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Are these the only DSM -V changes ???

- Schizophrenia no longer has subtyes.

- Pervasive Developmental Disorders: Rett Sd. and Autism (Aspergerís & Childhood Disintegrative Disorder are incorporated here)

- ADHD onset age is 12 years old (no longer 7)

- Body Dismorphic Disorder is part of OCD & Related disorders

- Somatoform Disorders are now called Somatic Symptoms & Related disorders and only include: Conversion Disorder, Somatic Symptoms Disorder & Illness Anxiety Disorder (former hypochondriasis)

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mental retardation is now ...intellectual disability
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