Controversies and clarifications in the classification of disorders of intellectual development, new genetic findings, epilepsy, bullying, and innovative developmental neuropsychiatric treatments (deep-brain stimulation, electroconvulsive therapy, and oxytocin)

Controversies and clarifications in the classification of disorders of intellectual development,... EDITORIAL URRENT Controversies and clarifications in the classification PINION of disorders of intellectual development, new genetic findings, epilepsy, bullying, and innovative developmental neuropsychiatric treatments (deep-brain stimulation, electroconvulsive therapy, and oxytocin) James C. Harris The current issue begins with a historical review of an intellectual disability’ when referring to affected efforts to reach consensus on the classification of children. disorders of intellectual development by the chair- The revised Diagnostic and Statistic Manual of man and members of the International Classifica- Mental Disorders, 5th ed. (DSM-5) and ICD-11 clas- tion of Diseases 11th revision (ICD-11) Work Group sifications of mental retardation have sparked an [1]. A companion article examines the value of using academic debate about the new nomenclature [1]. neurocognitive profiles in ICD-11 diagnostic assess- How has the classification changed historically over ments [2]. The concept of the broader behavioral the years? Is it best described as a health condition phenotype is introduced and examined in Lesch– (disorder) or as a disability? Luis Salvador-Carulla, Nyhan syndrome (LNS) and its variants [3]. How Chair of the WHO Working Group on Mental Retar- whole exome sequencing is redefining our under- dation (WG-MR) (2009–2011) and his coauthors, standing of the phenotype/genotype relationship is http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Current Opinion in Psychiatry Wolters Kluwer Health

Controversies and clarifications in the classification of disorders of intellectual development, new genetic findings, epilepsy, bullying, and innovative developmental neuropsychiatric treatments (deep-brain stimulation, electroconvulsive therapy, and oxytocin)

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EDITORIAL URRENT Controversies and clarifications in the classification PINION of disorders of intellectual development, new genetic findings, epilepsy, bullying, and innovative developmental neuropsychiatric treatments (deep-brain stimulation, electroconvulsive therapy, and oxytocin) James C. Harris The current issue begins with a historical review of an intellectual disability’ when referring to affected efforts to reach consensus on the classification of children. disorders of intellectual development by the chair- The revised Diagnostic and Statistic Manual of man and members of the International Classifica- Mental Disorders, 5th ed. (DSM-5) and ICD-11 clas- tion of Diseases 11th revision (ICD-11) Work Group sifications of mental retardation have sparked an [1]. A companion article examines the value of using academic debate about the new nomenclature [1]. neurocognitive profiles in ICD-11 diagnostic assess- How has the classification changed historically over ments [2]. The concept of the broader behavioral the years? Is it best described as a health condition phenotype is introduced and examined in Lesch– (disorder) or as a disability? Luis Salvador-Carulla, Nyhan syndrome (LNS) and its variants [3]. How Chair of the WHO Working Group on Mental Retar- whole exome sequencing is redefining our under- dation (WG-MR) (2009–2011) and his coauthors, standing of the phenotype/genotype relationship is

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Current Opinion in PsychiatryWolters Kluwer Health

Published: Mar 1, 2018

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