Psychiatric Diagnosis Revisited: From DSM to Clinical Case Formulation

Dynamics of Decision-Making: The Issue of Reliability in DiagnosisDiagnosis and the DSMFrom Prototype to Checklist: A Brief HistoryCommotion in Psychiatry, Part I: Diagnosis Under Fire in the 1970sCommotion in Psychiatry, Part II: Critical Researchers Dethrone the Psychiatric EthosCommotion in Psychiatry, Part III: Deinstitutionalization, Rationalization, Medicalization, and Fuzzy Decision-MakingNeo-Kraepelinian RestorationDiagnostic Reliability Since the DSM-IIIConclusionOther ReferencesSymptom and Context: The Issue of Validity in DiagnosisToward a Functional Account of PsychopathologyHow the DSM Takes into Account ContextThe Paradox of Polythetic Descriptive DiagnosisSign-Based DiagnosisBeyond Sign-Based Diagnosis: Symptoms as Personal ConstructionsIntermezzo: Lacan's PositionThe Search for Biomedical ReferentsToward an Era of Biopsychopathology?The Mental Disorder: What Kind of Kind?ConclusionOther ReferencesFrom Mental Suffering to Mental Disorder and Back AgainWhat Do We Diagnose?PsychopathologyPsychopathology Versus AbnormalityWhat Is Pathos?A Plea for Studying the Quality and Circumstances of Mental SufferingDSM-5: A Matter of DisordersWhat About Suffering: Verstehen or Gardez- vous de comprendre?ConclusionOther ReferencesWorking with Clinical Case Formulations: Methodological ConsiderationsMapping Mental Health ProblemsFunction-Oriented DiagnosisCase ConstructionQualitative Research as a Methodological FrameworkQuality Assurance in Diagnostic Case FormulationReflexivityReflexivity in the Context of Function- Oriented Case FormulationAiming at Validity and Reliability: A Matter of Careful VerificationReliability Considered CloselyA Closer Look at ValidityConclusionOther ReferencesBibliography
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