DSM-IV-TR


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DSM-IV-TR

 
a text revision of the dsm-iv published in 2000, incorporating changes in diagnostic criteria for tourette's syndrome, dementia of the alzheimer type, dementia due to other medical conditions, personality change due to a general medical condition, exhibitionism, frotteurism, pedophilia, sexual sadism, and voyeurism.
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The persons with unipolar depression on the criteria of the Diagnostic Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders-IV- Text Revised (DSM-IV-TR) were selected through purposive sampling.
The PDM's typological framework coincides with the DSM-IV-TR's personality-disorder taxonomy (i.e., it includes categories for Schizoid, Paranoid, Antisocial [Psychopathic], Narcissistic, Dependent, Avoidant [Phobic], Histrionic [Hysterical], and Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorders), with some additional, distinctly psychodynamic categories (i.e., Sadistic/Sadomasochistic, Masochistic [Self-Defeating], Depressive, Somaticizing, Anxious, and Dissociative Personality Disorders).
Counselors should know what information they need to obtain during the clinical interview and how that information is relevant to making a DSM-IV-TR (APA, 2000) diagnosis.
Esta escala ofrece ventajas sobre las demas como, sensibilidad a los cambios ejercidos por el tratamiento, capacidad para discriminar entre muestras clinicas y de poblacion general, aplicacion transcultural y, muy especialmente, apego a la clasificacion diagnostica de los trastornos de ansiedad mas comunes del DSM-IV-TR (APA, 2002).
The DSM-IV-TR (APA, 2000) delineates that dependence can be diagnosed when three of the seven established criteria are met.
The most common symptoms as per the DSM-IV-TR were 'difficulty in sustaining attention' in 23 (92%), 'easy distractibility' in 22 (88%), 'often loosing things' in 20 (80%), and 'blurting out answers' in 20 (80%) subjects.
Recent estimates report that 10 percent to 31 percent of the approximately 8 million college students (ages 18-24) meet the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV-TR; American Psychiatric Association, 2000) criteria for alcohol abuse.
The diagnostic criteria for DID in the DSM-IV-TR (APA, 2000) are the following:
One study of patients meeting criteria for DSM-IV-TR mixed episodes evaluated a mood stabilizer alone versus a mood stabilizer combined with an atypical antipsychotic.
El DSM-IV-TR incluia cinco trastornos generalizados del desarrollo, pero los investigadores encontraron que no todos los clinicos y los diferentes centros de tratamiento usaban coherentemente estos subtipos, por lo cual los cambios hechos en el DSM-5 representan una forma mas util de realizar el diagnostico de los trastornos relacionados con el autismo y se reduce el diagnostico a un unico grupo llamado TEA (1) (tabla 3).
The questions concerning alcohol consumption were taken directly from the DSM-IV-TR. (9) A third category was created for alcohol consumption: problematic drinking used if a participant did not meet diagnosable criteria for either alcohol abuse or alcohol dependence but met one or two criteria of the seven criteria named for alcohol dependence.