The Fifth Edition of this popular, introductory abnormal psychology text has been revised and updated. DSM IIIR is incorporated into the text. The treatment is comprehensive, covering both experimental and clinical approaches--includes a wealth of research-based information. Contains new material on somatoform and borderline disorders and on biomedical and psychoanalytic perspectives.
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