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When did eating disorders enter the DSM?

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The DSM IV Diagnostic manual was first published in 1994. The DSM IV - TR is a text revision published in 2000. So the most current edition is indeed the DSM IV - TR. The DSM V is due in 2012 and may be very different from the current style. See http://www.psych.org/mainmenu/research/dsmiv/dsmivtr.aspx for more info.


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Why was the diagnosis of homosexuality removed from the DSM?

Because DSM is for diagnosing mental diseases and homosexuality is not a mental disease.