Psychology of Covid-19: Be a Different Person Post-Pandemic

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Description: Whether the year and then some that we have been engaged by the pandemic will result in people’s personalities seeming to have changed once we get to see them and spend time with them face-to-face again is an interesting question. But how about this question. Do you want to be a different sort of… Read more »

Personality Disorders in 3 Simple Questions

Posted by & filed under Abnormal Psychology, Clinical Psychology, mental illness, Personality, Personality Disorders, Personality Disorders, Psychological Disorders, Treatment of Psychological Disorders.

Description: You may not know, off the top of your head, what the diagnostic criteria are for the 10 Personality Disorder (PD) types split over three clusters in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM-5). Given the word “personality” in their category title, you might expect that they would be defined by the patterns they reflect… Read more »