Evaluate personality disorders symptoms in different individuals


  • Naima Akhlaq Jinnah University for Women
  • Urooj Asghar Jinnah University for Women
  • Tanzeela Gul Jinnah University for Women
  • Syeda Yusra Ali Jinnah University for Women
  • Noma Shah Jinnah University for Women




Personality Disorders, Suicidal Thoughts, Self-Harming, Mood Swings, ADHD


A personality disorder is a disorder described by unchangeable patterns of thinking, feeling, or disclose to others that causes problems in personal, communal, and work situations. They are characterized into three types: those characterized by odd/eccentric behavior, those characterized by suspenseful/erratic behavior, and those characterized by anxious/inhibited behavior. (catalog) BPD is widely diagnosed up to 20% of psychiatric patients have the borderline personality disorder, and it may occur in up to 2% of the general population. Biological and environmental factors are both implicated in the improvement of antisocial personality disorder. A survey was conducted in city of lights Karachi to ascertain the knowledge of building a character or how to build a character. The Personality Disorder test was administered by 500 persons who included mostly students, some Physicians, some older persons and single and married persons from age below 20 -above 30. The questionnaire was based on MCQs asking people to give fair opinion about what they feel about their emotion dysregulation, impulsivity, risktaking behavior, irritability, feelings of emptiness, suicide, self-injury and fear of abandonment, as well as changeable interpersonal relationships. Thus, this study examined the temporal dynamics of emotions, self-esteem, anger, social relationships with others and ability speaks about your rights. Some of the questions asked by us included: They have difficulty in trusting others, His/her need is more important than others, Usually Mood swings, Feeling Depressed. This survey study show that personality disorder is mostly seen in females of age between 20 - 30.




How to Cite

Akhlaq, N., Asghar, U., Gul, T., Ali, S. Y., & Shah, N. (2016). Evaluate personality disorders symptoms in different individuals. Annals of Psychophysiology, 3, 62–68. https://doi.org/10.29052/2412-3188.v3.i1.2016.62-68