JOURNAL ARTICLE

Personality profile of women affected with borderline personality disorder

Hamid Nasiri, Ahmad Abedi, Amrollah Ebrahimi, Sedigheh Sadr Ameli, Rahele Samouei
Materia Socio-medica 2013, 25 (1): 60-3
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INTRODUCTION: The main objective of the present study is to review the psychological profile of female patients with borderline personality disorder in the women referring to the Centers of Counseling and Psychological Services at Isfahan city based on MMPI-2 test and comparing them with ordinary women.

METHOD: The present study is of the type of cause-comparative and the selection of examinees was done in form of random sampling with 50 women with the BPD and 50 ordinary women and through confirmation of test recognition of MCMI-III and clinical interviews. In addition, 370 questions of MMPI-2 have also been implemented.

RESULTS: The results of this research showed a significant difference in validity of scales and the clinical scales of MMPI-2 test among women with BPD and regular women. The results of MANOVA test with the power of valuable test confirmed the existing differences.

CONCLUSION: The obtained results shows that female patients with BPD has a specific and different psychological profile as compared with ordinary (regular) women and the obtained profile can be used in recognition and forecasting any disorder.

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