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The exhaustive list of topics in Abnormal Psychology which we provide Help with Homework Assignment and Help with Project is as follows:

  • Defining abnormality.
  • Problem of classification of abnormal behaviour.
  • Historical perspective and contemporary concepts of abnormal behaviour.
  • The various psychosocial perspectives: Psychoanalytic, behaviouristic, humanistic, existential and interpersonal perspective.
  • The sociocultural perspective and psychopathology.
  • Personality development and adjustive demands.
  • Frustration, conflict and stress management.
  • Coping and defense mechanisms.
  • Understanding the different perspectives on causation.
  • Biological, psychological, social and cultural factors of causation.
  • Generalized anxiety disorder, nature of neurosis, neurotic patterns.
  • Anxiety neurosis, phobia, obsessive - compulsive neurosis, hysteria, hypochondria, depressive neurosis and post - traumatic stress disorder.
  • Nature of psychosomatic disorders, clinical picture and symptoms.
  • Classification of psychosomatic disorders, specific disorders, causes, treatment and outcome.
  • Schizophrenia: Subtypes, clinical picture, causal factors, treatment and outcome.
  • Paranoia: clinical picture, causal factors, treatment and outcome.
  • Mood disorders: Unipolar and bipolar disorders, involutional melancholia.
  • Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, conduct disorder, habit disorders,emotional disorders.
  • Childhood depression, learning disabilities, autism and mental Retardation.
  • Psychopathic personality, paranoid personality, dependent personality disorder.
  • Delinquent behaviour, causes of delinquency and dealing with delinquency.
  • Criminal behaviour.
  • Alcoholism: Clinical picture, causes and stages of alcohol dependence, treatment of alcoholism.
  • Drug abuse: Causes, types of drugs, dealing with drug dependence.
  • Clinical picture, causal factors, stress and suicide, suicide prevention and intervention.
  • Various therapeutic approaches, issues in assessment, perspectives on prevention.