Approaches to Psychology provides a contemporary, accessible and coherent introduction to the field of psychology, from its origins to the present, and shows the contribution of psychology to understanding human behaviour and experience.
The book introduces students to the five core conceptual frameworks (or approaches) to psychology: biological; behaviourist; cognitive; psychodynamic; and humanistic. The methods, theories and assumptions of each approach are explored so that the reader builds an understanding of psychology as it applies to human development, social and abnormal behaviour.
New to this edition: Expanded coverage of positive psychologyExpansion of the coverage of influential psychoanalytic theorists, including Anna Freud and John BowlbyDiscussion of the controversies in the formulation of DSM-5Expanded coverage of other topics, including development and types of mental disorders
Updated and expanded Online Learning Centre with student support material and instructor material at www.mcgraw-hill.co.uk/textbooks/glassman including PowerPoint slides and videos
|Author||William E. Glassman, Marilyn Hadad|
|Publication date||13 Jan 2013|