Psychiatric diagnosis, tacit knowledge, and criteria

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Thornton, Tim;

The two main psychiatric taxonomies set out codifications of psychiatric diagnoses via lists of symptoms with the aim of maximizing the reliability of diagnostic judgements. This approach has been criticized, however, for failing to capture the precise connection betwee... View more
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