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Dynamic Deconstructive Psychotherapy has used neuroscience findings to propose the specific neuroaffective deficits in processing of the emotion experiences as etiology of the borderline personality disorder. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of the Dynamic Deconstructive Psychotherapy to improve the symptoms in patients diagnosed with the borderline personality disorder by remediation of neuro-affective defects. This study was designed as a randomized controlled trialdoi:10.29252/jncog.1.1.1 fatcat:fofwk5kfdfacbdw5eoulpqftr4