Inadequate Personality Disorder
Inadequate personality disorder is characterized by weak and inefficient social, emotional, intellectual, or physical responses. These persons' have significant difficulties in adjusting to new environments as they have trouble mastering skills, exhibit poor social and judgement abilities, and have low physical and emotional stamina. Notably, those with this condition do not have apparent cognitive disabilities. This diagnosis was only featured in the second edition of Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM II) which was published in 1968.