By Holly Lebowitz Rossi

The Asperger's changes are not the only ones that will appear in the new edition of the DSM, which will be published in May. Another major change is the addition of the diagnosis of DMDD, or disruptive mood dysregulation disorder, which will be given to children who have severe and recurrent temper tantrums.

The new edition is the 5th for the DSM.  The last edition was published in 1994.

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