Data were not included for the two DSM-IV appendix diagnoses of passive-aggressive disorder and depressive disorder nor for the DSM-III-R diagnosis of self-defeating personality disorder.
What does SDPD stand for?
SDPD stands for Self-Defeating Personality Disorder (psychology)
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We have 9 other meanings of SDPD in our Acronym Attic
- Shanghai Development Planning Commission
- Shuttle Data Processing Complex (US NASA)
- Singapore Duty-Paid Cigarette
- Soutien Direct aux Populations du Cameroun
- State Development Planning Commission (China)
- San Diego Peace Corps Association (San Diego, CA)
- San Diego Professional Coaches Alliance
- San Diego Postal Customer Council (USPS; California)
- San Diego Polymer Clay Guild (California)
- San Diego Police Department (San Diego, CA, USA)
- Smoothed Dissipative Particle Dynamics (chemical engineering)
- Structure Determination from Powder Diffraction
- Surveillance Data Processing and Distribution
- System-Driven Physical Design
- Structure Determination by Powder Diffractometry Round Robin (pharmaceutical study)
- San Diego Paranormal Eye (San Diego, CA)
- Scottish Doctoral Programme in Economics (UK)
- SD Process Equipments (Maharashtra, India)
- Sistema de Direccion y Planificacion de la Economia (Spanish: System Management and Planning of the Economy; Cuba)
- Special Design Protective Equipment
Samples in periodicals archive:
Kirk and Kutchins (1992) joined the list of critics with publication of The Selling of DSM and their new book, Making Us Crazy, is a meticulously researched analysis of individuals and groups who participated in the controversial evolution of posttraumatic stress disorder, masochistic personality disorder, self-defeating personality disorder, borderline personality disorder, and homosexuality as a mental disorder.
Other chapters on post-traumatic stress disorder, self-defeating personality disorder, masochistic personality disorder, and borderline personality disorder contain useful historical anecdotes.