Advanced Abnormal Psychology

  • Vincent B. Van Hasselt
  • Michel Hersen

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiv
  2. Basic Concepts and Models: Introductory Comments

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-2
    2. Ingrid N. Leckliter, Joseph D. Matarazzo
      Pages 3-18
    3. Arthur N. Wiens, James E. Bryan
      Pages 19-44
    4. F. Dudley McGlynn
      Pages 45-66
    5. Howard D. Lerner, Joshua Ehrlich
      Pages 67-91
    6. Cyril M. Franks
      Pages 93-110
    7. Mark C. Wilde, Paul M. Cinciripini
      Pages 111-139
  3. Childhood and Adolescent Disorders: Introductory Comments

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 141-142
    2. Cynthia L. Miller, Mary F. O’Callaghan, Deborah A. Keogh, Thomas L. Whitman
      Pages 143-163
    3. Lynn Kern Koegel, Marta C. Valdez-Menchaca, Robert L. Koegel
      Pages 165-187
    4. Mark D. Rapport
      Pages 189-206
    5. Marc S. Atkins, Kim Brown
      Pages 207-218
    6. Cyd C. Strauss
      Pages 219-234
    7. Nadine J. Kaslow, Karla J. Doepke, Gary R. Racusin
      Pages 235-252
    8. J. Scott Mizes
      Pages 253-270
  4. Adult and Older Adult Disorders: Introductory Comments

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 271-272
    2. Paul M. G. Emmelkamp, Patricia van Oppen
      Pages 273-293
    3. Lynn P. Rehm, Paras Mehta
      Pages 295-314
    4. Patrick W. McGuffin, Randall L. Morrison
      Pages 315-334
    5. Timothy J. O’Farrell
      Pages 335-358
    6. Judith V. Becker, Meg S. Kaplan
      Pages 359-372
    7. Donald A. Williamson, Susan E. Barker, Staci Veron-Guidry
      Pages 373-384
    8. Gerald Goldstein
      Pages 385-399
  5. Child Treatment: Introductory Comments

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 401-401
    2. Kevin John O’Connor, Elizabeth Wollheim
      Pages 403-417
    3. Mark A. Williams, Alan M. Gross
      Pages 419-441
    4. Mina K. Dulcan
      Pages 443-471
  6. Adult Treatment: Introductory Comments

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 473-474
    2. Morris Eagle, David Wolitzky
      Pages 475-495
    3. Kevin T. Larkin, Jennifer L. Edens
      Pages 497-512
    4. Harold M. Erickson Jr., Donald W. Goodwin
      Pages 513-523
  7. Back Matter
    Pages 525-542

About this book


Although senior undergraduate psychology students and first year master's- and doctoral-level students frequently take courses in advanced abnormal psychology, it has been almost two decades since a book by this title has appeared. Professors teaching this course have had a wide variety of texts to select from that touch on various aspects of psychopathology, but none has been as comprehensive for the student as the present volume. Not only are basic concepts and models included, but there are specific sections dealing with childhood and adolescent disorders, adult and geriatric disorders, child treatment, and adult treatment. We believe the professor and advanced student alike will benefit from having all the requisite material under one cover. Our book contains 26 chapters presented in five parts, each part preceded by an editors' introduction. The chapters reflect updates in the classification of disorders (i. e. , DSM-IV). In Part I (Basic Concepts and Models), the chapters include diagnosis and classification, assessment strategies, research methods, the psychoanalytic model, the behavioral model, and the biological model. Parts II (Childhood and Adolescent Disorders) and III (Adult and Older Adult Disorders), bulk of the book. To ensure cross­ each containing seven chapters, represent the chapter consistency, each of these chapters on psychopathology follows an identi­ cal format, with the following basic sections: description of the disorder, epidem­ iology, clinical picture (with case description), course and prognosis, familial and genetic patterns, and diagnostic considerations.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Vincent B. Van Hasselt
    • 1
  • Michel Hersen
    • 1
  1. 1.Nova Southeastern UniversityFort LauderdaleUSA

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