This center contains a series of informative articles that discuss the new DSM-5. Because we are committed to providing the most current, contemporary, and relevant educational resources, we have been actively preparing for DSM-5 over the past several years. Our proactive approach enables us to align our library resources with the conceptual framework, language, diagnostic criteria, and organizational structure of the new DSM-5. We started making changes in 2012 based on drafts and will continue to make updates and revisions throughout 2013.
Overview of changes found in DSM-5:
There has been a great deal of mystery, excitement, and uncertainty about much anticipated release of DSM-5. In December 2012, the APA Board of Trustees voted to approve the new DSM-5. The DSM-5 was unveiled at the American Psychiatric Association’s National Conference in May 2013. Copies were available to the...
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