Discover the many facets of Abnormal Psychology with real clinical cases! There are few better ways to discover the many facets of abnormal psychology than to examine real clinical situations. Now, with Davison, Neale, and Kring's Abnormal Psychology 9/e with Cases, you get a variety of extended case studies from Oltmanns, Neale, and Davison's Case Studies in Abnormal Psychology, 6/e. The cases, which are integrated in the text at the end of each disorder chapter, are all based on actual clinical situations. Each case study describes a specific clinical problem and provides a foundation on which to organize and further discuss the material in the chapter. Together, the text and integrated cases provide an opportunity to explore many points of view in our ever-changing search for answers to the complex questions of psychopathology and gain a better understanding of how and why we act the way we do. Critical Acclaim "The book is very much on the cutting edge and I appreciate its balanced handling of contradictory or unclear findings."--Jack Blanchard, University of Maryland "The material is comprehensive and current; yet interesting and engaging."--Judy Moskowitz, University of California - San Francisco "I thought the authors did an excellent job of presenting many interesting and relevant examples of considerations and complexities in clinical psychology."--Joni Mihura, University of Toledo "The material is clear and accurate.... Students will enjoy the reading because it is so crisp. I think the authors have done a wonderful job with a complicated topic."-- Sheri Johnson, University of MiamiDavison, Gerald C. is the author of 'Abnormal Psychology With Cases', published 2004 under ISBN 9780471479581 and ISBN 0471479586.