Jerome C Wakefield
Jerome C Wakefield
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The loss of sadness: How psychiatry transformed normal sorrow into depressive disorder
AV Horwitz, JC Wakefield
Oxford University Press, 2007
18682007
The concept of mental disorder: on the boundary between biological facts and social values.
JC Wakefield
American Psychologist 47 (3), 373, 1992
16051992
Adaptations, exaptations, and spandrels.
DM Buss, MG Haselton, TK Shackelford, AL Bleske, JC Wakefield
American psychologist 53 (5), 533, 1998
9611998
Disorder as harmful dysfunction: a conceptual critique of DSM-III-R's definition of mental disorder.
JC Wakefield
Psychological review 99 (2), 232, 1992
8331992
Evolutionary versus prototype analyses of the concept of disorder.
JC Wakefield
Journal of abnormal psychology 108 (3), 374, 1999
4881999
Saving PTSD from itself in DSM-V
RL Spitzer, MB First, JC Wakefield
Journal of anxiety disorders 21 (2), 233-241, 2007
4582007
DSM-IV diagnostic criterion for clinical significance: does it help solve the false positives problem?
RL Spitzer, JC Wakefield
American Journal of Psychiatry 156 (12), 1856-1864, 1999
4151999
The concept of mental disorder: diagnostic implications of the harmful dysfunction analysis
JC Wakefield
World Psychiatry 6 (3), 149, 2007
3172007
The new black: Mourning, melancholia and depression
D Leader
Penguin UK, 2008
3152008
Extending the bereavement exclusion for major depression to other losses: evidence from the National Comorbidity Survey
JC Wakefield, MF Schmitz, MB First, AV Horwitz
Archives of general psychiatry 64 (4), 433-440, 2007
3122007
Diagnosing DSM-IV—Part I: DSM-IV and the concept of disorder
JC Wakefield
Behaviour research and therapy 35 (7), 633-649, 1997
2181997
Does social work need the eco-systems perspective? Part 1. Is the perspective clinically useful?
JC Wakefield
Social Service Review 70 (1), 1-32, 1996
2171996
Psychotherapy, distributive justice, and social work: Part 1: Distributive justice as a conceptual framework for social work
JC Wakefield
Social Service Review 62 (2), 187-210, 1988
2131988
All we have to fear: Psychiatry's transformation of natural anxieties into mental disorders
AV Horwitz, JC Wakefield
Oxford University Press, 2012
1772012
Validity of the bereavement exclusion to major depression: does the empirical evidence support the proposal to eliminate the exclusion in DSM-5?
JC Wakefield, MB First
World Psychiatry 11 (1), 3-10, 2012
1732012
Mental Disorder as a Black Box Essentialist Concept
JC Wakefield
Journal of Abnormal Psychology 108 (3), 465-472, 1999
1731999
Limits of operationalization: A critique of Spitzer and Endicott's (1978) proposed operational criteria for mental disorder.
JC Wakefield
American Psychological Association 102 (1), 160, 1993
1361993
Should the DSM-IV diagnostic criteria for conduct disorder consider social context?
JC Wakefield, KJ Pottick, SA Kirk
American Journal of Psychiatry 159 (3), 380-386, 2002
1352002
Clarifying the distinction between disorder and nondisorder: Confronting the overdiagnosis (False-positives) problem in DSM-V.
JC Wakefield, MB First
American Psychiatric Association, 2003
1222003
DSM-5: An overview of changes and controversies
JC Wakefield
Clinical Social Work Journal 41 (2), 139-154, 2013
1112013
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