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Neurosis and personality disorder (PD) are two of the most used but least clarified and understood terms in psychiatry. The separation of PD by the American Psychiatric Association in DSM-III and -IV as a discrete axis of classification has been a major advance in psychiatric nosology. Also with the advent of DSM-III and its multiaxial system, it was(More)
The World Psychiatric Association (WPA) Task Force and a small group previously convened by the WPA publications committee initiated three activities between 2006-2008 that aimed to respond to the need for greater support for psychiatry journals in LAMI countries. In a joint venture with participants from the Global Mental Health Movement the Task Force(More)
Obsessions can occur in many psychiatric disorders or they may constitute the entire illness, which is then referred to as an obsessional state (Rees, 1993). The relationship of obsessive compulsive symptoms (OCS) to different psychiatric disorders is still controversial. This work was undertaken to study the co-occurrence and phenomenology of OCS with(More)
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