According to the latest DSM 5-TR , ID is the corrected terms to describe the disabilities now. IQ score seems dominant the human lives for many centuries. 20 years ago EQ was the “trendy” term to apply and I was one of the beneficial to dig my first treasure box. Later, we talked a lot AQ, CQ …. and even nowadays SQ(Spiritual score).
Well, apart from criticize the measurement of SQ, otherwise it is long enough to write another DSM! I do interest to know the meaning of SQ. Same as IQ here, a person will be classified as “abnormal” when the IQ is above or below the norms. In the sense that, when a person shown an extremely high or super low SQ, poor “guru” and “OMG-fundamental layman”~~ either direction is “abnormal”
Funny enough to say “Spiritual Disability” and clearly to see the inborn ability/intuitive -“genetic” in psychology and practice/experience -“learn” in psychology.
Ok DSM5, you totally win by “unspecified”, yes better than NOS. SFreud would like to give feedback instead of Frank i think.