3 edition of DSM-111 Case Book (Diagnostic/Statistical Manual) found in the catalog.
DSM-111 Case Book (Diagnostic/Statistical Manual)
Robert L. Spitzer
May 13, 1985 by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||399|
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However, it was obvious to psychiatrists more than a decade later that the inclusion first of SOD, and later EDH, was the result of earlier political compromises and that neither diagnosis met the definition of a disorder in the new nosology.
Schwartz S. John F. Marmor J. William Glasser referred to DSM-IV as "phony diagnostic categories", arguing that "it was developed to help psychiatrists — to help them make money".
Rado S. Moreover, the various systems for categorizing mental disorders have differed with respect to whether their principal objective was for use in clinical, research, or administrative settings.
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