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Articles on Paranoid Personality Disorder

What is Paranoid Personality Disorder?
All of us have a tendency to be wary of new situations or people who behave unusually. This is quite normal and is hard-wired into our brains as a vital survival tool. But sometimes being too distrustful of others and their motives can interfere with all aspects of a person's life... (Read more)

Paranoid Personality Disorder: Peter's Story
Peter is a typical sufferer of paranoid personality disorder (PPD) and finds it difficult to function in both the workplace and in his personal life... (Read more)

Paranoid Personality Disorder: Patrick's Story
In previous discussions about this disorder (see links below), we looked at how the sufferer of paranoid personality disorder (PPD) differs from individuals who experience an episode of paranoia as a result of a schizophrenic or a manic depression episode... (Read more)

Diagnostic Criteria for Paranoid Personality Disorder
The DSM-IV-TR, which is the diagnostic manual used by the American Psychiatric Association, lists the following criteria for a diagnosis of Paranoid Personality Disorder...(Read more)


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