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Differences in perspective about psychopathology and its treatment may create many of the difficulties in communication between clinical psychologists and psychiatrists. These differences, engendered by different training experiences, include how the professions view science, diagnosis, clinical...
This article examines current research methodology in psychology in the context of Serlin and Lapsley’s response to Meehl’s critiques of the scientific practices of psychologists. The argument is made that Serlin and Lapsley’s appeal to Lakatos’s philosophy of science to defend the...
Debate on psychology’s role in social action centers on whether an acceptable minimal standard for social activism by members of the profession and the profession as a whole can be determined. The debate is often couched in political terms. This article examines psychology’s role in social...
Psychological maltreatment appears to be more prevalent and potentially more destructive than other forms of child abuse and neglect. However, it receives little attention from the public or professional sector and is seldom the target of research or intervention. This article reviews the...
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