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The Developmental Psychology of Psychopathology

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The Developmental Psychology of Psychopathology
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Publisher: Narcissus Publications
ISBN/ASIN: B0054JIQIK
Number of pages: 184

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Psychopathology as the outcome of problems in early childhood development. Contents: Brain and Personality; Psychosexual Stages of Development; Gender and Personality Disorders; The Genetic Roots of Personality Disorders; Defense Mechanisms; etc.

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