GAP Library of Articles2017
Fossati, Borroni et al (2017) – Thinking about Assessment: Further Evidence of the Validity of the Movie for the Assessment of Social Cognition as a Measure of Mentalistic Abilities
Goodman et al (2017) – Suicide attempts and self-injurious behaviours in adolescent and adult patients with borderline personality disorder
Hatkevich et al (2017) – Dating Violence Victimization, Nonsuicidal Self-Injury, and the Moderating Effect of Borderline Personality Disorder Features in Adolescent inpatients
Ibraheim et al (2017) – The specificity of emotion dysregulation in adolescents with borderline personality disorder: comparison with psychiatric and healthy controls
Kaess & Whittle et al (2017) – The Interaction of Childhood Maltreatment, Sex, and Borderline Personality Features in the Prediction of the Cortisol Awakening Response in adolescents
Kaess et al (2017) – Health related quality of life and psychopathological distress in risk taking and self-harming adolescents with full-syndrome, subthreshold and without borderline personality disorder: rethinking the clinical cut-off?
Kiel, E. J., Viana, A. G., Tull, M. T., & Gratz, K. L. (2017) – Emotion socialization strategies of mothers with borderline personality disorder symptoms: The role of maternal emotion regulation and interactions with infant temperament.
Kramer et al (2017) – Psychosocial functioning in adolescents with and without borderline personality disorder
Kurdziel, G., Kors, S., & Macfie, J (2017) – Effect of maternal borderline personality disorder on adolescents’ experience of maltreatment and adolescent borderline features.
Lereya et al (2017) – Sleep Problems in Childhood and Borderline Personality Disorder Symptoms in Early Adolescence
Mahan, R. M., Kors, S. B., Simmons, M. L., & Macfie, J. (2017) – Maternal psychological control, maternal borderline personality disorder, and adolescent borderline features.
Morosan et al (2017) – Emotion Recognition and Perspective Taking: A Comparison between Typical and Incarcerated Male Adolescents
Pearce et al (2017) – Evaluation of a psychoeducational group intervention for family and friends of youth with borderline personality disorder
Reichl et al (2017) – Mind The Fathers: Associations Of Parental Childhood Adversities With Borderline Personality Disorder Pathology In Female Adolescents
Scalzo, F., Hulbert, C. A., Betts, J. K., Cotton, S. M., & Chanen, A. M. (2017) – Predictors of substance use in youth with borderline personality disorder.
Schmeck et al (2017) – Early detection and intervention for borderline personality disorder in adolescence
Somma et al (2017) – Borderline personality disorder features, emotion dysregulation and non-suicidal self-injury: Preliminary ﬁndings in a sample of community-dwelling Italian adolescents
Somma, Borroni et al (2017) – Reliability, Factor Structure, And Associations With Measures Of Problem Relationship And Behavior Of The Personality Inventory For Dsm-5 In A Sample Of Italian Community-Dwelling Adolescents
Strandholm et al (2017) – Stability and Change in Personality Disorder Symptoms in 1-Year Follow-up of Depressed Adolescent Outpatients
Tackett et al (2017) – Measuring child personality when child personality was not measured: Application of a thin-slice approach
Temes, C. M., Magni, L. R., Fitzmaurice, G. M., Aguirre, B. A., Goodman, M., Zanarini, M. C. (2017) – Prevalence and severity of childhood adversity in adolescents with BPD, psychiatrically healthy adolescents, and adults with BPD
Tschan et al (2017) – Temperament and character traits in female adolescents with nonsuicidal self-injury disorder with and without comorbid borderline personality disorder
Vanwoerden, S., Kalpakci, A., & Sharp, C. (2017) – The relations between inadequate parent-child boundaries and borderline personality disorder in adolescence.
Wall et al (2017) – Parent–adolescent concordance on the Revised Diagnostic Interview for Borderlines (DIB‐R) and the Childhood Interview for Borderline Personality Disorder (CI‐BPD)
Westbrook, John, Berenbaum, Howard (2017) – Emotional Awareness Moderates the Relationship Between Childhood Abuse and Borderline Personality Disorder Symptom Factors.
Winsper et al (2017) – Aetiological pathways to Borderline Personality Disorder symptoms in early adolescence: childhood dysregulated behaviour, maladaptive parenting and bully victimisation
Zanarini et al (2017) – Prevalence rates of borderline symptoms reported by adolescent inpatients with BPD, psychiatrically healthy adolescents and adult inpatients with BPD
Andrewes et al (2017) – An ecological momentary assessment investigation of complex and conﬂicting emotions in youth with borderline personality disorder
Andrewes, H. E., Hulbert, C., Cotton, S. M., Betts, J., & Chanen, A. M. (2017) – Ecological momentary assessment of nonsuicidal self-injury in youth with borderline personality disorder.
Badoud et al (2017) – Vers un Modele du dÃ‰VELOPPEMENT des dom’ dimensions de la mentalisation a l’adolescence
Biberdzic, M., Ensink, K., Normandin, L., & Clarkin, J.F. (2017) – Psychometric Properties of the Inventory of Personality Organization for Adolescents
Bjureberg, J., Sahlin, H., Hellner, C., Hedman-Lagerlöf, E., Gratz, K. L., Bjärehed, J., Jokinen, J., Tull, M. T., & Ljótsson, B. (2017) – Emotion regulation individual therapy for adolescents with nonsuicidal self-injury disorder: A feasibility study.
Bo & Kongerslev (2017) – Self-reported patterns of impairments in mentalization, attachment, and psychopathology among clinically referred adolescents with and without borderline personality pathology
Bo et al (2017)– Hypermentalizing, attachment and epistemic trust in adolescent BPD: Clinical illustrations
Borkum et al (2017) – Prevalence rates of childhood protective factors in adolescents with BPD, psychiatrically healthy adolescents and adults with BPD
Bornovalova et al (2017) – Genetic and environmental influences on the codevelopment among borderline personality disorder traits, major depression symptoms, and substance use disorder symptoms from adolescence to young adulthood
Brinkley et al (2017) – Sending and receiving text messages with sexual content: Relations with early sexual activity and borderline personality features in late adolescence
Brown RC, Plener PL, Groen G, Neff D, Bonenberger M, Abler B. (2017) – Differential neural processing of social exclusion and inclusion in adolescents with non-suicidal self-injury and young adults with borderline personality disorder.
Chanen, Sharp et al (2017) – prevention and early intervention for borderline personality disorder: a novel public health priority
Chanen A. (2017) – Borderline personality disorder is not a variant of normal adolescent development.
Conway et al (2017) – Seven-Year Course of Borderline Personality Disorder Features: Borderline Pathology Is as Unstable as Depression During Adolescence
Conway, C. C., Tackett, J. L., & Skodol, A. E. (2017) – Are Personality Disorders Assessed in Young People?
De Clercq et al (2017) – Understanding adolescent personality pathology from growth trajectories of childhood oddity
Debast et al (2017) – Developmentally Sensitive Markers of Personality Functioning in Adolescents: Age-Specific and Age-Neutral Expressions
Debbane et al (2017) – Brain activity underlying negative self- and other-perception in adolescents: The role of attachment-derived self-representations
Fossati et al (2017) – The Personality Inventory for DSM-5 Brief Form: Evidence for Reliability and Construct Validity in a Sample of Community-Dwellin
Feenstra DJ, Luyten P, Bales DL. (2017) – Mentalization-based treatment for borderline personalitydisorder in adults and adolescents: For whom, when, and how?
Flynn, D., Kells, M., Joyce, M., Corcoran, P., Herley, S., Suarez, C., Cotter, P., Hurley, J., Weihrauch, M. and Groeger, J. (2017) – Family Connections versus optimised treatment-as-usual for family members of individuals with borderline personality disorder: non-randomised controlled study.
Fossati, A., Somma, A., Borroni, S., Markon, K. E., & Krueger, R. F. (2017) – The personality inventory for DSM-5 brief form evidence for reliability and construct validity in a sample of community-dwelling Italian adolescents.
Barazandeh, H., Kissane, D. W., Saeedi, N., & Gordon, M. (2018) – Schema modes and dissociation in borderline personality disorder/traits in adolescents or young adults.
Bennett, C., Melvin, G., Quek, J., Saeedi, N., Gordon, M., & Newman, L. (2018) – Perceived Invalidation in Adolescent Borderline Personality Disorder: An Investigation of Parallel Reports of Caregiver Responses to Negative Emotions
Biberdzic, M., Ensink, K., Normandin, L., & Clarkin, J.F. (2018) – Empirical Typology of Adolescent Personality Organization
Bornovalova, M. A., Verhulst, B., Webber, T., McGue, M., Iacono, W. G., & Hicks, B. M. (2018) – Genetic and environmental influences on the codevelopment among borderline personality disorder traits, major depression symptoms, and substance use disorder symptoms from adolescence to young adulthood.
Cooper, E. B., Venta, A., & Sharp, C. (2018) – The role of maternal care in borderline personality disorder and dependent life stress.
De Caluwé, E., Verbeke, L., van Aken, M., van der Heijden, P., & De Clercq, B. (2018) – The DSM-5 Trait Measure in a Psychiatric Sample of Late Adolescents and Emerging Adults: Structure, Reliability and Validity.
Flynn, D., Kells, M., Joyce, M., Corcoran, P., Gillespie, C., Suarez, C., Swales, M. & Arensman, E. (2018) – Innovations in Practice: Dialectical behaviour therapy for adolescents: multisite implementation and evaluation of a 16‐week programme in a public community mental health setting
Flynn, D., Kells, M., Joyce, M., Suarez, C., & Gillespie, C. (2018) – Correction to: Dialectical behaviour therapy for treating adults and adolescents with emotional and behavioural dysregulation: study protocol of a coordinated implementation in a publicly funded health service.
Flynn, D., Kells, M., Joyce, M., Suarez, C., & Gillespie, C. (2018) – Dialectical behaviour therapy for treating adults and adolescents with emotional and behavioural dysregulation: study protocol of a coordinated implementation in a publicly funded health service.
Gratz, K. L., Bentley, J. P., & Young, J. (2018) – Impact of borderline personality pathology on treatment outcomes among adolescents in residential treatment: The role of emotion regulation.
Hurtado-Santiago, S., Guzmán-Parra, J., Bersabé, R. M., & Mayoral, F. (2018) – Effectiveness of iconic therapy for the reduction of borderline personality disorder symptoms among suicidal youth: Study protocol for a randomised controlled trial.
Kalpakci, A., Ha, C., & Sharp, C. (2018) – Differential relations of executive functioning to borderline personality disorder presentations in adolescents.
Koenig, J., Brunner, R., Parzer, P., Resch, F., & Kaess, M. (2018) – The Physiological Orienting Response in Female Adolescents with Borderline Personality Disorder
Krauch, M., Ueltzhöffer, K., Brunner, R., Kaess, M., Hensel, S., Herpertz, S. C., & Bertsch, K. (2018) – Heightened Salience of Anger and Aggression in Female Adolescents With Borderline Personality Disorder—A Script-Based fMRI Study.
Milijkovitch, R., Deborde, A. S., Bernier, A., Corcos, M., Speranza, M., Pham-Scottez, A. (2018) – Borderline Personality Disorder in Adolescence as a Generalization of Disorganized Attachment
Musser, N., Zalewski, M., Stepp, S., & Lewis, J. (2018) – A systematic review of negative parenting practices predicting borderline personality disorder: Are we measuring biosocial theory’s ‘invalidating environment’?
Quek, J., Bennett, C., Melvin, G., Saeedi, N., Gordon, M., & Newman, L. (2018) – An Investigation of the Mentalization-based Model of Borderline Pathology in Adolescents
Quek, J., Melvin, G. A., Bennett, C., Gordon, M. S., Saeedi, N., & Newman, L. K. (2018) – Mentalization in Adolescents With Borderline Personality Disorder: A Comparison With Healthy Controls.
Rathus, JH, Miller, AL, & Bonavitacola, L. (2018) – DBT with Adolescents.
Santangelo, P. S. Koenig, J. Kockler, T. D. Eid, M. Holtmann, J. Koudela‐Hamila, S. Parzer, P. Resch, F. Bohus, M. Kaess, M. Ebner‐Priemer, U. W. (2018) – Affective instability across the lifespan in borderline personality disorder – a cross‐sectional e‐diary study.
Sharp, C., Steinberg, L., Michonski, J., Kalpakci, A., Fowler, C., Frueh, B. C., & Fonagy, P. (2018) – DSM Borderline Criterion Function Across Age-Groups: A Cross-Sectional Mixed-Method Study
Stokes, K., Sapoff, M., Pogge, D., Zaccario, M., & Barbot, B. (2018) – A Dimensional Understanding of Borderline Personality Features in Adolescence: The Relationship between MMPI-A PSY-5 Scales and PAI-A Borderline Features
Thompson KN, Cavelti M, Chanen AM. (2018) – Psychotic symptoms in adolescents with borderline personality disorder features.
Trupe, Rebecca D.Macfie, Jenny. Skadberg, Rebecca M. Kurdziel, Gretchen (2018) – Patterns of emotional availability between mothers and young children: Associations with risk factors for borderline personality disorder.
Venta, A., Magyar, M., Hossein, S., & Sharp, C. (2018) – The psychometric properties of the Personality Assessment Inventory–Adolescent’s Borderline Features Scale across two high-risk samples.