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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

Documents the rationale & empirical support for the text & criteria sets presented in DSM-IV.

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Editorial Reviews

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Reviewer: Lori R. Solaro, MD (Rush University Medical Center)
Description: Volume 3 of DSM-IV Sourcebook presents reviews of clinical research literature pertaining to the topics of childhood disorders, eating disorders, multiaxial issues, family relational issues, and cultural and religious-spiritual issues.
Purpose: The intent is to provide documentation of the empirical support and rationale for the text and criteria presented in DSM-IV.
Audience: Primarily applicable to psychiatrists, the book is also useful for other mental health professionals.
Features: The authors are authorities in their fields and represent the specialties of psychiatry, behavioral science, psychology, pediatrics, neurology and family and community medicine. The references are extensive and pertinent.
Assessment: This volume details an objective and comprehensive literature review of the topics of childhood disorders, eating disorders, the DSM-IV multiaxial system, family/relational problems, and cultural issues for DSM-IV. This book is useful as a clinical resource for psychiatrists and is excellent for psychiatric boards review.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780890420713
  • Publisher: American Psychiatric Publishing, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 12/28/1995
  • Series: DSM-IV SourceBook Series
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 1232
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 2.25 (d)

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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