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Iam currently preparing for behavioural sceince and I Wonder if changes to the new DSM 5 criteria would be implemented in the near future ( my exam is in one month ) .How can I prepare for these changes ?
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my exam in in one month as well
it doesnt hurt to have a general knowledge about the changes
take a look at this, hope it helps
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