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List of diagnostic classification and rating scales used in psychiatry

The following diagnostic systems and rating scales are used in psychiatry and clinical psychology.

Diagnostic classification

Diagnostic criteria

Interview instruments using the above criteria

Rating scales

ADHD

For further information see ADHD

Autism spectrum

For further information see Autism Spectrum

Anxiety

For further information see Anxiety disorders

Dementia and cognitive impairment

For more further information see Dementia

Dissociation

For further information see Dissociation (psychology)

Depression

For further information see Rating scales for depression

Eating disorders

For further information see Eating disorders

Mania and bipolar disorder

For more further information see Mania and Bipolar Disorder

Personality and personality disorders

For more further information see Personality and Personality Disorder

Schizophrenia and psychosis

For further information see Schizophrenia, Psychosis

Other

Global scales

See also

References

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