LINKS OF ABUSE TO PERSONALITY DISORDER 2
LINKS OF ABUSE TO PERSONALITY DISORDER
Abusive Parents; Emotional, Physical and Sexual Links to Borderline Personality Disorder, Antisocial Personality Disorder and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
University of California, Merced
Helen Nguyen, University of California, Merced.
This Literature Review is based on prior studies of personality disorders from published Journals of Psychology and formatting was done with the use of the Sixth Edition Publication Manuel of the American Psychological Association.
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Genetic factors along with factors of abuse from all realm i.e. of emotional, physical and sexual are all linked to a variety of personality disorders and other mental inabilities such as stress. According to 2013 study by Dijke A.V., et al "Early life trauma and the disruptions of situation where the caregiver can be emotionally, physically, and sexually abusive suggest that there is a clear relationship between early childhood attachment and was related to dysregulation in certain personality disorder."
In accordance to Dijke, A.V., et al., 2013 Reti I.M., et al., 2002 agreed that abuse along with relationship status was a huge concept of family and the development of antisocial personality disorder. The underlining construct of personality disorder and its causal factors are very similar and can be due to multiple link factors as reported in 2013 study by Bornovalova, M.A., et al. It is clearly understood that the development of multiple personality disorder is lead and linked with multiple similar causal factors.
Antisocial Personality Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder, Childhood Abuse, Rape, Torture, Posttraumatic Disorder, Emotional Abuse, Physical Abuse