PSY 352 • Abnormal Psychology - Bradbury
10:00 AM-11:00 AM
This course covers: perspectives on defining and managing mental health and abnormal behavior; biopsychosocial considerations in the development and treatment of mental illness; etiological theories and models of mental health and adaptive functioning; current and historical ethical standards and controversies in abnormal psychology.
Three in-class exams and a cumulative final exam. All exams are comprised of multiple-choice and short-essay questions. Some extra-credit opportunities will be given in class, mostly based on attendance.
Sue, Sue, and Sue. Understanding Abnormal Behavior.* *Textbook may be changing for Fall 2009; updated textbook information will be available in June 2009.