The Practice of Psychology: The Battle for Professionalism

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Zeig Tucker & Theisen Publishers, 2001 - Medical - 303 pages
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The impressive list of contributors to this volume constitutes a virtual 'who's who' of professional psychology. This volume is an invaluable resource for the practitioner who wishes to understand the context for psychological practice, and for the graduate student who is learning about professional issues in psychology.
 

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Contents

The Rise of Professionalism Within American
1
The Professional School Movement
70
Impact of the Dirty Dozen and Increased
104
A Most Unlikely Prospect
116
One Psychologists Journey to Professional
208
A History of the Reimbursement
215
Heirs to the Dirty Dozen
251
From the APA Monitor From the National
257
Index
289
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Nicholas A. Cummings Nicholas A. Cummings is the president of the Foundation for Behavioral Health and Distinguished Professor at the University of Nevada, Reno. He is the former president of the American Psychological Association, founder of California School of Professional Psychology, and founding CEO of American Biodyne.

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