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"To me, one obvious criticism of what has happened in the last 25 years is the domination of theories of learning by the rat." "I predict that there will be a social revolution among students of learning wherein man re-establishes his dominance over the rat." "My prediction is . . . a frontal...
Comments on a note from Dr. Frederick C. Thorne appearing in the March issue of American Psychologist (1956, 11, 152), entitled "Psychologists, Heal Thyselves!" Thorne's note addressed the handling by the American Psychological Association of ethics cases involving individual members. Here, the...
"An important current advance in both comparative psychology and physiology during the last ten years has been the development of a very considerable number of laboratories devoted, at least in part, to the use of primates as experimental subjects." During the next twenty-five years a truly...
"Although counseling psychology leaves to other psychologists the major responsibility for treating psychological disasters, the counseling psychologist may be found working in the full range of social settings. He has unique resources, e.g., tests and other methods of psychological evaluation,...
Presents briefs regarding the activities of state psychological associations in the US. Particular attention is paid to the certification and licensing of psychologists by a selection of individual states, and the relevant legislative processes involved.
"On recommendation of the Committee on Evaluation, the Education and Training Board with the concurrence of the Board of Directors of the American Psychological Association has approved the doctoral training programs in clinical psychology and in counseling psychology that are conducted by the...
It has been the experience of six graduate students in clinical psychology at the Florida State University that the adage "Physician, heal thyself might profitably be amended to "Psychologists, heal each other." Inasmuch as a psychotherapeutic group composed of clinical psychologists is rather...
The "rule-of-thumb method" for generating personality descriptions from tests involves the clinician's personal experience, skill, and creative artistry; the "cookbook method" refers to "the transition from psychometric pattern to personality description is an automatic, mechanical, "clerical'...
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