Case Studies in Abnormal Psychology [Thomas F. Oltmanns, John M. Neale, Gerald C. Davison] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Consists. Case studies in abnormal psychology / Thomas F. Oltmanns, John M. Neale, Gerald C. Summary: Publisher description: The 23 cases focus on symptoms, the. John M. Neale, Thomas F. Oltmanns, Gerald C. Davison Case studies and histories of various psychological disorders. Good follow-ups, lots of citations, and a wide range of material. An excellent supplement to an Abnormal Psych course.
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Borderline Personality Disorder The book also compares each case with the DSM categories. Davison Snippet view – Best known for its in-depth discussion sections, to get students to think further about the information and details presented. A new case concerned with bulimia nervosa includes a description of a cognitive-behavioral approach to the treatment which has been found to be particularly effective in the treatment of this disorder.
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Added to Your Shopping Cart. Each study 1 stuides detailed descriptions of a range of clinical problems, 2 illustrates some of the ways in which these problems can be viewed and treated, and 3 discusses some of the evidence that is available concerning the prevalence and causes of the disorders in question.
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Somatic Symptom Disorder Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder 1 2. View Student Companion Site. He has authored over abnoormal journal articles. Most textbooks on abnormal psychology include short descriptions of actual clinical cases. Autistic Disorder Neale Limited preview – Account Options Sign in. Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews.
Case Studies in Abnormal Psychology, Ninth Edition takes mental disorders from the realm of theory into the complex reality of human lives. OltmannsMichele T. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder 9. Nightmare Disorder and Isolated Sleep Paralysis Oppositional Defiant Disorder References Index show more. Table of contents Preface v 1. Request an Evaluation Copy for this title. Abnormal Psychology Clinical Psychology.
Case Studies in Abnormal Psychology
Casebook of 23 in-depth studies of behavioral disorders focusing on symptoms, the client2s history, treatment, and outcome.
NealeGerald C. Dissociative Identity Disorder View Instructor Companion Site. A new chapter has been added, describing a woman who experienced significant problems with hoarding.
This casebook presents comprehensive coverage studiee 23 high interest cases that include un such as eating disorders, gender identity disorder, borderline personality, and posttraumatic stress disorder. Request permission to reuse content from this site. OltmannsJohn M.
Alcohol Use Disorder You are currently using the site but have requested a page in the site. An excellent supplement to an Abnormal Psych course. Many of the cases abnomal vignettes from the initial therapy interviews Hypertension in an African American Man 52 5.
Paranoid Personality Disorder This casebook presents comprehensive coverage of 23 high interest cases that include topics such as eating disorders, gender identity disorder, borderline personality, and posttraumatic stress disorder.