Abnormal Psychology: The Problem of Maladaptive Behavior
This text provides students with a comprehensive review of the field of abnormal psychology. In the 8th edition, the authors systematically employ an interactional framework that incorporates personal variables and situational variables to examine how vulnerability and resilience influence the likelihood of mental disorders and recovery from them. The text explains and contrasts a variety of theoretical perspectives on each type of disorder.
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The Epidomiology of Maladaptive
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