Then this term 'paranoiac' comes up and as I read through a trail of medical journal articles, I was struck by the articles, and a book, by David Owen, a physician and a member of the British House of Lords, who suggests that one variation of paranoid personality
disorder might be specific to politicians.
disorder is marked by pervasive distrust of others.
She told the Hudders-field court Fairbank suffered from various serious mental health issues, including a paranoid personality
They pointed out that no firearms were used, also citing Roberts' fragile mental state, including paranoid personality
In addition, psychological defects such as introverted and even paranoid personality
traits have received increasing attention in DM1.
In my experience, the same relationship exists with racism and narcissistic personality disorder or paranoid personality
Mihai Co]ovanu may have meant to please me, or even scare me, or simply get rid of me--because what I now know of him will not fit in with the profile of a paranoid personality
who has a pervasive distrust and suspiciousness of others such that their motives are interpreted as malevolent, beginning by early adulthood and present in a variety of contexts, as indicated by four, or more (DSM-5: 301.
The bitter and paranoid personality
Nixon brought to the White House in 1969 was in some part a consequence of his conviction that the Kennedy family had stolen the 1960 presidential election, which he narrowly lost to JFK.
2%) and paranoid personality
disorder (25%), though it should be re-emphasized that this study was done on male subjects.
But the psychiatrist said it was not clear how Kalyanjee's paranoid personality
disorder led to the killings.
Richard Ashley, defending, said Read has a paranoid personality
disorder that causes her to crave attention.
Naturally, those irresponsible diagnoses from afar included the claim that the candidate had "a paranoid personality