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Schizoid personality disorder after prenatal exposure to famine.
Hoek HW, et al. Am J Psychiatry 1996. PMID 8942466
METHOD: The risk of schizoid personality disorder, as defined by ICD-6 to ICD-9, in men at age 18 years was compared in birth cohorts that were conceived at the height of the Dutch Hunger Winter famine and in unexposed birth cohorts of 1944-1946 in the famine region of Holland. RESULTS: The exposed cohort had a significantly greater risk (relative risk = 2.01) of schizoid personality disorder. CONCLUSIONS: Prenatal nutritional deficiency was associated with a greater risk of schizoid personality disorder in men at age 18 years....
METHOD: The risk of schizoid personality disorder, as defined by ICD-6 to ICD-9, in men at age 18 years was compared in …
[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
[Etiological and therapeutic aspects of schizoid and schizotypal personality disorder].
Sass H and Jünemann K. Fortschr Neurol Psychiatr 2001 - Review. PMID 11533862 German.
However there are few systematic and strictly controlled studies on the psychotherapeutic and pharmacological treatment of schizotypal and schizoid personality disorders. Basic theoretic assumptions concerning both treatment concepts - for personality disorders in general, and especially in schizoid and schizotypal personality disorder - are given. ...
However there are few systematic and strictly controlled studies on the psychotherapeutic and pharmacological treatment of schizotypal and …
Low body weight in male children and adolescents with schizoid personality disorder or Asperger's disorder.
Hebebrand J, et al. Acta Psychiatr Scand 1997. PMID 9259226
This study explored the hypothesis that body weight is reduced in male children and adolescents with schizoid personality disorder or Asperger's disorder. ...Post hoc comparisons revealed that BMI percentiles were (a) reduced to a similar extent in patients with schizoid personality disorder and Asperger's disorder and (b) reduced to a greater extent in patients with abnormal eating behaviour. ...
This study explored the hypothesis that body weight is reduced in male children and adolescents with schizoid personality d
Prediction of prodromal symptoms and schizophrenia-spectrum personality disorder traits by positive and negative schizotypy: A 3-year prospective study.
Racioppi A, et al. PLoS One 2018. PMID 30408119 Free PMC article.
Negative schizotypy predicted emotional disturbances, schizoid personality traits, and mental health treatment during the past year. As expected, both schizotypy dimensions predicted schizotypal, paranoid, and avoidant personality traits, and impaired functioning. ...
Negative schizotypy predicted emotional disturbances, schizoid personality traits, and mental health treatment during the past …
[Aripiprazole, gambling disorder and compulsive sexuality].
Mété D, et al. Encephale 2016. PMID 26923999 French.
CASE-REPORT: We report the case of a 28-year-old male patient diagnosed with schizoid personality disorder. He was a moderate smoker with occasional social gambling habits. ...We report the case of a patient who experienced gambling disorder, hypersexuality and a new sexual orientation under treatment. ...
CASE-REPORT: We report the case of a 28-year-old male patient diagnosed with schizoid personality disorder. He was a mo …
A source, a cascade, a schizoid: a heuristic proposal from the Longitudinal Study of Personality Disorders.
Lenzenweger MF. Dev Psychopathol 2010. PMID 20883587
The present study suggests a possible cascade relevant to one personality disorder: schizoid personality disorder in emerging adulthood. In brief, it is hypothesized that the absence of a relationship characterized by a rich degree of psychological proximal process in early childhood, which is associated with nurturance and the facilitation of more complex development, predicts impairment in the actualization of the affiliation system (i.e., that system that facilitates interpersonal connectedness and social bonds in human beings and is under substantial genetic influence), and this impairment in the affiliation system predicts the appearance of schizoid personality disorder symptoms in emerging adulthood (late teens/early 20s), which persists over time into emerging adulthood. ...
The present study suggests a possible cascade relevant to one personality disorder: schizoid personality diso
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Bierer J. Int J Soc Psychiatry 1976. PMID 1010694
Personality features of obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Joffe RT, et al. Am J Psychiatry 1988. PMID 3414855
The authors evaluated personality dysfunction in 23 patients with primary obsessive-compulsive disorder and an age- and sex-matched group of patients with major depressive disorder. ...There was a very low frequency of schizoid or compulsive personality disorder....
The authors evaluated personality dysfunction in 23 patients with primary obsessive-compulsive disorder and an age- and sex-ma …
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