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Journal Articles
 

Also known as "Academic Articles," "Scholarly Articles," or "Peer-Reviewed Articles"

Why You Should Use Themphotograph of scholarly journals

  • Current - Journal articles typically contain current research on a subject because of their frequent publication cycle
  • Written by Scholars - written and reviewed by subject area scholars and provide new research, analysis, or information about a specific topic
  • Peer-Reviewed - means the article is approved by other subject area experts before publication
  • Focused - Academic articles are usually is focused on a narrow subject or research question

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  • Are written on a broader, general subject
  • May contain a collection of related chapters by different authors
  • Contain less recent information

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DSM-5

The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) is the authoritative guide to the diagnosis and classification of mental disorders.

Features of the DSM-5:

  • Contains descriptions, symptoms, and other criteria for diagnosing mental disorders
  • Provides a common language for clinicians to communicate about their patients
  • Provides a common language for researchers to provide future potential revisions and to develop medications and other interventions.

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