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Gender Identity Disorders
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Abuse Adjustment Disorder Agoraphobia Alcohol Amnestic Disorder Anorexia Nervosa Anxiety Disorder Anxiolytic behavior better accounted Bipolar Disorder Bulimia Nervosa causes marked distress causes significant impairment classification clinically significant clinician Conduct Disorder criteria set Delirium Delusional Disorder delusions differential diagnosis Disorder Due disorder e.g. Disorder Not Otherwise Disorders section DSM-III DSM-III-R DSM-III-R criteria DSM-IV DSM-lll-R duration episode i.e. episode meeting criterion etiology field trial hallucinations Hyperactivity Hypnotic impairment in social included individuals least Major Depressive Disorder major depressive episode manic episode meet criteria Mood Disorder nonpsychiatric medical condition occupational functioning occur exclusively onset Options Book Organic Mental Disorders Otherwise Specified panic attacks Panic Disorder persistent Personality Change Personality Disorder Pervasive Developmental Disorder physical present problems proposed changes proposed for DSM-IV Psychotic Disorder recurrent Related Substance relationship requirement Schizophrenia Secondary Sexual Dysfunction Single Episode six months Sleep Disorder social or occupational Social Phobia Somatoform stressor Substance-Induced Type Withdrawal