Introduction to clinical psychology
Prentice Hall, 2003 - Psychology - 639 pages
Designed to provide a thorough survey of the field that is equally accessible to readers with a general interest as well as to those with professional aspirations, this book presents a scholarly portrayal of the history, content, professional functions, and the future of clinical psychology. Chapter topics cover various approaches to clinical psychology; assessment; interviewing, observation, and testing; clinical interventions; clinical child psychology; health psychology; clinical neuropsychology; forensic psychology; and professional issues. For anyone with an interest in clinical psychology—especially future clinical psychologists.
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