Annotated Bibliography: Prepared by Jennifer Hust
Durand, V.M. & Barlow, D.H. (2009). Essentials of abnormal psychology(5th Ed.).
Belmont, CA. Wadsworth.
This book explains abnormal psychology through their the most modern,
scientific method for studying the subject. Throughout the text, it will
teach you that psychological disorders are rarely caused by a single
influence, but rooted in multiple factors: biological, psychological,
cultural, social, familial, and even political. Kellner, Robert. Somatization and Hypochondriasis (1985). Praeger Publishers.
This journal brought together a wide range of research, presenting new
information on the nature of functional somatic symptoms and hypochondriasis. It
displays surveys historical and current views on these topics, and explains similar
symptoms. Bryant, Richard A., Ph.D. and Harvey, Allison. G. Ph.D. Acute Stress Disorder: A
Handbook of Theory, Assessment, and Treatment. (Jan. 2000).
This article outlines techniques to prevent the development of PTSD by
identifying and treating those with Acute Stress Disorder. Going on clinical and
research experience, they review the underlying issues, and detail the procedures
for using cognitive behavior therapy to treat Acute Stress Disorder. Weissman MM, Bruce LM, Leaf PJ: Affective disorders, in Psychiatric Disorders in
America: The Epidemiologic Catchment Area Study. Edited by Robins LN,
Regier DA. New York, Free Press, 1991, pp 53–80
This article describes the development of a brief and easy-to-use
screening tool for bipolar spectrum disorder called the Mood
Questionnaire. Thornton, Louise Loots: Recovery From Schizophrenia.(2001)
This article is a life experience story of Louise Thornton, a mother of three
children. Two have been diagnosed with mental illness. Her son,
diagnosed with schizoaffective disorder, has been living with the
symptoms for over 20 years. Her daughter has a dual diagnosis and...
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