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  • proper noun psychology The 1994 revision of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, published by the American Psychiatric Association.

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  • As a Western-trained psychiatrist, I have learned to think in terms of particular diagnoses, those that are described in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, known as the DSM-IV.

    The Chemistry of Calm

  • The mother of all psychological/psychiatric reference books is the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 4th ed., more commonly known as the DSM-IV, a big fat volume of almost a thousand pages that’s used by just about every mental health care professional: social workers, psychologists, psychiatrists, among others.

    Black Pain

  • The mother of all psychological/psychiatric reference books is the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 4th ed., more commonly known as the DSM-IV, a big fat volume of almost a thousand pages that’s used by just about every mental health care professional: social workers, psychologists, psychiatrists, among others.

    Black Pain

  • The mother of all psychological/psychiatric reference books is the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 4th ed., more commonly known as the DSM-IV, a big fat volume of almost a thousand pages that’s used by just about every mental health care professional: social workers, psychologists, psychiatrists, among others.

    Black Pain

  • The mother of all psychological/psychiatric reference books is the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 4th ed., more commonly known as the DSM-IV, a big fat volume of almost a thousand pages that’s used by just about every mental health care professional: social workers, psychologists, psychiatrists, among others.

    Black Pain

  • For example, in the 1994 edition of the American Psychiatric Association’s “Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders” called the DSM-IV, a portion of the description for schizotypal personality disorder is as follows:

    ENTANGLED MINDS

  • For example, in the 1994 edition of the American Psychiatric Association’s “Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders” called the DSM-IV, a portion of the description for schizotypal personality disorder is as follows:

    ENTANGLED MINDS

  • For example, in the 1994 edition of the American Psychiatric Association’s “Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders” called the DSM-IV, a portion of the description for schizotypal personality disorder is as follows:

    ENTANGLED MINDS

  • At this rate, Obama Derangement Syndrome (or ODS) will soon find its way into the next edition of DSM-IV.

    Think Progress » Arizona Doctor Plans To Close His Office Because Of ‘Stress’ Caused By ‘Obamacare’

  • This trial will allow the APA to compare the prevalence rates of a condition in a population of the disorders among AMC patients who would be given a DSM-IV diagnosis with those who would be given a similar diagnosis using the new criteria in the DSM-5.

    Lloyd I. Sederer, MD: The DSM-5: Will it Work in Clinical Practice?

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