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We studied 52 psychologists who are managers in public-sector, community-level mental health systems. Data included biographical, work history, and role characteristics; job responsibilities, activities, skills, and problems; and career, affective, and perceptual variables. Primary activities...
Staff perceptions of activities that may facilitate implementation of individualized counseling programs (ICPs) were surveyed. The activities are named Discussing the ICP, Understanding Concerns, Reinforcing Others' Contributions, Adapting the ICP, Building Positive Expectations, Learning About...
The realization of coherence (an orderly world) can occur as a result of personal control (egocentric) or because persons are immersed in a decentralized community system (sociocentric). In this article, effects of the prevailing egocentric metaphor on professional psychology training and...
The relation between personal flexibility/rigidity and psychotherapists' reports of stress from five work-related factors and five patient-related factors was studied in a questionnaire survey of 227 licensed psychologists with a wide range of experience. After multiple-regression equations had...
Professional identity was conceived and explored via a sample of black clinical psychology students. Theoretical perspective, values, and career goals were identified as the central aspects of professional identity. Sociopolitical professional identity (SPI) was of special interest; it was...
A survey was conducted to explore the degree to which practicing psychologists are involved in exercise programs, the patterns of exercise favored, and the degree of effect attributed to exercise on various dimensions of psychotherapy practice. Survey instruments were mailed to 262 psychologists...
Responses to a questionnaire survey of continuing education practices were obtained from 85 members of the Connecticut Psychological Association (CPA). With the exception that a high percentage (71%) reported dual occupational affiliations, the sample accurately reflected the demographic...
Much of the writing on the psychological autopsy is reviewed. Several writers opinions about what should be included in a comprehensive behavioral analysis conducted after an individual's death are compiled in an . Several additional and new areas to be covered in a psychological autopsy are...
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