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Trouble de la personnalité évitante

Le trouble de la personnalité évitante (ou trouble de la personnalité anxieux [1] ) est un trouble de la personnalité caractérisé par un sentiment de mauvaise adaptation, d’une très forte sensibilité aux situations négatives et à l’évitement d’activités ou relations humaines. Ce trouble est reconnu par le Manuel diagnostique et statistique des troubles mentaux (DSM) de l’Association Américaine de Psychiatrie (AAP) et par le Classification Internationale des Maladies (CIM-10), de l’Organisation Mondiale de la Santé (OMS), sous la classification F.60.

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