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  • A Psychology Journal: Clinical Psychology

  • By: Steven G. Carley
  • Narrated by: Anjna Patel
  • Length: 1 hr and 2 mins
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By: Steven G. Carley
Narrated by: Anjna Patel
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Summary

Clinical Psychology discusses the evolving nature of the history of psychology while demonstrating the use of research and statistics. Obsessive compulsive disorder is discussed in detail along with the case of music icon Elvis Presley. Managed health care is the backbone to the clinical health care system.

The family structure can be to blame for mental illness as treatment of just an individual may not be as successful as meeting and treating a family as a single cohesive unit. Many may believe clinical psychology to be the only subdiscipline of the broader field yet it should be understood it is just one aspect of psychology.

©2013 Steven G Carley (P)2013 Steven G Carley

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Low quality and biased

Poor editing and mispronunciation of psychological terms were evident in this audiobook. Questionable references for a piece that is presented as scientific, such as non peer reviewed sources. Lastly, bias interpretation of research on family structure.

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