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On-line abnormal and clinical psychology course materials, video and audio resources

Teaching Clinical Psychology web site developed by John Suler, Ph.D.

This site is devoted to sharing ideas and resources for teaching clinical psychology, especially undergraduate courses on abnormal psychology, psychotherapy, group dynamics, psychological testing, and clinical components of introductory psychology.

Stress Management Resources: Differential Diagnosis in Psychiatry series

A series of videos - each of which is a self-contained unit - giving an overview of the classes of mental illness. The aim is to help students to diagnose using the ICD 10 classification system. Characteristics and features of certain diagnoses are highlighted using actors and comprehensive on-screen graphics. The final programme presents four case studies (aged 22 - 30 years) of interviews showing anxiety disorders, persecution, delusions and agorophobia. Produced between 1995 – 7

Binder, P. (2007). Between Tradition and Change: Teaching Psychoanalysis Within Psychology and Psychiatry. Int. Forum Psychoanal., 16:49-52.

Psychoanalysis is a difficult topic to teach within the present intellectual landscape of psychology and medicine. My own point of departure is teaching psychoanalytic psychology and psychoanalytic therapy within the departments of clinical psychology, personality psychology, and developmental psychology, and also within the context of postgraduate clinical training for psychologists and physicians in psychoanalytic child psychotherapy. The first three of these fields are to a large extent dominated by a quantitative empiricist attitude. The “soft” data of clinical experience are regarded with mistrust, and theoretical research is often regarded as mere speculation. Psychoanalysis is seen at best as unscientific, at worst as scientific fraud. In the present climate of evidence-based medicine and clinical psychology, psychoanalysis has also got a tough match. It is mostly regarded as ineffective, time-consuming and expensive. In addition, the psychoanalytic moveme.

Questia. Read full-text books and articles on: Teaching Abnormal Psychology

Massachusetts Institute of Technology has on-line course materials for Abnormal and Clinical Psychology in the section of Brain and Cognitive Sciences Brain and Cognitive Sciences.

The World of Abnormal Psychology is a series of 13 one-hour video programs for college and high school students.

Case studies, enriched with commentary from experts, help demystify the biological, psychological, and environmental causes of dysfunctional behavior. The videos explores current theory and practice in the treatment of the mentally ill and covers the multiple approaches that prevail in the field today.

Abnormal Psychology at Films on Demand: Digital Educational Video

Films On Demand is the web-based digital video delivery service that allows to view streaming videos from Films Media Group anytime, anywhere, 24/7. More than 5,500 educational titles in various subject areas. They have 282 films on Abnormal Psychology (by September 11, 2010).

Films On Demand delivers high-quality digital video for students and faculty through online catalogs, distance learning courses and learning management systems. The films are available in full or by short segments. Special features allow users the ability to organize and bookmark clips, share playlists, personalize folders and manage the entire collection through an administrative reporting system.