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This is a comment on Lawshe's "Of Management and Measurement" (Amer. Psychologist, 1959, 14, 290-294).
The clinical psychologist as tester in the diagnostic triad (patient, referring person, and tester) may have the role of a technician or consultant. As a technician, he is concerned with comparing the patient with others (diagnostic categorization); as a consultant, he attempts to understand the...
The following are discussed: Opinions Concerning the General Issue; Current Practices in "Maintenance of Peace" (International cooperation, Compromise, Arms regulation, Persuasion, Deterrent power); Contributions by Psychologists (Search for Psychological Components, Summarizing and Integrating...
"My aim in this essay is to raise the question "Is there such a thing as mental illness?' and to argue that there is not." Major sections are: Mental Illness as a Sign of Brain Disease; Mental Illness as a Name for Problems in Living; The Role of Ethics in Psychiatry; Choice, Responsibility, and...
This is a comment in response to a statement made in the August 1959 issue (pp. 480-488) of the American Psychologist in an article by John G. Darley, regarding scholarship and fellowship programs, such as the National Merit Scholarship Corporation and others.
"The techniques of industrial psychology offer striking advantages not only to Africans at the employee level but to managements as well." The industrial psychology of Africa is mostly influenced by the British and French. Considerable American influence was apparent in South Africa and Liberia....
This is a comment on the Estes' Park report (Amer. Psychologist, 1959, 14, 167- 179), in which the committee writes somewhat facetiously about the "stereotype" of research. Considered in a wider frame of reference their remarks may appear in a somewhat different light.
Institutions in 48 states housing persons legally defined as "criminally insane" were sent questionnaires; 89% were returned. The ratio of patients per psychologists varies greatly––from 5 to 2000 per psychologist. "41% of the psychologists are full-time, while 56% of the units have only...
2 sets of "minimum standards for engaging in the independent private practice of psychology (whether full-time or part-time), and for representing oneself as so engaged (by means of Directory listings, announcements of practice, and the like)" are proposed. Possession of the doctoral degree in...
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