Abnormal Psychology (6th Canadian Edition)

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Download Abnormal Psychology (6th Canadian Edition) written by Gordon L. Flett, Nancy Kocovski, Gerald C. Davison in PDF format. This book is under the category Psychology and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 1119335337/9781119335337. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.

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book-author

Gordon L. Flett, Nancy Kocovski, Gerald C. Davison

file-type

PDF

isbn13

9781119335337

language

English

publisher

John Wiley & Sons


Book Description

Abnormal Psychology, 6th Canadian Edition will provide your students with the most up-to-date, relevant and reliable content available in an abnormal psychology undergraduate textbook. Professors can trust that with Flett 6th Canadian edition their students have the most comprehensive and accurate content and research coverage available in a textbook providing them the foundation they need to succeed in their Canadian psychology studies.

Additional information

book-author

Gordon L. Flett, Nancy Kocovski, Gerald C. Davison

file-type

PDF

isbn13

9781119335337

language

English

publisher

John Wiley & Sons

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