Case Studies in Abnormal Psychology

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Macmillan, Jun 15, 2001 - Psychology - 332 pages
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The casebook provides 17 additional case histories based on the authors' clinical experiences, each going beyond DSM-IV diagnosis to describe the individual's history and symptoms, a theoretical discussion of treatment, a specific treatment plan, and the actual treatment conducted. The casebook also provides 3 cases without diagnosis or treatment, so students can identify disorders and suggest appropriate therapies. ††
  

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Panic Disorder
16
ObsessiveCompulsive Disorder
30
Major Depressive Disorder
45
Bipolar Disorder
63
Hypochondriasis 30
80
Type A Behavior Pattern
97
CancerTreatment for a Child
116
Bulimia Nervosa
129
Borderline Personality Disorder
200
Antisocial Personality Disorder
218
Autism
229
AttentionDeficitHyperactivity Disorder
246
Conduct Disorder
261
The Case of Julia Excessive Weight Loss
273
The Case of Fred Memory Problems 28l Case 20 You DecideThe Case of Suzanne Hair Pulling
288
You DecideThe Case of Julia Diagnostic
296

Alcohol Dependence and Marital Distress
149
Male Erectile Disorder
167
Schizophrenia
183
References
302
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Comer, Director of Clinical Psychology Studies, Department of Psychology, Princeton University.

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