Advances in digital publishing that allow instantaneous dissemination of changes at minimal cost have paved the way towards the adoption of a continuous improvement model for DSM, in which revisions are pegged to specific scientific advances.
The authors shed light on a disorder that is difficult to diagnose and manage, and offer insights on how to develop an appropriate treatment plan.
The clinical presentation and functional impacts of ADHD in adults vary greatly from their child and adolescent counterparts.
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The authors discuss the clinical implications of the changes in the DSM-5 section on schizophrenia spectrum and other psychotic disorders.
The inability or difficulty to experience vaginal penetration is most similar to which DSM-5 disorder? Find out in this quiz.
The Prisoner’s Dilemma reveals a clear distinction between the 2 conditions.
New research demonstrates why it’s crucial to examine manic and other symptoms in their entirety when making a treatment plan.
You must assess the presenting problem and identify the appropriate diagnostic code needed for insurance billing. But diagnosis is complicated. Help here.