Book: Abnormal Psychology

Book Title:

Abnormal Psychology.

Author(s): Thomas F. Oltmanns and Robert E. Emery.

Year: 2019.

Edition: Ninth (9th).

Publisher: Pearson.

Type(s): Paperback.

Synopsis:

An overview of abnormal psychology that focuses not on “them,” but on all of us.

Abnormal Psychology brings both the science and personal aspects of the discipline to life with a focus on evidence-based practice and emerging research. Authors Thomas Oltmanns and Robert Emery cover methods and treatment in context in order to helps readers understand the biological, psychological, and social perspectives on abnormal psychology.

The 9th Edition has been updated to integrate coverage of the DSM-5, as well as the latest research and contemporary topics that will interest students.

Book: Abnormal Psychology

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Book Title:

Abnormal Pyschology.

Author(s): Ronald J. Comer and Jonathan S. Comer.

Year: 2018.

Edition: Tenth (10th).

Publisher: Worth Publihsers.

Type(s): Hardback.

Synopsis:

Taking a look at the field of abnormal psychology, including major theoretical models of abnormality, research directions, clinical experiences, therapies and controversies, this book covers personality disorders, the psychodynamic perspective, neuroscience, the ’empirically-based treatment’ movement, and more.

Book: Abnormal Psychology in a Changing World

Book Title: Abnormal Psychology in a Changing World.

Author(s): Jeffery S. Nevid, Spencer A. Rathus, and Beverly Greene.

Year: 2018.

Edition: Tenth.

Publisher: Pearson Education.

Synopsis:

Abnormal Psychology in a Changing World makes complex abnormal psychology concepts accessible and stimulating to students.

Authors Jeffrey Nevid, Spencer Rathus, and Beverly Greene present illustrative case examples drawn from their own clinical and teaching experiences, leading students to recognise the human dimension of the study of abnormal psychology.

Updated to reflect the latest advancements in the field, the Tenth Edition highlights the ways in which personal technology is changing the study of abnormal psychology via the new Abnormal Psychology in the Digital Age feature.