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A common bond of licensed psychologists is taking the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP). The authors discuss how test takers feel about the EPPP as a basis for entry into the profession of psychology. Reasons for perceptions are discussed and suggestions for creating more...
Involvement in the Department of Defense Psychopharmacology Demonstration Project (PDP) was a fascinating process for those psychologists immersed in the novel health science curriculum based in a traditional model of medical education. The PDP may be viewed as the compression of several years of...
Consumer satisfaction is widely used as an indicator of treatment quality; however, recent research in public clinics has found very little relationship between satisfaction and problem change. No research on private practice satisfaction has been reported. The current study compared satisfaction...