An introduction to the study of abnormality: (1) issues in defining and evaluating it; (2) examples; (3) theories and research attempting to categorize, describe, and explain it; and (4) approaches used to prevent or change it when it is deemed a problem by the individual and/or society.
- 12 assignments
- 3 exams
- Required Textbook:
Comer, Fundamentals of Abnormal Psychology, 7th edition, 2014.
ISBN 1-4292-9563-5 (paperback) or ISBN 1-4641-3470-7 (loose-leaf)
PsychPortal access, ISBN 978-1-4641-6109-4
- Instructor: Ollie Seay, Ph.D.
- Tuition: $712.89 (This cost includes the online course fee.)
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