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1. What are the new core chapters of ICD-11?
2. Regarding the ICD-11 classification of mental, behavioral, or neurodevelopmental
disorders what are the ICD-11 changes?
3. What is an innovation in the ICD-11 Clinical Descriptions and Diagnostic Guidelines, CDDG?
4. What disorders were added to the ICD-11 mental, behavioral and neurodevelopmental disorders
5. Imagery and rumination are related processes. How are they dissimilar?
6. The ICD-11 introduced two “sibling disorders”: non-complex and complex. As a result, the diagnosis now includes what core elements?

A. A new chapter structure, new diagnostic categories, changes in diagnostic criteria, and steps towards dimensionality.
Diseases of the immune system, Sleep-wake disorders, and Conditions related to sexual health. New supplementary chapters and sections permit the assessment of functioning, and the optional recording of traditional medicine diagnoses.
C. Catatonia, Bipolar type II disorder, Body dysmorphic diorder, Olfactory reference disorder, Hoarding disorder, Excoriation disorder, Complex post-traumatic stress disorder, Prolonged grief disorder, Prolonged grief disorder, Avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder, Body integrity dysphoria, Gaming disorder, Compulsive sexual behaviour disorder, Intermittent explosive disorder, Premenstrual dysphoric disorder.
D. While the lists of essential features in the guidelines superficially resemble diagnostic criteria, arbitrary cutoffs and precise requirements related to symptom counts and duration are generally avoided, unless these have been empirically established across countries and cultures or there is another compelling reason to include them.
E. 1) re-experiencing the traumatic event, as evidenced by intrusive memories, flashbacks, and/or nightmares; 2) avoidance of traumatic reminders, as evidenced by the avoidance of internal and/or external stimuli; and 3) a persistent sense of threat, evidenced by hypervigilance and increased startle.
F. In phenomenal characteristics, such as their duration, sensory experiences, and emotional correlates. The interpretation of this criterion will therefore have repercussions for what we regard as PGD.

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