruption.
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Date Issue: 1996
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