PSY3023

Abnormal Psychology 异常与变态心理学

Applied Psychology · DST · Major Required Courses · 3 Units

Course Descriptions

This course will introduce students to the branch of psychology which deals with a diverse range of maladaptive human behaviours. Topics will include historical and theoretical perspectives on abnormal behaviour, and related methods of assessment, research, and intervention which are prominent in this area of psychology. This course will also include a detailed coverage of anxiety, stress, mood, thought, substance, personality, sexual, somatoform, and eating disorders, as well as disorders related to childhood and aging. Psychosocial dimension of these disorders will be considered, along with strategies for intervention which represent a variety of theoretical perspectives on treatment.

Prerequisite

PSY2043 Introduction to Psychology

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