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Heuristic models of comorbidity of axis I and axis II disorders



Heuristic models of comorbidity of axis I and axis II disorders



Journal of Personality Disorders 11(3): 260-269



The mechanisms responsible for the co-occurrence of personality disorders with Axis I disorders are not well understood. We propose a number of models that include various relationships at the etiological, pathophysiological, and observable clinical levels between personality disorders and Axis I disorders. It is recommended that such models be subjected to empirical tests to assess their validity.

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