Culture-bound syndrome is listed in the Appendix of DSM-IV-TR here is an example:Amok ormataelap: (Malaysia) a dissociative episode characterized by a period of brooding followed by an outburst of violent aggressive or homicidal behavior directed at people and objects. The episode tends to be precipitated by a perceived insult or slight and seems to be prevalent only among males. The episode is often accompanied by persecutory ideas automatism amnesia for the period of the episode exhaustion and a return to premorbid state following the episode. Some instances of amok may occur during a brief psychotic episode or constitute the onset or exacerbation of a chronic psychotic process.Who can tell me if this Culture-bound syndromes looks like a behavior you might also see in the U.S.? Please explain.Do you find culture-bound syndromes are helpful for clinicans or there are better ways to incorporateculture in the DSM?