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Nguyen, Ly Van1, Forfatter
Væver, Mette2, Vejleder
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1Det Samfundsvidenskabelige Fakultet, Københavns Universitet, København, Danmark, diskurs:7001              
2Institut for Psykologi, Det Samfundsvidenskabelige Fakultet, Københavns Universitet, København, Danmark, diskurs:7012              
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Ukontrollerede emneord: borderline personality disorder, BPD, attachment, disorganized attachment, mentalization, mentalization-based therapy, MBT
 Abstract: This thesis will explore how borderline personality disorder (BPD) is seen in light of the classic and modern attachment-theories and mentalization-based therapy (MBT). BPD is characterized by instability in interpersonal relationships, affect regulation and self-image. These issues often lead to acts such as self-harm or/and suicide. The diagnostic area of BPD is under debate, where scientists are divided if BPD should be understood and be diagnosed by categorical or dimensional criteria.
Through John Bowlby and Mary Ainsworth classic theories of attachment, they suggest that infants have a fundamental need to be attached to other people, especially their primary caregivers. Experiences from early childhood is significant for normal development. Ainsworth’s studies of the interaction of mothers between their infants, conclude that dependent the contents of the interaction between the infant and the primary caregiver, leads to different attachment styles. Modern attachment theories (theories of mentalization) are built on the classic theories of attachment which states that mentalization – the ability to understand and reflect about our own and other peoples thoughts and actions, develops from the presence of the primary caregiver with the infant, through marked mirroring by the infant’s caregivers. On the other hand, it is unclear if the process of mirroring is a one-way process. From the perspective of attachment, deficits of mentalization is a cause to the development of BPD later in life. Deficits of mentalization in adults have different causes, including disorganized attachment styles, failure of parental mirroring, maltreatment and abuse. These factors are believed to be influential on the development of BPD.

Mentalization-based therapy (MBT) has roots from psychodynamic theory, with influences from theories of attachment and mentalization. MBT is focusing on enhancing the client’s mentalization to decrease symptoms from BPD. Studies on MBT effectiveness show that MBT is relatively effective to treating BPD, but it is unclear exactly why the client with BPD is showing improvement and if the treatment outcome is stable for a longer period of time.
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2014-07-22
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Bogmærk denne post: https://diskurs.kb.dk/item/diskurs:59863:1
 Type: Speciale
Alternativ titel: En analyse av en personlighetsforstyrrelse i lys av tilknytningsteorier, mentaliseringsteorier og mentaliseringsbasert terapi
Alternativ titel: Borderline Personality Disorder
Alternativ titel: An analysis of a personality disorder in the light of attachment theory, mentalization theory and mentalization-based therapy
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Sprog: Norwegian Bokmål - nob
 Datoer: 2014-03-13
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 Publiceringsinfo: København : Københavns Universitet
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 Type: Speciale
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