PSA (Psychological Symptoms Analyzer)

PSA (Psychological Symptoms Analyzer)

By mysteryfiles.nl

  • Category: Medical
  • Release Date: 2013-09-30
  • Current Version: 1.3
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 8.86 MB
  • Developer: mysteryfiles.nl
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 3.5
3.5
From 9 Ratings

Description

PSA is an application that helps you diagnose a mental disorder in a new way. You simply have to select the symptoms that are present by dragging them to the selection field. When you're done start the Analyzer process. This will give you some posible mental disorder diagnoses. Tap on them to see the specific criteria requirements for a proper diagnose (based on ICD, DSM). As a quick refence usage of the app, you can tap the library button and search for a mental disorder directly. Tap on the mental disorder to see the specific criteria requirements. Or read more about the disorder by pressing the wiki button.

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Reviews

  • Glitchy

    2
    By Cold Jedi
    Not as well organized as it could have been. Only allows 4 symptoms to be analyzed. Very glitchy to add or remove symptoms. Lacking diagnostic codes
  • 4.5 stars

    5
    By Somuchaesomeinone
    Not the dsm 5, but pretty good if you ask me.
  • Pretty good

    4
    By chuckisgreat
    I find the app helpful for exploring psychological diagnoses and symptoms and I expect to use this app frequently myself and I will likely refer my supervisees and students to this app. Would be nice to be able to expand or collapse symptoms by category, letter groups, etc. I'd also love to see checkboxes next to symptoms that the user could tap to check/uncheck so as to keep track of observed/not observed symptoms for a particular diagnosis. Checkboxes at the diagnosis level could also be helpful. Another helpful feature could be "user-defined" diagnoses or categories that the user could set up to include symptoms from existing diagnoses and/or symptoms that the user could add him/herself. The addition of the WHODAS 2.0 disability rating scale would be helpful too (i.e., the WHODAS [World Health Organization Disability Assessment Schedule] in the DSM-5 has replaced the GAF [Global Assessment of Functioning] that was used in DSM-IV).
  • User Friendly Without Sacrificing Features

    5
    By Akalinda
    Very user friendly without sacrificing features. Easy to navigate. Material organized in several useful ways. Price is very fair. Suggests and/or supports diagnoses. Not intimidating -- great for students and beginners as well as seasoned professionals
  • Helpful tool

    5
    By Nhmomndad
    The library is well organized and once you find the diagnosis you're looking for, a quick click gives you all the DSM criteria. The analyzer symptoms are organized alphabetically, which makes it just a shade tedious trying to find what you're looking for. However, you can choose just one "main" symptom and the analyzer will bring up a range of diagnoses to choose from. From there you can click on each and choose which diagnosis meets symptoms. I rarely spend money on an app, but glad I did with this.
  • NOT the DSM 5

    1
    By QRRQ
    I got this when I searched for DSM 5. The information in here is all from the DSM-IV-TR. This is now outdated information. It doesn't have DSM 5 changes. Waste of eight dollars.

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