Explore the latest in psychiatric nosology, including DSM taxonomy and classification, overlap phenotypes, shifting definitions, and more.
This cross-sectional study used confirmatory factor analysis to evaluate the fit of 4 models regarding the latent structure of negative symptoms using confirmatory factor analysis in a population of outpatients with schizophrenia.
This article describes the development of categories of mental illness by Emil Kraepelin in the second through sixth editions of his textbook Psychiatrie: Ein Lehrbuch für Studierende und Ärzte.
This article suggests that the burgeoning field of computational psychiatry may reconcile biological psychiatry with critical psychiatry, as well as the values and goals of those with lived experience of psychosis.
This national survey of US adults presents findings on the prevalence, correlates, psychiatric comorbidity, functioning, and treatment of DSM-5 major depressive disorder.
The cross-sectional study demonstrates an approach to identifying clinical and functional subtypes within a transdiagnostic sample via electroencephalography.
This Viewpoint discusses a neurocomputational model of bipolar disorder and makes predictions about how mood changes will escalate, resolve, and reverse in bipolar disorder.
This cross-sectional case-control positron emission tomographic study tests whether dopamine synthesis capacity is elevated in bipolar disorder with psychosis and how this compares with schizophrenia and matched controls.
This Viewpoint argues that complicated grief criteria are better for diagnosing grief disorder than prolonged grief disorder criteria.
This study designs a survey for use in screening individuals to identify attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder based on the DSM-5 criteria.
This cross-sectional study examines the worldwide prevalence of generalized anxiety disorder using DSM-5 criteria in community-based populations of varying income levels.
This Viewpoint presents the rationale for the use of an empirically driven continuous improvement model for the DSM and the mechanism being developed to implement it.
This Special Communication examines the degree to which modern operationalized diagnostic criteria for schizophrenia reflect the main clinical features of the disorder as described historically by diagnostic experts.
This survey study presents nationally representative findings on the prevalence, correlates, psychiatric comorbidity, disability, and treatment of DSM-5 drug use disorder diagnoses overall and by severity level.
This national epidemiologic survey finds that alcohol use disorder is highly prevalent, highly comorbid, and disabling, with an urgent need for education of the public and policy makers, destigmatization of the disorder, and encouragement of those with the disorder to seek treatment.
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