P Moron

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DSM-IV and ICD-10 show the convergence of international nomenclatures of psychotic disorders. Their emphasis on antheorism and the definition of operational diagnostic criteria converge with one major trend in traditional French psychiatry which has been illustrated by Chaslin. The principal discrepancy which concerns chronic hallucinatory psychosis has(More)
The diagnosis of personality disorders is particularly difficult in childhood and requires prolonged psychiatric evaluation. Authors focus discussion upon the diagnosis of borderline and narcissistic personality disorders in children. Although Misès recently favours the term child borderline pathologies covering all personality disorders other than(More)