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DSM-II Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (Second…

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DSM-II replaced the initial DSM with a manual more intended for clinicians than for wardens of large, residential psychiatric facilities. Here we see the germ of subsequent DSMs, though the multiaxial system still has not been introduced and the very brief diagnostic descriptions (not yet really criterion-based) include psychodynamic etiologies. ( )
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