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DSM 5 - quick question

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WR035    10

I just picked up a copy of the DSM 5. I've received it but is it just my copy, or are the pages tissue like thin? The page numbers are also not corresponding with the contents. Is anyone else notice that on their copy, if anyone owns a copy?

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Tony    10

I don't have access to a copy to check for you, but I think if the page numbers don't correspond to the contents, that's pretty basic and most likely its a faulty print or is a copy. You can generally tell if its a copy because the details will be off like the print and colour quality and inconsistencies across the whole book. Send it back or buy it elsewhere.

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