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Often described as the book with the most extensive coverage of abnormal psychology, Understanding Abnormal Behavior by D. Sue, D.W. Sue, and S. Sue offers readers a stimulating approach to the study the human mind and behavior. Now on its 9th edition, it retains a multicultural approach to the presentation of different concepts, models, and explanations....
Often described as the book with the most extensive coverage of abnormal psychology, Understanding Abnormal Behavior by D. Sue, D.W. Sue, and S. Sue offers readers a stimulating approach to the study the human mind and behavior. Now on its 9th edition, it retains a multicultural approach to the presentation of different concepts, models, and explanations. This widely recommended book is both informative and engaging. It book features the newest findings and most current research in the field, complementing the authors' multi– and cross–cultural approach to the subject. Furthermore, this edition provides useful information about the different tools that today's metal health professionals use to treat and study psychological disorders. Understanding Abnormal Behavior (ISBN 9780547154411) covers topics like the classification and assessment of abnormal behavior, as well as the models of abnormal behavior. Students will also appreciate its coverage of scientific method and how it is used in abnormal psychology. Common psychological disorders are also discussed, including anxiety disorders, stress disorders, personality disorders, and somatoform and dissociative disorders. The book looks into substance-related disorders, and conditions relating to sexuality and gender issues. Mood disorders and suicide, along with schizophrenia are tackled, in addition to cognitive and eating disorders. Developmental disorders during childhood and adolescence are also discussed. The book concludes with a presentation of some ethical and legal issues in the field of abnormal psychology. Authors David Sue, Derald Wing Sue, and Stanley Sue are all renowned professors. David Sue teaches psychology at the Western Washington University and has performed numerous researches in the area of cross cultural counseling. Derald Wing Sue is affiliated with St. Louis University, while Stanley Sue teaches at the University of California, Davis.
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