"We resigned from the DSM-5 Personality and Personality Disorder Work Group in April 2012 with a mixture of sadness and regret.
We believed that the construction of DSM-5 afforded an important opportunity to advance the study of personality disorder by developing an evidence-based classification with greater clinical utility than DSM-IV.
Regrettably, the Work Group has been unable to capitalize on the opportunity and has advanced a proposal that is seriously flawed.
It has also demonstrated an inability to respond to constructive feedback both from within the Work Group and from the many experts in the field who have communicated their concerns directly and indirectly.
We also regret the need to resign because we were the only International members of the Work Group which is now without representation from outside the US."
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