Chapter 13 - DSM-IV Multiaxial Classification System Axis I...

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DSM-IV Multiaxial Classification System Axis I Clinical disorders that may be a focus of  clinical attention: schizophrenia mood disorders anxiety disorders sexual and gender disorders eating disorders
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DSM-IV Multiaxial Classification System Axis II Mental retardation and personality disorders antisocial personality disorder paranoid personality disorder borderline personality disorder
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DSM-IV Multiaxial Classification System Axis III General medical conditions that may be relevant to mental disorders: cancer epilepsy obesity Parkinson’s disease Alzheimer’s disease
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DSM-IV Multiaxial Classification System Axis IV Psychosocial and environmental problems that might affect the diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis of mental disorders: unemployment divorce legal problems homelessness poverty parental overprotection
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DSM-IV Multiaxial Classification System Axis V Global assessment of functioning (social, psychological, and occupational). Rated on scale 1 --> 100 1 = danger of hurting self or others 100 = superior functioning in a wide range of areas
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DSM-IV Multiaxial Classification System Axis I Clinical disorders that may be a focus of  clinical attention: schizophrenia mood disorders anxiety disorders sexual and gender disorders eating disorders
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DSM-IV Multiaxial Classification System Axis I Clinical disorders that may be a focus of  clinical attention: Schizophrenia symptoms (POSITIVE) delusions hallucinations loosening of associations
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DSM-IV Multiaxial Classification System Axis I Clinical disorders that may be a focus of  clinical attention: Schizophrenia symptoms (NEGATIVE) apathy flat affect isolation/withdrawal slowed/reduced speech slowed movements
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Theodore Kaczynski
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The Unabomber
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DSM-IV Multiaxial Classification System schizophrenia A mental disorder characterized by alterations in perceptions, emotions, thoughts, or consciousness. Paranoid type Preoccupation with delusions or auditory hallucinations.
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DSM-IV Multiaxial Classification System schizophrenia A mental disorder characterized by alterations in perceptions, emotions, thoughts, or consciousness. disorganized type disorganized speech, behavior, and inappropriate flat affect. Delusions or hallucinations may be present but fragmentary or noncoherent.
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DSM-IV Multiaxial Classification System schizophrenia A mental disorder characterized by alterations in perceptions, emotions, thoughts, or consciousness. Catatonic type extreme motor immobility, extreme negativism, mutism, echolalia
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schizophrenia A mental disorder characterized by alterations in perceptions, emotions, thoughts, or consciousness. Undifferentiated type
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