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PSYC556

Advanced Topics in Abnormal Adult Psychology

This paper builds on PSYC338 and is a core paper for students in the Clinical Diploma Programme. It explores the various manifestations of adult psychopathology and covers the key areas of diagnosis, assessment, treatment and theories of etiology. It also investigates issues associated with psychopathology, such as stigmatisation, psychiatric nosology and concepts of abnormality.

Advanced Topics in Abnormal Adult Psychology - PSYC556 (2017)

PSYC556 - 17A (HAM)

15.0 Points

This paper builds on PSYC338 and is a core paper for students in the Clinical Diploma Programme. It explores the various manifestations of adult psychopathology and covers the key areas of diagnosis, assessment, treatment and theories of etiology. It also investigates issues associated with psychopathology, such as stigmatisation, psychiatric nosology and concepts of abnormality.

Prerequisite(s): PSYC307 and PSYC338

Internal assessment/examination ratio: 7:3

Timetabled Lectures for PSYC556

Day StartEndRoomDates
Tue11:00 AM1:00 PMJ.1.10Feb 27 - Jun 4

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Indicative Fees for PSYC556

Occurrence Domestic International
 Tuition Resource 
17A (HAM) $991 $0 $3937
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Paper Outlines for PSYC556

The following 2016 paper outlines are available for PSYC556. Please contact the Faculty or School office for details on 2017 outlines.

Paper details current as of: 3 July 2017 1:29pm
Indicative fees current as of: 27 July 2017 4:30am