What is the DSM? Diagnostic manual, cultural icon, political battleground: an overview with suggestions for a critical research agenda
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders of the APA (known as the DSM) is a system for the classification of mental disorders that provides diagnostic criteria used by psychiatrists and experts in related fields. Although classification systems and stan...
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