Wood_Jean_Assignment_3_PSY206_JuLY 6_2010[1] ROUGH

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Wood 07/12/2010 Activity 3 NORTHCENTRAL UNIVERSITY ASSIGNMENT COVER SHEET Learner: Jean L Wood THIS FORM MUST BE COMPLETELY FILLED IN Please Follow These Procedures: If requested by your mentor, use an assignment cover sheet as the first page of the word processor file. Use “headers” to indicate your course code, assignment number, and your name on each page of the assignment/homework including this assignment cover sheet. . Keep a Photocopy or Electronic Copy Of Your Assignments: You may need to re-submit assignments if your mentor has indicated that you may or must do so. Academic Integrity: All work submitted in each course must be the Learner’s own. This includes all assignments, exams, term papers, and other projects required by the faculty mentor. The knowing submission of another persons work represented as that of the Learner’s without properly citing the source of the work will be considered plagiarism and will result in an unsatisfactory grade for the work submitted or for the entire course, and may result in academic dismissal. PSY7206 Bettina Shapira Assignment 3 Background Considerations to the Study of Psychopathology Faculty Use Only <Faculty comments here> <Faculty Name> <Grade Earned> <Writing Score> <Date Graded> Revised 11-10-05
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Wood 07/12/2010 Activity 3 Classification and Diagnosis in the USA The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual Of Mental Disorders (DSM) Jean Wood North Central University Professor Shapira PSY7206 – Activity 3 July 12, 2010 Revised 11-10-05
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Wood 07/12/2010 Activity 3 Assignment 3 Classification and Diagnosis in the USA The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) was first published in 1952 by the American Psychiatric Association . It categorized 106 mental disorders. The second revision in 1968 differentiated 182 disorders. The third revision in 1980 differentiated 265 disorders (and was highly controversial in that it represented a shift in thinking about psychopathology). The last major revision was the DSM-IV, which was published in 1994 and differentiated 297 disorders (a fifth revision is expected around the end of this decade). The DSM currently governs the training of
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