Each of the six models of abnormality

Each of the six models of abnormality

Each of the six models of abnormality (biological, psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, humanistic-existential, sociocultural (family-social and multicultural), and the developmental psychopathology perspective).
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It is evident that there is no society that lacks some people who suffers from abnormalities. Abnormality can merely be defined as any dysfunctional in the body of a human being which render him or her to operate different from how other people are operating. Ideally, when one suffers from abnormality, he or she is considered to be deviant from expectations of the society, culture and ethics. It is paramount that any abnormal behavior depicts mental and psychological disorder in humans. This means that any abnormal behavior reflects deviation from what the society expects from you. Scientists have come up with ways to understand these abnormalities known as models. There are six models of abnormality. To this extent, therefore, this paper seeks to explore and discuss the six models of abnormality which are biological model, the behavioral model, the social cultural model, the humanistic-existence cultural model, the cognitive model and psychodynamic model (Baydoun, Campo, Sanguineti, Marcenaro,       Cavallaro, & Regazzoni, 2018, July).

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