Gerald C. Davison John M. Neale Ann M. Kring
Abnormal Psychology
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Abnormal Psychology Gerald C. Davison John M. Neale Ann M. Kring Now in its Ninth Edition, Abnormal Psychology gives students the opportunity to explore the latest theories and research in our ever changing search for answers to the complex questions of psychopathology The authors invite students to search for clues, follow up on hunches, evaluate evidence, and participate in a process of discovery as they sift through the evidence oNow in its Ninth Edition, Abnormal Psychology gives students the opportunity to explore the latest theories and research in our ever changing search for answers to the complex questions of psychopathology The authors invite students to search for clues, follow up on hunches, evaluate evidence, and participate in a process of discovery as they sift through the evidence on the origins of psychopathology and the effectiveness of specific interventions In the new edition, Davison and Neale welcome new coauthor Ann Kring University of California, Berkeley , who brings her interest and expertise in emotion and psychopathology, as well as an emphasis on gender, ethnicity, and culture In addition, new pedagogy and a open layout make the book accessible to all students.. Abnormal Psychology Now in its Ninth Edition Abnormal Psychology gives students the opportunity to explore the latest theories and research in our ever changing search for answers to the complex questions of psychopatho
  • Title: Abnormal Psychology
  • Author: Gerald C. Davison John M. Neale Ann M. Kring
  • ISBN: 9780471181200
  • Page: 378
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Abnormal Psychology Gerald C. Davison John M. Neale Ann M. Kring

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    1. Ludmilla says:

      Butcher n Anormal Psikolojisine g re g d k kalm lgi ekici, abuk okunuyor ama o u konuya de inmiyor Genel bilgi edinmek i in alabilirsiniz Kapsaml bilgi edinmek ve ders i in kullanmak istiyorsan z Butcher n Anormal Psikoloji Kakn s Yay nlar neririm.

    2. Morgan Blackledge says:

      This is a really good text book I m sure there will be DSM 5 edition coming out soon if it s not out now If it weren t a hundred plus fuckin bucks I d buy the most recent ed right now RANT ALERT I d love to see high quality, open source text books come on to the market and drive these ridiculous prices down The textbook pricing thing is over the top I teach undergrads and I won t use a text that costs over 50.00 I know publishing is a for profit business I understand that high quality textbooks [...]

    3. Sophia says:

      Scritto in maniera chiara e comprensibile Mi ha dato fastidio il fatto che gli editori italiani non si sono sforzati a controllare se gli aggiornamenti attesi per il DSM citati nel libro si fossero effettivamente avverati Alcuni dati sono troppo vecchi, e alcune statistiche non quadrano logicamente 20% delle donne americane stuprate nel corso della vita.

    4. Burcu says:

      bazi bolumlerin cevirisinde cok cok buyuk hatalar yapmislar hadi tamam her seyi gectim, ulan dsm i nasil yanlis ceviriyosunuz ya kisilik bozukluklarinin tumunde erken ergenlikte baslar yaziyor erken ergenlik derken kime 11 12 yasinda narsist kisilik bozuklugu tanisi koyuluyor ya bak sinirlendim yine, salaklar.

    5. Salena A. says:

      I give this book four stars only because the simple fact , there are better texts out there on this subject.But for the average reader just interested in learning something news great.Very simple to follow and layout of the book is great as well, its very easy to just skip right to the part you wish to read Would recommend picking this one up for the shelf at home.

    6. Kinga says:

      Ann Kring teaches as Berkeley and her lectures are available online I have listened to her Clinical Psychology Course Podcasts and this book is the textbook for her class.I would have gone and read it except no library around here has it and it costs soo much to buy Does anyone have a copy for sale, at a used book rate

    7. Meaghen says:

      Who ever read a textbook containing so many exclamation marks Interesting material but surprisingly badly written.

    8. Rabeea says:

      One of the best books on this topic.

    9. J. Erickson says:

      This was one of many books that I ended up reviewing for teaching psychology class for both graduate and undergraduate studies I found this book a very good selection for undergraduate studies It was well organized, very good overview and a solid tie into the DSMVI TR at the time While there might have been some dated material, I expect that in text books and outside material nicely supplemented where it might have been lacking Excellent study guides and summaries for professors Very good book

    10. Yuu Sasih says:

      My most favorite class so far I went to school in Psychology departement I think I love it because I have waited from the very first semester to get this class, so now when I get it I can t even bring myself to hate it and the lecturers are so cool too So okay, enough about my class I love Abnormal Psychology, and meaning to get my PhD in this area maybe but why, why, whyyyy this book so simple moan

    11. Anthony says:

      Too many statistics without conclusions A basic intro to Abnormal Psychology that touches the surface of human actions abnormal ones my professor from Indiana Uiversity has stated, We are a nation of over diagnosed people especially children and psychologists psychiatrists can t distingush between what s normal or abnormal any We live in a sad state of affairs It sums up my opinion as well.

    12. Jenny says:

      I haven t read the whole book since I m using it in my 3 year degree in Psychology but I m reading bits and pieces and I m sure I ll keep reading and going back to it for years to come It s hard to say the word love for an academic textbook but it s true, I honestly love this book I like the way it s written It s practical and useful All in all, a great purchase

    13. Debbie says:

      Read this book for a summer class Found it wonderful psychology reading Not too deep but profoundly interesting as textbooks go In depth information on psychopathology its etiologies and prognoses.

    14. Ian says:

      great introductory undergraduate textbook.

    15. Bitemeblair says:

      Pretty good, very simple to follow I liked this book a whole lot I d recommend it to anybody who wants an informative look at abnormal psychology.

    16. Pelita Hayati says:

      bacaan wajib mahasiswa psikologi

    17. Christen says:

      What I should be doing instead of reading ANYTHING ELSE, at least until after my exam sigh

    18. Christa says:

      Insightful Compelling Amazing.

    19. Kelli says:

      This book was a great overview of psychological disorders Great supplement to the DSM, the two books combined gave me a rather comprehensive view of abnormal psychology.

    20. Blair Boggs says:

      This was one of my favorite courses and the textbook served its purpose well.

    21. Amanda A. says:

      Prof Konstantine Zakzanis class One of the best profs at UTSC Very good.

    22. Rachel says:

      I took a few too many quizzes over this book to say I enjoyed it, but I think it will be a good resource down the line Clear writing and relevant examples.

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