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The authors of the paper were John Feighner, Eli Robins, Samuel Guze, Robert Woodruff, George Winokur, and Rodrigo Munoz. At the time the article was written, all of the authors were at Washington University in St. Louis. The importance of the Feighner et al. paper stems from the following facts: it led to the formulation of the explicit diagnostic criteria in the DSM-III; it attracted an exceptionally large number of citations; and it demonstrated the growth of power of the neo-Kraepelinian movement.
Freedman, H. I. Kaplan, &. B. J. ). Baltimore: Williams &. Wilkins, 1975. 24 CHAPTER 1 Spitzer was the chairman of the task force that created the DSM-lli. This chapter is the clearest and the best written presentation of his orientation to classification. As such, the chapter represents an exposition of a school of thought, with which Spitzer is associated, called the neo-Kraepelinian perspective. The members of the neo-Kraepelinian school are researchers who adopt an empirical approach to the study of mental disorders, who emphasize the importance of classification, who eschew the psychoanalytic approach to psychiatry, and who generally believe in genetic and/or biochemical theories of the etiology of most mental disorders.
Both had published works in the late seventeenth century explaining the principles of calculus. The book by Leibniz was actually published earlier than the publication by Newton. Newton, when starting his studies to develop calculus, had sent a letter to Europe explaining some of his ideas. Newton claimed that Leibniz had plagiarized his ideas, even though no contemporary evidence exists that shows that Leibniz had ever seen Newton's letter. In 1710, at Newton's request, the Royal Society of London decided to form an impartial panel to adjudicate any dif- 42 CHAPTER 2 ferences between these two prominent scientists.
The Classification of Psychopathology: Neo-Kraepelinian and Quantitative Approaches by R.K Blashfield