Curtis, A. (2023) ‘An app for OCD patients’, Psychology Review, 28 (4), p.27.

Eccles, S. (2023) ‘Student mental health’, Psychology Review, 28 (4), pp.8-10.
Stephen Eccles explores some of the reasons for student mental health issues, as well as discussing his own research on the topic.

Roderick, S. (2022) ‘Psychological disords: key characteristics’, Psychology Review, 28 (1), pp.16-17.
This article discusses behavioural, emotional and cognitive characteristics of phobias, depression and OCD.

Jalal, B. (2021) ‘Treating OCD using rubber hands’, Psychology Review, 26 (4), pp.27-29.
Baland Jalal explains the rubber hand illusion and how this might offer a new therapeutic approach. This article links to your unit on Psychopathology and supports your study of OCD and exposure and response prevention.

Wakefield, J. (2021) ‘Scary creatures’, Psychology Review, 26 (4), p.34.
Why do people develop phobias of some animals and not others? This article links to your unit on Psychopathology.

Cahalan, S. (2020) ‘On being sane in insane places: Rosenhan revisited’, Psychology Review, 26 (1), pp.8-11.
Susannah Cahalan considers the extent to which Rosenhan accurately reported his research.

Lewis, G. and Lewis, G. (2020) ‘Antidepressants: how do they treat depression and anxiety?’, Psychology Review, 26 (1), pp.12-15.
Gemma Lewis and Glyn Lewis give a summary of previous evidence and the results from a new large trial.

Gross, R. (2000) Aspects of Psychology: Psychopathology. Hodder and Stoughton.

Stirling, D. (1999) Psychopathology. Routledge.

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