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Presents the citation of the American Psychological Foundation's Distinguished Contributions to Education in Psychology Award for 1970. Freda Gould Rebelsky is one of this year's recipients. Her award citation reads: "Superlative teacher, creative developer of new courses, respected model for...
Responds to A. Boneau and W. Simmons's (1970) status report on accreditation in clinical training and urges innovative programs within the framework of the established psychological specialties. This goal may be achieved by outlining the direction within a specialty and developing core courses.
At the Annual Meeting of the APA in Miami Beach, Florida, on September 5, 1970, the American Psychological Foundation (APF) announced the recipients of the Gold Medal Award and the Distinguished Contributions to Education in Psychology Awards. Presentations were made by APF President Nicholas...
In 1970, the category for the American Psychological Foundation's Media Award was books. However, the Award Committee judged that no book published during the reviewed period was worthy of an award.
Presents the Summary Report of Journal Operations for the American Psychological Association for the year 1969.
Presents the citation of the 1970 American Psychological Association's Distinguished Scientific Contribution Award winner, David Krech. The award citation reads: "The friends of David Krech will say that his career has been brilliant, varied, and consistently creative. His enemies will say that...
Presents the Annual Report (1969-1970) of the American Psychological Association Policy and Planning Board. During the past year, the Policy and Planning Board has come to grips with a number of the major issues now confronting psychology. In doing so, it took stock of the pressures within the...
Presents the citation of the American Psychological Foundation's Distinguished Contributions to Education in Psychology Award for 1970. Fred S. Keller is one of this year's recipients. His award citation reads: "Pioneer in applying behaviorism to the teaching of psychology. He and his followers...
At the Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association (APA) in Washington, D. C., on September 5, 1970, the APA announced the recipient of the Richardson Creativity Award, established by the Richardson Foundation in 1965. The award is given for "the most outstanding contribution during...
Comments on R. D. Roberts and G. Solomons's discussion of the role of the school psychologist. The title may be misleading, since Roberts and Solomons used a restricted methodology that failed to elicit from their Ss the gamut of functions of school psychologists.
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