Psychological Disorders

The Person With No Conscience


Antisocial Personality Disorder All humans have traits that help describe our personality and predict behavior. Traits are consistent patterns of behavior that remain largely the same in changing situations. These are “well-ingrained ways in which individuals experience, interact with, and think…

The Neurobiology behind Borderline Personality Disorder


Many studies have focused on investigating the physiological characteristics and the neurobiology of borderline patients in attempt to relate these symptoms with the purely psychological characteristics. A study with 30 young women with Borderline personality disorder that used structural magnetic…

The link between pathological childhood experiences and Borderline Personality Disorder


Many studies have investigated the childhood experiences of patients with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) and have revealed that physical and sexual abuse, early separation, inconsistent treatment of a caretaker, and neglect are all parts of the etiology of BPD. A…