Abnormal Psychology: A Perspectives Approach
Avery Publishing Group, 1982 - Psychology, Pathological - 250 pages
A text/anthology that is organized around the perspectives. that explain mental disorders, not the disorders themselves.. Six perspectives are presented through classic and current. works in the field.
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The Psychological Disorders
The Illness Perspective
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