Dysfunctional Affect Regulation : in borderline personality disorder and somatoform disorder

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
van Dijke, A.;
  • Publisher: Utrecht University
  • Subject: Psychologie (PSYC)

The aim of this dissertation was to provide a systematic exploration of the nature and distribution of dysfunctional affect regulation, its associated phenomena, and retrospectively reported potentially traumatizing events in 475 patients diagnosed with borderline perso... View more
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