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Klassifikation und Erfassung

  • D. v. Zerssen
  • W. Mombour
  • H.-U. Wittchen
  • E. Zerbin-Rüdin
  • H.-J. Möller
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Zusammenfassung

„Affektive Störung“ ist ein aus dem angelsächsischen („affective disorder“) stammender Begriff, der sich im deutschsprachigen Schrifttum zwar noch nicht eingebürgert hat, aber wegen seiner weiten Verbreitung in der angelsächsischen Psychiatrie voraussichtlich auch in unsere Terminologie eingehen wird. Es erscheint deshalb an der Zeit, diesen Begriff und seine Einteilung in Unterbegriffe eindeutig zu bestimmen, um Mißverständnissen bei seiner Einführung vorzubeugen.

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  • D. v. Zerssen
  • W. Mombour
  • H.-U. Wittchen
  • E. Zerbin-Rüdin
  • H.-J. Möller

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