Also called PPD, paranoid personality disorder is part of the Cluster A personality disorders grouping, which is characterized by odd or eccentric behaviors. PPD usually involves feelings of mistrust and a sense of suspicion toward other people. An estimated 2.3 percent to 4.4 percent of the general population may have paranoid personality disorder, according to research cited by the Cleveland Clinic.

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