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The atypical features subtype of major depressive disorder was introduced into DSM-IV largely on the basis of the preferential response shown by a subset of depressed patients to monoamine oxidase inhibitors. In the present report, studies evaluating the biological nature of atypical depression...
This paper reviews the literature examining the psychopathology found in relatives of individuals with borderline personality disorder (BPD). Reflecting changes in how BPD has been conceptualized, researchers have investigated the prevalence of schizophrenia, then mood disorders, and more...
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