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an observer-rated approach
BIASED THINKING IN BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER

Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is characterized by greater frequencies of cognitive errors, when comparing these patient's spontaneous discourse with the one produced by healthy controls (n = 25 participants per group). In particular negative over-generalizing and fortune-telling differentiated the two groups; over-generalizing was associated with number of BPD symptoms.

The article was published by
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Psychology and Psychotherapy-Theory Research and Practice
Volume / Volumen: 86
Number / Número: Part 2
First and last pages / Páginas inicial-final: 183-196
Year / Año: 2013
Month / Mes: june


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Principal institution where the research took place
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Département de Psychiatrie-CHUV, Université de Lausanne, Lausanne, VD, Switzerland


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Bibliographic references
Referencias bibliográficas

Kramer U, Vaudroz C, Ruggeri O, Drapeau M. Biased thinking assessed by external observers in borderline personality disorder. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice 86:183-196, 2013.

Napolitano LA, McKay D. Dichotomous thinking in borderline personality disorder. Cognitive Therapy and Research 31(6):717-726, 2007.

Other articles written by the author Ueli Kramer
Otros artículos de Ueli Kramer

Kramer, U., Caspar, F., & Drapeau, M. (2013). Change in biased thinking in the 10-session treatment for Borderline Personality Disorder: Further evidence of the Motive-Oriented Therapeutic Relationship. Psychotherapy Research. Special Issue Personality Disorders, 23(6), 633-645. doi: 10.1080/10503307.2013.791404

Kramer, U., de Roten, Y., Drapeau, M., & Despland, J.-N. (2013). Change in Cognitive Errors and Coping Patterns over the Course of Brief Psychodynamic Psychotherapy. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 69(7), 727-736. Doi: 10.1002/jclp.21931.




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Ueli Kramer was invited by SIIC on
Ueli Kramer fue invitado por SIIC el
2014, january 3
  The authors' report was accepted on
La crónica del autor fue aprobada el
2021, march 9
The authors' report was accepted on
La crónica del autor fue aprobada el
2021, march 9
Published in siicsalud
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2021, june 7





The article is strictly related to the following sections of siicsalud
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Neurology
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Mental Health
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Health Care Management
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Public Health
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Biased Thinking Assessed by External Observers in Borderline Personality Disorder


Author / Autor
Ueli Kramer1, Cynthia Vaudroz2, Ornella Ruggeri3, Martin Drapeau4

4, Mcgill University


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Psychology and Psychotherapy-Theory Research and Practice

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