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by Thomas F. Oltmanns,Michele T. Martin,John M. Neale,Gerald C. Davison

eBook Case Studies in Abnormal Psychology epub
  • ISBN: 0470408596
  • Author: Thomas F. Oltmanns,Michele T. Martin,John M. Neale,Gerald C. Davison
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Social Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Wiley; 8 edition (November 10, 2008)
  • Pages: 416 pages
  • ePUB size: 1314 kb
  • FB2 size 1574 kb
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Would you like to include more high interest cases in your Abnormal Psychology course? Most textbooks on abnormal psychology include short descriptions of actual clinical cases

Would you like to include more high interest cases in your Abnormal Psychology course? Most textbooks on abnormal psychology include short descriptions of actual clinical cases. However, those presentations are necessarily brief and too fragmented for students to gain a clear understanding of the unique complexities of a person's troubled life.

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Thomas Oltmanns is a professor of Abnormal Psychology at Washington University of St Louis. He has authored over 50 journal articles. Michelle Martin is an assistant professor psychology at Wesleyan College and had Robert Emery as her mentor.

Release Date: April 2003. Publisher: Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, John.

Thomas F. Oltmanns, John M. Neale. Assigned reading for abnormal psychology

Thomas F. Assigned reading for abnormal psychology. Each case was simple and yet interesting. I recommend this book for readers who find people interesting, want to learn how people think, why they act the way they do, why they say the things they say and all in all about how the human brain works and responds to certain situations. People will also find this book interesting because they get to read an actual case study that shows different types of illnesses and what happened and treatment methods.

By (author) Thomas F. Oltmanns, By (author) Michele T. Martin, By (author) John M. Neale, By (author) Gerald C. Davison. Most textbooks on abnormal psychology include short descriptions of actual clinical cases

By (author) Thomas F. Most textbooks on abnormal psychology include short descriptions of actual clinical cases.

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This in-depth casebook takes mental disorders from the realm of theory into the complex reality of human lives. It explores the full range of psychopathologies and types of patients, allowing practicing clinicians to see how disorders affect patients in real life. The eighth edition does a better job than other books in the field because it uses real clients and the most up-to-date research. Each case is based on an actual client of the authors and covers the entire scope of the disorder; from symptoms to treatment. Practicing clinicians will gain real-world insight into a variety of disorders.
Comments: (7)
Armin
Excellent textbook! I am glad my professor requested for the semester. With each case study this book provides the depth and complexity needed to understand the features and development of the different disorders presented in the DSM-5.
The authors present the case study along with additional sections that complement the case. These sections are: social history of the patient, conceptualization and treatment, and a discussion section that includes the etiology of the disorder, biological and psychological factors and treatment. Finally, the authors add discussion question to round up the student's knowledge and understanding of the disorder and other important considerations related.
Don't rent this book... buy it if you can!
Kelezel
Great information presented. I was looking for the references, and found it stated that they are online. Wow, that's a bummer. Why should readers have to go elsewhere for references, when it should all be in the book they purchased?
Orevise
I'm a psychologist and used this book in a class. I think it's pretty well organized and covers the major topics. I wish it had more research-based explanations, but perfection is beyond the scope of reality :-)
Bludsong
Though I've not been through all the cases in this book as of this review, those I have read thus far have proven to be very informative. The cases themselves as well as the history, etiology, discussions and treatment are fascinating. In this book you will find conditions that fit someone you know or have known, maybe even yourself at some point in your life. My experience with major depressive disorder (296.2/DSM IV) a few years ago was brought into a new light by the case described in this book. It helped me understand my condition and why it developed as it did. As a sidenote, I gradually stopped my Lexapro after about 14 months and no longer need or want an anti-depressant. Anyone interested in abnormal psychology, whether a layperson or clinician will find this book educational and a good read.
Boraston
Very interesting, but some of the case studies don't have very clear outcomes (even up to the current time, if individuals are still in treatment or have discontinued it). For those training to become practitioners, it might not be the most helpful.
Qwne
I've only read a few of the case studies and so far so good. I wish they presented case studies from more recent decades. A few of the case studies you could tell were from the 80's or 70's which is fine, but I wanted more recent case studies. Other than that, it is a well written book.
Blackseeker
The case studies in this book are clear and relevant. it breaks down etiology as well as treatment options. It was a great book in understanding abnormal Psychology on a personal level.
Seller was great. Book was required for course but given new DSM-5, largely irrelevant outside course specific requirements!
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