Dissociative disorders in DSM-5.

  title={Dissociative disorders in DSM-5.},
  author={David Spiegel and Richard J. Loewenstein and Roberto Lewis‐Fern{\'a}ndez and Vedat Şar and Daphne Simeon and Eric Vermetten and Etzel Carde{\~n}a and Paul F Dell},
  journal={Depression and anxiety},
  volume={28 9},
BACKGROUND We present recommendations for revision of the diagnostic criteria for the Dissociative Disorders (DDs) for DSM-5. The periodic revision of the DSM provides an opportunity to revisit the assumptions underlying specific diagnoses and the empirical support, or lack of it, for the defining diagnostic criteria. METHODS This paper reviews clinical, phenomenological, epidemiological, cultural, and neurobiological data related to the DDs in order to generate an up-to-date, evidence-based… 

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