Critics point out that one of the problems of the DSM is that it ________
a. has strict criteria needed for making a diagnosis and has reduced the number of people who can be labeled with a disorder.
b. is too resistant to change and too reluctant to add new diagnostic categories, even though today's concerns are far different from those from 1952.
c. relies too much on empirical evidence and research findings rather than focusing on the person who is at the heart of the diagnostic process.
d. is not called the "Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders and a Whole Bunch of Everyday Problems," yet the compilers keep adding everyday problems!