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Although adult males were more likely than adult females to select underage females for victims, adult females were more likely than adult males to select underage males for victims of both disguisable and obvious child sexual abuse in both data from perpetrators and data from victims.
DSM-5 criteria demonstrated excellent overall specificity and good sensitivity relative to DSM-IV criteria.
This study was designed to address limitations of prior studies by prospectively examining the concordance of DSM-IV and final DSM-5 criteria on a consecutive sample of 439 children referred for autism diagnostic evaluations. Concordance and discordance were assessed using a consistent diagnostic battery. DSM-5 criteria demonstrated excellent overall specificity and good sensitivity relative to DSM-IV criteria.