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Would we modify our answers according to DSM-5 in the psychology exam of 2014 ? Please clear this confusion.
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thanks for putting up the query.i was also confused by the new and previous classifications. kindly some senior or any csp respond
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thanks for putting up the query.i was also confused by the new and previous classifications. kindly some senior or any csp respond
Yes because it amounts to a significant change in some areas e-g Anxiety order sub types are modified and PSTD and OBC have found a new place for themselves. Similar is the case with Schizophrenia. So if a questioned is asked on Anxiety Disorders , would we exclude PSTD AND OBC AND ACUTE STRESS DISORDER according to DSM - 5?
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Lets see what seniors advise but as I see it, introduction of DSM5, automatically renders DSM4 as outdated. So It seems logical to me to answer keeping in view DSM 5 and also to mention the phrase, 'as per DSM 5'.
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if any one has prepared the new classification of mental disorders then kindly share on the forum.
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Would we modify our answers according to DSM-5 in the psychology exam of 2014 ? Please clear this confusion.
do anyone let me know that what actually DSM-5 is?
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do anyone let me know that what actually DSM-5 is?
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. 5 means fifth edition.
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kindly pschologist fellows tell the shortcomings of DSM IV TR and advantages of DSM 5
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