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Readings in Abnormal Psychology

Author : Jill M. Hooley
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A collection of forty-three primary sources, ranging from contributions to scholarly journals to newspaper articles and first person accounts. An indispensable supplement to any course in abnormal or clinical psychology. Articles represent current research findings in psychopathology and indicate the direction of new research. The editors provide introductory material for each article.

Readings in Abnormal Psychology and Mental Hygiene

Author : William Sentman Taylor
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"The selections to be found in this volume have been chosen for their usefulness as so many sections of a textbook for students. Of the material so included, it may be said that, on the whole, acquaintance with elementary psychology is presupposed. The especial emphasis in this book is upon "functional" phenomena--processes which may be regarded as the core of abnormal psychology, as well as most illuminating for students of general psychology, of medicine, of sociology, and of education. The language employed here is taken for the most part to express the stimulus-response point of view"--Preface. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved).

The Lanahan Cases and Readings in Abnormal Behavior

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This is a college text for courses on abnormal psychology and psychopathology.

Readings in Abnormal Psychology

Author : Andrew Getzfeld
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Readings in Abnormal Psychology: Multiple Perspectives presents students with a collection of carefully curated readings that examine the major psychopathologies in the DSM-5 from a variety of viewpoints. The book does not advocate a single approach toward etiologies, diagnoses, and treatments. Rather, it encourages readers to critically analyze various perspectives, decide which they agree with and which they do not, and use the information to further develop their individual therapeutic approaches. The anthology is organized into 15 chapters, each of which is devoted to a particular aspect of abnormal psychology--foundational knowledge, clinical assessment, and a variety of disorders, including anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, PTSD, dissociative disorders, depression, and eating disorders, as well as somatic, paraphilic, personality, and sleep-wake disorders. There are also chapters devoted to sexual dysfunction and neurodevelopment and neurocognitive disorders. Each chapter features original writing to provide essential context and end-of-chapter questions to stimulate critical thinking and assess comprehension. Featuring first-person narratives, data-based research articles, and vital knowledge within the discipline, Readings in Abnormal Psychology is an ideal supplementary resource for courses in abnormal psychology.

Readings in the Essentials of Abnormal Psychology

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Contemporary Abnormal Psychology

Author : Brendan Arnold Maher
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The Lanahan Cases and Readings in Abnormal Behavior

Author : Kayla F. Bernheim
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Readings in Ethnic Psychology

Author : Pamela Balls Organista
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First published in 1998. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Catalog of Copyright Entries Third Series

Author : Library of Congress. Copyright Office
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Reading Retardation and Multi Sensory Teaching Psychology Revivals

Author : Charles Hulme
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Originally published in 1981, this title is based on the author’s doctoral thesis and the research reported was carried out at the Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford. By the 1980s it was generally recognised that there are a number of children of adequate general intelligence who nevertheless experience inordinate difficulties in learning to read. This book examines some of the possible reasons for those children’s reading difficulties, and at the same time explores the basis of a teaching technique which was reputed to help them to learn to read. Although the terminology is very much of the time, this book will still be of interest to those concerned with the reasons behind the difficulties children have in learning to read.