PSY 250 - Abnormal Psychology3 Cr.
This course will examine the development, diagnostic symptoms, and clinical dimensions related to abnormal behavior as outlined in the current classification system. What is presently viewed as abnormal behavior is examined to determine if it is inappropriate or truly psychopathological behavior. Major topics include the historical, biological, psychological, and social perspectives of abnormal behavior and the comparison of different treatment modalities, their methods, and differential effectiveness. Further, this course will thoroughly examine the scientific research and empirical findings within the area of psychopathology and its implications. Meets SUNY General Education requirement for Social Sciences (SS)(Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters and in an asynchronous web-based environment.)
Pre-Requisites: PSY 110
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