Abnormal Psychology: Essential Cases and Readings (Paperback)
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This new casebook has fifteen chapters covering all the major facets of the field. It is designed to provide students with deeper analysis of topics typically mentioned only briefly in abnormal psychology textbooks. Each chapter includes four readings that have been culled from diverse sources to address a wide array of classic and contemporary topics in psychopathology. Each reading has been edited carefully to provide students with succinct coverage of key ideas, and each is introduced by the editors and supplemented with suggested readings.
About the Author
Thomas N. Bradbury earned his BA in psychobiology from Hamilton College, his MA in general psychology from Wake Forest University, and his PhD in clinical psychology from the University of Illinois. Each year he teaches a large undergraduate class and small honors seminar on intimate relationships. In 2000, he was awarded the Distinguished Teaching Award from the UCLA Department of Psychology.