DSM-IV Sourcebook / Edition 1by American Psychiatric Association, Widiger
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 third of four volumes concludes the DSM-IV literature reviews and summarizes the DSM-IV Work Group efforts that led to… See more details below
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 third of four volumes concludes 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 3, presents the reviews for • Disorders Usually First Diagnosed in Infancy, Childhood, or Adolescence• Eating Disorders• The DSM-IV Multiaxial System• Family Relational Problems• Cultural Issues for DSM-IV
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Table of Contents
Disorders Usually First Diagnosed In Infancy, Childhood, Or Adolescence (Part I). Introduction to Section I. Autistic disorder. Rett's Syndrome: a subtype of pervasive developmental disorder? Childhood disintegrative disorder. Pervasive developmental disorder not otherwise specified. Early-onset schizophrenia. Should social skills deficits be included as a primary diagnostic criterion for learning disorders? Language and speech disorders. Disorders Usually First Diagnosed In Infancy, Childhood, Or Adolescence (Part II). Introduction to Section II. Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder: a review of diagnostic issues. Comorbidity of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Attention deficit disorder without hyperactivity. Oppositional defiant disorder and conduct disorder. Feeding and eating disorders of infancy or early childhood. Anxiety disorders of childhood or adolescence. Elective mutism. Reactive attachment disorder. The nosological status of depression in children and adolescents. Suicide in childhood and adolescence. Adjustment disorder in children and adolescents. Trichotillomania. Gender identity disorder. Sibling rivalry: diagnostic category or focus of treatment? Eating Disorders. Introduction to Section III. Subtyping anorexia nervosa. Diagnostic criteria for bulimia nervosa. Subtyping of bulimia nervosa. Importance of attitudes regarding shape and weight to the diagnosis of bulimia nervosa. Forms of overeating not meeting DSM-III-R behavioral criteria: pathological overeating. The Multiaxial System. Introduction to Section IV. Axis III: Relationship between psychiatric syndromes and medical disorders. Axis IV. A proposed axis for social supports. Revising Axis V for DSM-IV: a review of measures of social functioning. Patterns of course of illness. On measuring syndromic severity. Defense mechanisms. Family/Relational Problems. Introduction to Section V. Relational problem related to a mental disorder or general medical condition. Parent inadequate discipline. Marital and family communication difficulties. Partner relational problems with physical abuse. Sibling relational problems. Physical abuse and neglect of children. Incest. Cultural Issues for DSM-IV. Introduction to Section VI. Culture in DSM-IV. Cultural considerations in the classification of mental disorders in children and adolescents. Cultural considerations on cognitive impairment disorders. Culture and substance-related disorders. Cultural considerations in the diagnosis of schizophrenia and related disorders and psychotic disorders not otherwise classified. Cultural considerations in the diagnosis of mood disorders. Culture and the anxiety disorders. Cultural considerations for somatoform disorders. Impact of culture on dissociation: enhancing the cultural suitability of DSM-IV. Cultural issues and sexual disorders. Eating disorders: a cross-cultural review. Culture and the diagnosis of adjustment disorders. Cultural factors and personality disorders. On culturally enhancing the DSM-IV multiaxial formulation. The "culture-bound syndromes" and DSM-IV. Religious or spiritual problems. Index.
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