Low Reliability for a Personality Disorder Suggests
Low reliability for a personality disorder suggests:
A) People with the disorder did not, in fact, have problems functioning normally in daily life.
B) Clinicians diagnosing patients had difficulty agreeing on whether a patient had the disorder or not.
C) People with the disorder at one point in time had recovered by the follow-up assessment.
D) People with the disorder often had other personality disorders as well.