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DC-LD

DC-LD

[diagnostic criteria for psychiatric disorders for use with adults with learning disabilities/mental retardation]

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Published by Gaskell in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement[prepared by the DC-LD Development Working Group].
SeriesOccasional paper -- OP48
ContributionsCooper, Sally-Ann., DC-LD Development Working Group.
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 128p., 5 fold plates ;
Number of Pages128
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22029635M
ISBN 101901242617
OCLC/WorldCa47119209

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[Sally-Ann Cooper; Royal College of Psychiatrists.; Council for Exceptional Children. Division for Children with Learning Disabilities. Development Working Group.]. DC-LD introduces a hierarchical approach to improve clinical practice and reduce the risks of diagnostic overshadowing. It provides further information on assessment and classification of mental disorders in adults with learning by: 4.

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[Royal College of Psychiatrists.]. A critique of the The Diagnostic Criteria for Psychiatric Disorder for Use with Adults with Learning Disabilities/Mental Retardation [DC-LD] chapter on non-affective psychotic disorders. J Intellect Disabil Res, 47, 16 – The editors of Diagnostic Manual—Intellectual Disability (DM-ID) have set out to complete the difficult task of compiling the evidence base on mental disorders in the field of intellectual disability (ID) into one reference book while modifying DSM-IV diagnostic criteria for use in persons with the disorder who present with mental and behavioral : Jane McCarthy.

DC-LD consensus diagnoses (Cooper et al., ) were derived, providing a categorical model of psychopathology.

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