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Tijdschrift voor Psychiatrie 56 (2014) 3

Editorial

T.A.M.J. van Amelsvoort, F. Van Den Eede, K. Goethals, H.J.C. van Marle, A.T.F. Beekman

DSM-5; a positive sound, 150 - 151

Short report

T.A.M.J. van Amelsvoort, F. Van Den Eede, K. Goethals, H.J.C. van Marle, A.T.F. Beekman

Structural changes in DSM-5: the beginning of a transformation?, 152 - 156

Short report

M.W. Hengeveld

The DSM: background and translation, 157 - 161

Short report

J. Zinkstok, J. Buitelaar

DSM-5: neurodevelopmental disorders, 162 - 166

Short report

N. Tan, J. van Os

The schizophrenia spectrum and other psychotic disorders in the DSM-5, 167 - 172

Short report

J. Spijker, S. Claes

Mood disorders in the DSM-5, 173 - 176

Short report

A.J.L.M. van Balkom, L. Gabriëls, O.A. van den Heuvel

Anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder and trauma in the DSM-5, 177 - 181

Short report

C.M. van der Feltz-Cornelis, B. van Houdenhove

DSM-5: from ‘somatoform disorders’ to ‘somatic symptom and related disorders’, 182 - 186

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H.W. Hoek, A.A. van Elburg

Feeding and eating disorders in the DSM-5, 187 - 191

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A.L. van Bemmel, G.A. Kerkhof

Sleep-wake disorders and DSM-5, 192 - 195

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K. Goethals, P. Cosyns

Sexual disorders in the DSM-5, 196 - 200

Short report

H.J.C. van Marle

Impulse-control disorders and behavioural and personality disorders in DSM-5: no more age-limits or rigid category boundaries, 201 - 205

Short report

W. van den Brink

Addictive behaviours from DSM-IV to DSM-5, 206 - 210

Short report

L. Van Assche, P. Persoons, M. Vandenbulcke

Neurocognitive disorders in DSM-5: a critical review, 211 - 216

Short report

A.T.F. Beekman, R.A. Schoevers

Are psychiatric patients likely to benefit from DSM-5?, 217 - 221