The relationship between negative affectivity, affective instability, and interpersonal stressors in borderline personality disorder
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[ACCESS RESTRICTED TO THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI AT AUTHOR'S REQUEST.] Using ecological momentary assessment, this study found a relationship between daily negative affect, affective instability, and negative interpersonal events in outpatients with borderline personality and depressive disorders. The two groups differed in their experience of negative interpersonal events over 28 days, but showed a similar relationship between affect and interpersonal stressors. More research is needed in order to determine what interpersonal variables are unique to the functioning of those with borderline personality disorder.
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