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This is the most up-to-date text about theory and research on the etiology and treatment of the most important psychological disorders. It is intended for first-year graduate students in clinical psychology, counseling psychology, and related fields. Readers will appreciate that the length, organization, content, and level and style of writing remain appropriate for the audience throughout. Thoroughly revised, this third edition continues to disseminate research- and empirically-supported information on psychopathology, while also challenging students to think critically, not just memorize information. New additions to the text include sections on dissociative disorders, dimensional approaches, the biological bases of psychopathology, developmental psychology, and a chapter on learning theories that lays out the principles of learning.
James E. Maddux, PhD, is University Professor Emeritus in the Department of Psychology at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. He is the former editor of the Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology and former director of the clinical doctoral program at George Mason University. Barbara A. Winstead, PhD, is Professor of Psychology and Chair of the Psychology Department at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia. She is also the former director of clinical training for the Virginia Consortium Program in Clinical Psychology.
Table of Contents
|Thinking About Psychopathology|
|Conceptions of Psychopathology: A Social Constructionist Perspective||p. 3|
|Biological Bases of Psychopathology||p. 23|
|Cultural Dimensions of Psychopathology: The Social WorldÆs Impact on Mental Disorders||p. 45|
|The Role of Gender, Race, and Class in Psychopathology||p. 69|
|Classification and Diagnosis: Historical Development and Contemporary Issues||p. 101|
|Psychological Assessment and Clinical Judgment||p. 121|
|Psychotherapy Research||p. 145|
|Common Problems of Adulthood|
|Anxiety Disorders||p. 163|
|Mood Disorders||p. 195|
|Personality Disorders||p. 277|
|Sexual Dysfunctions and Disorders||p. 307|
|Somatoform and Dissociative Disorders||p. 347|
|Substance Use Disorders||p. 373|
|Mental Health and Aging||p. 399|
|Common Problems of Childhood and Adolescence|
|Developmental Psychopathology: Basic Principles||p. 429|
|Externalizing Disorders||p. 443|
|Internalizing Disorders||p. 473|
|Language, Learning, and Cognitive Disorders||p. 499|
|Eating Disorders||p. 517|
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