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Kleptomania was officially designated a psychiatric disorder in 1980 in DSM-III, and in DSM-III-R (American Psychiatric Association 1987) it was grouped under the category "disorders of impulse control not elsewhere classified." Kleptomania is currently classified in DSM-IV-TR as an ICD, but it is still poorly understood and has received very little empirical study. The DSM-IV-TR criteria for kleptomania are listed in Table 19–5.

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TABLE 19–5. DSM-IV-TR diagnostic criteria for kleptomania
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TABLE 19–6. Kleptomania: treatment summary

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