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Publications from DSM-5 Development 

 As part of the efforts to disseminate information about DSM-5 development as widely as possible, the American Psychiatric Institute for Research and Education is maintaining an ongoing list of peer-reviewed journal publications arising from the DSM-5 planning conference series (2002-08) and from DSM-5 Task Force and Work Group discussions (e.g., empirical literature reviews, secondary data analyses). This list will be continually updated.

 

NIH/WHO/APA Research Planning Conference Series 

Overview conference

 1. Kraemer, HK, Shrout PE, Rubio-Stipec M. Developing the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual V: what will “statistical” mean in DSM-V? Social Psychiatry & Psychiatric Epidemiology, 2007; 42: 259-267.

Personality

 2. Widiger TA & Simonsen E. Introduction to the Special Section: The American Psychiatric Association's Research Agenda for the DSM–V. Personality Disorders, 2005; 19:103-109. 

3. Widiger TA & Simonsen E. Alternative Dimensional Models of Personality Disorder: Finding a Common Ground. Personality Disorders, 2005; 19:110-130. 

4. Livesley JW. Behavioral and Molecular Genetic Contributions to a Dimensional Classification of Personality Disorder. Personality Disorders, 2005; 19:131-155. 

5. Paris J. Neurobiological Dimensional Models of Personality: A Review of the Models of Cloninger, Depue, and Siever. Personality Disorders, 2005; 19:156-170. 

6. Mervielde I, De Clercq B, De Fruyt F, & Van Leeuwen K. Temperament, Personality, and Developmental Psychopathology as Childhood Antecedents of Personality Disorders. Personality Disorders, 2005; 19: 171-201. 

7.  Shiner RL. A Developmental Perspective on Personality Disorders: Lessons From Research on Normal Personality Development in Childhood and Adolescence. Personality Disorders, 2005; 19:202-210. 

8.  Widiger TA & Simonsen E. Introduction to Part Two of the Special Section on the Research Agenda for the Development of a Dimensional Classification of Personality Disorder. Personality Disorders, 2005; 19:211. 

9. Allik J. Personality Dimensions Across Cultures. Personality Disorders, 2005; 19:212-232. 

10. Krueger RF. Continuity of Axes I and II: Toward a Unified Model of Personality, Personality Disorders, and Clinical Disorders. Personality Disorders, 2005; 19:233-261. 

11. Trull TJ. Dimensional Models of Personality Disorder: Coverage and Cutoffs. Personality Disorders, 2005; 19:262-282. 

12. Verheul R. Clinical Utility of Dimensional Models for Personality Pathology. Personality Disorders, 2005; 19:283-302. 

13. Ashton MC & Lee K. The Lexical Approach to the Study of Personality Structure: Toward the Identification of Cross–Culturally Replicable Dimensions of Personality Variation. Personality Disorders, 2005; 19:303-308. 

14.  Tyrer P. The Problem of Severity in the Classification of Personality Disorder. Personality Disorders, 2005; 19:309-314. 

15.  Widiger TA, Simonsen E, Krueger RF, Livesley JW, & Verheul R. Personality Disorder Research Agenda for the DSM–V. Personality Disorders, 2005; 19:315-338. 

Substance Use Disorders 

16.  Saunders JB & Schuckit MA. The development of a research agenda for substance use disorders diagnosis in the diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, fifth edition (DSM-V). Addiction, 2006; 101:1-5. 

17.  Muthén B. Should substance use disorders be considered as categorical or dimensional? Addiction, 2006; 101:6-16. 

18.  Helzer JE, van den Brink W, & Guth SE. Should there be both categorical and dimensional criteria for the substance use disorders in DSM-V? Addiction, 2006; 101:17-22. 

19.  Koob GF. The neurobiology of addiction: a neuroadaptational view relevant for diagnosis. Addiction, 2006; 101:23-30. 

20.  Room R. Taking account of cultural and societal influences on substance use diagnoses and criteria. Addiction, 2006; 101:31-39. 

21.  Escobar JI & Vega WA. Cultural issues and psychiatric diagnosis: providing a general background for considering substance use diagnoses. Addiction, 2006; 101:40-47. 

22.  Saunders JB. Substance dependence and non-dependence in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) and the International Classification of Diseases (ICD): can an identical conceptualization be achieved? Addiction, 2006; 101:48-58. 

23.  Hasin D, Hatzenbuehler ML, Keyes K, & Ogburn E. Substance use disorders: Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, fourth edition (DSM-IV) and International Classification of Diseases, tenth edition (ICD-10). Addiction, 2006; 101:59-75.

24.  Schuckit MA. Comorbidity between substance use disorders and psychiatric conditions. Addiction, 2006; 101:76-88.

25.  Nunes EV & Rounsaville BJ. Comorbidity of substance use with depression and other mental disorders: from Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, fourth edition (DSM-IV) to DSM-V. Addiction, 2006; 101:86-96.

26.  Hesselbrock VM & Hesselbrock MN. Are there empirically supported and clinically useful subtypes of alcohol dependence? Addiction, 2006; 101:97-103.

27.  Babor TF & Caetano R. Subtypes of substance dependence and abuse: implications for diagnostic classification and empirical research. Addiction, 2006; 101:104-110.

28.  Caetano R & Babor TF. Diagnosis of alcohol dependence in epidemiological surveys: an epidemic of youthful alcohol dependence or a case of measurement error? Addiction, 2006; 101:111-114.

29.  Crowley TJ. Adolescents and substance-related disorders: research agenda to guide decisions on Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, fifth edition (DSM-V). Addiction, 2006; 101:115-124.

30.  Budney AJ. Are specific dependence criteria necessary for different substances: how can research on cannabis inform this issue? Addiction, 2006; 101:125-133.

31.  Hughes JR. Should criteria for drug dependence differ across drugs? Addiction, 2006; 101:131-141.

32.  Potenza MN. Should addictive disorders include non-substance-related conditions? Addiction, 2006; 101:142-151.

33.  Petry NM. Should the scope of addictive behaviors be broadened to include pathological gambling? Addiction, 2006; 101:152-160.

34.  Cottler LB & Grant BF. Characteristics of nosologically informative data sets that address key diagnostic issues facing the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, fifth edition (DSM-V) and International Classification of Diseases, eleventh edition (ICD-11) substance use disorders workgroups. Addiction, 2006; 101:161-169.

35.  Schuckit MA & Saunders JB. The empirical basis of substance use disorders diagnosis: research recommendations for the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, fifth edition (DSM-V). Addiction, 2006; 101:170-173.

 Diagnostic Issues in Dementia

36.  Sunderland T. Modern diagnostic approaches in dementia: On the cusp of change. J Geriatr Psychiatry Neurol, 2006; 19:123-124.

37.  Terry RD. Alzheimer’s disease and the aging brain. J Geriatr Psychiatry Neurol, 2006; 19:125-128.

38.  Breitner JCS. Dementia—epidemiological considerations, nomenclature, and a tacit consensus definition. J Geriatr Psychiatry Neurol, 2006; 19:129-136.

39.  Reisberg B. Diagnostic criteria in dementia: A comparison of current criteria, research challenges, and implications for DSM-V. J Geriatr Psychiatry Neurol, 2006; 19:137-146.  

40.  Petersen RC & O’Brien J. Mild Cognitive Impairment should be considered for DSM-V. J Geriatr Psychiatry Neurol, 2006; 19:147-154.   

41.  Sano M. Neuropsychological testing in the diagnosis of dementia. J Geriatr Psychiatry Neurol, 2006; 19:155-159. 

42.  Jeste DV, Meeks TW, Kim DS, & Zubenko GS. Research Agenda for DSM-V: Diagnostic categories and criteria for neuropsychiatric syndromes in dementia. J Geriatr Psychiatry Neurol, 2006; 19:160-171. 

43.  Sunderland T, Hampel H, Takeda M, Putnam KT, & Cohen RM. Biomarkers in the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease: Are we ready? J Geriatr Psychiatry Neurol, 2006; 19:172-179.  

44.  Small GW. Diagnostic issues in dementia: Neuroimaging as a surrogate marker of disease. J Geriatr Psychiatry Neurol, 2006; 19:180-185.   

45.  Blacker D & Lovestone S. Genetics and dementia nosology. J Geriatr Psychiatry Neurol, 2006; 19:186-191.

Deconstructing Psychosis

46.  Regier DA. Time for a fresh start? Rethinking psychosis in DSM-V. Schizophr Bull, 2007; 33:843-845.

47.  van Os J & Tamminga C. Deconstructing psychosis. Schizophr Bull, 2007; 33:861-862.

48.  Allardyce J, Gaebel W, Zielasek J, & van Os J. Deconstructing Psychosis Conference February 2006: The validity of schizophrenia and alternative approaches to the classification of psychosis. Schizophr Bull, 2007; 33:863-867.

49.  Dutta R, Greene T, Addington J, McKenzie K, Phillips M, & Murray RM. Biological, life course, and cross-cultural studies all point toward the value of dimensional and developmental ratings in the classification of psychosis. Schizophr Bull, 2007; 33:868-876.  

50.  Keller J, Schatzberg AF, & Maj M. Current issues in the classification of psychotic major depression. Schizophr Bull, 2007; 33:877-885. 

51.  Vieta E & Phillips ML. Deconstructing bipolar disorder: A critical review of its diagnostic validity and a proposal for DSM-V and ICD-11. Schizophr Bull, 2007; 33:886-892. 

52.  Phillips ML & Vieta E. Identifying functional neuroimaging biomarkers of bipolar disorder: Toward DSM-V. Schizophr Bull, 2007; 33:893-904. 

53.  Owen MJ, Craddock N, & Jablensky A. The genetic deconstruction of psychosis. Schizophr Bull, 2007; 33:905-911.

54.  Keefe RSE & Fenton WS. How should DSM-V criteria for schizophrenia include cognitive impairment? Schizophr Bull, 2007; 33:912-920.  

55.  Gur RE, Keshavan MS, & Lawrie SM. Deconstructing psychosis with human brain imaging. Schizophr Bull, 2007; 33:921-931.  

56.  Benes FM. Searching for unique endophenotypes for schizophrenia and bipolar disorder within neural circuits and their molecular regulatory mechanisms. Schizophr Bull, 2007; 33:932-936. 

57.  Tamminga CA & Davis JM. The neuropharmacology of psychosis. Schizophr Bull, 2007; 33:937-946. 

58.  Rounsaville BJ. DSM-V Research Agenda: Substance abuse/psychosis comorbidity. Schizophr Bull, 2007; 33:947-952.

 Obsessive-Compulsive Behavior

59.  Hollander E. OCSDs in the forthcoming DSM-V. CNS Spect, 2007; 12:320-324.

60.  Josephson SC, Hollander E, & Sumner J. Comprehensive treatment of three patients with comorbid OCPD and ADHD. CNS Spect, 2007; 12: 338-342.

61.  Regier DA. Obsessive-compulsive behavior spectrum: Refining the research agenda for the DSM-V. CNS Spect, 2007; 12: 343-344. 

62.  Phillips KA & Kaye WH. The relationship of body dysmorphic disorder and eating disorders to obsessive-compulsive disorder. CNS Spect, 2007; 12: 347-358. 

63.  Fineberg NA, Saxena S, Zohar J, & Craig KJ. Obsessive-compulsive disorder: Boundary issues. CNS Spect, 2007; 12: 359-375.

64.  Leckman JF, Rauch SL, & Mataix-Cols D. Symptom dimensions in obsessive-compulsive disorder: Implications for the DSM-V. CNS Spect, 2007; 12: 376-391. 

65.  Matsunaga H & Seedat S. Obsessive-compulsive spectrum disorders: Cross-national and ethnic issues. CNS Spect, 2007; 12: 392-400. 

66.  Regier DA. Obsessive-compulsive spectrum: Refining the research agenda for DSM-V. Psychiatry Research, 2009;170:1-2. 

67.  Arzeno Ferraro Y, Miguel EC, & Stein DJ. Tourette’s disorder, trichotillomania, and obsessive-compulsive disorder: How closely related are they? Psychiatry Research, 2009;170:32-42. 

68.  Nicolini H, Arnold P, Nestadt G, Lanzagorta N, Kennedy JL. Overview of genetics and obsessive-compulsive disorder. Psychiatry Research, 2009;170:7-14. 

69.  Potenza MN, Koran LM, & Pallanti S. The relationship between impulse control disorders and obsessive-compulsive disorder: Current understanding and future research directions. Psychiatry Research, 2009;170:22-31. 

70.  Hollander E, Wang T, Braun A, & Marsh L. Neurological considerations: Autism and Parkinson’s disease. Psychiatry Research, 2009;170:43-51.

71.  Hollander E, Kim S, Braun A, Simeon D, & Zohar J. Cross-cutting issues and future directions for the OCD spectrum. Psychiatry Research, 2009;170:3-6.

 Dimensional Approaches

 72.  Regier, DA. Dimensional approaches to psychiatric classification: refining the research agenda for DSM-V: an introduction. International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research, 2007; Supp 16:S1-S5.

 73.  Lopez MF, Compton WM, Grant BF, & Breiling JP. Dimensional approaches in diagnostic classification: a critical appraisal. International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research, 2007; Supp 16:S6-S7.

 74.  Kraemer HC. DSM categories and dimensions in clinical and research contexts. International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research, 2007; Supp 16:S8-S15.

 75.  Hudziak JJ, Achenbach TM, Althoff RR, & Pine DS. A dimensional approach to developmental psychopathology. International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research, 2007; Supp 16:S16-S23.

 76.  Helzer JE, Bucholz KK, & Gossop M. A dimensional option for the diagnosis of substance dependence in DSM-V. International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research, 2007; Supp 16:S24-S33.

 77.  Allardyce J, Suppes T, & van Os J. Dimensions and the psychosis phenotype. International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research, 2007; Supp 16:S34-S40.

 78.  Andrews G, Brugha T, Thase ME, Duffy FF, Rucci P, & Slade T. Dimensionality and the category of major depressive episode. International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research, 2007; Supp 16:S41-S51.

 79.  Shear MK, Bjelland I, Beesdo K, Gloster AT, & Wittchen H-U. Supplementary dimensional assessment in anxiety disorders. International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research, 2007; Supp 16:S52-S64.

 80.  Krueger RF, Skodol AE, Livesley WJ, Shrout PE, & Yueqin H. Synthesizing dimensional and categorical approaches to personality disorders: refining the research agenda for DSM-V Axis II. International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research, 2007; Supp 16:S65-S73.

Somatoform Disorders

81.  Regier, DA. Somatic Presentations of Mental Disorders: Refining the Research Agenda for DSM-V. Psychosomatic Medicine, 2007; 69:827-828.

82.  Dimsdale JE, Patel V, Xin Y, & Kleinman A. Somatic presentations—a challenge for DSM-V. Psychosomatic Medicine, 2007; 69:829. 

83.  Oken D. Evolution of Psychosomatic Diagnosis in DSM. Psychosomatic Medicine, 2007; 69:830-831. 

84.  Kirmayer LJ & Sartorius N. Cultural models and somatic syndromes. Psychosomatic Medicine, 2007; 69:832-840. 

85.  Escobar JI & Gureje, O. Influence of cultural and social factors on the epidemiology of idiopathic somatic complaints and syndromes. Psychosomatic Medicine, 2007; 69:841-845. 

86.  Lee S & Kleinman A. Are somatoform disorders changing with time? The case of neurasthenia in China. Psychosomatic Medicine, 2007; 69:846-849. 

87.  Dimsdale JE & Dantzer RD. A biological substrate for somatoform disorders: Importance of pathophysiology. Psychosomatic Medicine, 2007; 69:850-854. 

88.  Kanaan RAA, Lepine JP, & Wessely SC. The association or otherwise of the functional somatic syndromes. Psychosomatic Medicine, 2007; 69:855-859. 

89.  Lieb R, Meinlschmidt G, & Araya R. Epidemiology of the association between somatoform disorders and anxiety and depressive disorders: An update. Psychosomatic Medicine, 2007; 69:860-863. 

90.  Winfried R & Rojas G. Stability of somatoform symptoms—implications for classification. Psychosomatic Medicine, 2007; 69:864-869. 

91.  Hasin D & Katz H. Somatoform and substance use disorders. Psychosomatic Medicine, 2007; 69:870-875. 

92.  Mayou R. Are treatments for common mental disorders also effective for functional symptoms and disorder? Psychosomatic Medicine, 2007; 69:876-880. 

93.  Kroenke K. Efficacy of treatment for somatoform disorders: A review of randomized controlled trials. Psychosomatic Medicine, 2007; 69:881-888. 

94.  Sumathipala A. What is the evidence for the efficacy of treatments for somatoform disorders? A critical review of previous intervention studies. Psychosomatic Medicine, 2007; 69:889-900.

95. Dimsdale JE. Psychiatry's DSM dilemmas: Can cartography help? Psychosomatic Medicine, 2010;72:839-40.

96.  Tomenson B, Essau C, Jacobi F, Ladwig KH, Leiknes KA, Lieb R, Meinlschmidt G, McBeth J, Rosmalen J, Rief W, Sumathipala A, Creed F; EURASMUS Population Based Study Group. Total somatic symptom score as a predictor of health outcome in somatic symptom disorders. Br J Psychiatry. 2013 Sep 26.

Depression & GAD 

97.  Hettema JM. The nosologic relationship between generalized anxiety disorder and major depression. Depression & Anxiety, 2008; 25:300-316. 

98.  Moffitt TE, Caspi A, Harrington HL, Milne BJ, Melchior M, Goldberg D, & Poulton R. Generalized anxiety disorder and depression: Childhood risk factors in a birth cohort followed to age 32. Psychological Medicine, 2007; 37:441-452.

99.  Kessler RC, Gruber M, Hettema JM, Hwang I, Sampson N, & Yonkers KA. Co-morbid major depression and generalized anxiety disorders in the National Comorbidity Survey follow-up. Psychological Medicine, 2008; 38:365-374.

 Individual and Work Group Publications

 ADHD & Disruptive Behavior Disorders

 100.  Kieling C, Kieling RR, Frick PJ, Rohde LA, Moffitt T, Nigg JT, Tannock R, Castellanos FX. The age at onset of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. American Journal of Psychiatry, 2010; 167:14-15.

 Anxiety Disorders

101.  Jim Leckman JF. Symptom dimensions and subtypes of obsessive-compulsive disorder: a developmental perspective. Dialogues Clin Neurosci, 2009;11:21-33.

102. Wittchen, H.-U., Beesdo, K., & Gloster, A. The Position of Anxiety Disorders in Structural Models of Mental Disorders. Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 2009; 32:465-481.

103. Beesdo, K., Knappe, S., & Pine, D. S. Anxiety and Anxiety Disorders in Children and Adolescents: Developmental Issues and Implications for DSM-V. Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 2009;32:483-524.

104. Beesdo-Baum, K., Höfler, M., Gloster, A., Klotsche, J., Lieb, R., Beauducel, A., et al.The structure of common mental disorders: A replication study in a community sample of adolescents and young adults. International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research, 2009;18:204-220.

105. Beesdo, K., Lau, J., McClure-Tone, E. B., Guyer, A., Monk, C., Nelson, E., et al. Common and Destinct Amygdala-Function Perturbations in Depressed vs Anxious Adolescents. Archives of General Psychiatry, 2009;66:275-285.

106. Wittchen, H.-U., Beesdo-Baum, K., Gloster, A., Höfler, M., Klotsche, J., Lieb, R., et al.The structure of mental disorders re-examined: Is it developmentally stable and robust against additions? International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research, 2009;18:189-203.

107. Wittchen, H.-U., Gloster, A., Beesdo, K., Schönfeld, S., & Perkonigg, A. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Diagnostic and Epidemiological Perspectives. CNS Spectrums, 2009;14:5-12.

108. Kircanski K, Craske MG, Epstein AM, Wittchen H-U. Subtypes of Panic Attacks: A Critical Review of the Empirical Literature. Depression & Anxiety, 2010; 26:878-887.

109. Andrews G, Hobbs MJ, Borkovec TD, Beesdo K, Craske MG, Heimberg RG, Rapee RM, Ruscio AM, Stanley MA. Generalized Worry Disorder: A review of DSM-IV Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Options for DSM-V. Depression & Anxiety, 2010; 27:134-147.

110. Lewis-Fernández R, Hinton DE, Laria AJ, Patterson EH, Hofmann SG, Craske MG, Stein DJ, Asnaani A, Liao B. Culture and the anxiety disorders: Recommendations for DSM-V. Depression & Anxiety, 2010; 27:212-229.

111. Bögels SM, Alden L, Beidel DC, Clark LA, Pine D, Stein MB, Voncken M. Social anxiety disorder: Questions and answers for the DSM-V. Depression & Anxiety, 2010; 27:168-189.

112. Wolitzky-Taylor K, Castriotta N, Lenze E, Stanley M, Craske MG. Anxiety Disorders in Late Age: A Comprehensive Review. Depression & Anxiety, 2010; 27:190-211.

113. DSM V Anxiety, OC Spectrum, Posttraumatic, and Dissociative Disorder Work Group, Craske MG, Kircanski K, Epstein A, Wittchen HU, Pine DS, Lewis-Fernández R, Hinton D. Panic Disorder: A review of DSM-IV Panic Disorder and Proposals for DSM-V. Depression & Anxiety, 2010; 93-112.

114. LeBeau RT, Glenn D, Liao B, Wittchen HU, Beesdo-Baum K, Ollendick T, Craske MG. Specific Phobia: A review of DSM-IV Specific Phobia and preliminary recommendations for DSM-V. Depression & Anxiety, 2010; 27:148-167.

115. Craske MG, Rauch SL, Ursano R, Prenoveau J, Pine DS, Zinbarg RE. DSM V Anxiety, Obsessive-Compulsive Spectrum, Posttraumatic, and Dissociative Disorders Work Group Literature Review: What is an Anxiety Disorder? Depression & Anxiety, 2009; 26:1066-1085.

116. Wittchen H-U, Gloster AT, Beesdo-Baum K, Fava GA, Craske MG. Agoraphobia: A Review of the Diagnostic Classificatory Position and Criteria. Depression & Anxiety, 2010; 27:113-133.

117. Mataix-Cols D, Frost RO, Pertusa1 A, Clark LA, Saxena S, Leckman JF, Stein DJ, Matsunaga H, Wilhelm S. Hoarding Disorder: A New Diagnosis for DSM-V? Depression & Anxiety, 2010; 27:556-572.

118. Stein DJ, Fineberg NA, Bienvenu OJ, Denys D, Lochner C, Nestadt G, Leckman JF, Rauch SL, Phillips KA. Should OCD be Classified as an Anxiety Disorder in DSM-V? Depression & Anxiety, 2010; 495-506.

119. Phillips KA, Wilhelm S, Koran LM, Didie E, Fallon B, Feusner J, Stein DJ. Body Dysmorphic Disorder: Some Key Issues for DSM-V. Depression & Anxiety, 2010; 27:573-591.

120. Phillips KA, Stein DJ, Rausch SL, Hollander E, Fallon BA, Barsky A, Fineburg N, Mataix-Cols D, Ferrao YA, Saxena S, Wilhelm S, Kelly MM, Clark LA, Pinto A, Bienvenu OJ, Farrow J, Leckman J. Should an Obsessive-Compulsive Spectrum Grouping of Disorders be Included in DSM-V? Depression & Anxiety 2010; 27:528-555.

121. Walkup JT, Ferrao YA, Leckman JF, Stein DJ, Singer H. Tic Disorders: Some Key Issues for DSM-V. Depression & Anxiety 2010; 27:600-610.

122. Stein DJ, Grant JE, Franklin ME, Keuthen N, Lochner C, Singer HS, Woods DW. Trichotillomania (Hair Pulling Disorder), Skin Picking Disorder, and Stereotypic Movement Disorder: Toward DSM-V. Depression & Anxiety 2010;27:611-626.

123. Feusner JD, Phillips KA, Stein DJ. Olfactory Reference Syndrome: Issues for DSM-V. Depression & Anxiety, 2010;27:592-599.

124. Andrews GA, Hobbs MJ. The effect of the DSM-5 draft criteria on GAD on prevalence and severity. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 2010;44:784-790.

125. Beesdo-Baum, K., Pine, D., Lieb, R., & Wittchen, H.-U. Incidence and Risk Patterns of Anxiety and Depressive Disorders and Categorization of Generalized Anxiety Disorder. Archives of General Psychiatry, 2010;67:47-57.

126. Beesdo, K., Winkel, S., Pine, D., Hoyer, J., Lieb, R., & Wittchen, H.-U. The diagnostic threshold of generalized anxiety disorder in the community: A developmental perspective. Journal of Psychiatric Research 2011;45:962-72.

127. Friedman MJ, Resick PA, Bryant RA, Strain J, Horowitz M, & Spiegel D. Classification of trauma and stress-related disorder in DSM-5. Depression & Anxiety 2011; 28: 737-749.

128. Friedman MJ, Resick PA, Bryant RA, Brewin CR. Considering PTSD for DSM-5. Depression & Anxiety 2011; 28: 750-769.

129. Scheeringa MS, Zeanah CH, Cohen JA. PTSD in children and adolescents: toward an empirically based algorithm. Depression & Anxiety, 2011; 28: 770-782.

130. Hinton DE, Lewis-Fernández R. The cross-cultural validity of posttraumatic stress disorder: implications for DSM-5. Depression & Anxiety, 2011; 28: 783-801.

131. Bryant RA, Friedman MJ, Spiegel D, Ursano R, Strain J. A review of Acute Stress Disorder in DSM-5. Depression & Anxiety 2011; 28: 802-817. 

132. Strain JS, Friedman MJ. Considering Adjustment Disorders as stress response syndromes for DSM-5. Depression & Anxiety, 2011; 28: 818-823.

133. Spiegel D, Loewenstein RJ, Lewis-Fernández R, Sar V, Simeon D, Vermetten E, Carden˜a E, & Dell P. Dissociative disorders in DSM-5. Depression & Anxiety, 2011; 28: 824-852.

134. Phillips KA, Friedman MJ, Stein DJ, Craske M. Special DSM-V issues on anxiety, obsessive- compulsive spectrum, posttraumatic, and dissociative disorders (Editorial). Depression and Anxiety 2010;27:91-92.

135. Stein DJ, Phillips KA, Bolton D, Fulford KW, Sadler JZ, Kendler KS. What is a mental/psychiatric disorder? From DSM-IV to DSM-V. Psychological Medicine 2010;40:1759-1765.

136. Stein DJ, Phillips KA, Bolton D, Fulford KW, Sadler JZ, Kendler KS. Response to the commentaries on “What is a mental/psychiatric disorder?” (Letter to the Editor) Psychological Medicine 2010;40:1931-1934.

137. Stein DJ, Craske MG, Friedman MJ, Phillips KA. Meta-structure issues for the DSM-5: How do anxiety disorders, obsessive-compulsive and related disorders, post-traumatic disorders, and dissociative disorders fit together? Current Psychiatry Reports 2011;13:248-250.

Eating Disorders

138. Attia E & Roberto CA. Should Amenorrhea be a Diagnostic Criterion for Anorexia Nervosa? International Journal of Eating Disorders, 2009; 42:581-589.

139. Peat C, Mitchell JE, Hoek H, & Wonderlich S. Validity and utility of sub-typing anorexia nervosa. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 2009; 42:590-594.

140. van Hoeken D, Veling W, Sinke S, Mitchell JE, & Hoek HW. The validity and utility of sub-typing bulimia nervosa. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 2009; 42:595-602.

141. Wilson GT & Sysko R. Frequency of binge eating episodes in bulimia nervosa and binge eating disorder: Diagnostic considerations. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 2009; 42:603-610.

142. Becker AE, Eddy KT, & Perloe A. Clarifying criteria for cognitive signs and symptoms for eating disorders in DSM-V. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 2009; 42:611-619.

143. Becker AE, Thomas JJ, & Pike K. Should non-fat-phobic Anorexia Nervosa be Included in DSM-V? International Journal of Eating Disorders, 2009; 42:620-635.

144. Wolfe BE, Wood Baker C, Smith AT, & Kelly-Weeder S. Validity and utility of the current definition of binge eating. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 2009; 42:674-686.

145. Wonderlich SA, Gordon KH, Mitchell JE, Crosby RD, & Engel SG. Validity and clinical utility of binge eating disorder. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 2009; 42:687-705.

146. Keel PK & Striegel-Moore RH. The validity and clinical utility of purging disorder. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 2009; 42:706-719.

147. Striegel-Moore RH, Franko DL, & Garcia J. The validity and clinical utility of night eating syndrome. Int7rnational Journal of Eating Disorders, 2009; 42:720-738.

148. Marcus MD & Wildes JE. Obesity: Is it a mental disorder? International Journal of Eating Disorders, 2009; 42:739-753.

149.  Walsh BT & Sysko R. Broad Categories for the Diagnosis of Eating Disorders (BCD-ED): An alternative system for classification. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 2009; 42:754-764.

Gender and Culture Study Group

150. Alarcon RD, Becker AE, Lewis-Fernandez R, Like RC, Desai P, Foulks E, Gonzales J, Hansen H, Kopelowicz A, Lu FG, Oquendo MA, Primm A, for the Cultural Psychiatry Committee of the Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry. Issues for DSM-V: The Role of Culture in Psychiatric Diagnosis. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 2009; 197:559-560.

Personality Disorders

151. Tackett JL, Balsis S, Oltmanns TF, & Krueger RF. A unifying perspective on personality pathology across the life span: Developmental considerations for the fifth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. Development and Psychopathology, 2009;21:687-713.

152. Kreuger RF & Eaton N. Personality Traits and the Classification of Mental Disorders: Toward a More Complete Integration in DSM-V and an Empirical Model of Psychopathology. Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment, 2010;1:97-118.

153. Skodol AE, Clark LE, Bender DS, Krueger RF, Livesley WJ, Morey LA, Verheul R, Alarcon RD, Bell C, Siever LJ, Oldham JM. Proposed Changes in Personality and Personality Disorder Assessment and Diagnosis for DSM-5. Part I: Description and Rationale. Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment, 2011;2:4-22.

154. Skodol AE, Bender DS, Oldham JM, Clark LE, Morey LA, Verheul R, Krueger RF, Siever LJ. Proposed Changes in Personality and Personality Disorder Assessment and Diagnosis for DSM-5: Part II: Clinical Application. Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment, 2011;2(1):23-40.

155. Krueger RF, Eaton NR, Clark LA, Watson D, Markon KE, Derringer J, Skodol A, Livesley WJ: Deriving an Empirical Structure of Personality Pathology for DSM-5. Journal of Personality Disorders; 2011;25:170-91.

156. Skodol AE, Bender DS, Morey LC, Clark LA, Oldham JM, Alarcon RA, Krueger RF, Verheul R, Bell CC, Siever LJ: Personality Disorder Types Proposed for DSM-5. Journal of Personality Disorders; 2011;25:136-69.

Psychotic Disorders

157. Carpenter WT & van Os J. Should Attenuated Psychosis Syndrome be a DSM-5 Diagnosis? American Journal of Psychiatry, 2011;168:460-463.

Substance Use Disorders

158. Borges G, Yu Y, Cherpitel C, Bond J, Cremonte M, Moskalewicz J, Swiatkiewicz G, & Rubio-Stipec M. The dimensionality of alcohol use disorders and alcohol consumption in a cross-national perspective. Addiction, 2010;105:240-254.

Sexual and Gender Identity Disorders

159. Zucker KJ. Reports from the DSM-5 Work Group on Sexual and Gender Identity Disorders. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2010; 39:217-220.

160. Blanchard R. The DSM Diagnostic Criteria for Pedophilia. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2010; 39:304-316.

161. Blanchard R. The DSM Diagnostic Criteria for Transvestic Fetishism. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2010; 39:363-372.

162. Kafka MP. The DSM Diagnostic Criteria for Fetishism. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2010; 39:357-362.

163. Quinsey VL. Coercive Paraphilic Disorder. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2010; 39:405-410.

164. Zucker KJ. The DSM Diagnostic Criteria for Gender Identity Disorder in Children. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2010; 39:477-498.

165. Cohen-Kettenis PT, Pfäfflin F. The DSM Diagnostic Criteria for Gender Identity Disorder in Adolescents and Adults. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2010; 39:499-513.

166. Meyer-Bahlburg HFL. From Mental Disorder to Iatrogenic Hypogonadism: Dilemmas in Conceptualizing Gender Identity Variants as Psychiatric Conditions. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2010; 39:461-476.

167. Kafka MP. Hypersexual Disorder: A Proposed Diagnosis for DSM-V. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2010; 39:377-400.

168. Långström N. The DSM Diagnostic Criteria for Exhibitionism, Voyeurism, and Frotteurism. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2010; 39:317-324.

169. Knight RA. Is a Diagnostic Category for Paraphilic Coercive Disorder Defensible? Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2010; 39:419-426.

170. Thornton D. Evidence Regarding the Need for a Diagnostic Category for a Coercive Paraphilia. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2010; 39:411-418.

171. Kafka MP. The DSM Diagnostic Criteria for Paraphilia Not Otherwise Specified. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2010; 39:373-376.

172. Brotto LA. The DSM Diagnostic Criteria for Sexual Aversion Disorder. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2010; 39:271-277.

173. Graham CA.  The DSM Diagnostic Criteria for Female Orgasmic Disorder. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2010; 39:256-270.

174. Graham CA. The DSM Diagnostic Criteria for Female Sexual Arousal Disorder. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2010; 39:240-255.

175. Binik YM. The DSM Diagnostic Criteria for Vaginismus. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2010; 39:278-291.

176. Brotto LA. The DSM Diagnostic Criteria for Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder in Women. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2010; 39:221-239.

177. Drescher J. Queer Diagnoses: Parallels and Contrasts in the History of Homosexuality, Gender Variance, and the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2010; 39:427-460.

178. Binik YM. The DSM Diagnostic Criteria for Dyspareunia. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2010; 39:292-303.

179. Krueger KB. The DSM Diagnostic Criteria for Sexual Sadism. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2010; 39:325-345.

180. Segraves RT. Considerations for Diagnostic Criteria for Erectile Dysfunction in DSM V. Journal of Sexual Medicine, 2010; 7:654-660.

181. Segraves RT. Considerations for an Evidence-Based Definition of Premature Ejaculation in DSM-V. Journal of Sexual Medicine, 2010; 7:672-679.

182. Segraves RT. Considerations for a Better Definition of Male Orgasmic Disorder in DSM V. Journal of Sexual Medicine, 2010; 7:690-695.

183. Brotto LA. The DSM Diagnostic Criteria for Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder in Men. Journal of Sexual Medicine, 2010;7:2015–2030.

184. Stern P. Paraphilic Coercive Disorder in the DSM: The Right Diagnosis for the Right Reasons. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2010; 39:1443-1447.

185. Krueger RB. The DSM Diagnostic Criteria for Sexual Masochism. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2010; 39:346-356.

186. Drescher, J. Transsexualism, Gender Identity Disorder and the DSM. J. Gay & Lesbian Mental Health, 2010; 14;109-122.

187. Kaplan MS, Krueger RB: Diagnosis, Assessment, and Treatment of Hypersexuality: Annual Review of Sex Research. Journal of Sex Research, 2010; 47:181-198.

188. Blanchard, R. The fertility of hebephiles and the adaptationist argument against including hebephilia in DSM-5 [Letter to the Editor]. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2010; 39:817–818.

189. Blanchard, R. The specificity of victim count as a diagnostic indicator of pedohebephilia [Letter to the Editor]. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2010; 39:1245–1252.

190. Blanchard, R. A brief history of field trials of the DSM diagnostic criteria for paraphilias [Letter to the Editor]. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2010. DOI: 10.1007/s10508-011-9765-x.

191. Vance SR, Cohen-Kettenis PT, Drescher J, Meyer-Bahlburg HFL, Pfafflin F, Zucker KJ. Opinions about the DSM gender identity disorder diagnosis: Results from an international survey administered to organizations concerned with the welfare of transgender people. International Journal of Transgenderism, 2010;12:1-14.

192. Walters G. D., Knight R. A, & Långström N. Is hypersexuality dimensional? Evidence for the DSM-5 from general population and clinical samples. Archives of Sexual Behavior. 2011, in press.

193. Kafka MP, Krueger RK. Response to Moser's critique of Hypersexual Disorder for DSM-5. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2011; 40:231-232.

194.  Kafka MP, Krueger RK. Response to Halpern's critique of Hypersexual Disorder. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2011; 40: DOI: 10.1007/s10508-10011-19753-10501.

195. Brotto LA, Graham CA, Binik YM, Segraves RT, Zucker KJ. Should Sexual Desire and Arousal Disorders in Women Be Merged? A Response to DeRogatis, Clayton, Rosen, Sand, and Pyke (2010). [Letter to the Editor]. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2011; DOI: 10.1007/s10508-010-9706-0.

196. Binik YM, Brotto LA, Graham CA, Segraves RT. Response of the DSM-V Sexual Dysfunctions Subworkgroup to Commentaries Published in JSM. [Letter to the Editor]. Journal of Sexual Medicine, 2011. DOI: 0.1111/j.1743-6109.2010.01899.

197. Meyer-Bahlburg HFL. Do some men who desire sex reassignment have a mental disorder? Response to Lawrence. [Letter to the Editor.] Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2011;40:651-4; author reply 655-7.

198. Meyer-Bahlburg HFL. Transsexualism ("Gender Identity Disorder") -  A CNS-limited form of intersexuality? Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, 2011; 707: DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4419-8002-1_17. 

199. Paap MC, Kreukels BP, Cohen-Kettenis PT, Richter-Appelt H, de Cuypere G, Haraldsen IR. Assessing the utility of diagnostic criteria: a multisite study on gender identity disorder. Journal of Sexual Medicine, 2011; 8:180-90.

200. Hucker SJ. Hypoxyphilia. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2011;40:1323-1326. 

201. Hames, R., & Blanchard, R. Anthropological data regarding the adaptiveness of hebephilia [Letter to the Editor]. Archives of Sexual Behavior 2012;41:745-747

202. Blanchard, R. Misdiagnoses of pedohebephilia using victim count: A reply to Wollert and Cramer (2011) [Letter to the Editor]. Archives of Sexual Behavior 2011;40,1081–1088.

 

 

Task Force Publications

203. Kupfer DJ, Regier DA, Kuhl EA. On the Road to DSM-V and ICD-11. European Archives of Clinical Psychiatry and Neuroscience, 2009; 258 (Supp 5):2-6.

204. Narrow WE, Kuhl EA, Regier DA. DSM-V perspectives on disentangling disability from clinical significance. World Psychiatry, 2009, 8:3-4.

205. Kupfer DJ, Kuhl EA, Regier DA. Progress in Diagnostic Classification: Consideration of Factors Related to Later Life Development. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 2009; 17:355-358.

2065. Regier DA, Narrow WE, Kuhl EA, Kupfer DJ. Conceptual Development of DSM-V. American Journal of Psychiatry, 166:6. Am J Psychiatry, 2009; 166:645-650.

207. Narrow WE. Diagnostic classification in the United States: The experience of DSM-IV and the development of DSM-V. Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences; in press.

208. Andrews G, Goldberg DP, Krueger RF, Carpenter Jr WT, Hyman SE, Sachdev P & Pine DS. Exploring the Feasibility of a Meta-Structure for DSM-V and ICD-11: Could It Improve Utility and Validity? Psychological Medicine, 2009; 39: 1993-2000.

209. Sachdev P, Andrews G, Hobbs MJ, Sunderland M & Anderson TM. Neurocognitive Disorders: Cluster 1 of the Proposed Meta-Structure for DSM-V and ICD-11. Psychological Medicine, 2009; 39: 2001-2012.

210.  Andrews G, Pine DS, Hobbs MJ, Anderson TM & Sunderland M. Neurodevelopmental Disorders: Cluster 2 of the Proposed Meta-Structure for DSM- V and ICD-11. Psychological Medicine, 2009; 39: 2013-2023.

211. Carpenter Jr WT, Bustillo JR, Thaker GK, van Os J, Krueger RF & Green MJ. Psychoses: Cluster 3 of the Proposed Meta-Structure for DSM-V and ICD-11. Psychological Medicine, 2009; 39: 2025-2042.

212. Goldberg DP, Krueger RF, Andrews G & Hobbs MJ. Emotional Disorders: Cluster 4 of the Proposed Meta-Structure for DSM-V and ICD-11. Psychological Medicine, 2009; 39: 2043-2059.

213. Krueger RF & South SC. Externalizing Disorders: Cluster 5 of the Proposed Meta-Structure for DSM-V and ICD-11. Psychological Medicine, 2009; 39: 2061-2070.

214. Goldberg DP, Andrews G & Hobbs MJ. Where Should Bipolar Appear in the Meta-Structure? Psychological Medicine, 2009; 39: 2071-2081.

215. Wittchen H-U, Beesdo K, Gloster AT. A new meta-structure of mental disorders: a helpful step into the future or a harmful step back into the past? Psychological Medicine, 2009; 39:2083-2089.

216. Wittchen H-U, Beesdo-Baum K, Gloster AT, Höfler M, Klotsche J, Lieb R, Beauducel A, Bühner M, Kessler RC. The structure of mental disorders re-examined: Is it developmentally stable and robust against additions? International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research, 2009: 18:189-203.

217. Kupfer DJ, Kuhl EA, Narrow WE, Regier DA. On the Road to DSM-5. Cerebrum. October 13, 2009. Available online at: http://www.dana.org/news/cerebrum/detail.aspx?id=23560.

218. Kupfer DJ, Regier DA. Why all of medicine should care about DSM-5. Journal of the American Medical Association, 2010; 303:1974-1975. 

219. Kraemer HC, Kupfer DJ, Narrow WE, Clarke DE, Regier DA. Moving Toward DSM-5: The Field Trials. American Journal of Psychiatry, 2010; 167:1158-1159.

220. Regier DA, Kuhl EA, Kupfer DJ, McNulty JP. Patient involvement in the development of DSM-5: Commentary on "The need for patient-subjective data in the DSM and the ICD." Psychiatry 2010;73:308-310.

221. Kupfer DJ & Regier DA. Neuroscience, Clinical Evidence, and the Future of Psychiatric Classification in DSM-5. American Journal of Psychiatry, 2011; 168:172-174.

222.Kuhl EA, Kupfer DJ, Regier DA. Patient-centered revisions to the DSM-5. Virtual Mentor, 2011; 13: 873-879.

223. Narrow WE & Kuhl EA. Dimensional Approaches to Psychiatric Diagnosis in DSM-5. Journal of Mental Health Policy and Economics, 2011;14:197-200.

224. Kraemer HC, Kupfer DJ, Clarke DE, Narrow WE, Regier DA. DSM-5: How Reliable is Reliable Enough? American Journal of Psychiatry, 2012; 169:13-15.

225. Kupfer DJ, Kuhl EA, Regier DA. DSM-5--the future arrived. JAMA. 2013 Apr 24;309(16):1691-2.

226. Mościcki EK, Clarke DE, Kuramoto SJ, Kraemer HC, Narrow WE, Kupfer DJ, Regier DA. Testing DSM-5 in Routine Clinical Practice Settings: Feasibility and Clinical Utility. Psychiatr Serv. 2013 Oct 1;64(10):952-60.

227. Regier DA, Kuhl EA, Kupfer DJ. The DSM-5: Classification and criteria changes. World Psychiatry. 2013 Jun;12(2):92-8.

228. Narrow WE, Regier DA. Axis V: Essential Supplement to the DSM-5: In Reply. Psychiatr Serv. 2013 Oct 1;64(10):1066-7.

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