DSM-IV


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DSM-IVDiagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders 4th edition
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A semi-structured diagnostic interview (Schedule for Affective Disorders and Schizophrenia for School-Aged Children: Present and Lifetime Version [K-SADS-PL]) for DSM-IV was applied to the children.
She compared surgical outcomes among patients without a DSM-IV diagnosis and those with one of the five most common: mood disorder, anxiety, impulse control, schizophrenia, and substance abuse disorder.
These authors found that PTSD prevalence was higher, but not significantly, when they applied the DSM-5 than when they applied the DSM-IV criteria.
This paper presents the data from a systematic comparison of the translated CIDI version, known as the CIDI-3.0, in an unselected clinical sample of patients with mental disorders, by comparing CIDI/Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition (DSM-IV) diagnoses with those assigned by the treating clinical psychiatrists.
Hoge, currently a researcher at the Center for Psychiatry and Neuroscience at Walter Reed Army Institute of Research in Silver Spring, Md., and his colleagues conducted a head-to-head comparison of the number of PTSD diagnoses obtained according to criteria in either the DSM-IV or the DSM-5.
GlobalData epidemiologists used comprehensive country-specific data from population-based studies published in peer-reviewed journal articles to arrive at a meaningful, in-depth analysis and forecast for the total prevalent cases of acute insomnia, chronic insomnia (not fulfilling DSM-IV criteria), chronic primary insomnia, and chronic secondary insomnia in the 7MM, based on the DSM-IV criteria.
Kupfer, chair of the DSM-5 task force and professor of psychiatry at the University of Pittsburgh, said the DSM-IV's organizational structure "failed to reflect shared features or symptoms of related disorders and diagnostic groups, like psychotic disorders with bipolar disorders or internalizing and externalizing disorders.
DSM-IV then followed in 1994, and while Spitzer remained involved, the process was led by another New Yorker, Alan Frances.
En un reciente intercambio de ideas con el que fuera el principal responsable de la 4a edicion del DSM-IV, Allen Frances (comunicacion personal, 16 de febrero de 2013), este me preguntaba cual era la postura de los (profesionales de la salud mental) espanoles con respecto al DSM-5, ya que el "sabia lo que estaba sucediendo en el resto de Europa, pero no en la peninsula Iberica".
Seven years later, in 1994, the DSM-IV was published.
Similar to ICD-10, DSM-IV is marked by considerable complexity, variable validity, limited clinical and research utility and problems of burgeoning comorbidity.10 Efforts to revise DSM seek to address these limitations.
Westen, Shedler, and Bradley (2006) found that a prototype matching system like that proposed for the DSM-5 reduced issues of comorbidity compared with the DSM-IV, though the prototype matching system proposed by the Work Group has yet to be empirically validated.