Prominent publications by Mary C Zanarini

KOL Index score: 16601

OBJECTIVE: Existing research has demonstrated that both adolescents and adults with borderline personality disorder (BPD) report higher rates of childhood adversity than their same-age peers; no studies have examined if adolescents and adults with BPD differ based on the extent of these experiences. In the present study, we compared the prevalence rates and severity of multiple forms of abuse and neglect in adolescents and adults with BPD and in psychiatrically healthy ...

Also Ranks for: Adolescents Bpd |  childhood adversity |  psychiatrically healthy |  prevalence rates |  adult inpatients
KOL Index score: 15593

The aims of this study were to examine differences in clinical features, impairment, and types of childhood traumas among women with borderline personality disorder (BPD), women with BPD and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and those with other personality disorders and PTSD. Using baseline data from the Collaborative Longitudinal Study of Personality Disorders, 186 women were divided into 3 groups (BPD+PTSD, BPD, PTSD), based on structured diagnostic interviews for Axis I and Axis ...

Also Ranks for: Personality Disorders |  bpd ptsd |  posttraumatic stress disorder |  additional diagnosis |  women borderline
KOL Index score: 15429

OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to assess the prevalence of axis I disorders among patients with borderline personality disorder over 6 years of prospective follow-up.

METHOD: A semistructured interview of demonstrated reliability was used to assess presence or absence of comorbid axis I disorders in 290 patients who met Revised Diagnostic Interview for Borderlines criteria and DSM-III-R criteria for borderline personality disorder and 72 patients who did not meet these criteria ...

Also Ranks for: Borderline Personality Disorder |  time patients |  comorbid axis |  follow studies |  semistructured interview
KOL Index score: 15378

CONTEXT: Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is traditionally considered chronic and intractable.

OBJECTIVE: To compare the course of BPD's psychopathology and social function with that of other personality disorders and with major depressive disorder (MDD) over 10 years.

DESIGN: A collaborative study of treatment-seeking, 18- to 45-year-old patients followed up with standardized, reliable, and repeated measures of diagnostic remission and relapse and of both global social functioning ...

Also Ranks for: Personality Disorders |  patients bpd |  social functioning |  diagnostic interview |  disorder mdd
KOL Index score: 14456

This study has two purposes. The first purpose is to describe the severity of sexual abuse reported by a well-defined sample of borderline inpatients. The second purpose is to determine the relationship between the severity of reported childhood sexual abuse, other forms of childhood abuse, and childhood neglect and the severity of borderline symptoms and psychosocial impairment. Two semistructured interviews of demonstrated reliability were used to assess the severity of adverse ...

Also Ranks for: Childhood Sexual |  abuse severity |  borderline psychopathology |  mutilation suicide |  disorder child
KOL Index score: 14299

BACKGROUND: The boundaries between the affective instability in bipolar disorder and borderline personality disorder have not been clearly defined. Using self-report measures, previous research has suggested that the affective lability of patients with bipolar disorder and borderline personality disorder may have different characteristics.

METHODS: We assessed the mood states of 29 subjects meeting Revised Diagnostic Interview for Borderlines and Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of ...

Also Ranks for: Bipolar Disorder |  affective lability |  borderline personality |  patients bpd |  depression anxiety
KOL Index score: 13822

OBJECTIVE: Existing literature on the aetiology of borderline personality disorder (BPD) has primarily focused on pathological childhood experiences, while little to no research has been conducted on protective factors that may serve to ameliorate these symptoms. The current study attempts to fill this gap in the literature by comparing the rates of childhood protective factors among adolescents with BPD, psychiatrically healthy adolescents and adults with BPD.

METHODS: One hundred and ...

Also Ranks for: Bpd Adolescents |  prevalence rates |  psychiatrically healthy |  adult inpatients |  borderline personality disorder
KOL Index score: 13568

OBJECTIVE: The purposes of this study were to determine time to attainment of symptom remission and to recovery lasting 2, 4, 6, or 8 years among patients with borderline personality disorder and comparison subjects with other personality disorders and to determine the stability of these outcomes.

METHOD: A total of 290 inpatients with borderline personality disorder and 72 comparison subjects with other axis II disorders were assessed during their index admission using a series of ...

Also Ranks for: Personality Disorder |  comparison subjects |  symptomatic remission |  borderline patients |  prospective follow
KOL Index score: 13467

The association between trauma and personality disorders (PDs), while receiving much attention and debate, has not been comprehensively examined for multiple types of trauma and PDs. The authors examined data from a multisite study of four PD groups: schizotypal, borderline (BPD), avoidant, and obsessive-compulsive, and a major depression comparison group. Rates of traumatic exposure to specific types of trauma, age of first trauma onset, and rates of posttraumatic stress disorder are ...

Also Ranks for: Posttraumatic Stress Disorder |  traumatic exposure |  collaborative longitudinal |  borderline schizotypal |  trauma personality
KOL Index score: 13287

A majority of the literature on borderline personality disorder (BPD) focuses on its occurrence in women or does not specifically assess for gender differences in clinical presentations. Some studies report that men with BPD may be more likely to be diagnosed with substance use disorders, as well as paranoid, passive-aggressive, narcissistic, sadistic, and antisocial personality disorders (PDs). Additionally, women with BPD appear to be more likely to report histories of adult physical ...

Also Ranks for: Gender Differences |  personality disorders |  women bpd |  collaborative longitudinal |  clinical presentations
KOL Index score: 13001

OBJECTIVE: Utilization of mental health treatment was compared in patients with personality disorders and patients with major depressive disorder without personality disorder.

METHOD: Semistructured interviews were used to assess diagnosis and treatment history of 664 patients in four representative personality disorder groups-schizotypal, borderline, avoidant, and obsessive-compulsive-and in a comparison group of patients with major depressive disorder.

RESULTS: Patients with ...

Also Ranks for: Personality Disorders |  treatment utilization |  disorder patients |  mental health |  schizotypal borderline
KOL Index score: 12813

The purpose of this study was to assess the psychometric properties of the Zanarini Rating Scale for Borderline Personality Disorder (ZAN-BPD), the first clinician-administered scale for the assessment of change in DSM-IV borderline psychopathology. The questions for the measure were adapted from the BPD module of the Diagnostic Interview for DSM-IV Personality Disorders (DIPD-IV) to reflect a 1-week time frame and each of the nine criteria for BPD is rated on a five-point anchored ...

Also Ranks for: Zanarini Rating Scale |  borderline psychopathology |  zan bpd |  personality disorder |  diagnostic interview
KOL Index score: 12696

BACKGROUND: In the context of much literature and conjecture about the relationship of personality disorders (PD) and major depressive disorder (MDD), this paper uses longitudinal data to assess the frequency with which PD patients, and especially those with borderline personality disorder (BPD), have recurrences (for patients with lifetime histories), or new onsets (for patients without lifetime histories) of MDD.

METHODS: A sample of 478 PD patients received reliable repeated follow-up ...

Also Ranks for: New Onsets |  personality disorder |  mdd patients |  major depression |  bpd opd
KOL Index score: 12498

OBJECTIVE: Personality disorders are defined as enduring patterns of maladaptive behaviors and traits that are stable over time. This study prospectively examined the stability of four personality disorders (schizotypal, borderline, avoidant, and obsessive-compulsive) over a 1-year follow-up period.

METHOD: Subjects (N=668) were recruited from multiple clinical settings at four collaborating institutions. Subjects met criteria for one or more of the four personality disorders or were ...

Also Ranks for: Personality Disorders |  schizotypal borderline |  diagnostic threshold |  illness surveys |  major depressive disorder

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Concepts for whichMary C Zanarinihas direct influence:Borderline personality disorder,  Personality disorder,  Personality disorders,  Borderline personality,  Borderline patients,  Comparison subjects,  16 years,  Suicide attempts.

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