Examining Autistic and Catatonic Spectrum Symptoms in People with Borderline Personality Disorder


Maria Alice*

The co-occurrence of autistic and catatonic spectrum symptoms within the context of Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) presents a complex diagnostic challenge that warrants investigation. This abstract explores the overlapping features of autistic and catatonic symptomatology in individuals diagnosed with BPD. The study delves into the potential implications of these co-occurring symptoms for diagnostic accuracy, treatment approaches and the broader understanding of the underlying neurobiological mechanisms. By shedding light on this intricate interplay, the research underscores the significance of tailored assessment strategies and integrated therapeutic interventions for individuals with comorbid BPD, autistic spectrum and catatonic symptoms.




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