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Abnormal Psychology

Abnormal psychology is the study of unusual patterns of behavior, emotion, and thought, which could possibly be understood as mental disorders.  For the purpose of clarity, this guide breaks down the study of abnormal psychology into three categories: Mood Disorders, Eating Disorders, and Other Psychopathologies.  However, individual resources may focus on specializations.

The library provides various types of electronic resources to support the topic of Abnormal Psychology.  Click on subtopics below to access.

Mood Disorders

Eating Disorders

Other Psychopathologies