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Facing Autism Symptoms in New Brunswick: Professional and Scholarly Concern About the Science Behind the DSM5

Although Frank Farley makes his comments about the DSM5 and the state of academic psychology in a CBS interview  in an understated, diplomatic manner the comments should give reason to pause for anyone interested in autism and other psychology issues given his former status as American Psychological Association  president: “Frank Farley, a Temple University psychologist and former president of the American Psychological Association, agreed that a significant number of professionals and scholars were skeptical about the science that went into the DSM-5. Looking to 2013, an international movement has arisen toward re-conceptualizing diagnosis from the ground up, and I . . . → Read More: Facing Autism Symptoms in New Brunswick: Professional and Scholarly Concern About the Science Behind the DSM5