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Verbreitung und Verlauf

  • H. Dilling
  • J. Karschny
  • S. Weyerer
  • M. M. Fichter
  • J. Rehm
  • W. Witzke
  • I. Meller
  • K. Leibl
  • T. Eiberger
  • H. Hippius
  • J. Angst
  • H.-U. Wittchen
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Zusammenfassung

Die Einführung des DSM-III (American Psychiatric Association 1980) und die bevorstehende 10. Revision der International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10; World Health Organization 1987) vollziehen einen nosologischen Wandel der Klassifikation psychiatrischer Phänomene. Dieser Entwicklung folgend präsentieren wir die Ergebnisse unserer psychiatrisch-epidemiologischen Felduntersuchung in Oberbayern bezogen auf den Bereich affektiver Störungen — depressive und Angsterkrankungen —, nachdem unsere Resultate bereits früher insgesamt, bezogen auf die Diagnostik nach ICD-8 (Degkwitz et al. 1973), dargestellt sind (Dilling et al. 1984).

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Authors and Affiliations

  • H. Dilling
  • J. Karschny
  • S. Weyerer
  • M. M. Fichter
  • J. Rehm
  • W. Witzke
  • I. Meller
  • K. Leibl
  • T. Eiberger
  • H. Hippius
  • J. Angst
  • H.-U. Wittchen

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