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Conceptual Evolution of DSM-5

’˜ŽÒ : D.A.Regier, W.E.Narrow, E.A.Kuhl, et al.(eds.)
o”ÅŽÐ : AM PSYCHIATRIC ASS'N PUBLISH.
ISBN : 978-1-58562-388-4
ƒy[ƒW” : 359pp.
o”Å”N : 2011”N

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Table of Contents
Part 1: Diagnostic Spectra: Assessing the Validity of Disorder Groupings

Diagnosis of mental disorders in light of modern genetics / Integration of dimensional spectra for depression and anxiety into categorical diagnoses for general medical practice / One way forward for psychiatric nomenclature: the example of the spectrum project approach / Meta effects of classifying mental disorders
Part 2: Integrating Dimensional Concepts Into a Categorical System
A proposal for incorporating clinically relevant dimensions into DSM-5 / Empirically derived personality disorder prototypes: bridging dimensions and categories in DSM-5 / Options and dilemmas of dimensional measures for DSM-5: which types of measures fare best in predicting course and outcome?
Part 3: Assessing Functional Impairment for Clinical Significance and Disability
Clinical significance and disorder thresholds in DSM-5: the role of disability and distress / Assessing activity limitations and disability among adults / Measuring disability across physical, mental, and cognitive disorders
Part 4: Identifying Important Culture- and Gender-Related Expressions of Disorders
Assessing mental disorders and service use across countries: the WHO World Mental Health Survey Initiative / The intersection of race, ethnicity, immigration, and cultural influences on the nature and distribution of mental disorders: an examination of major depression / Gender and gender-related issues in DSM-5
Part 5: Incorporating Developmental Variations of Disorder Expression Across the Lifespan
Increasing the developmental focus in DSM-5: broad issues and specific potential applications in anxiety / Diagnostic issues relating to lifespan from adulthood into later life
Index