DSM‐5‐TR: overview of what’s new and what’s changed

@article{First2022DSM5TROO,
  title={DSM‐5‐TR: overview of what’s new and what’s changed},
  author={Michael First and Lamyaa Yousif and Diana E. Clarke and Philip S. Wang and Nitin Gogtay and Paul S. Appelbaum},
  journal={World Psychiatry},
  year={2022},
  volume={21}
}
World Psychiatry 21:2 June 2022 Understanding the factors discussed above helps make sense of what, for many scientists and health professionals, is one of the most exasperating and difficult-to-understand features of the vaccination debate: facts are not enough. Merely repeating evidence has been a notoriously ineffective way of shifting attitudes among those who self-identify as anti-vaccination. One reason for this is that people do not always behave like cognitive scientists, weighing up… 
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