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1 Assistant Professeur Département de Psychiatrie Harbor UCLA (USA). bernaharbor@yahoo.com

2 Remerciements, A mes parents et ma psychanalyste qui m’ont appris, chacun a leur manière, la patience nécessaire aux aventures humaines. A Otto Kernberg qui m’a ouvert les portes de l’Amérique. A Frank Yeomans pour son attentive relecture.

3 Dans ce chapitre nous utiliserons indifféremment les termes « borderline », « borderline personality disorder » ou BPD ou TPL pour évoquer le Trouble de la Personnalité Limite.

4 Les textes cités dans cette revue historique peuvent être retrouvés dans Stone, M. H. (1986). Essential Papers on Borderline Disorders: One Hundred Years at the Border New York, NYU Press.

5 Bergeret décrit la pathologie limite comme un mode d’organisation anaclitique de la personnalité résultant d’un aménagement instable, fragile, lié à un traumatisme précoce.

6 De nombreuses études ont aussi démontré que les types d’attachements présentés par les parents (ou le caregiver), sont eux-mêmes déterminants du type d’attachement que l’enfant aura tendance à développer, ceci ouvrant aussi une voie additionnelle aux transmissions intergénérationnelles.

7 L'épigénétique est le domaine qui étudie comment l'environnement et l'histoire individuelle influe sur l'expression des gènes, et plus précisément l'ensemble des modifications transmissibles d'une génération à l'autre et réversibles de l'expression génique sans altération des séquences nucléotidiques.


8 Ni X, Chan K (2006) ont également proposé une association entre un certain type of sérotonine transporteur et le développement of TPL.

9 En sciences cognitives, l'expression mentalisation ou "théorie de l'esprit" désigne les processus cognitifs permettant à un individu d'expliquer ou de prédire ses propres actions et celles des autres agents intelligents. Cette aptitude enrichit qualitativement les interactions sociales (communication, collaboration, compétition, apprentissage, etc.); elle relève donc de la cognition sociale. Le concept de Théorie de l'esprit se distingue de celui d'Empathie car il désigne la compréhension de tous les types d'états mentaux, alors que l'empathie s'applique aux sentiments et aux émotions.

10 Le terme “mentalisation” est issu de L’Ecole Psychosomatique de Paris et fut utilisé jusqu’à un certain point par les chercheurs dans le domaine de la théorie de l’esprit. Il fut utilisé pour la première fois en 1989 par Fonagy dans un sens plus large et a, depuis, été utilisé dans la compréhension d’autres troubles psychiatriques. La mentalisation est le processus cognitif par lequel nous tâchons de comprendre et ce qui se passe en nous et chez l’autre, implicitement et explicitement, en termes d’états psychiques et de processus mentaux. C’est une construction éminemment sociale dans le sens où nous sommes attentifs à l’état mental de ceux avec qui nous nous trouvons, physiquement ou psychologiquement.



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