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Paranoid personality disorder has been richly and consistently represented in the descriptive psychiatric literature. It was described by Mayer, Koch, Kraepelin, Bleuler, Kretschmer, and Schneider under such rubrics as the "pseudoquerulent type" and the "fanatic psychopath" (Millon 1981). This disorder has, however, received less attention in the psychoanalytic literature than have many other personality disorders.

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TABLE 20–6. DSM-IV-TR diagnostic criteria for paranoid personality disorder
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TABLE 20–7. Treatment of paranoid personality disorder

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