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In October, the Board of Directors reviewed the applications of approximately 800 persons who wanted to become Associates of the APA. After the Board's decisions had been made, and in order to secure information on the characteristics of those elected and those rejected, Jane D. Hildreth...
The psychologist in private practice looks to the APA and university departments for leadership. Unfortunately, negative feelings toward psychotherapy exist and are directed at the private practitioner particularly. This attitude might be due to: (1) an overattachment to mental testing; (2) the...
The very brief notice, in the November issue of the , of the new degrees offered by McGill University has apparently been misleading to a number of your readers, in view of some of the letters we have been receiving in this Department. I should like to make it clear that the D.Ps.Sc. degree will...
The undersigned psychologists wish to offer what they hope are constructive comments concerning the present policies of the American Board of Examiners in Professional Psychology (ABEPP).
A statistical definition of undergraduate psychology courses in the United States is attempted. Out of the 1,778 higher educational institutions 330 were selected using a stratified-random sampling technique. Catalogues were explored to find undergraduate courses belonging to the field of...
During the recent convention of the Association in Denver I listened to a number of experimental papers that produced a strong negative reaction in me. I was impressed by the number of times an author made a statement similar to the following: "This mean is low (or high) because of the presence...
The author gathered his information through contacts with German applied psychologists. He describes in some detail the testing of foreign workers and its results, as well as the management of foreign workers. The approach of German psychologists was more clinical than psychometric. It was found...
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