Sims' Symptoms in the Mind - An Introduction to Descriptive Psychopathology by Andrew Sims and Femi Oyebode >> Book review


Medicine, Psychology, Psychiatry


The Book
As the name suggests the book introduces the reader to the various concepts of descriptive psychopathology.

For a book that is 100% content, this is quite easy to read. The theories are explained so well that it is easy for the reader to understand the most arcane of concepts related to psychology presented in the book.

The coverage is also sufficiently comprehensive. Overall, this book is a must read for anyone interested in psychopathology. It has been the favorite of several psychology students and practitioners and deservedly so.

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