Shapeshifting Borderline, Morphing Narcissist: Identity Disturbance



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Types of identity disturbance or diffusion in Borderline and Narcissistic patients: Cyclical, Allotropic, Object-related.

Autobiographical memory (narrative), dissociation, and core identity.

Splitting and other primitive defenses and their role in identity disturbance.

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At the Junction of Clinical and Developmental Science: Associations of Borderline Identity Disturbance Symptoms With Identity Formation Processes in Adolescence
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Published Online:June 2021 https://doi.org/10.1521/pedi_2020_34_484

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