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In 2010, scientists dissatisfied with DSM’s often fuzzy, symptom-based definitions of mental disorders rebelled and tried to define mental conditions based on brain and behavioral measures.
PSYCHOLOGY HAS STRUGGLED FOR A CENTURY TO MAKE SENSE OF THE MINDBRUCE BOWERAUGUST 11, 2021SCIENCE NEWS
They always embarrass those who give them, and dissatisfy those who receive them.
REFLECTIONSFRANCOIS DUC DE LA ROCHEFOUCAULD
To an Arab Sheik, loudest in importunity, he said: "What has happened since yesterday to dissatisfy thee with life?"
THE PRINCE OF INDIA, VOLUME IILEW. WALLACE
Peter, very soon after our engagement you began to dissatisfy me because I realized that I should never satisfy you.
THE DULL MISS ARCHINARDANNE DOUGLAS SEDGWICK
Mr. Pope had reason to be dissatisfy'd with the O in the second Line, and to reject it; for Homer has nothing of it.
LETTERS CONCERNING POETICAL TRANSLATIONSWILLIAM BENSON
The alarming way that each one did not throw away what was taken away did not dissatisfy every one.
MATISSE PICASSO AND GERTRUDE STEINGERTRUDE STEIN
This might satisfy some of the States, but he was sure it would dissatisfy others.
ABRIDGMENT OF THE DEBATES OF CONGRESS, FROM 1789 TO 1856, VOL. II (OF 16)THOMAS HART BENTON
I hope I've done nothing to dissatisfy any of the tenants, least of all you, sir.
THE WORKS OF RUDYARD KIPLING: ONE VOLUME EDITIONRUDYARD KIPLING
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