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DSM-IV Criteria A. Many physical complaints, resulting in treatment being sought or significant functional impairment. Onset is before the age of 30. B. Physical Complaints 1. History of pain related to at least four sites or functions. 2. Two GI symptoms. 3. One sexual symptom. 4. One symptom suggestive of a neurological condition (pseudoneurological). C. Symptoms cannot be explained by organic etiology or symptoms are in excess of what is expected from the medical evaluation. D. Symptoms are not intentionally produced.

The patient has little interest in having sexual experiences. 4. The patient takes pleasure in few activities. 5. The patient has no close friends or confidants except first-degree relatives. 6. The patient is indifferent to the praise or criticism of others. 7. The patient displays emotional detachment or diminished affective responsiveness. II. Clinical Features of Schizoid Personality Disorder A. The patient often appears cold and aloof, and is uninvolved in the everyday concerns of others. B.

B. Tasks may be difficult to complete. These patients prefer logic and intellect to feelings, and they are not able to be openly affectionate. C. These patients are often very “frugal” with regard to financial matters. Epidemiology of Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder A. The prevalence of OCPD is 1% in the general population and up to 10% in clinical populations. B. The male-to-female ratio is 2:1. C. Obsessive-compulsive personality disorder is more frequent in first- degree relatives.

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