Structural, Cross-Cutting, and General Classification Issues

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What are the overall structural and classification issues in the proposed DSM5 that need to be addressed? Should the Axes be combined, such as the approach used in the International Classification of Diseases? How can we better assess for disability and distress? Do you agree with the proposed dimensional assessments?

What are the overall structural and classification issues in the proposed DSM5 that need to be addressed? Should the Axes be combined, such as the approach used in the International Classification of Diseases? How can we better assess for disability and distress? Do you agree with the proposed dimensional assessments?

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