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Personality Disorders Characteristics of each personality disorder Nursing Interventions Issues related to the nursing care – ethical & cultural consideration
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Introduction Lifelong, inflexible , dysfunctional patterns or relating and behaving -> distress to others, not to themselves unless from others’ reactions or behaviors toward them. Listed on DSM axis II – with others Most commonly treated – borderline personality disorder Etiology- psychosocial & biological variables Interventions focus primarily on N-P R
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Criteria for a personality disorder Disturbances in 2 or more of the following Cognition (thinking about self, people, & events) Affectivity (range, intensity, lability, & appropriateness of emotional response) Interpersonal functioning Impulse control
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Clusters A. Odd or eccentric behaviors Paranoid, schizoid, schizotypal personality disorder B. Dramatic, emotional or erratic behaviors Antisocial, borderline, histrionic, narcissistic personality disorder C. Anxious or fearful behaviors Avoidant, dependent obsessive- compulsive disorder
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Odd- eccentric cluster of PD Type Characteristics Paranoid Schizoid Hermitlike lifestyle, aloneness Schizotypal Similar to but less severe than those of schizophrenia
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Criteria for paranoid personality disorder Suspicious of others Doubt trustworthiness or loyalty of friends & others Fear of confiding in others Suspicious, without justification, of spouse’s or sexual partner’s fidelity Interpret remarks as demeaning or threatening Hold grudges toward others Become angry & threatening when they perceive they are attacked by others
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Criteria for schizoid personality disorder Lacks desire for close relationships or friends Chooses solitary activities Little interest in sexual experiences Avoids activities Lacks close friends Appears indifference to praise or criticism
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Criteria for schizotypal personality disorder Ideas of reference Magical thinking or odd beliefs Unusual perceptual experience, including bodily illusion Odd thinking & vague, stereotypical, overlaborate speech Suspicious blunted or inappropriate affect Odd or eccentric appearance or behavior Few close relationships Excessive social anxiety
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Dramatic-erratic cluster of PD Type Characteristics Antisocial Disregard of others’ rights without guilt Borderline Problems with self-identity, IPRs, Narcissistic Over-evaluation of self, arrogance, & indifference to the criticism of others Histrionic Dramatic behaviors, attention seeking, & superficiality
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Criteria for antisocial personality disorder Deceitfulness as seen in lying or conning others Engages in illegal activities Aggressive behavior Lack of guilt or remorse Impulsiveness Reckless disregard of safety for self or others
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