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Abnormal Psychology by Gerald C. Davison
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Abnormal Psychology

by Gerald C. Davison

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0471318116, Hardcover)

This text continues to be one of the most current, authoritative overviews of the theories and research in psychopathology and intervention. Its widely praised scientific clinical approach blends the clinical and empirical/experimental as the authors examine each disorder from multiple perspectives. The text emphasizes different paradigms with a particular emphasis on the diathesis-stress paradigm as necessary for understanding most psychopathologies.

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An authoritative overview of the theories and research in psychopathology and the effectiveness of specific interventions. Its scientific clinical approach blends the clinical and empirical/experimental as the authors examine each disorder from multiple perspectives. The text emphasizes different paradigms with a particular emphasis on the diathesis-stress paradigm as necessary for understanding most psychopathologies. In addition, the book conveys the intellectual excitement of psychology in a unique manner, involving students in the exploration of the discipline's most puzzling questions and in the critique of existing research.… (more)

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