By Beidel, Deborah C.; Frueh, B. Christopher; Hersen, Michel
Proven vintage up-to-date to mirror the DSM-5
- The new Schizophrenic Spectrum designation and different psychotic disorders
- The revised method of consuming disorders
- Two new chapters replicate the unsettled nature of the DSM-5 for teachers and clinicians alike: bankruptcy 21: stipulations for extra examine and bankruptcy 22: substitute DSM-5 version for character Disorders.
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2002) and others suggested that the personality disorders section be the ﬁrst to shift toward a dimensional classiﬁcation, apparently not fully appreciating that one section has long been dimensional: intellectual disability (previously called mental retardation). , Regier, 2008). For much of the manual such a shift would certainly represent a fundamental change in how mental disorders are conceptualized and classiﬁed (Guze, 1978; Guze & Helzer, 1987; Robins & Guze, 1970). Nevertheless, there is a clear precedent for a dimensional classiﬁcation of psychopathology already included within DSM-5: the diagnosis of intellectual disability (APA, 2013).
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