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  1. Core Reading 1 item
  2. Week 2: Introduction to module 1 item
    1. Abnormal psychology - Ann Kring, Sheri L. Johnson 2012

      Book Essential Chapters 1, 2 and 3

  3. Week 3: Autism spectrum disorders - neuropsychological / biological approach 4 items
    1. The amygdala theory of autism - S. Baron-Cohen, H.A. Ring, E.T. Bullmore, S. Wheelwright 2000

      Article Essential

    2. Abnormal psychology - Ann Kring, Sheri L. Johnson 2012

      Book Essential Chapter 13 pp. 438-439

    3. Imitation, mirror neurons and autism - J.H.G. Williams, A. Whiten, T. Suddendorf, D.I. Perrett 2001

      Article Essential

  4. Week 4: Autism spectrum disorders - cognitive approach 4 items
    1. Abnormal psychology - Ann Kring, Sheri L. Johnson 2012

      Book Essential Chapter 13 pp. 432-442

  5. Week 6: Schizophrenia - biological approach 5 items
    Core readings
    1. Ventricular enlargement in schizophrenia: a primary change in the temporal lobe? - Steven A. Chance, Margaret M. Esiri, Timothy J. Crow 2003

      Article Essential

    2. Ventricular Enlargement in Poor-Outcome Schizophrenia - Kenneth L. Davis, Monte S. Buchsbaum, Lina Shihabuddin, Jacqueline Spiegel-Cohen 1998

      Article Essential

    3. Principles of neuropsychopharmacology - Robert S. Feldman, Jerrold S. Meyer, Linda F. Quenzer 1997

      Book Essential Chapter 18

    4. Reduced prefrontal activity predicts exaggerated striatal dopaminergic function in schizophrenia. - Meyer-Lindenberg, AndreasMiletich, Robert S.Kohn, Philip D.Esposito, GiuseppeCarson, Richard E.Quarantelli, MarioWeinberger, Daniel R.Berman, Karen Faith 2002

      Article Essential

  6. Week 7: Schizophrenia - cognitive approach 6 items
    Core readings
    1. Human cognitive neuropsychology: a textbook with readings - Andrew W. Ellis 1996

      Book Essential

    2. Capgras delusion: a window on face recognition - Hadyn D. Ellis, Michael B. Lewis 2001

      Article Essential

    3. Reduced autonomic responses to faces in Capgras delusion - H. D. Ellis, A. W. Young, A. H. Quayle, K. W. De Pauw 1997

      Article Essential

    4. Abnormal psychology - Ann Kring, Sheri L. Johnson 2012

      Book Essential

  7. Week 8: Depression - a multi-perspective approach 2 items
    1. Principles of neuropsychopharmacology - Robert S. Feldman, Jerrold S. Meyer, Linda F. Quenzer 1997

      Book Essential Chapters 9 & 19

    2. Abnormal psychology - Ann Kring, Sheri L. Johnson 2012

      Book Essential Chapter 5

  8. Week 9: Anxiety - a multi-perspective approach 2 items
    1. Principles of neuropsychopharmacology - Robert S. Feldman, Jerrold S. Meyer, Linda F. Quenzer 1997

      Book Essential Chapters 9, 16 & 19

    2. Abnormal psychology - Ann Kring, Sheri L. Johnson 2012

      Book Essential Chapter 6

  9. Week 10: Normal and pathological ageing - biological approach 3 items
    Core reading
    1. Aging Gracefully: Compensatory Brain Activity in High-Performing Older Adults - Roberto Cabeza, Nicole D. Anderson, Jill K. Locantore, Anthony R. McIntosh 2002

      Article Essential

    2. Delayed-start analysis: Mild Alzheimer's disease patients in solanezumab trials, 3.5 years - Hong Liu-Seifert, Eric Siemers, Karen C. Holdridge, Scott W. Andersen 2015

      Article Essential

  10. Week 11: Degenerative brain disorders - cognitive approach 5 items
    Core reading
    1. Biological psychology: an introduction to behavioral, cognitive, and clinical neuroscience - S. Marc Breedlove, Neil Verne Watson 2013

      Book Essential An earlier edition of this book is also available from the Library

    2. Memory impairment, executive dysfunction, and intellectual decline in preclinical Alzheimer's disease - Ellen Grober, Charles B. Hall, Richard B. Lipton, Alan B. Zonderman 2008

      Article Essential

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