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The most authoritative and comprehensive text in Abnormal Psychology The esteemed author team of Jim Butcher, Sue Mineka, and Jill Hooley offers students the most thoroughly researched, engaging, and up-to-date explanation of psychopathology, creating a learning experience that provokes thought and increases awareness. By adopting a comprensive bio-psycho-social perspective, this text takes students to levels of understanding that other books do not offer. Hundreds of new references have been added to reflect the ever-changing field of abnormal psychology. This 15thedition includes specialized feature boxes highlighting many of the changes that are expected in the upcoming revision of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM-5). A better teaching and learning experience This program will provide a better teaching and learning experience- for you and your students. Here's how: Personalize Learning- The new MyPsychLab delivers proven results in helping students succeed, provides engaging experiences that personalize learning, and comes from a trusted partner with educational expertise and a deep commitment to helping students and instructors achieve their goals. Explore Research- The authors present their diverse research interests in an exciting way that provokes thought and increase awareness. Improve Critical Thinking- Review questions at the end of major sections within the chapters provide opportunities for self-assessment and reinforce learning. Engage Students- Most chapters begin with a Case Study to engage students'attention right from the outset. Support Instructors With the new MyPsychLab, Instructor's Manual, Test Bank and MyTest, ClassPrep, CRS Questions, Lecture PowerPoint and video embedded Powerpoint Slides, instructors have everything they need to engage students. Note:MyPsychLab does not come automatically packaged with this text. To purchase MyPsychLab, please visitwww.mypsychlab.comor you can purchase a ValuePack of the text + MyPsychLab (at no additional cost). ValuePack ISBN-10: 0205880266/ ValuePack ISBN-13: 9780205880263.

Author Biography

James N. Butcher was born in West Virginia. He enlisted in the Army when he was 17 years old and served in the airborne infantry for 3 years, including a 1-year tour in Korea during the Korean War. After military service, he attended Guilford College, graduating in 1960 with a BA in psychology. He received an MA in experimental psychology in 1962 and a PhD in clinical psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He was awarded Doctor Honoris Causa from the Free University of Brussels, Belgium, in 1990 and an honorary doctorate from the University of Florence, Florence, Italy in 2005. He is currently professor emeritus in the Department of Psychology at the University of Minnesota. He was associate director and director of the clinical psychology program at the university for 19 years. He was a member of the University of Minnesota Press’s MMPI Consultative Committee, which under-took the revision of the MMPI in 1989. He was formerly the editor of Psychological Assessment, a journal of the American Psychological Association, and serves as consulting editor or reviewer for numerous other journals in psychology and psychiatry. Dr. Butcher has been actively involved in developing and organizing disaster response programs for dealing with human problems following airline disasters. He organized a model crisis intervention disaster response for the Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport and organized and supervised the psychological services offered following two major airline disasters: Northwest Flight 255 in Detroit, Michigan, and Aloha Airlines on Maui. He is a fellow of the American Psychological Association and the Society for Personality Assessment. He has published 55 books and more than 200 articles in the fields of abnormal psychology, cross-cultural psychology, and personality assessment.


Susan Mineka, born and raised in Ithaca, New York, received her undergraduate degree magna cum laude in psychology at Cornell University. She received a PhD in experimental psychology from the University of Pennsylvania, and later completed a formal clinical retraining program from 1981–1984. She taught at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and at the University of Texas at Austin before moving to Northwestern University in 1987. Since 1987 she has been Professor of Psychology at Northwestern and since 1998 she has served as Director of Clinical Training there. She has taught a wide range of undergraduate and graduate courses, including introductory psychology, learning, motivation, abnormal psychology, and cognitive-behavior therapy. Her current research interests include cognitive and behavioral approaches to understanding the etiology, maintenance, and treatment of anxiety and mood disorders. She is currently a Fellow of the American Psychological Association, the American Psychological Society, and the Academy of Cognitive Therapy. She has served as Editor of the Journal of Abnormal Psychology (1990–1994). She is currently serving as an Associate Editor for Emotion, and is on the editorial boards of several of the leading journals in the field. She was also President of the Society for the Science of Clinical Psychology (1994–1995) and was President of the Midwestern Psychological Association (1997). She also served on the American Psychological Association’s Board of Scientific Affairs (1992–1994, Chair 1994), on the Executive Board of the Society for Research in Psychopathology (1992–1994, 2000–2003), and on the Board of Directors of the American Psychological Society (2001–2004). During 1997–1998 she was a fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford.


Jill M. Hooley is a professor of psychology at Harvard University. She is also the head of the experimental psychopathology and clinical psychology program at Harvard. Dr. Hooley was born in England and received a B.Sc. in Psychology from the University of Liverpool. This was followed by research work at Cambridge University. She then attended Magdalen College, Oxford, where she completed her D.Phil. After a move to the United States and additional training in clinical psychology at SUNY Stony Brook, Dr. Hooley took a position at Harvard, where she has been a faculty member since 1985.


Dr. Hooley has a long-standing interest in psychosocial predictors of psychiatric relapse in patients with severe psychopathology such as schizophrenia and depression. Her research has been supported by grants from the National Institute of Mental Health and by the Borderline Personality Disorder Research Foundation. She is currently using fMRI to study emotion regulation in people who are vulnerable to depression and in people who are suffering from borderline personality disorder. Another area of research interest is non-suicidal self-harming behaviors such as skin cutting or burning.


In 2000, Dr Hooley received the Aaron T. Beck Award for Excellence in Psychopathology Research. She is currently the president of the Society for Research in Psychopathology. The author of many scholarly publications, Dr. Hooley is an Associate Editor for Applied and Preventive Psychology.  She also serves on the editorial boards of several journals including the Journal of Family Psychology, Family Process, and Personality Disorders: Theory, Research and Treatment.  


At Harvard, Dr Hooley has taught graduate and undergraduate classes in introductory psychology, abnormal psychology, schizophrenia, mood disorders, psychiatric diagnosis, and psychological treatment. Reflecting her commitment to the scientist-practitioner model, she also does clinical work specializing in the treatment of people with depression, anxiety disorders, and personality disorders. 

Table of Contents

In this section:

1. Brief Table of Contents

2. Full Table of Contents



Chapter 1   Abnormal Psychology: An Overview 

Chapter 2   Historical and Contemporary Views of Abnormal Behavior 

Chapter 3   Causal Factors and Viewpoints 

Chapter 4   Clinical Assessment and Diagnosis 

Chapter 5   Stress and Physical and Mental Health 

Chapter 6   Panic, Anxiety, and Their Disorders 

Chapter 7   Mood Disorders and Suicide  

Chapter 8   Somatoform and Dissociative Disorders 

Chapter 9   Eating Disorders and Obesity 

Chapter 10 Personality Disorders 

Chapter 11 Substance-Related Disorders 

Chapter 12 Sexual Variants, Abuse, and Dysfunctions 

Chapter 13 Schizophrenia and Other Psychotic Disorders

Chapter 14 Neurocognitive Disorders

Chapter 15 Disorders of Childhood and Adolescence 

Chapter 16 Therapy 

Chapter 17 Contemporary and Legal Issues in Abnormal Psychology




Chapter 1 : Abnormal Psychology: An Overview   

What Do We Mean by Abnormality?   

The DSM-5 and the Definition of Mental Disorder   

Why Do We Need to Classify Mental Disorders?   

What Are the Disadvantages of Classification?   

How Can We Reduce Prejudicial Attitudes Toward the Mentally Ill?

How Does Culture Affect What Is Considered Abnormal?  

Culture-Specific Disorders   

How Common Are Mental Disorders?   

Prevalence and Incidence   

Prevalence Estimates for Mental Disorders   


Mental Health Professionals   

Research Approaches in Abnormal Psychology   

Sources of Information   

Case Studies   

Self-Report Data   

Observational Approaches   

Forming and Testing Hypotheses   

Sampling and Generalization   

Internal and External Validity   

Criterion and Comparison Groups   

Research Designs   

Studying the World as It Is: Correlational Research Designs   

Measuring Correlation   

Statistical Significance   

Effect Size


Correlations and Causality   

Retrospective Versus Prospective Strategies   

Manipulating Variables: The Experimental Method in Abnormal Psychology   

Studying the Efficacy of Therapy   

Single-Case Experimental Designs   

Animal Research   


Key Terms   


Chapter 2: Historical and Contemporary Views of Abnormal Behavior  

Historical Views of Abnormal Behavior   

Demonology, Gods, and Magic   

Hippocrates’ Early Medical Concepts   

Early Philosophical Conceptions of Consciousness   

Later Greek and Roman Thought   

Early Views of Mental Disorders in China   

Views of Abnormality During the Middle Ages   

Toward Humanitarian Approaches   

The Resurgence of Scientific Questioning in Europe   

The Establishment of Early Asylums   

Humanitarian Reform   

Nineteenth-Century Views of the Causes and Treatment of Mental Disorders Changing Attitudes Toward Mental Health in the Early Twentieth Century   

Mental Hospital Care in the Twenty-First Century   

Biological Discoveries: Establishing the Link Between the Brain and Mental Disorder   

The Development of a Classification System   

Development of the Psychological Basis of Mental Disorder   

The Evolution of the Psychological Research Tradition: Experimental Psychology  


Key Terms   


Chapter 3: Causal Factors and Viewpoints   

Causes and Risk Factors for Abnormal Behavior   

Necessary, Sufficient, and Contributory Causes   

Feedback and Bidirectionality in Abnormal Behavior   

Diathesis-Stress Models   

Viewpoints for Understanding the Causes of Abnormal Behavior   

The Biological Viewpoint and Biological Causal Factors   

Imbalances of Neurotransmitters and Hormones   

Genetic Vulnerabilities   


Brain Dysfunction and Neural Plasticity   

The Impact of the Biological Viewpoint   

The Psychological Viewpoints   

The Psychodynamic Perspectives   

The Behavioral Perspective   

The Cognitive-Behavioral Perspective   

What the Adoption of a Perspective Does and Does Not Do   

Psychological Causal Factors   

Early Deprivation or Trauma   

Inadequate Parenting Styles   

Marital Discord and Divorce   

Maladaptive Peer Relationships   

The Sociocultural Viewpoint   

Uncovering Sociocultural Factors Through Cross-Cultural Studies   

Sociocultural Causal Factors   

Low Socioeconomic Status and Unemployment   

Prejudice and Discrimination in Race, Gender, and Ethnicity   

Social Change and Uncertainty   

Urban Stressors: Violence and Homelessness   

The Impact of the Sociocultural Viewpoint   


Key Terms   


Chapter 4: Clinical Assessment and Diagnosis  

The Basic Elements in Assessment   

The Relationship Between Assessment and Diagnosis   

Taking a Social or Behavioral History   

Ensuring Culturally Sensitive Assessment Procedures   

The Influence of Professional Orientation   

Reliability, Validity, and Standardization

Trust and Rapport Between the Clinician and the Client   

Assessment of the Physical Organism   

The General Physical Examination   

The Neurological Examination   

The Neuropsychological Examination   

Psychosocial Assessment   

Assessment Interviews   

The Clinical Observation of Behavior   

Psychological Tests   

The Case of Andrea C.: Experiencing Violence in the Workplace

The Integration of Assessment Data   

Ethical Issues in Assessment   

Classifying Abnormal Behavior   

Differing Models of Classification   

Formal Diagnostic Classification of Mental Disorders   


Key Terms   


Chapter 5: Stress and Physical and Mental Health   

What Is Stress?   

Stress and the DSM   

Factors Predisposing a Person to Stress   

Characteristics of Stressors   

Measuring Life Stress


Stress and the Stress Response   

Biological Costs of Stress   

The Mind–Body Connection   

Understanding the Immune System   

Stress, Depression, and the Immune System   

Stress and Physical Health   

Cardiovascular Disease  


Coronary Heart Disease  

Risk and Causal Factors in Cardiovascular Disease  

Treatment of Stress-Related Physical Disorders  

Biological Interventions  

Psychological Interventions  

Psychological Reactions to Stress  

Adjustment Disorder  

Adjustment Disorder Caused by Unemployment

Adjustment Disorder Caused by Divorce or Separation

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder  

Acute Stress Disorder

Clinical Description

Prevalence of PTSD in the General Population  

Rates of PTSD After Traumatic Experiences  

Causal Factors in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder  

Individual Risk Factors  

Sociocultural Factors  

Long-Term Effects of Posttraumatic Stress  

Prevention and Treatment of Stress Disorders  


Treatment for Stress Disorders  

Psychological Debriefing  

Challenges in Studying Disaster Victims

Trauma and Physical Health  


Key Terms  


Chapter 6: Panic, Anxiety, and Their Disorders  

The Fear and Anxiety Response Patterns  



Overview of the Anxiety Disorders and Their Commonalities   

Specific Phobias   

Prevalence, Age of Onset, and Gender Differences  

Psychological Causal Factors  

Biological Causal Factors  


Social Phobias  

Prevalence, Age of Onset, and Gender Differences  

Psychological Causal Factors  

Biological Causal Factors  


Panic Disorder with and without Agoraphobia  

Panic Disorder  


Prevalence, Age of Onset, and Gender Differences  

Comorbidity with Other Disorders  

The Timing of a First Panic Attack  

Biological Causal Factors  

Psychological Causal Factors  


Generalized Anxiety Disorder  

Prevalence, Age of Onset, and Gender Differences  

Comorbidity with Other Disorders  

Psychological Causal Factors  

Biological Causal Factors  


Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder  

Prevalence, Age of Onset, and Gender Differences  

Comorbidity with Other Disorders  

Psychological Causal Factors  

Biological Causal Factors  


Sociocultural Causal Factors for All Anxiety Disorders  

Cultural Differences in Sources of Worry  

Taijin Kyofusho  


Key Terms  

Chapter 7: Mood Disorders and Suicide  

Mood Disorders  

Mood Disorders: An Overview  

Types of Mood Disorders

The Prevalence of Mood Disorders  

Unipolar Mood Disorders  

Depressions That Are Not Mood Disorders  

Dysthymic Disorder  

Major Depressive Disorder  

Depression Emerge During Adolescence?

Causal Factors in Unipolar Mood Disorders  

Biological Causal Factors  

Psychological Causal Factors  

Bipolar Disorders  

Cyclothymic Disorder  

Bipolar Disorders (I and II)  

Causal Factors in Bipolar Disorders  

Biological Causal Factors  

Psychological Causal Factors  

Sociocultural Factors Affecting Unipolar and Bipolar Disorders  

Cross-Cultural Differences in Depressive Symptoms  

Cross-Cultural Differences in Prevalence  

Demographic Differences in the United States  

Treatments and Outcomes  


Alternative Biological Treatments  



The Clinical Picture and the Causal Pattern  

Who Attempts and Who Commits Suicide?  

Suicide in Children  

Suicide in Adolescents and Young Adults  

Other Psychosocial Factors Associated with Suicide  

Biological Causal Factors  

Sociocultural Factors  

Suicidal Ambivalence  

Communication of Suicidal Intent  

Suicide Notes  

Suicide Prevention and Intervention  

Treatment of Mental Disorders  

Crisis Intervention  

Focus on High-Risk Groups and Other Measures  


Key Terms  


Chapter 8: Somatoform and Dissociative Disorders  

What Are Somatoform Disorders?  


Somatization Disorder  

Pain Disorder  

Conversion Disorder  

Distinguishing Somatization, Pain, and Conversion Disorders from Malingering and Factitious Disorder  

Body Dysmorphic Disorder  

What Are Dissociative Disorders?  

Depersonalization Disorder  

Dissociative Amnesia and Dissociative Fugue  

Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID)          

Sociocultural Factors in Dissociative Disorders  

Treatment and Outcomes in Dissociative Disorders  


Key Terms  


Chapter 9: Eating Disorders and Obesity  

Eating Disorders  

Clinical Aspects of Eating Disorders  

Anorexia Nervosa  

Bulimia Nervosa  

Other Forms of Eating Disorders  

Age of Onset and Gender Differences  

Prevalence of Eating Disorders  

Medical Complications of Eating Disorders  

Course and Outcome  

Diagnostic Crossover

Association of Eating Disorders with Other Forms of Psychopathology  

Eating Disorders Across Cultures  

Biological Factors  

Sociocultural Factors  

Family Influences  

Individual Risk Factors  

Treatment of Eating Disorders  

Treatment of Anorexia Nervosa  

Treatment of Bulimia Nervosa  

Treatment of Binge-Eating Disorder  


The Problem of Obesity

Medical Issues

Definition and Prevalence

Weight Stigma

Obesity and the DSM

Risk and Causal Factors in Obesity  

The Role of Genes  

Hormones Involved in Appetite and Weight Regulation  

Sociocultural Influences  

Family Influences  

Stress and “Comfort Food”  

Pathways to Obesity  

Treatment of Obesity  

Lifestyle Modifications


Bariatric Surgery

The Importance of Prevention  


Key Terms  


Chapter 10: Personality Disorders  

Clinical Features of Personality Disorders  

Difficulties Doing Research on Personality Disorders  

Difficulties in Diagnosing Personality Disorders  

Difficulties in Studying the Causes of Personality Disorders  

Cluster A Personality Disorders  

Paranoid Personality Disorder  

Schizoid Personality Disorder  

Schizotypal Personality Disorder  

Cluster B Personality Disorders  

Histrionic Personality Disorder  

Narcissistic Personality Disorder  

Antisocial Personality Disorder  

Borderline Personality Disorder  

Cluster C Personality Disorders  

Avoidant Personality Disorder  

Dependent Personality Disorder  

Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder  

Provisional Categories of Personality Disorder in DSM-IV-TR  

General Sociocultural Causal Factors for Personality Disorders  

Treatments and Outcomes for Personality Disorders  

Adapting Therapeutic Techniques to Specific Personality Disorders  

Treating Borderline Personality Disorder  

Treating Other Personality Disorders  

Antisocial Personality Disorder and Psychopathy  

Psychopathy and Antisocial Personality Disorder  

The Clinical Picture in Psychopathy and Antisocial Personality Disorder  

Causal Factors in Psychopathy and Antisocial Personality  

A Developmental Perspective on Psychopathy and Antisocial Personality  

Treatments and Outcomes in Psychopathic and Antisocial Personality  


Key Terms 


Chapter 11: Substance-Related Disorders  

Alcohol Abuse and Dependence  

The Prevalence, Comorbidity, and Demographics of Alcohol Abuse and Dependence  

The Clinical Picture of Alcohol Abuse and Dependence  

Drinking Is Too Much?  

Biological Causal Factors in the Abuse of and Dependence on Alcohol  

Psychosocial Causal Factors in Alcohol Abuse and Dependence  

Sociocultural Causal Factors  

Treatment of Alcohol-Related Disorders  

Drug Abuse and Dependence  

Opium and Its Derivatives (Narcotics)  

Cocaine and Amphetamines (Stimulants)  


Barbiturates (Sedatives)  

Hallucinogens: LSD and Related Drugs  



Stimulants: Caffeine and Nicotine  

Treatment Approach?  


Key Terms  


Chapter 12:  Sexual Variants, Abuse, and Dysfunctions  

Sociocultural Influences on Sexual Practices and Standards  

Sexual and Gender Variants  

The Paraphilias  

Causal Factors and Treatments for Paraphilias  

Gender Identity Disorders  

Sexual Abuse  

Childhood Sexual Abuse  




Treatment and Recidivism of Sex Offenders  

Sexual Dysfunctions  

Sexual Desire Disorders  

Sexual Arousal Disorders  

Orgasmic Disorders  

Sexual Pain Disorders  


Key Terms  


Chapter13: Schizophrenia and Other Psychotic Disorders  


Origins of the Schizophrenia Construct  


Clinical Picture  



Disorganized Speech and Behavior

Positive and Negative Symptoms  

Subtypes of Schizophrenia  

Other Psychotic Disorders  

Risk and Causal Factors  

Genetic Factors  

Prenatal Exposures  

Genes and Environment in Schizophrenia: A Synthesis  

A Neurodevelopmental Perspective  

Structural and Functional Brain Abnormalities

Psychosocial and Cultural Factors  

A Diathesis-Stress Model of Schizophrenia

Treatments and Outcomes  

Clinical Outcome

Pharmacological Approaches  

Psychosocial Approaches  


Key Terms  


Chapter 14: Neurocognitive Disorders  

Brain Impairment in Adults  

Diagnostic Issues  

Clinical Signs of Brain Damage  

Diffuse Versus Focal Damage  

The Neurocognitive/Psychopathology Interaction  


Clinical Picture  

Treatments and Outcomes  


Parkinson’s Disease  

Huntington’s Disease  

Alzheimer’s Disease  

Dementia from HIV-1 Infection  

Vascular Dementia  

Amnestic Disorder  

Disorders Involving Head Injury  

Clinical Picture  

Treatments and Outcomes  


Key Terms  


Chapter 15 : Disorders of Childhood and Adolesence  

Maladaptive Behavior in Different Life Periods  

Varying Clinical Pictures  

Special Psychological Vulnerabilities of Young Children  

The Classification of Childhood and Adolescent Disorders  

Common Disorders of Childhood  

Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder  

Oppositional Defiant Disorder and Conduct Disorder  

Anxiety and Depression in Children and Adolescents  

Anxiety Disorders of Childhood and Adolescence  

Childhood Depression and Bipolar Disorder  

Symptom Disorders: Enuresis, Encopresis, Sleepwalking, and Tics  

Functional Enuresis


Sleepwalking (Somnambulism)

Tic Disorders

Pervasive Developmental Disorders  


Asperger’s Disorder  

Learning Disabilities

Causal Factors in Learning Disabilities  

Treatments and Outcomes  

Mental Retardation  

Levels of Mental Retardation

Causal Factors in Mental Retardation  

Organic Retardation Syndromes  

Treatments, Outcomes, and Prevention  

Planning Better Programs to Help Children and Adolescents  

Special Factors Associated with Treatment of Children and Adolescents  

Family Therapy as a Means of Helping Children

Child Advocacy Programs    


Key Terms  


Chapter 16: Therapy  

An Overview of Treatment  

Why Do People Seek Therapy?  

Who Provides Psychotherapeutic Services?  

The Therapeutic Relationship  

Measuring Success in Psychotherapy  

Objectifying and Quantifying Change  

Would Change Occur Anyway?  

Can Therapy Be Harmful?  

What Therapeutic Approaches Should Be Used?  

Evidence-Based Treatment  

Medication or Psychotherapy?       

Combined Treatments  

Psychosocial Approaches to Treatment  

Behavior Therapy  

Cognitive and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy  

Humanistic-Experiential Therapies  

Psychodynamic Therapies  

Couple and Family Therapy  

Eclecticism and Integration  

Sociocultural Perspectives  

Social Values and Psychotherapy  

Psychotherapy and Cultural Diversity  

Biological Approaches to Treatment  

Antipsychotic Drugs  

Antidepressant Drugs  

Antianxiety Drugs  

Lithium and Other Mood-Stabilizing Drugs  

Electroconvulsive Therapy  



Key Terms  


Chapter 17: Contemporary and Legal Issues in Abnormal Psychology  

Perspectives on Prevention  

Universal Interventions  

Selective Interventions  

Indicated Interventions  

Inpatient Mental Health Treatment in Contemporary Society

The Mental Hospital as a Therapeutic Community           

Aftercare Programs


Controversial Legal Issues and the Mentally Ill     

Civil Commitment  

Assessment of “Dangerousness”  

The Insanity Defense  

Personality Disorder Limit Responsibility for a Criminal Act?  

Competence to Stand Trial

Organized Efforts for Mental Health  

U.S. Efforts for Mental Health  

International Efforts for Mental Health  

Challenges for the Future  

The Need for Planning  

The Individual’s Contribution  


Key Terms  




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