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Summary

Focused, fresh, and engaging, this text captures student interest and facilitates comprehension through the extensive use of current and highly relevant clinical case studies. While introducing a thoroughly integrated multimedia package, the updated fourth edition maintains the integrative approach to treatment using the biopsychosocial model, an emphasis on cases, and the succinct coverage that have been the foundations of the text's success.

Table of Contents

Preface xv
A Guide to Using Your Text xx
Nothing to Hide xxviii
Understanding Abnormality: A Look at History and Research Methods
2(34)
Case Report: Rebecca Hasbrouck
2(2)
What Is Abnormal Behavior?
4(1)
Defining Abnormality
5(1)
Distress
5(1)
Impairment
5(1)
Risk to Self or Other People
5(1)
Socially and Culturally Unacceptable Behavior
5(1)
What Causes Abnormality?
6(1)
Biological Causes
6(1)
Psychological Causes
6(1)
Real Stories: Kelsey Grammer
7(1)
Sociocultural Causes
8(1)
Abnormality: The Biopsychosocial Perspective
8(1)
Social Context: On Being Sane in Insane Places
9(1)
Abnormal Psychology Throughout History
10(1)
Prehistoric Times: Abnormal Behavior as Demonic Possession
10(1)
Ancient Greece and Rome: The Emergence of the Scientific Model
11(1)
The Middle Ages and Renaissance: The Re-Emergence of Spiritual Explanations
12(1)
Europe and the United States in the 1700s: The Reform Movement
13(3)
The 1800s to the 1900s: Development of Alternative Models of Abnormal Behavior
16(2)
The Late Twentieth Century: The Challenge of Providing Humane and Effective Treatment
18(3)
Research Methods in Abnormal Psychology
21(1)
The Scientific Method
21(2)
The Experimental Method
23(1)
The Correlational Method
24(1)
The Survey Method
25(1)
The Case Study Method
26(1)
Single-Subject Design
26(1)
Studies of Genetic Influence
27(1)
The Human Experience of Psychological Disorders
27(1)
Impact on the Individual: Stigma and Distress
28(1)
Impact on the Family
29(1)
Impact on the Community and Society
30(1)
Bringing It All Together: Clinical Perspectives
30(1)
Research Focus: Are Creative People More Likely to Have Psychological Problems?
31(2)
Return to the Case
33(1)
Summary
34(1)
Key Terms
34(1)
Internet Resource
34(2)
Classification and Treatment Plans
36(32)
Case Report: Peter Dickinson
36(2)
Psychological Disorder: Experiences of Client and Clinician
38(1)
The Client
38(1)
Definitions
38(1)
Prevalence of Psychological Disorders
38(1)
The Clinician
39(1)
The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders
40(1)
Social Context: Does the DSM Unfairly Label People?
41(1)
How the DSM Developed
42(1)
Definition of ``Mental Disorder''
42(2)
Assumptions of the DSM-IV-TR
44(1)
Medical Model
44(1)
Atheoretical Orientation
44(1)
Categorical Approach
44(1)
Multiaxial System
45(1)
The Five Axes of the DSM-IV-TR
45(4)
Axis I: Clinical Disorders
45(1)
Axis II: Personality Disorders and Mental Retardation
45(3)
Axis III: General Medical Conditions
48(1)
Axis IV: Psychosocial and Environmental Problems
49(1)
Axis V: Global Assessment of Functioning
49(1)
The Diagnostic Process
49(1)
The Client's Reported and Observable Symptoms
50(1)
Diagnostic Criteria and Differential Diagnosis
51(1)
Final Diagnosis
52(1)
Case Formulation
52(1)
Cultural Formulation
53(3)
Treatment Planning
56(1)
Goals of Treatment
56(1)
Real Stories: Patty Duke
57(1)
Treatment Site
58(1)
Psychiatric Hospitals
58(1)
Outpatient Treatment
59(1)
Halfway Houses and Day Treatment Programs
59(1)
Other Treatment Sites
59(1)
Modality of Treatment
59(1)
Theoretical Perspective on Which Treatment Is Based
60(1)
Treatment Implementation
60(1)
The Course of Treatment
60(1)
The Clinician's Role in Treatment
60(1)
The Client's Role in Treatment
61(1)
The Outcome of Treatment
61(1)
Research Focus: How Do Experts Determine Which Treatments Really Work?
62(1)
Return to the Case
63(3)
Summary
66(1)
Key Terms
66(1)
Internet Resource
66(2)
Assessment
68(36)
Case Report: Ben Robsham
68(2)
What Is a Psychological Assessment?
70(1)
Clinical Interview
70(1)
Unstructured Interview
70(1)
Structured Interview
71(3)
Mental Status Examination
74(1)
Appearance and Behavior
74(1)
Orientation
75(1)
Content of Thought
75(1)
Thinking Style and Language
75(1)
Affect and Mood
76(1)
Perceptual Experiences
77(2)
Sense of Self
79(1)
Motivation
79(1)
Cognitive Functioning
79(1)
Insight and Judgment
79(1)
Psychological Testing
80(1)
What Makes a Good Psychological Test?
80(2)
Social Context: Psychological Testing of Diverse Populations
82(1)
Intelligence Testing
83(2)
Stanford-Binet Intelligence Test
84(1)
Wechsler Intelligence Scales
84(1)
Cultural Considerations in Intelligence Testing
85(1)
Personality and Diagnostic Testing
85(1)
Self-Report Clinical Inventories
85(1)
Research Focus: Is Intelligence Destiny?
86(6)
Projective Testing
90(2)
Behavioral Assessment
92(1)
Behavioral Self-Report
92(1)
Behavioral Observation
93(1)
Real Stories: Frederick Frese
94(2)
Environmental Assessment
96(1)
Physiological Assessment
96(1)
Psychophysiological Assessment
96(1)
Brain Imaging Techniques
96(3)
Neuropsychological Assessment
99(1)
Putting It All Together
100(1)
Return to the Case
101(2)
Summary
103(1)
Key Terms
103(1)
Internet Resource
103(1)
Theoretical Perspectives
104(48)
Case Report: Kristin Pierpont
104(2)
The Purpose of Theoretical Perspectives in Abnormal Psychology
106(1)
Psychodynamic Perspective
106(1)
Freudian Psychoanalytic Theory
106(4)
Freud's Background
106(1)
Freud's Structural Model of Personality
106(1)
Psychodynamics
107(1)
Defense Mechanisms
107(1)
Psychosexual Development
107(3)
Research Focus: Repressed Memories---Fact or Fiction?
110(3)
Freud's Place in History
112(1)
Post-Freudian Psychodynamic Views
112(1)
Object Relations Theory
112(1)
Treatment
113(1)
Evaluation of Psychodynamic Theories
113(4)
Humanistic Perspective
117(1)
Person-Centered Theory
117(1)
Self-Actualization Theory
118(1)
Treatment
119(1)
Evaluation of Humanistic Theories
120(1)
Sociocultural Perspective
120(1)
Family Perspective
120(1)
Real Stories: William Styron
121(1)
Social Discrimination
122(1)
Social Influences and Historical Events
122(1)
Treatment
122(1)
Family Therapy
122(1)
Social Context: Feminist-Relational Approaches to Therapy
123(2)
Group Therapy
124(1)
Milieu Therapy
125(1)
Evaluation of the Sociocultural Perspective
125(1)
Behavioral and Cognitively Based Perspectives
125(1)
Classical Conditioning
126(1)
Operant Conditioning
126(2)
Social Learning and Social Cognition
128(1)
Cognitive Based Theory
128(1)
Treatment
129(3)
Conditioning Techniques
129(2)
Contingency Management Techniques
131(1)
Modeling and Self-Efficacy Training
131(1)
Cognitive Therapies
131(1)
Evaluation of the Behavioral and Cognitively Based Perspectives
132(1)
Biological Perspective
132(1)
The Nervous System and Behavior
133(3)
Neurons and Synapses
133(2)
Role of the Brain in Behavior
135(1)
The Autonomic Nervous System
136(1)
The Endocrine System
136(1)
Genetic Influences on Behavior
137(4)
Basic Concepts in Genetics
137(1)
Models of Genetic Transmission
138(3)
Treatment
141(3)
Psychosurgery
141(1)
Electroconvulsive Therapy
141(1)
Medication
141(2)
Biofeedback
143(1)
Evaluation of the Biological Perspective
144(1)
Biopsychosocial Perspectives on Theories and Treatments: An Integrative Approach
144(2)
Return to the Case
146(4)
Summary
150(1)
Key Terms
151(1)
Internet Resource
151(1)
Anxiety Disorders
152(38)
Case Report: Barbara Wilder
153(1)
The Nature of Anxiety Disorders
154(1)
Panic Disorder
155(1)
Characteristics of Panic Disorder
155(2)
Theories and Treatment of Panic Disorder and Agoraphobia
157(3)
Specific Phobias
160(1)
Characteristics of Specific Phobias
160(2)
Theories and Treatment of Specific Phobias
162(2)
Social Phobia
164(1)
Characteristics of Social Phobia
164(2)
Real Stories: Donny Osmond
166(1)
Theories and Treatment of Social Phobia
167(1)
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
168(1)
Characteristics of Generalized Anxiety Disorder
168(1)
Theories and Treatment of Generalized Anxiety Disorder
168(1)
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
169(1)
Characteristics of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
170(1)
Theories and Treatment of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
171(3)
Treatment
172(2)
Acute Stress Disorder and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
174(1)
Research Focus: Psychosurgery for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
175(1)
Characteristics of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
176(2)
Theories and Treatment
178(4)
Biological Perspectives
178(2)
Psychological Perspectives
180(1)
Sociocultural Perspectives
181(1)
Social Context: The Enduring Effects of Psychological Trauma
182(1)
Treatment
183(1)
Anxiety Disorders: The Biopsychosocial Perspective
183(1)
Return to the Case
184(4)
Summary
188(1)
Key Terms
188(1)
Internet Resource
189(1)
Somatoform Disorders, Psychological Factors Affecting Medical Conditions, and Dissociative Disorders
190(38)
Case Report: Rose Marston
190(2)
Somatoform Disorders
192(1)
Conversion Disorder
192(2)
Somatization Disorder and Related Conditions
194(2)
Body Dysmorphic Disorder
196(1)
Research Focus: Medical Illness or Somatoform Disorder?
197(1)
Hypochondriasis
198(2)
Conditions Related to Somatoform Disorders
200(3)
Theories and Treatment of Somatoform Disorders
203(1)
Psychological Factors Affecting Medical Conditions
203(1)
Characteristics of the DSM-IV-TR Category of Psychological Factors Affecting Medical Conditions
203(2)
Theories and Treatment of the DSM-IV-TR Category of Psychological Factors Affecting Medical Conditions
205(7)
Stress
205(4)
Emotional Expression
209(1)
Personality Style
209(1)
Treatment
210(2)
Dissociative Disorders
212(1)
Dissociative Identity Disorder
212(2)
Characteristics of Dissociative Identity Disorder
213(1)
Real Stories: Anne Heche
214(3)
Theories and Treatment of Dissociative Identity Disorder
216(1)
Social Context: Dissociative Identity Disorder as a Legal Defense
217(3)
Other Dissociative Disorders
220(3)
Dissociative Amnesia
220(1)
Dissociative Fugue
221(1)
Depersonalization Disorder
221(1)
Theories and Treatment of Dissociative Amnesia, Dissociative Fugue, and Depersonalization Disorder
222(1)
Somatoform Disorders, Psychological Factors Affecting Medical Conditions, and Dissociative Disorders: The Biopsychosocial Perspective
223(1)
Return to the Case
224(3)
Summary
227(1)
Key Terms
227(1)
Internet Resource
227(1)
Sexual Disorders
228(36)
Case Report: Shaun Boyden
228(2)
What Is Abnormal Sexual Behavior?
230(1)
Paraphilias
231(1)
Characteristics of Paraphilias
231(3)
Pedophilia
232(2)
Research Focus: A Relationship Between Pedophilia and a History of Being Sexually Victimized?
234(8)
Exhibitionism
235(2)
Fetishism
237(1)
Frotteurism
238(1)
Sexual Masochism and Sexual Sadism
238(2)
Transvestic Fetishism
240(1)
Voyeurism
241(1)
Theories and Treatment of Paraphilias
242(1)
Gender Identity Disorders
243(1)
Characteristics of Gender Identity Disorders
243(1)
Theories and Treatment of Gender Identity Disorders
244(3)
Sexual Dysfunctions
247(1)
Characteristics of Sexual Dysfunctions
247(3)
Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder
250(1)
Sexual Aversion Disorder
250(1)
Female Sexual Arousal Disorder
250(1)
Male Erectile Disorder
251(1)
Female Orgasmic Disorder
252(1)
Male Orgasmic Disorder
252(1)
Premature Ejaculation
253(1)
Sexual Pain Disorders
253(1)
Theories and Treatment of Sexual Dysfunctions
253(4)
Biological Perspective
254(2)
Psychological Perspective
256(1)
Social Context: Viagra---Miracle Cure for Male Sexual Dysfunction?
257(2)
Real Stories: Richard Berendzen
259(1)
Sexual Disorders: The Biopsychosocial Perspective
260(1)
Return to the Case
260(2)
Summary
262(1)
Key Terms
263(1)
Internet Resource
263(1)
Mood Disorders
264(34)
Case Report: Janice Butterfield
264(2)
General Characteristics of Mood Disorders
266(1)
Depressive Disorders
266(1)
Major Depressive Disorder
266(3)
Characteristics of a Major Depressive Episode
266(2)
Types of Depression
268(1)
Prevalence and Course of the Disorder
268(1)
Dysthymic Disorder
269(1)
Disorders Involving Alternations in Mood
270(1)
Bipolar Disorder
270(3)
Characteristics of a Manic Episode
271(1)
Types of Bipolar Disorder
272(1)
Real Stories: Kay Redfield Jamison
273(1)
Prevalence and Course of the Disorder
274(1)
Cyclothymic Disorder
274(1)
Theories and Treatments of Mood Disorders
275(1)
Biological Perspectives
275(2)
Genetics
275(1)
Biochemical Factors
276(1)
Psychological Perspectives
277(4)
Psychodynamic Theories
277(1)
Behavioral and Cognitively Based Theories
278(3)
Sociocultural and Interpersonal Perspectives
281(1)
Treatment
282(1)
Biological Treatment
282(1)
Social Context: Prozac --- A Cure for Many Maladies?
283(3)
Psychological Treatment
285(1)
Research Focus: Interpersonal Therapy for Depression
286(2)
Sociocultural and Interpersonal Intervention
287(1)
Suicide
288(1)
Who Commits Suicide?
289(1)
Why Do People Commit Suicide?
289(4)
Biological Perspective
289(2)
Psychological Perspective
291(1)
Sociocultural Perspective
291(1)
Assessment and Treatment of Suicidality
291(2)
Mood Disorders: The Biopsychosocial Perspective
293(1)
Return to the Case
294(2)
Summary
296(1)
Key Terms
297(1)
Internet Resource
297(1)
Schizophrenia and Related Disorders
298(34)
Case Report: David Marshall
298(2)
Characteristics of Schizophrenia
300(1)
Phases of Schizophrenia
301(1)
Symptoms of Schizophrenia
301(1)
Disturbance of Thought Content: Delusions
301(1)
Real Stories: John Forbes Nash
302(2)
Disturbance in Perception: Hallucinations
303(1)
Disturbance of Thinking, Language, and Communication: Disorganized Speech
303(1)
Disturbed Behavior
303(1)
Negative Symptoms
303(1)
Research Focus: Can Delusions Be Changed?
304(1)
Social and Occupational Dysfunction
304(1)
Types of Schizophrenia
305(1)
Dimensions of Schizophrenia
306(1)
Courses of Schizophrenia
307(1)
Gender, Age, and Cultural Features
308(1)
Other Psychotic Disorders
309(1)
Brief Psychotic Disorder
309(1)
Schizophreniform Disorder
310(1)
Schizoaffective Disorder
311(1)
Delusional Disorders
312(1)
Shared Psychotic Disorder
313(1)
Theories and Treatment of Schizophrenia
314(1)
Biological Perspectives
315(6)
Brain Structure and Function
315(1)
Genetic Explanations
316(3)
The Unique Case of the Genain Quadruplets
319(1)
Biological Stressors and Vulnerability
320(1)
Psychological Perspective
321(1)
Sociocultural Perspective
321(1)
Treatment of Schizophrenia
322(1)
Biological Treatments
322(1)
Social Context: Schizophrenia and Social Class
323(3)
Psychological Treatments
324(1)
Sociocultural Treatments
325(1)
Schizophrenia: The Biopsychosocial Perspective
326(1)
Return to the Case
327(3)
Summary
330(1)
Key Terms
330(1)
Internet Resource
330(2)
Personality Disorders
332(34)
Case Report: Harold Morrill
332(2)
The Nature of Personality Disorders
334(1)
Antisocial Personality Disorder
335(1)
Characteristics of Antisocial Personality Disorder
335(2)
Theories and Treatment of Antisocial Personality Disorder
337(3)
Biological Perspectives
337(1)
Psychological Perspectives
338(1)
Sociocultural Perspectives
338(1)
Treatment of Antisocial Personality Disorder
339(1)
Borderline Personality Disorder
340(1)
Characteristics of Borderline Personality Disorder
340(1)
Social Context: Explaining the Prevalence of Borderline Personality Disorder Among Women
341(2)
Real Stories: Susanna Kaysen
343(1)
Theories and Treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder
344(3)
Biological Perspectives
344(1)
Psychological Perspectives
344(1)
Sociocultural Perspectives
345(1)
Treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder
345(2)
Histrionic Personality Disorder
347(1)
Narcissistic Personality Disorder
348(1)
Paranoid Personality Disorder
349(2)
Schizoid Personality Disorder
351(1)
Schizotypal Personality Disorder
352(1)
Avoidant Personality Disorder
353(2)
Dependent Personality Disorder
355(1)
Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder
356(2)
Personality Disorders: The Biopsychosocial Perspective
358(1)
Research Focus: Brief Psychodynamic Treatment of Personality Disorders
359(1)
Return to the Case
360(4)
Summary
364(1)
Key Terms
365(1)
Internet Resource
365(1)
Development-Related Disorders
366(28)
Case Report: Jason Newman
366(2)
Introductory Issues
368(1)
Mental Retardation
368(1)
Characteristics of Mental Retardation
368(1)
Theories and Treatment of Mental Retardation
368(3)
Inherited Causes
368(1)
Environmental Causes
369(1)
Treatment
369(2)
Pervasive Developmental Disorders
371(1)
Social Context: Social and Interpersonal Challenges Confronted by People with Asperger's Disorder
372(2)
Characteristics of Autistic Disorder
374(1)
Theories and Treatment of Autistic Disorder
375(2)
Learning, Communication, and Motor Skills Disorders
377(1)
Learning Disorders
377(1)
Communication Disorders
378(1)
Motor Skills Disorders
379(1)
Theories and Treatment of Learning, Communication, and Motor Skills Disorders
379(1)
Attention Deficit and Disruptive Behavior Disorders
380(1)
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
380(1)
Real Stories: Edward (Ned) Hallowell, M.D.
381(2)
Conduct Disorder
383(1)
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
384(1)
Theories and Treatment of ADHD and Disruptive Behavior Disorders
384(2)
Theories
385(1)
Treatment
385(1)
Research Focus: Advances in Treatment of ADHD
386(1)
Separation Anxiety Disorder
387(1)
Characteristics of Separation Anxiety Disorder
387(1)
Theories and Treatment of Separation Anxiety Disorder
387(1)
Other Disorders That Originate in Childhood
388(1)
Childhood Eating Disorders
389(1)
Tic Disorders
389(1)
Elimination Disorders
389(1)
Reactive Attachment Disorder
389(1)
Stereotypic Movement Disorder
389(1)
Selective Mutism
389(1)
Development-Related Disorders: The Biopsychosocial Perspective
390(1)
Return to the Case
390(2)
Summary
392(1)
Key Terms
393(1)
Internet Resource
393(1)
Aging-Related and Cognitive Disorders
394(24)
Case Report: Irene Heller
394(2)
The Nature of Cognitive Disorders
396(1)
Delirium
396(2)
Amnestic Disorders
398(1)
Dementia
399(1)
Characteristics of Dementia
399(1)
Memory Loss
399(1)
Aphasia, Apraxia, and Ag nosia
399(1)
Disturbance in Executive Functioning
399(1)
Alzheimer's Disease (Dementia of the Alzheimer's Type)
399(1)
Real Stories: John Bayley and Iris Murdoch
400(2)
Dementia Caused by Other Conditions
402(2)
Physical Conditions
402(2)
Social Context: Elders at Risk for Abuse
404(3)
Depression
406(1)
Diagnosis of Alzheimer's Disease
407(1)
Theories and Treatment of Alzheimer's Disease
407(4)
Biological Perspective
408(1)
Environmental Perspective
409(1)
Medical Treatment of Alzheimer's Disease
410(2)
Behavioral Management of Symptoms
412
Research Focus: What Researchers Are Learning from Aging Nuns about Living Longer, Healthier, Happier Lives
411(2)
Cognitive Disorders: The Biopsychosocial Perspective
413(1)
Return to the Case
414(2)
Summary
416(1)
Key Terms
417(1)
Internet Resource
417(1)
Substance-Related Disorders
418(36)
Case Report: Carl Wadsworth
418(2)
The Nature of Substance Abuse and Dependence
420(1)
Behaviors Associated with Substance-Related Disorders
420(1)
Substance-Induced Disorders
420(1)
Substance Use Disorders
421(1)
Alcohol
422(1)
Patterns of Use and Abuse
422(1)
Effects of Alcohol Use
422(1)
Immediate Effects
422(1)
Real Stories: Ben Affleck
423(3)
Long-Term Effects
424(2)
Theories of Alcohol Dependence
426(2)
Biological Perspective
426(1)
Psychological Perspective
426(1)
Sociocultural Perspective
427(1)
Treatment of Alcohol Dependence
428(1)
Biological Treatment
428(1)
Social Context: The Influence of Race and Culture on Alcoholism
429(4)
Psychological Treatment
430(1)
Alcoholics Anonymous
431(2)
Substances Other Than Alcohol
433(1)
Stimulants
434(5)
Amphetamines
436(1)
Cocaine
437(1)
Caffeine
438(1)
Cannabis
439(2)
Hallucinogens
441(1)
Research Focus: How Dangerous Is Ecstasy?
442(2)
Heroin and Opioids
444(1)
Sedatives, Hypnotics, and Anxiolytics
445(1)
Barbiturates
445(1)
Barbiturate-like Substances
445(1)
Anxiolytics
446(1)
Other Drugs of Abuse
446(1)
Treatment of Substance Abuse and Dependence
447(1)
Biological Treatment
447(1)
Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies
447(2)
Substance Abuse and Dependence: The Biopsychosocial Perspective
449(1)
Return to the Case
450(2)
Summary
452(1)
Key Terms
453(1)
Internet Resource
453(1)
Eating Disorders and Impulse-Control Disorders
454(28)
Case Report: Rosa Nomirez
454(2)
Eating Disorders
456(1)
Characteristics of Anorexia Nervosa
456(1)
Real Stories: Tracey Gold
457(2)
Characteristics of Bulimia Nervosa
459(2)
Theories and Treatment of Eating Disorders
461(1)
Theories
461(1)
Research Focus: Perfectionism and Eating Disorders
462(2)
Treatment
463(1)
Impulse-Control Disorders
464(1)
Kleptomania
464(1)
Characteristics of Kleptomania
464(1)
Theories and Treatment of Kleptomania
465(1)
Pathological Gambling
465(4)
Characteristics of Pathological Gambling
466(1)
Theories and Treatment of Pathological Gambling
467(2)
Social Context: Legalized Gambling
469(1)
Pyromania
469(1)
Characteristics of Pyromania
469(1)
Theories and Treatment of Pyromania
470(1)
Sexual Impulsivity
470(3)
Characteristics of Sexual Impulsivity
471(1)
Theories and Treatment of Sexual Impulsivity
472(1)
Trichotillomania
473(1)
Characteristics of Trichotillomania
473(1)
Theories and Treatment of Trichotillomania
473(1)
Intermittent Explosive Disorder
474(1)
Characteristics of Intermittent Explosive Disorder
474(1)
Theories and Treatment of Intermittent Explosive Disorder
475(1)
Eating Disorders and Impulse-Control Disorders: The Biopsychosocial Perspective
475(1)
Return to the Case
476(4)
Summary
480(1)
Key Terms
481(1)
Internet Resource
481(1)
Ethical and Legal Issues
482(25)
Case Report: Mark Chen
482(2)
Ethical Issues
484(1)
Roles and Responsibilities of Clinicians
484(6)
Therapist Competence
484(1)
Informed Consent
484(3)
Confidentiality
487(1)
Relationships with Clients
488(1)
The Business of Psychotherapy
489(1)
Special Roles for Clinicians
489(1)
Commitment of Clients
490(3)
Right to Treatment
492(1)
Refusal of Treatment
492(1)
Forensic Issues in Psychological Treatment
493(1)
Social Context: Homeless and Mentally III---The Right to Refuse Treatment
494(1)
Insanity Defense
494(2)
Real Stories: John Hinkley
496(2)
Research Focus: The Prediction of Violent Behavior
498(2)
Competency to Stand Trial
500(1)
Return to the Case
501(3)
Summary
504(1)
Key Terms
505(1)
Internet Resource
505(2)
Glossary 507(10)
References 517(30)
Credits 547(2)
Name Index 549(8)
Subject Index 557


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