Case Studies in Abnormal Behavior
Contains background material relevant to aetiological, diagnostic and therapeutic considerations in psychopathology. Significant family and social history data is also presented to show how specific behaviour patterns are generated and maintained. Actual case studies are used as illustrations.
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Case Studies in Abnormal Behavior: Pearson New International Edition
Robert G. Meyer,Christopher M. Weaver
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