Personality disorders, as described in the DSM-5,1 are characterized by inflexible and maladaptive patterns of behavior, thoughts, and feelings. Furthermore, personality disorders are associated with distress or impairment. But personality disorders differ from each other in a number of important ways. In a paper published in the March issue of Journal of Clinical Psychology, researchers Stanton and Zimmerman examine shared and unique features of two of these disorders: narcissistic personality disorder and antisocial personality disorder...
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