Eating and Feeding Disorder in the First Five Years of Life: Revising the Dc:0-3r Diagnostic Classification of Mental Health and Developmental Disorders of Infancy and Early Childhood and Rational for the New DC:0-5 Proposed Critera
This article by Miri Keren addresses the process that the Diagnostic Classification Task Force in developing DC:0-5 undertook in reviewing major studies and reviews published in the last decade and reports and input from clinicians’ surveys in articulating eating disorders in DC:0-5.
The main change was in the naming of the category from Feeding Disorders to Eating Disorders. Another key change was the inclusion of a new disorder, Overeating Disorder. Two illustrative cases are described in the article and the proposed changes in this category are intended to encourage both clinicians and researchers to study these disorders in young children.
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In this article, Charles H. Zeanah and Alicia Lieberman address the relational focus of DC:0-5, especially through Axis II: Relational Context whereby DC:0-5 examines not only the key dyadic relation…
The Diagnostic Classification Revision Task Force is updating and revising the DC:0-3R—a 3-year process that began in March 2013. The updated manual, titled DC:0-5™, is now available.
A commentary by Robert N. Emde (Chair of DC:0-3R Task Force) reviewing the articles which focused on DC:0-5 in the Infant Mental Health Journal Vol. 37(5) September- October 2016 and commenting on ma…