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Alphabetical Index of Decision Trees

DOI: 10.1176/appi.books.9781585629992.928211
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  • Aggressive behavior (2.23)

  • Anxiety (2.13)

  • Appetite changes or unusual eating behavior (2.18)

  • Avoidance behavior (2.15)

  • Behavioral problems in a child or adolescent (2.2)

  • Catatonic symptoms (2.7)

  • Cognitive impairment (2.28)

  • Delusions (2.5)

  • Depressed mood (2.10)

  • Distractibility (2.4)

  • Eating behavior, unusual, or appetite changes (2.18)

  • Elevated or expansive mood (2.8)

  • Etiological medical conditions (2.29)

  • Excessive substance use (2.26)

  • Hallucinations (2.6)

  • Hypersomnolence (2.20)

  • Impulsivity or impulse-control problems (2.24)

  • Insomnia (2.19)

  • Irritable mood (2.9)

  • Medical conditions, etiological (2.29)

  • Memory loss (2.27)

  • Panic attacks (2.14)

  • Poor school performance (2.1)

  • Psychomotor retardation (2.12)

  • School performance, poor (2.1)

  • Self-injury or self-mutilation (2.25)

  • Sexual dysfunction in a female (2.21)

  • Sexual dysfunction in a male (2.22)

  • Somatic complaints or illness/appearance anxiety (2.17)

  • Speech disturbance (2.3)

  • Substance use, excessive (2.26)

  • Suicidal ideation or behavior (2.11)

  • Trauma or psychosocial stressors involved in the etiology (2.16)

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