The applied psychologist
Demonstrates that applied psychologists' skills can be used in different ways in different circumstances. Identifies and describes seven roles used by most applied psychologists, including counselor, expert, theoretician, and agent for change. Specific topics include psychologists and policing, improving sports abilities, and bullying in schools. Hartley is research professor of psychology at the University of Keele. Branthwaite is qualitative research and development director at an international market research company.
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