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"I would recommend this book to anyone practicing in the mental health field and to consumers in mental health." (Metapsychology Online Review, June 2002)

"some useful background to the contemporary debate..." (Human Nature Review, Vol.2 2002)

"...an excellent reflection on psychiatric diagnosis and classification..." (Psychotherapy & Psychosomatics, Vol.71, No.6, 2002)

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This book provides an overview of the strengths and limitations of the currently available systems for the diagnosis and classification of mental disorders, in particular the DSM-IV and the ICD-10, and of the prospects for future developments.

Among the issues covered are:

  • The impact of biological research
  • The diagnosis of mental disorders in primary care
  • The usefulness and limitations of the concept of comorbidity in psychiatry
  • The role of understanding and empathy in the diagnostic process
  • The ethical, legal and social aspects of psychiatric classification
Psychiatric Diagnosis and Classification provides a comprehensive picture of the current state of available diagnostic and classificatory systems in psychiatry and the improvements that are needed.

This book will be of interest to psychiatrists, psychologists, mental health nurses, managers and policy makers.


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Three decades after the introduction of explicit diagnostic criteria and, subsequently, rule-based classification such as DSM-III [1], DSM-III-R [2], ICD-10 [3] and DSM-IV [4], it should be possible to examine the impact of these tools on psychiatric nosology. Read the first page
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