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Schizoid personality disorder.
Triebwasser J, et al. J Pers Disord 2012 - Review. PMID 23281676
Schizoid personality disorder (ScPD) is one of the "odd cluster" or "cluster A" personality disorders in DSM-IV. In the present article, the authors review information pertaining to the psychometric characteristics of ScPD as gleaned from a search of relevant publications as well as from databases of personality disorder study groups. ...Some authors, moreover, have contended that the group of patients termed "schizoid" actually fall into two distinct groups--an "affect constricted" group, who might better be subsumed within schizotypal personality disorder, and a "seclusive" group, who might better be subsumed within avoidant personality disorder. ...
Schizoid personality disorder (ScPD) is one of the "odd cluster" or "cluster A" personality disorders in DSM-IV.
[The concept of schizoidia in psychiatry : From schizoidia to schizotypy and cluster A personality disorders].
Kapfhammer HP. Neuropsychiatr 2017 - Review. PMID 28699102 German.
This link is less pronounced for paranoid personality disorder, and even vanishingly low for schizoid personality disorder. From a perspective of schizophrenia spectrum disorders a vast amount of data from molecular genetic, neurobiological, neuropsychological and psychosocial research has impressingly confirmed this link for schizotypal personality disorder. Major research deficits, however, have to be noticed for paranoid and schizoid personality disorder....
This link is less pronounced for paranoid personality disorder, and even vanishingly low for schizoid personality
Schizoid and narcissistic features in personality structure diagnosis.
Geiser F and Lieberz K. Psychopathology 2000. PMID 10601823
OBJECTIVE: This study examines the relationship between schizoid and narcissistic personality features. While the schizoid personality disorder seems widely accepted as a diagnostic category, the utility of the narcissistic personality disorder construct is under discussion. ...These are contiguous to existing descriptions of an active/fighting and a passive/evading schizoid subtype. CONCLUSION: 'Schizoid' and 'narcissistic' personality features can be regarded as distinct, but complementary personality conditions....
OBJECTIVE: This study examines the relationship between schizoid and narcissistic personality features. While the schizoid
Lifelong eccentricity and social isolation. II: Asperger's syndrome or schizoid personality disorder?
Tantam D. Br J Psychiatry 1988. PMID 3256377
There was an association between schizoid personality traits and abnormalities of speech and non-verbal expression. However, abnormal non-verbal expression, but not schizoid personality traits or DSM-III schizotypal personality disorder, was particularly likely to occur in those subjects who had evidence of neurological deficit, and childhood symptoms indicative of developmental disorder. ...It is suggested that Asperger's syndrome is a distinct syndrome from either schizoid or schizotypal personality disorder, but may be a risk factor for the development of schizoid personality disorder....
There was an association between schizoid personality traits and abnormalities of speech and non-verbal expression. However, a …
Poor Validity of the DSM-IV Schizoid Personality Disorder Construct as a Diagnostic Category.
Hummelen B, et al. J Pers Disord 2015. PMID 25248009
This study sought to evaluate the construct validity of schizoid personality disorder (SZPD) by investigating a sample of 2,619 patients from the Norwegian Network of Personality-Focused Treatment Programs by a variety of statistical techniques. ...On the other hand, the three factors were in concordance with findings from previous studies and with the trait model for personality disorders in DSM-5, supporting the validity of SZPD as a dimensional construct. ...
This study sought to evaluate the construct validity of schizoid personality disorder (SZPD) by investigating a sample …
Are alexithymia and schizoid personality disorder synonymous diagnoses?
Coolidge FL, et al. Compr Psychiatry 2013. PMID 23021894
Results indicated that higher levels of alexithymia are associated with personality disorders and their traits, such as schizoid, avoidant, and paranoid. With regard to the issue of the similarity and difference between alexithymia and schizoid personality disorder, there was sufficient evidence across all of the measures to suggest that they are not synonymous entities. ...
Results indicated that higher levels of alexithymia are associated with personality disorders and their traits, such as schizoid
Interpersonal disorder in schizoid and avoidant personality disorders: an attachment perspective.
West M, et al. Can J Psychiatry 1995. PMID 8548721
METHOD: Three scales ("maintains distance in relationships", "high priority on self-sufficiency" and "attachment relationship is a threat to security") differentiated schizoid and avoidant personality disordered patients from other personality disordered patients. ...CONCLUSION: The 2 groups of schizoid and avoidant personality disordered patients were not significantly different on the desire for close affectional bonds scale....
METHOD: Three scales ("maintains distance in relationships", "high priority on self-sufficiency" and "attachment relationship is a threat to …
'Schizoid' personality in childhood and adult life. II: Adult adjustment and the continuity with schizotypal personality disorder.
Wolff S, et al. Br J Psychiatry 1991. PMID 1756337
In a controlled follow-up study into adulthood of 32 children diagnosed 'schizoid', three-quarters fulfilled DSM-III criteria for schizotypal personality disorder and two developed schizophrenia. ...
In a controlled follow-up study into adulthood of 32 children diagnosed 'schizoid', three-quarters fulfilled DSM-III criteria for sch …
Assessing interpersonal aspects of schizoid personality disorder: preliminary validation studies.
Kosson DS, et al. J Pers Assess 2008 - Clinical Trial. PMID 18444113
In 2 studies, we examined the reliability and validity of an interpersonal measure of schizoid personality disorder (SZPD) based on nonverbal behaviors and interpersonal interactions occurring during interviews. ...We address implications for assessment of personality disorder....
In 2 studies, we examined the reliability and validity of an interpersonal measure of schizoid personality disorder (SZ …
Historical comment on DSM-III schizoid and avoidant personality disorders.
Livesley WJ, et al. Am J Psychiatry 1985. PMID 3904489
The authors examine the DSM-III distinction between schizoid and avoidant personality disorders. This distinction is based on Millon's biosocial learning theory and his interpretation of Kretschmer's personality types. ...They examine Kretschmer's conceptualization of schizoid personality for the implications it carries for the development of a classification of personality disorder, suggesting that Kretschmer's approach implies a "polythetic" model of personality disorder that conceptualizes disorders as categories of dimensions....
The authors examine the DSM-III distinction between schizoid and avoidant personality disorders. This distinction is based on …
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