Personality disorders

It is important to keep in mind that personality disturbances exist along a spectrum from normal variations to pathological extremes, and it’s common for all of us to exhibit certain characteristics from this spectrum to varying degrees.

Cluster A (odd and eccentric):

Cluster B (dramatic, emotional, and unpredictable):

Cluster C (anxious or fearful):

Mixed Personality Disorders: Other personality disorders that are not included in these clusters are:

In the field of clinical psychology, various assessment tools and specialized tests are used to identify and understand different personality types. These methods help explore the nuances and individual characteristics of each person in a comprehensive and personalized manner, thus contributing to the development of a deeper perspective on each individual’s personality.


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