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Dr. Migalski Discusses Revisions to Diagnostic Manual That May Impact
 Patient Diagnoses 02.02.12
Dr. Migalski Discusses Revisions to Diagnostic Manual That May Impact
Patient Diagnoses
02.02.12

How will new definitions affect those diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome and other disorders, when the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders V is revised for release in 2013? It will be clinical psychologists' job to educate the public on the impact when it happens, says Steven Migalski. Psy.D., Adler School core faculty member  in clinical psychology. In this interview, Dr. Migalski, a licensed clinical psychologist for 12 years with expertise in psychological assessment and severe psychopathology, discusses the debate over proposed changes to the definition of autistic spectrum disorders.

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