The seventh edition of abnormal psychology focuses on providing an accurate, understandable, concise, and up-to-date view of this rapidly evolving field. it provides a thorough look at the literature,synthesizing the information to provide the most relevant theories and research for study.
1. The scientist–practitioner framework – this text is developed using a scientist–practitioner framework. while emphasizing empirically supported research, the text shares stories of real people suffering from compelling personal problems and serious psychological disorders.
2. Diagnostic features – this boxed feature offers a broader approach to diagnosis, outlining examples of symptoms that could relate to a category of disorders as opposed to a specific disorder.
3. Increased pedagogy – review questions covering major concepts are integrated throughout each chapter. questions focusing on relevant diagnostics, treatment, and theoretical issues are incorporated within each mini-case. answers to all questions are included in the back of the chapter, allowing students to test their mastery of the clinical and scholarly information regarding each major disorder. 1 overview to understanding abnormal behavior
Author: Susan Krauss
Publisher: Susan Krauss
Binding: Paper Back
Country of Origin: India
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