The SCID–D Revised Interview is the first diagnostic interview specific to the assessment of DSM-IV™ dissociative disorders and acute stress disorder.
The SCID–D Revised Interview documents posttraumatic dissociative symptoms for psychological reports and medical records; makes DSM-IV™ diagnoses of dissociative amnesia, depersonalization disorder, dissociative disorder not otherwise specified, acute stress disorder, and dissociative trance disorder; and has been field-tested by rigorous NIMH standards.
The Interviewer’s Guide describes the phenomenology of dissociative symptoms and disorders and the process of differential diagnosis. Back to the top
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- Posttraumatic Dissociative Symptoms
- Dissociative Amnesia
- Depersonalization Disorder
- Acute Stress Disorder
- Dissociative Trance Disorder