DSM-IIIR

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DSM-IIIRDiagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 3rd Edition, Revised
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Because of the skewed alcohol intake frequency distribution, samples were prioritized for CDT determination if they were from subjects who had ever met DSM-IIIR alcohol dependence criteria or who were averaging more than four drinks per day (men) or two drinks per day (women).
In subjects who did not meet the criteria for lifetime DSM-IIIR alcohol dependence, smoking had no significant effect on CDT ([F.sub.2,1011] = 2.19, P = 0.113), whereas alcohol consumption did ([F.sub.5,293] = 5.40, P = 0.0001); however, there was some smoking-alcohol intake interaction effect ([F.sub.10,1011] = 2.12, P = 0.021).
Whereas the DSM-IIIR itself has been found to be a reliable classification system, much less information is available regarding clinicians' precision in using it.
Although researchers have shown the DSM-IIIR to have more specific criteria for diagnostic categories than its predecessor, documenting the reliability of clinicians' use of the DSM-IIIR has been more difficult and researchers generally state that clinicians often misuse this diagnostic tool.
All subjects met DSM-IIIR criteria for alcohol abuse or dependence, and over 80% of the subjects reported a history of previous alcohol withdrawal symptoms.
Clearly, "alters" in these latter uses would be described as "personality states" rather than as "personalities" by the DSM-IIIR classification, "since their functions tend to be highly circumscribed, and because they do not exhibit the more extensive range of traits and dispositions found in more personality-like alters" (Braude, p.
The author provides readers with a sampling of personality dispositions from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IIIR) that he feels contribute to ineffective leadership.
Hastalara DSM-IV Eksen I Bozukluklari icin Yapilandirilmis Klinik Gorusme (SCID-I) ve DSM-IIIR Kisilik Bozukluklari icin Yapilandirilmis Klinik Gorusme (SCIDII) uygulanmistir.
DSM-IIIR Kisilik Bozukluklari Icin Yapilandirilmis Klinik Gorusme (SCIDII): DSM-IIIR siniflandirmasina gore II.
Both DSM-III and DSM-IIIR have employed the same criteria to define depression in adolescents as in adults.
One year later 21 of these subjects had a diagnosis of incident dementia, according to DSM-IIIR criteria and confirmed by a neurologist.