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The clinical psychologist "besides meeting certain basic personality requirements and having a breadth of educational background" should be competent to perform diagnosis, research, and therapy. Details of the undergraduate and graduate educational programs are presented. A "didactic' analysis...
Reviews the book, by Albert Walton . Explaining psychology to industrial supervisors whose reading habits are adjusted to newspaper level is no easy task. In a preface written by Dr. B. V. Moore we are assured that Dr. Walton has been very successful in stating "the essential concepts and...
Reviews the book, by Walter F. Dearborn and John W. M. Rothney . To those who have read the title of this book as carrying a more positive implication, it may be frustrating to learn that there are still so many unknowns in the growth process. Some consolation, however, is to be gained from the...
High among the goals of the educational program "should be that of developing in the student increased competence in identifying his own strengths and weaknesses and in planning accordingly." "This responsibility cannot be assumed by the student unless he is working toward goals real to him....
Reviews the book, edited by L. Farago . The tempo of modern thought makes the position of a reviewer difficult. Although this book, now in its second printing, has been published only a few months, and at any other period of the world's history would be considered amazing and revolutionary,...
Reviews the book, by E. G. Williamson and T. R. Sarbin (1940). In 1927, when a committee under the chairmanship of D. G. Paterson surveyed the student personnel program at the University of Minnesota, it was found that already in that institution there were "literally scores of agencies and...
The author disputes the accuracy of several statements, mainly historical, made by P. M. Symonds (see 16: 4551).
Reviews the book, by Paul Horst with the collaboration of Paul Wallin and Louis Guttman and other assistants . This monograph has the descriptive subtitle "A Survey of Logical Problems and Research Techniques, with Illustrative Application to Problems of Vocational Selection, School Success,...
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