Author | David C. Rettew, MD

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Diagnoses From Clinical Evaluations and Standardized Diagnostic Interviews Don’t Agree

June 02, 2010

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A recent meta-analysis showed that diagnoses generated from clinical evaluations often do not agree with the results of structured and semistructured interviews-together called standardized diagnostic interviews (SDIs).

Diagnoses from Clinical Evaluations and Standardized Diagnostic Interviews Don’t Agree

April 19, 2010

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A recently published a meta-analysis showed that diagnoses generated from clinical evaluations often do not agree with the results of structured and semi-structured interviews-together called standardized diagnostic interviews (SDI).1 Such a study could easily be overlooked as another dry and “methodological” investigation. Nevertheless, the implications of this meta-analysis are enormous

Avoidant Personality Disorder: Boundaries of a Diagnosis

July 02, 2006

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A discussion of the epidemiology, assessment, diagnostic dilemmas, and treatment of avoidant personality disorder.

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