Diagnostic statistical manual of mental disorders: DSM-IV-TR


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Since the DSM-IV(R) was published in 1994, we've seen many advances in our knowledge of psychiatric illness. This Text Revision incorporates information culled from a comprehensive literature review of research about mental disorders published since DSM-IV(R) was completed in 1994. Updated information is included about the associated features, culture, age, and gender features, prevalence, course, and familial pattern of mental disorders. The DSM-IV-TR(R) brings this essential diagnostic tool up-to-date, to promote ...

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Jul 21, 2009


This book will prove helpful when it comes to diagnosing clients.


Jun 18, 2009

The book is informational, but looking forward to the next addition. The seller on this book did not respond to my email inquiry looking for status due to the length of time it took to get to me. Alibirs was helpful in contacting the seller and getting the book to me shortly thereafter.


Oct 23, 2008

The "BIG BOOK" for Psych

This book is somewhat overwhelming with content, but it is the most complete book on psychological illnesses/disorders. It is a must for any psych student or professional!


Oct 7, 2008


This book is a must-have for all psychology graduate students as well as researchers and practitioners. It is not a bad idea for undergraduate students, either. Often referred to as the "bible" of psychology, it contains all the diagnoses most commonly accepted in the practice of psychology (and most commonly accepted by insurance companies for billing purposes) along with differential diagnosis trees to help the reader determine how to distinguish different diagnoses that are similar or share overlapping symptoms. There is a mini-version, which can be very helpful as a quick reference tool, though it lacks the differential diagnosis sections. If you are not willing to read this book from cover to cover, then you should probably not consider psychology as a profession.

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