Understanding Abnormal Behaviour

May 28, 2009

Authors: David Sue, Derald Wing Sue and Stanley Sue

Edition: International Student Ninth

Publisher: Wadsworth Cengage Learning

Pages: 688

Price: £41.99

ISBN 9780324829686

Weighty American texts on this topic are all pretty similar, but this is more concise and readable than some, and would be a decent text for a conventionally taught introductory class. The material is up to date, with helpful boxes designed to facilitate discussion.

Who is it for? Undergraduate psychology students.

Presentation: Clear and up to date.

Would you recommend it? For undergraduates encountering abnormal psychology for the first time.

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