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The programs of the local meetings of the Bay Area and the Los Angeles Area are presented
The duties and activities of the personnel consultant and classification officer in an Army Service Command Rehabilitation Center are summarized. The analysis is made mainly in terms of the writer's own experience in this capacity.
The general functions of the psychologist in a Psychiatric Unit are presented with particular reference to the subsidiary responsibilities involved. The place of the psychologist as a psychiatric adjunct is discussed.
The work of clinical psychologists in the military services is described using three sources of information: published reports in technical journals, material on file in the OPP, and consultations with various agencies. The paper gives a brief survey of clinical psychological work in the U.S....
The place and functions of the clinical psychologist in the organization of a Naval hospital are discussed.
This new test has been prepared by the Personnel Research Section in response to numerous requests from the field. Specifications were set and are described in the report. The work on the selection of tests, validity, reliability, and standardization of the final battery is described.
The combined medical and psychological program at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy is discussed in reference to the functions of the psychologist. The program is analyzed under the following headings: development, relation of psychologist to Academy organization, duties of psychologists, and...
The purposes, personnel, and procedures of the Mental Hygiene Unit at Drew Field are described.
A recently established program of clinical psychological service in all general hospitals and in the major station hospitals is analyzed under the following headings: scope of the program, qualifications of clinical psychologists, administration of the hospital program, and training of...
The basic factors arising in military psychological work which require the modification of existing clinical procedure are discussed. These factors include testing time, high reading level, time for scoring and interpretation, etc. The use of a cutting score and a method for the selection of...
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