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Impulse Control Disorders
J Clin Psychiatry 2012;73(2):255-256 [book review]
Copyright 2012 Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc.
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From our regular book review column.
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Impulse Control Disorders is a valuable guide to the DSM-IV category of impulse-control disorders not elsewhere classified. The book is divided into 4 sections: Acquisitive Impulses, Pellicular Impulses, Information-Seeking Impulses, and Sexual and Aggressive Impulses. What makes this volume so interesting is the attention placed not just on the disorders themselves, but also on the social, cultural, and legal ramifications specific to each.