Introduction to Clinical Psychology: Science, Practice, and Ethics
This text provides a broad overview of Clinical Psychology that introduces students to this interesting, diverse, and expanding discipline.
The text approaches clinical psychology in 4 main ways:
Emphasis upon science—the text examines and critiques research and practice in clinical psychology from a scientific perspective.
Emphasis upon controversies—The field of psychology was shaped by controversies; this text examines the conflict and controversies that continue to shape the discipline.
Emphasis upon contemporary clinical psychology—the text examines the field of contemporary clinical psychology.
Emphasis upon ethics—every chapter discusses ethical dilemmas faced by clinical psychologists.
Pearson/Allyn and Bacon
Clinical Psychology | Psychology
Hecker, Jeffrey E. and Thorpe, Geoffrey L., "Introduction to Clinical Psychology: Science, Practice, and Ethics" (2005). Faculty and Staff Monograph Publications. 99.