Latest Personality disorders Stories
Experts at the Asheville Jung Center are planning a Webinar discussing new material that will be released in DSM-5 including changes to the diagnosis and treatment of personality disorders.
Scientists have scanned the brains of psychopaths and have discovered they are physically different than “normal” people. The difference lies in the gray matter in the areas of the brain closely related to emotion.
New research provides the strongest evidence to date that psychopathy is linked to specific structural abnormalities in the brain.
Although high levels of narcissism can impair ethical judgment regardless of one's religious orientation or orthodox beliefs, narcissism is more harmful in those who might be expected to be more ethical.
A new study by Marcus Arvan, PhD, appearing in the peer-reviewed research journal, Neuroethics, confirms and extends upon the results of an earlier study linking socially conservative views to
With no lab tests to guide the clinician, psychiatric diagnostics is challenging and controversial.
Your genes could be a strong predictor of whether you stray into a life of crime, according to a research paper co-written by UT Dallas criminologist Dr. J.C. Barnes.
A newly published paper from Rhode Island Hospital reports on the impact to patients if five personality disorders are removed from the upcoming revision to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual, 5th edition (DSM-5).
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