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What is the real cause of women’s suffering, according to Caplan? Excerpted from “Talking Feminist,” by Paula J. Caplan, On the Issues, Winter 1997. Reprinted with the permission of Paula J. Caplan. 55 Mental Illness Frontmatter 3/1/04 8:45 AM Page 56 W hen sociologist Margrit Eichler and I first composed our made-up mental disorder, “Delusional Dominating Personality Disorder (DDPD),” to classify traditionally sexist men’s behavior as a mental illness, it was a consciousness-raising and educational exercise.
A quiz you’ll never see in Cosmo and Redbook Men who meet at least six of the following criteria may have Delusional Dominating Personality Disorder! Warning: DDPD is pervasive, profound, and a maladaptive organization of the entire personality! ) 1. Is he . . • unable to establish and maintain meaningful interpersonal relationships? • unable to identify and express a range of feelings in himself (typically accompanied by an inability to identify accurately the feelings of other people)? • unable to respond appropriately and empathically to the feelings and needs of close associates and intimates (often leading to the misinterpretation of signals from others)?
It has been translated into Chinese, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Norwegian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish and Ukrainian. In light of this widening currency, it is vital that the DSM undergo periodic updates so that it reflects the latest research findings and clinical practices. How the DSM-IV Was Created In managing the process that yielded DSM-IV, the APA tried to continue the pattern laid down by the preceding volumes, providing clear descriptions of diagnostic categories in order to enable clinicians and investigators to diagnose, communicate about, study and treat the various mental disorders.