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  • Published: Sep 14, 2015
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Revised to reflect DSM-5, this briefer version of Durand and Barlows widely used book fully describes abnormal psychology through the authors standard-setting integrative approachthe most modern, scientifically valid method for studying the...

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9781111836993
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English
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736
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Some brief overview of this book

Revised to reflect DSM-5, this briefer version of Durand and Barlows widely used book fully describes abnormal psychology through the authors standard-setting integrative approachthe most modern, scientifically valid method for studying the subject. Through this approach, readers learn that psychological disorders are rarely caused by a single influence, but rooted in the interaction among multiple factors biological, psychological, cultural, social, familial, and even political. A conversational writing style, consistent pedagogy, and real case profiles95 percent from the authors own case filesprovide a realistic context for the scientific findings of the book.

In addition, these features ensure that readers never lose sight of the fact that real people are behind the DSM-5 criteria, the theories, and the research.

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Mark Durand is known worldwide as an authority in the area of autism spectrum disorders. He is a professor of psychology at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg, where he was the founding Dean of Arts and Sciences and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs.

Dr. Durand is a fellow of the American Psychological Association and has received over 4 million in federal funding to study the behavior problems in children with disabilities. Previously he served in a variety of leadership ptional writing style, consistent pedagogy, and real case profiles95 percent from the authors own case filesprovide a realistic context for the scientific findings of the book. In addition, these features ensure that readers never lose sight of the fact that real people are behind the DSM-5 criteria, the theories, and the research.

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