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Follow the DSM debate
• Frances A. A warning sign on the road to DSM-V: beware of its unintended consequences. Psychiatr Times.2009;26(8):1-9.
• Schatzberg AF, Scully JH Jr, Kupfer DJ, Regier DA. Setting the record straight: a response to Dr Frances’ commentary on DSM-V. Psychiatr Times.2009;26(8):1-10.
• Frances A. A response to the charge of financial motivation. Psychiatr Times.2009;26(8):16.
• Carpenter WA. Criticism versus fact: a response to a warning sign on the road to DSM-V by Allen Frances, MD. http://www.psychiatrictimes.com/display/article/10168/1426935. Accessed November 23, 2009.
• Frances A. Dr Frances responds to Dr Carpen-ter: a sharp difference of opinion. http://www.psychiatrictimes.com/display/article/10168/1426935. Accessed November 23, 2009.
• Frances A. Advice to DSM-V . . . change deadlines and text, keep criteria stable. Psychiatr Times.2009;26(10):1-8.
• Frances A. Advice to DSM-V: integrate with ICD-11. Psychiatr Times.2009;26(11):22-23.