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Ch 2: Clinical Research for Abnormal Psychology

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Examine these lessons and find out how clinical research is conducted for abnormal psychology. You can use these lessons to refresh your memory about clinical research procedures, or you can get ready for an exam by studying major terms.

Clinical Research for Abnormal Psychology - Chapter Summary

Like many other medical fields, performing clinical research is vital to finding better treatments that provide patients with a higher level of care. These lessons review how clinical research can be used in abnormal psychology.

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  • Apply abnormal psychology clinical research practices
  • Map out the purpose, definition, and examples of correlational research
  • Name the uses and definition of a control group
  • Describe the limitations of clinical research

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