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By Michel Hersen, Jay C. Thomas

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The excellent guide of character and Psychopathology offers the principles of significant theories of character. quantity 1 describes really expert theoretical versions and demonstrates the impression that character has on functioning. Volumes 2 and three describe the main classifications of mental issues in adults and youngsters in addition to the preferred remedy modalities. during the paintings, a workforce of eminent researchers and clinicians current info reflecting the impression of character and mental difficulties on an individual's skill to have interaction with relations and friends, and practice within the paintings or tuition atmosphere.

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