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Late luteal phase dysphoric disorder and DSM-III-R
Am J Psychiatry 1989;146:892-897.
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Text and diagnostic criteria for a new category, late luteal phase dysphoric disorder, appear in appendix A of DSM-III-R: "Proposed Diagnostic Categories Needing Further Study." The inclusion of this category in the manual was perhaps the most controversial aspect of the revision of DSM-III. In this paper the authors describe the work of the advisory committee that first proposed the category, the rationale for the category's inclusion in the manual, and the many issues that were the focus of heated debates.

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