DSM-IV Sourcebook / Edition 1by American Psychiatric Association, Thomas A. Widiger, APA
Pub. Date: 12/28/1995
Publisher: American Psychiatric Publishing, Incorporated
The Task Force on DSM-IV and members of the DSM-IV Work Groups have chronicled their efforts and the results in the DSM-IV Sourcebook, which documents the rationale and empirical support for the text and criteria sets presented in DSM-IV. This second of five volumes continues the DSM-IV literature reviews and summarizes the DSM-IV Work Group efforts that led/i>
The Task Force on DSM-IV and members of the DSM-IV Work Groups have chronicled their efforts and the results in the DSM-IV Sourcebook, which documents the rationale and empirical support for the text and criteria sets presented in DSM-IV. This second of five volumes continues the DSM-IV literature reviews and summarizes the DSM-IV Work Group efforts that led to publication of the DSM-IV Options Book.
Each review contains the following six sections: Statement of the Issues—explicitly outlines the issues addressed in the review; Significance of the Issues—frames the importance of each issue and discusses its clinical and empirical significance; Methods—documents the extent to which the reviews were systematic and comprehensive in their coverage of the literature; Results—provides an objective and thorough summary of the findings most relevant to each issue; Discussion—addresses the implications of the clinical research findings for DSM-IV; and Recommendations—recommendations for DSM-IV based on the review of the literature.
DSM-IV Sourcebook, Volume 2, presents the reviews for
• Mood Disorders
• Late Luteal Phase Dysphoric Disorder
• Anxiety Disorders
• Personality Disorders
• Psychiatric System Interface Disorders
• Sexual Disorders
Table of Contents
Mood Disorders. Introduction to Section I. Mood disorders. Cyclothymic. Bipolar depression with hypomanic (Bipolar II). Schizoaffective disorder. Minor depression. Recurrent brief depression. Psychotic (Delusional) major depression: should it be included as a distinct syndrome in DSM-IV? Catatonia. Melancholic dymptom features. Should atypical depression be included in DSM-IV? Should Postpartum Mood Disorders be given a more prominent or distinct place in DSM-IV? Validity of seasonal pattern as a modifier for recurrent mood disorders in DSM-IV. Validity of rapid cycling as a modifier for bipolar disorder in DSM-IV. Late Luteal Phase Dysphoric Disorder. Late Luteal Phase Dysphoric Disorder. Anxiety Disorders. Introduction to Section III: anxiety disorders. Panic disorder and agoraphobia. Specific (Simple) phobia. Social phobia. Obsessive-compulsive disorder. Posttraumatic stress disorder. Generalized anxiety disorder. Mixed anxiety-depression. Personality Disorders. Introduction to Section IV: personality disorders. Paranoid personality disorder. Schizoid personality disorder. Schizotypal personality disorder. Antisocial personality. Borderline personality disorder. Histrionic personality disorder. Narcissistic personality disorder. Avoidant personality disorder. Dependent personality disorder. Obsessive-compulsive personality disorder. Personality disorder dimensional models. Depressive personality disorder. Negativistic (passive-aggressive) personality disorder. Sadistic personality disorder. Self-defeating personality disorder. Enduring personality change after catastrophic experience. Personality change resulting from another mental disorder. Psychiatric System Interface Disorders. Introduction to Section V: psychiatric system interface disorders (PSID. Somatization disorder. Conversion disorder, the proposed autonomic arousal disorder, and pseudocyesis. Somatoform pain disorder. Hypochondriasis. Body dysmorphic disorder. The place of neurasthenia in DSM-IV. Dissociative disorders. Impulse-control disorders. Adjustment disorder. Psychological factors affecting physical condition (PFAPC). Sexual Disorders. Introduction to Section VI: sexual disorders. Sexual desire disorders. Female sexual arousal disorder. Male erectile. Female orgasm: proposals regarding name, criteria, and subtyping. Sexual pain disorders. Paraphilias. Index.
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