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Question..Discuss the ways in which abnormal behavior has been defined.

we hav to answer This question by Distingushing normal behavior from Abnormal

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By Explianing the appproches/model to study Abnormal behavior
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Question..Discuss the ways in which abnormal behavior has been defined.

we hav to answer This question by Distingushing normal behavior from Abnormal

OR

By Explianing the appproches/model to study Abnormal behavior

The main theme of this question is to define abnormal behaviour in different ways OR how to distinguish abnormal behvaiour from Normal behaviour OR in how many an abnormal behaviour can be diagnosed.



The different ways in which abnormal behaviour can be defined are

1. Statistical Definition : Frequently occuring behaviour would be considered normal, and behaviour that is rare would be abnormal.

2. Social Norm Deviance Another way of defining Abnormal behviour is to see that something goes against the norms and standards of society in which the individual lives

3.Subjective discomfort

4.inability to function normally

define and explain all of the above in detail with examples

and in the last you will have to give the Final definition of abnormal behaviour.

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thanks for guiding...bt the book m studing (feldman) has two topics regharding this question..One is approches/models to abnormal behaviour and The 2nd Is present elements to distinguish normal.b from Abnormal...so i m jst bogged down ..i think both through both the above topics v can explain it but which will be the best and relitive...
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from Feldman

Chapter: PSYCHOLOGICAL DISORDERS

topic : defining abnormality has to be written in detail

and the perspectives on abnormality should also be discussed.

in feldman book the answer to this question lies on page 531-536.
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@Yousufzai

She is right. Criteria for abnormality is given in the Robert Feldman's book.

CHAPTER = 16 (Psychological Disorders)

Page = 537

Abnormality as deviation from the average;
Abnormality as deviation from the ideal;
Abnormality as a sense of subjective discomfort;
Abnormality as the inability to function effectively; and
Abnormality as a legal concept.

This is what I found. You are also suggested to google your question on the google.

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plz guide me where suld i read or prepare the chapters of developmental psychology????

also from shld i prepare objectives of psy.???
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plz guide me where suld i read or prepare the chapters of developmental psychology????

also from shld i prepare objectives of psy.???
m also facing the same problem regarding Development psychology ( though given in detail in Feldman but dont knw how to squeeze it ).... juvilne delinquncy and crminal behavior and sources of clinical diagnoses and clinical judgement

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plz guide me where suld i read or prepare the chapters of developmental psychology????

also from shld i prepare objectives of psy.???
For developmental psychology David myers book is good.

For objectives,Past papers and prepare research portion well.

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m also facing the same problem regarding Development psychology ( though given in detail in Feldman but dont knw how to squeeze it )....
@silent Volcane plz comment..
I have mentioned above.

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I prepared these topics from notes.i will search for these topics in books.i will tell u later.
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plz tel me from where shuld i to prepare other topics

juvenile delinquency/criminal behavior
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i prepared from notes.I will search in the books which i have.then i will tell you.
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