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Dxic criteria for Somatization DO (3)
Begin prior to age 30;
Persist for several years;
4 pain sxs,
2 GI sxs,
1 sexual sx,
1 pseudoneurological sx
Dxic criteria for Undifferentiated Somatoform DO
1 or more physical complaints;
Lasted at least 6 mths
Dxic criteria for Dissociative Identity DO
2 or more distinct identities or persy states;
At least 2 of them take full control of person's beh in sequence
Dxic criteria for Depersonalization DO
1 or more episodes
In children, the onset of Gender Identity DO is usually at what age?
Between 2 and 4
What % of children continue to meet full criteria for Gender Identity DO in adolescence or adulthood?
Small percentage
What % of males who had a childhood onset of Gender Identity DO report homosexual or bisexual orientation?
75%
In anorexia nervosa, body weight is usually ___% or less of what is expected for indiv's age and height.
85%
What % of anorectics are female?
Over 90%
When is the onset of Anorexia usually?
Mid- to late-adolescence, and sometimes associated with stressful life event.
Binge eating and compensatory behavior in Bulimia Nervosa must occur how often?
On average twice a week for 3 months.
What % of bulimics are female?
Over 90%
When is the onset of Bulimia usually?
Late adolescence or early adulthood, and often during/after period of dieting.
Etiology of bulimia and anorexia (2)
Low levels of endogenous opioid beta-endorphin;
Low levels of serotonin and NE.
Dxic criteria for Adjustment DOs (3)
Reaction to 1 or more identifiable psychosocial stressor;
Onset within 3 mths;
Symptoms remit within 6 mths after termination of stressor unless chronic or enduring.
Can you diagnose someone with Persy DO under age of 18?
Yes, if features present at least 1 year (except Antisocial PD)
Dxic criteria for Paranoid PD
4 characteristic sxs
Dxic criteria for Schizoid PD
4 characteristic sxs
Dxic criteria for Schizotypal PD
5 characteristic sxs
Dxic criteria for Antisocial PD (3)
At least 18 years of age;
Hx of Conduct DO before age 15;
3 sxs since age 15
Dxic criteria for Borderline PD
5 characteristic sxs
Dxic criteria for Histrionic PD
5 characteristic sxs
Dxic criteria for Narcissistic PD
5 characteristic sxs
Dxic criteria for Avoidant PD
4 characteristic sxs
Dxic criteria for Dependent PD
5 characteristic sxs
Dxic criteria for Obsessive-Compulsive PD
4 characteristic sxs