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Clinical Psychology Unit. Doctor of Clinical Psychology  

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Clinical Psychology Unit. Doctor of Clinical Psychology Annual Placement Report November 2013 standards for clinical psychology training programmes, as set out the placements they completed between September 2012 and October 2013. Clinical

Stone, J. V.

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Respecialization in clinical psychology  

Microsoft Academic Search

Surveyed 371 departments that offer graduate programs in psychology to determine their current respecialization efforts. Program directors from 43 departments indicated that they are currently involved in respecialization efforts, 26 of these in clinical psychology. A 2nd questionnaire was sent to the 149 students identified as having been involved in clinical respecialization, and responses were received from 65. Results show

George Stricker; James W. Hull; Jan Woodring

1984-01-01

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Clinical Psychology in India  

Microsoft Academic Search

Scientific Psychology in India has seen steady development since its inception in the early 1900s. With clinical psychology developing as an independent profession, clinical psychologists have been functioning in various roles, offering a wide range of services in consultation, training, research, and private practice on multidisciplinary teams as well as in independent practice. This paper focuses on the historical roots

P. S. D. V. Prasadarao; Paulomi Matam Sudhir

2001-01-01

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Clinical Psychology Unit November 2011  

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Clinical Psychology Unit Annual Report November 2011 Department of Psychology Faculty of Science details the major activities of the Clinical Psychology Unit. This includes the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (DClin Psy), the Diploma in High Intensity Psychological Interventions (Dip HP), the Certificate

Li, Yi

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Clinical Psychology Unit December 2012  

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Clinical Psychology Unit Annual Report December 2012 Department of Psychology Faculty of Science INTRODUCTION This report details the major activities of the Clinical Psychology Unit. This includes the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (DClin Psy), the Diploma in High Intensity Psychological Interventions (Dip

Stone, J. V.

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Clinical Psychology Unit November 2013  

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Clinical Psychology Unit Annual Report November 2013 Department of Psychology Faculty of Science INTRODUCTION This report details the major activities of the Clinical Psychology Unit. This includes the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (DClin Psy), the Diploma in High Intensity Psychological Interventions (Dip

Stone, J. V.

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Teaching Clinical Psychology  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Teaching Clinical Psychology, created by Dr. John Suler of Rider University, is devoted to �sharing ideas and resources for teaching clinical psychology.� Helpful for students and educators in the fields of mental health and human services counseling, this site contains practical in-class exercises, such as an exercise which illustrates what it is like to share secrets with strangers, and syllabi for courses in the clinical psychology curriculum. There are also larger projects for students, including an in-depth analysis of a psychotherapy case study and a role-play project which has students administer, score, and interpret a series of psychological tests given to a classmate.

Suler, John R., 1955-

2006-12-02

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Professional Doctorate in Clinical Psychology  

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Professional Doctorate in Clinical Psychology Programme information #12;www.bath.ac.uk/psychology/clinical #12;Professional Doctorate in Clinical Psychology Introduction and overview from the Programme Director As the most recently established Doctorate in Clinical Psychology the Bath team has combined well

Burton, Geoffrey R.

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MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY PROGRAM  

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MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY PROGRAM Proposal for Doctoral Qualifying Examination, is an agreement between you and the DQE committee, representing the Clinical Psychology Program, for your planned between the student and the committee, representing the Clinical Psychology Program. Signing this affirms

Sanders, Matthew

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Clinical Psychology for Cardiac Disease  

Microsoft Academic Search

\\u000a From its very beginning, modern scientific psychology has dealt with issues regarding mind-body, health-disease relationships;\\u000a in particular, clinical psychology, in its various applications, has tried to provide a structure to psychological concepts\\u000a tied to organic disease. Clinical psychology is described as the area of psychology whose objectives are the explanation,\\u000a understanding, interpretation and reorganization of dysfunctional or pathological mental processes,

E. Molinari; L. Bellardita; A. Compare

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Student Handbook Doctoral Subprogram in Clinical Psychology  

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Student Handbook Doctoral Subprogram in Clinical Psychology The City...................................................................................................5 C. The Clinical Psychology Subprogram: Relationship with the Graduate

Johnson Jr.,, Ray

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DOCTOR OF PSYCHOLOGY IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY  

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Forest was established in 1979 as an institution of higher learning in the field of clinical psychology. From the beginning, its purpose was to provide an alternative to traditional PhD programs for individuals desiring an education preparing them to serve primarily as direct providers of mental health services rather than as researchers or academicians. The PsyD degree was chosen because it is a practitioner?oriented degree; clinical psychology was selected because, as reflected in the following description, its approach and goals are suited to Forests purpose. The field of Clinical Psychology integrates science, theory and practice to understand, predict and alleviate maladjustment, disability and discomfort as well as to promote human adaptation, adjustment and personal development. Clinical psychology focuses on the intellectual, emotional, biological, psychological, social and behavioral aspects of human functioning across the life span, in varying cultures, and at all socioeconomic levels. (Society of Clinical Psychology, n.d., 1) Design of the PsyD program at Forest reflects the commitment of administration and faculty to developing competent entry?level practitioner?scholars and their belief that, to become highly

Psyd Program; Program Background

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The Department of Psychology A Path into Clinical Psychology  

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The Department of Psychology Presents A Path into Clinical Psychology Tuesday, March 18, 2014 5 students and faculty in the field of clinical psychology. Panel experts will discuss the following: What is Clinical Psychology Differences between Counseling & Clinical Psychology Differences between degrees (e

Liu, Taosheng

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UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY UNIT  

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UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY UNIT DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY FACULTY OF SCIENCE Doctor of Clinical Psychology Pre-Registration Programme Intake September 2011 #12;#12;WELCOME TO THE SHEFFIELD CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY TRAINING PROGRAMME CONTENTS CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY UNIT STAFF 3 STAFF PHOTOS

Li, Yi

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UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY UNIT  

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UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY UNIT DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY FACULTY OF SCIENCE Doctor of Clinical Psychology Pre-Registration Programme Intake September 2013 #12;WELCOME TO THE SHEFFIELD CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY TRAINING PROGRAMME CONTENTS CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY UNIT STAFF 3 STAFF PHOTOS 4

Stone, J. V.

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Positive Psychology in Clinical Practice  

Microsoft Academic Search

Ke yW ords well being, strength(s), meaning, flow, happiness ? Abstract Positive psychology is the scientific study of positive experiences and positive individual traits, and the institutions that facilitate their development. A field concerned with well-being and optimal functioning, positive psychology aims to broaden the focus of clinical psychology beyond suffering and its direct alleviation. Our proposed conceptual framework parses

Angela Lee Duckworth; Tracy A. Steen; Martin E. P. Seligman

2005-01-01

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Clinical Psychology Program Department of Psychology, Marquette University  

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-3. ___ Froedtert Neuropsych--Adult ___ Froedtert Trauma/Health ___ Froedtert Neuropsych--Child/PINT ___ RogersClinical Psychology Program Department of Psychology, Marquette University Request to Attend

Sanders, Matthew

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Reestablishing Clinical Psychology's Subjective Core  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Comments on the report by the APA Presidential Task Force on Evidence-Based Practice (see record 2006-05893-001) entitled Evidence-based practice in psychology. The Task Force is to be commended for their report valuing evidence from "clinical expertise" on a par with "research data" (p. 272) in guiding psychological practices. The current author

Hunsberger, Peter Hume

2007-01-01

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The future of clinical psychology  

Microsoft Academic Search

Reviews the present status of clinical psychology. An analysis is presented of the reasons for the failure of clinical psychologists to provide strong supporting evidence for the utility of their diagnostic and therapeutic techniques, for the declining interest in diagnostic testing, and for the proliferation of new methods of intervention. A new conception of clinical practice, research, and graduate training

Julian B. Rotter

1973-01-01

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Clinical Psychology Training Program (an APA accredited program)*  

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1 CPTP Clinical Psychology Training Program (an APA accredited program)* Department of Psychology Psychology Training Program Department of Psychology University of Nebraska­Lincoln The Clinical Psychology & Cole, 1976). Historically, the University of Nebraska's Clinical Psychology Training Program

Logan, David

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CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY DOCTORAL PROGRAM GRADUATE STUDENT HANDBOOK  

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2012-2013 CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY DOCTORAL PROGRAM GRADUATE STUDENT HANDBOOK The Texas Tech Univeristy Clinical Psychology docotral program is accredited by the American Psychological Association American, DC 20002-4242 Phone: (202) 336-5500, TDD: (202) 336-6123 #12;TTU Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program

Gelfond, Michael

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CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY DOCTORAL PROGRAM GRADUATE STUDENT HANDBOOK  

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2013-2014 CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY DOCTORAL PROGRAM GRADUATE STUDENT HANDBOOK The Texas Tech Univeristy Clinical Psychology doctoral program is accredited by the American PsychologicalAssociation (APA.apa.org/ed/accreditation Email: apaaccred@apa.org #12;TTU Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program 2 2013-2014 Graduate Student

Zhuang, Yu

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Questionnaire for Seniors Majoring in General Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Biopsychology,  

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1 Questionnaire for Seniors Majoring in General Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Biopsychology, Engineering Psychology, or Cognitive & Brain Science Congratulations on (almost, at least) completing college and your major in Psychology. We would greatly appreciate your views on your experience with the major

Patel, Aniruddh D.

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Computer applications in clinical psychology  

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The computer-assisted analysis is not currently a novelty, but a necessity in all areas of psychology. A number of studies that examine the limits of the computer assisted and analyzed interpretations, also its advantages. A series of studies aim to assess how the computer assisting programs are able to establish a diagnosis referring to the presence of certain mental disorders. We will present the results of one computer application in clinical psychology regarding the assessment of Theory of Mind capacity by animation.

Zamo?teanu, Alina Oana

2012-01-01

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HANDBOOK FOR DOCTORAL CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY STUDENTS MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY  

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HANDBOOK FOR DOCTORAL CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY STUDENTS MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY UPDATED OCTOBER, 2013 #12;Clinical Psychology Handbook 2 Updated October, 2010 HANDBOOK FOR DOCTORAL CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY STUDENTS MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY, DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY CONTENTS PURPOSE AND SCOPE

Sanders, Matthew

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HANDBOOK FOR DOCTORAL CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY STUDENTS MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY  

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HANDBOOK FOR DOCTORAL CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY STUDENTS MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY UPDATED OCTOBER, 2010 #12;Clinical Psychology Handbook 2 Updated October, 2010 HANDBOOK FOR DOCTORAL CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY STUDENTS MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY, DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY CONTENTS PURPOSE AND SCOPE

Sanders, Matthew

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HANDBOOK FOR DOCTORAL CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY STUDENTS MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY  

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HANDBOOK FOR DOCTORAL CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY STUDENTS MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY UPDATED OCTOBER, 2012 #12;Clinical Psychology Handbook 2 Updated October, 2012 HANDBOOK FOR DOCTORAL CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY STUDENTS MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY, DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY CONTENTS PURPOSE AND SCOPE

Sanders, Matthew

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HANDBOOK FOR DOCTORAL CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY STUDENTS MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY  

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HANDBOOK FOR DOCTORAL CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY STUDENTS MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY UPDATED OCTOBER, 2009 #12;Clinical Psychology Handbook 2 Updated August, 2009 HANDBOOK FOR DOCTORAL CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY STUDENTS MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY, DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY CONTENTS PURPOSE AND SCOPE

Sanders, Matthew

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Clinical psychology seen some 50 years later  

Microsoft Academic Search

Important developmental aspects of the history of clinical psychology over the past 50 yrs are considered, beginning with the author's own early Jamesian orientation toward viewing psychology (experimental and clinical) as a unity. Several reports influencing the development of clinical training in psychology are described, including the 1945 report of the Subcommittee on Graduate Internship Training to the Committees of

David Shakow

1978-01-01

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Clinical Psychology Center Center Review Recommendation  

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Clinical Psychology Center Center Review Recommendation B. Review and Approval Process 2 to address issues of common interest. The purpose of the Clinical Psychology Center (CPC) is to serve and the Missoula community. Clinical psychology research endeavors focus on a broad range of `therapy outcomes

Vonessen, Nikolaus

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UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW DOCTORATE IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY  

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UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW DOCTORATE IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY PROGRAMME HANDBOOK 2013--2014 The University of Glasgow, charity no. SC004401 #12;#12;DOCTORATE IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY HANDBOOK Page 3 TABLE OF CONTENTS 3.2 The Doctorate In Clinical Psychology .................................................... 19 3

Guo, Zaoyang

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Career change within psychology: Retraining nonclinical psychologists in clinical psychology  

Microsoft Academic Search

Collected the 1st reported empirical data concerning opportunities for career changes within psychology. 124 directors of American Psychological Association-approved clinical and counseling programs were asked, via questionnaire, if they would consider for clinical training students with backgrounds in generalexperimental psychology. Of the clinical program directors, 13% answered Yes, 37% No, and 42% Under special circumstances. Of the counseling program directors,

J. B. Goebel

1979-01-01

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An asocial psychology and a misdirected clinical psychology  

Microsoft Academic Search

Discusses psychology's emphasis on the individual organism, an emphasis that ill prepared psychology in the post-World War II period for the public arena. One of the consequences for clinical psychology was that it became embroiled in the traditions of American medicine. The adverse effects of this are explored and discussed. (10 ref)

Seymour B. Sarason

1981-01-01

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UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY UNIT  

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during teaching time 9 Relevant names and addresses 10 Psychology Department Health and Safety Policy 11UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY UNIT DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY FACULTY OF SCIENCE in collaboration with NHS YORKSHIRE & THE HUMBER AND THE PSYCHOLOGY SERVICES OF SOUTH YORKSHIRE PROGRAMME HANDBOOK

Oakley, Jeremy

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Revised: 9/25/13 CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY MAJOR CONCENTRATION FORM  

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Revised: 9/25/13 CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY MAJOR CONCENTRATION FORM (To be submitted with University as follows: I. Eight required courses 1. Psychology 1 _______________________ 2. Psychology 12 ______________________ 3. Psychology 31 ______________________ 4. Psychology 38 _____________________ 5. Psychology 71

Patel, Aniruddh D.

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3 Introduction 4 Training in Clinical Psychology  

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, in the Department of Psychology at the University of Canterbury, at the request of the Department of Health1 2 Contacts 3 Introduction 4 Training in Clinical Psychology 4 Entry Requirements 6 Scholarship Justice Psychology 16 Overview of Programme 40 Clinical Placements 41 Profile of Employment Post

Hickman, Mark

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UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW DOCTORATE IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY  

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UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW DOCTORATE IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY PROGRAMME HANDBOOK 2013--2014 APPENDICES #12;DOCTORATE IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY HANDBOOK Page 140 INDEX OF APPENDICES Appendix 2.1 Doctoral Programme Appendix 9.4 Marking Framework For Service Based Evaluation Project........234 #12;DOCTORATE IN CLINICAL

Guo, Zaoyang

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pSychology, clinicAl-coMMunity  

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pSychology, clinicAl-coMMunity College of Liberal Arts Department of Psychology 907-474-7012 uaf in clinical-community psychology is accredited by the American Psychological Association as a clinical psychology program. The PhD program in clinical-community psychology with a rural, indigenous emphasis

Hartman, Chris

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A brief history of clinical psychology  

Microsoft Academic Search

The history of clinical psychology from just prior to the turn of the century to date is reviewed. Included are the topics: the psychometric tradition; the dynamic tradition; the psychologist in the clinic, the child guidance center, the mental hospital, and the home for mentally defective; psychology as a profession. These topics are organized under the headings of the 1920's

Robert I. Watson

1953-01-01

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Clinical psychology in medical settings: Psychology's role in health care  

Microsoft Academic Search

The number of clinical psychologists working in medical settings has grown along with the range of services provided by psychologists to patients with a multitude of medical problems across the lifespan. Medical care cost savings brought about by these psychological interventions is highlighted along with issues of public policy and specialization of training. The opportunity for ongoing development of clinical

Ronald H. Rozensky

1994-01-01

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Jewish Quotas in Clinical Psychology?: The Journal of Clinical Psychology and the Scandal of 1945  

Microsoft Academic Search

In 1945 Frederick Thorne, editor of the Journal of Clinical Psychology, proposed to limit the acceptance of Jewish applicants to clinical psychology graduate schools. A public scandal erupted over this proposed limit, which was modeled on Jewish quotas in medical education. Criticized by the mass media and most psychologists, Thornes proposal was repudiated by the Eastern Psychological Association and the

Ben Harris

2009-01-01

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The Virginia program in CliniCal psyChology  

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, to be awarded jointly. The degree of Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) is offered through with the Council of Directors. The Council is composed of one Director of Clinical Psychology Training from each

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Revised Sept 2010 CRICOS Provider #00120C Department of Psychology Supplementary Information for Clinical Psychology  

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for Clinical Psychology This form must be returned to the ANU with your formal application for study by 31 Psychology (coursework) 9063 Doctor of Psychology (Clinical) (research) 9064 Doctor of Philosophy (Clinical to Clinical Psychology (including things like Diplomas, short courses and workshops

Botea, Adi

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Revised May 2013 CRICOS Provider #00120C Research School of Psychology Supplementary Information for Clinical Psychology  

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for Clinical Psychology This form must be returned to the ANU with your formal application for study by 31 Psychology (coursework) 9063 Doctor of Psychology (Clinical) (research) 9064 Doctor of Philosophy (Clinical to Clinical Psychology (including things like Diplomas, short courses and workshops

Botea, Adi

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VASDHS/UCSD CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY POSTDOCTORAL RESIDENCY PROGRAM  

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VASDHS/UCSD CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY POSTDOCTORAL RESIDENCY PROGRAM The VASDHS/UCSD Clinical Psychology residency program in clinical psychology. In close affiliation with the University of California, San Diego. In the PSR Track, two clinical psychology positions are available. Residents provide PSR services to veterans

Squire, Larry R.

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The uncertain future of clinical psychology  

Microsoft Academic Search

Examines the forces operating to inhibit the growth of clinical psychology, including the location of clinical training in the graduate school, the incompatibilities between a science and a profession, and the inappropriateness of the psychiatric setting and medical model. Consideration of the cost of viable alternatives includes 4 possible courses: (a) perpetuation of the Boulder model, (b) development of separate

George W. Albee

1970-01-01

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Illinois Institute of Technology Clinical Psychology Ph.D. Program  

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Illinois Institute of Technology Clinical Psychology Ph.D. Program Program Handbook 2013 - 2014 (6://www.iit.edu/graduate_college/academic_affairs/ Clinical Psychology Program website: http://www.iit.edu/psych/admission/graduate/clinical/index.shtml #12;2 Introduction to Clinical Training Program IIT's Clinical Psychology Program, accredited by the American

Heller, Barbara

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Clinical Psychology 1.0 CALENDAR DESCRIPTION  

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This course offers a survey of major topics in clinical psychology, including assessment and intervention approaches; experimental psychopathology; ethical, professional and theoretical issues; and emerging trends. Antirequisite: Psychology 2301A/B Prerequisites: Psychology 2820E or both Psychology 2800E and 2810 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour, 0.5 course Unless you have either the requisites for this course or written special permission from your Dean to enrol in it, you may be removed from this course and it will be deleted from your record. This decision may not be appealed. You will receive no adjustment to your fees in the event that you are dropped from a course for failing to have the necessary prerequisites. 2.0) COURSE INFORMATION Instructor:

Ashley Vesely; Kathryn Turnbull

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Clinical Psychology 1.0 CALENDAR DESCRIPTION  

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This course offers a survey of major topics in clinical psychology, including assessment and intervention approaches; experimental psychopathology; ethical, professional and theoretical issues; and emerging trends. Antirequisite: Psychology 2301A/B Antirequisites are courses that overlap sufficiently in content that only one can be taken for credit. So if this course has an antirequisite that you have previously taken, you will lose credit for the earlier course, regardless of the grade achieved in this one. Prerequisites: Psychology 2820E or both Psychology 2800E and 2810 0.5 course Unless you have either the requisites for this course or written special permission from your Dean to enrol in it, you may be removed from this course and it will be deleted from your record. This decision may not be appealed. You will receive no adjustment to your fees in the event that you are dropped from a course for failing to have the necessary prerequisites.

Ta Office

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The Psychology Clinic Manual of Procedures and  

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.1 Responding to a Subpoena 11.2 Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect 11.3 Reporting Elder Abuse 11.4 DealingTEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY The Psychology Clinic Manual of Procedures and Requirements FALL 2013 Edition.2 Timeliness 4.3 Professional Appearance and Decorum 4.4 Social Relationships with Clients 4.5 Competence 4

Zhang, Yuanlin

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VASDHS/UCSD CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY POSTDOCTORAL RESIDENCY PROGRAM  

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VASDHS/UCSD CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY POSTDOCTORAL RESIDENCY PROGRAM The VASDHS/UCSD Clinical) as a postdoctoral residency program in clinical psychology. In close affiliation with the University of California Track, two clinical psychology positions will be available. Residents provide PSR services to Veterans

Squire, Larry R.

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The Department of Psychology conducts research and applied training at the doctoral level in Clinical Psychology and Applied Social Psychology. The Clinical  

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research facility (Dr. J. S. Cohen, Director) and a well equipped cognitive psychology lab with a focusFall 2013 Overview The Department of Psychology conducts research and applied training at the doctoral level in Clinical Psychology and Applied Social Psychology. The Clinical Psychology Program

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QC-CUNY: Clinical Psychology with Emphasis in Neuropsychology Handbook, June, 2012 PhD Program in Clinical Psychology  

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QC-CUNY: Clinical Psychology with Emphasis in Neuropsychology Handbook, June, 2012 - 1 - PhD Program in Clinical Psychology with Emphasis in Neuropsychology ------------- The City University of New of Clinical Training. Clinical Psychology with Emphasis in Neuropsychology Program webpage http://www.gc

Johnson Jr.,, Ray

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CPU Annual Report 2010 1 Clinical Psychology Unit  

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CPU Annual Report 2010 1 Clinical Psychology Unit Annual Report November 2010 Department Psychology Unit. This includes Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (DClin Psy), the Diploma in High Intensity Services #12;CPU Annual Report 2010 2 INTRODUCTION This report details the major activities of the Clinical

Li, Yi

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INTRODUTION TO CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY PSY 312, Fall 2014  

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INTRODUTION TO CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY PSY 312, Fall 2014 Tuesdays & Thursdays, 1:00-2:20pm; N101 North to acquire a basic familiarity with the field of clinical psychology. We will examine the field's foci, its, we will discuss the underpinnings of clinical psychology as a science. This will build upon

Liu, Taosheng

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1 Programme Title Clinical Psychology 2 Programme Code PSYR09  

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i Appendix 1 1 Programme Title Clinical Psychology 2 Programme Code PSYR09 3 JACS Code (if applicable) 4 Level of Study Postgraduate 5a Final Qualification Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (DClin Psy currently employ trainees on the programme. Further information can be accessed via the Clinical Psychology

Oakley, Jeremy

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Clinical Psychology 1.0 CALENDAR DESCRIPTION  

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This course offers a survey of major topics in clinical psychology, including assessment and intervention approaches; experimental psychopathology; ethical, professional and theoretical issues; and emerging trends. Antirequisite: Psychology 2301A/B, the former 3300A/B Antirequisites are courses that overlap sufficiently in content that only one can be taken for credit. So if you take a course that is an antirequisite to a course previously taken, you will lose credit for the earlier course, regardless of the grade achieved in the most recent course. Prerequisites: Psychology 2820E or both Psychology 2800E and 2810 3 lecture/seminar hours, 0.5 course Unless you have either the requisites for this course or written special permission from your Dean to enrol in it, you may be removed from this course and it will be deleted from your record. This decision may not be appealed. You will receive no adjustment to your fees in the event that you are dropped from a course for failing to have the necessary prerequisites.

Dr. Peter Hoaken; Monica Tomlinson

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Clinical Psychology 1.0 CALENDAR DESCRIPTION  

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This course offers a survey of major topics in clinical psychology, including assessment and intervention approaches; experimental psychopathology; ethical, professional and theoretical issues; and emerging trends. Antirequisite: Psychology 2301A/B Antirequisites are courses that overlap sufficiently in content that only one can be taken for credit. So if you take a course that is an antirequisite to a course previously taken, you will lose credit for the earlier course, regardless of the grade achieved in the most recent course. Prerequisites: Psychology 2820E or both Psychology 2800E and 2810 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour, 0.5 course Unless you have either the requisites for this course or written special permission from your Dean to enrol in it, you may be removed from this course and it will be deleted from your record. This decision may not be appealed. You will receive no adjustment to your fees in the event that you are dropped from a course for failing to have the necessary prerequisites.

unknown authors

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Primary Care and Clinical Psychology: Assessment Strategies in Medical Settings  

Microsoft Academic Search

There is ample evidence regarding medical-psychological comorbidity to consider clinical psychology as a viable component of health care services in medical settings. Psychologists can become valuable assets to primary care physicians who treat a high number of primary psychiatric cases as well as medical cases with secondary psychological symptoms. Psychologists who function in hospital-based clinics as well as affiliates with

Francis R. Kush

2001-01-01

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Counseling Psychology in Clinical Health Psychology: The Impact of Specialty Perspective  

Microsoft Academic Search

Not all clinical health psychologists are trained as clinical psychologists. A significant minority is trained and identifies as counseling psychologists. As a field, it is important to understand how the specialty-specific values, training context, scholarship, and parameters of practice of counseling psychology contribute to clinical health psychology. In this article, we (a) identify the core values and training context of

Donald R. Nicholas; Marilyn Stern

2011-01-01

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Predictors of Psychological Distress among Infertility Clinic Patients.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Investigated predictors of psychological distress among infertility clinic patients. Analyses indicated that infertile men and women reported greater psychological distress than the general population. Self-blame and avoidance coping significantly predicted psychological distress among men and women. Increased age and childlessness added to

Morrow, Kelly A.; And Others

1995-01-01

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Integrative Data Analysis in Clinical Psychology Research  

PubMed Central

Integrative Data Analysis (IDA), a novel framework for conducting the simultaneous analysis of raw data pooled from multiple studies, offers many advantages including economy (i.e., reuse of extant data), power (i.e., large combined sample sizes), the potential to address new questions not answerable by a single contributing study (e.g., combining longitudinal studies to cover a broader swath of the lifespan), and the opportunity to build a more cumulative science (i.e., examining the similarity of effects across studies and potential reasons for dissimilarities). There are also methodological challenges associated with IDA, including the need to account for sampling heterogeneity across studies, to develop commensurate measures across studies, and to account for multiple sources of study differences as they impact hypothesis testing. In this review, we outline potential solutions to these challenges and describe future avenues for developing IDA as a framework for studies in clinical psychology. PMID:23394226

Hussong, Andrea M.; Curran, Patrick J.; Bauer, Daniel J.

2013-01-01

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CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY Program of Study The doctoral training program in clinical psychology at the University of Maine prepares students for the  

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CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY Program of Study The doctoral training program in clinical psychology (biological-cognitive, social, and developmental areas) in addition to clinical psychology. The clinical. There is no terminal Master's program in clinical psychology, though students do earn an M.A. in the process

Thomas, Andrew

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http://cpx.sagepub.com/ Clinical Psychological Science  

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http://cpx.sagepub.com/ Clinical Psychological Science http://cpx.sagepub.com/content/1 published online 18 March 2013Clinical Psychological Science Philippe R. Goldin, Hooria Jazaieri, Michal Ziv, Helena Kraemer, Richard G. Heimberg and James J. Gross Disorder Changes in Positive Self-Views Mediate

Gross, James J.

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NEW PERSPECTIVES ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CLINICAL AND COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY  

Microsoft Academic Search

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN COUNSELING AND CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY IS DISCUSSED IN THE LIGHT OF NEW SOCIAL FORCES, SUCH AS THE COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH MOVEMENT, WHICH ARE RAPIDLY RESHAPING TRADITIONAL ROLES AND FUNCTIONS IN THESE 2 DISCIPLINES. THE CURRENT TRENDS SEEM TO POINT TOWARD INCREASINGLY GREATER SIMILARITY BETWEEN THE 2 PROFESSIONS. THE TRADITIONAL MODEL OF BOTH COUNSELING AND CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY IS TOO

ARNOLD H. CHIN

1967-01-01

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Bridging Scientist and Practitioner Perspectives in Clinical Psychology  

Microsoft Academic Search

Literature suggests that a complex and often hostile relationship exists between the science and practice of clinical psychology. Contributors to this conflict of viewpoints are reconsidered within the proposition that there are different roads to discovery and that there may be good reasons to keep the science and practice of clinical psychology somewhat separate. Results of a national survey of

Larry E. Beutler; Rebecca E. Williams; Phylis J. Wakefield; Stephanie R. Entwistle

1995-01-01

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The Decade 1989-1998 in Spanish Psychology: An Analysis of Research in Personality, Assessment, and Psychological Treatment (Clinical and Health Psychology)  

Microsoft Academic Search

The aim of this study is to analyze Spanish research published between 1989 and 1998 in clinical psychology and its most directly related psychological disciplines: personality psychology, psychopathology, differential psychology, health psychology, and psychological assessment. A search was performed in the various databases of the works published in that decade by Spanish university professors who investigate in these areas. Their

Jess Sanz

2001-01-01

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Revisioning Clinical Psychology: Integrating Cultural Psychology into Clinical Research and Practice with Portuguese Immigrants  

PubMed Central

This article outlines a model for conducting psychotherapy with people of diverse cultural backgrounds. The theoretical foundation for the model is based on clinical and cultural psychology. Cultural psychology integrates psychology and anthropology in order to provide a complex understanding of both culture and the individual within his or her cultural context. The model proposed in this article is also based on our clinical experience and mixed-method research with the Portuguese community. The model demonstrates its value with ethnic minority clients by situating the clients within the context of their multi-layered social reality. The individual, familial, socio-cultural, and religio-moral domains are explored in two research projects, revealing the interrelation of these levels/contexts. The article is structured according to these domains. Study 1 is a quantitative study that validates the Agonias Questionnaire in Ontario. The results of this study are used to illustrate the individual domain of our proposed model. Study 2 is an ethnography conducted in the Azorean Islands, and the results of this study are integrated to illustrate the other three levels of the model, namely family, socio-cultural, and the religio-moral levels. PMID:23720642

James, Susan; Harris, Sara; Foster, Gary; Clarke, Juanne; Gadermann, Anne; Morrison, Marie; Bezanson, Birdie Jane

2013-01-01

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Handbook of the Clinical Psychology Program at the University of Massachusetts Amherst  

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1 Handbook of the Clinical Psychology Program at the University of Massachusetts Amherst 2013 - 2014 Course requirements and other regulations affecting students in the Clinical Psychology program...................................................................8 Clinical Psychology Faculty

Massachusetts at Amherst, University of

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Handbook of the Clinical Psychology Program at the University of Massachusetts Amherst  

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1 Handbook of the Clinical Psychology Program at the University of Massachusetts Amherst 2014 - 2015 Course requirements and other regulations affecting students in the Clinical Psychology program...................................................................8 Clinical Psychology Faculty

Massachusetts at Amherst, University of

71

Compulsory Schooling, Child Study, Clinical Psychology, and Special Education: Origins of School Psychology  

Microsoft Academic Search

The historical development of school psychology is discussed in the context of circumstances and individuals significant to its origins. The contributions of Witmers clinical psychology and Halls child study demonstrate how early forms of school psychology evolved from their conceptualizations. Even though the specialty did not achieve a stable national identity until the second half of the 20th century, the

Thomas K. Fagan

1992-01-01

72

Clinical Psychology Program Improvement on the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology  

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The present study was conducted in the context of previous research on the validity, correlates, and stability over time of clinical psychology program graduate scores on the national licensing exam, the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP). The purpose of the present study was to determine the characteristics of programs

Templer, Donald I.; Tyler, Lori; Nelson, Adam A.; Winstanley, Scott; Chicota, Cammy

2004-01-01

73

Measurement of Depression: Clinical, Biological, Psychological, and Psychosocial Perspectives.  

National Technical Information Service (NTIS)

The papers from the conference on Measurement of Depression, held at Queens Hospital Medical Center, Honolulu, Hawaii in March 1984 are presented. Clinical, biological, psychological and psychosocial aspects of the problem are covered.

R. M. A. Hirschfeld, A. J. Marsella, M. M. Katz

1984-01-01

74

Child Diagnostic Assessment: Current Training Practices in Clinical Psychology Internships  

Microsoft Academic Search

We surveyed clinical psychology internships with particular regard to current practices in training child diagnostic assessment: proportion of interns time spent in child versus adult experiences, child assessment versus other types of child experiences, and didactic versus direct clinical experience. Information concerned the frequency of assessment experience with various age levels, types of clinical problems, and specific test instruments. We

Jean C. Elbert; E. Wayne Holden

1987-01-01

75

Doctoral Internship in Clinical & Community Psychology The Yale Experience will change you professionally --and personally.  

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Behavioral Health Services � Neuropsychological & Psychological Assessment Services � Substance Internship in Clinical & Community Psychology The Yale Experience will change you professionally internships in clinical and community psychology, developing the next generation

Johnson, Marcia K.

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Clinical Psychology PhD Program; Student Manual, page 1 Date last revised: August 1, 2014  

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Clinical Psychology PhD Program; Student Manual, page 1 Date last revised: August 1, 2014 Clinical and medical settings. The Department offers doctoral programs in Clinical Psychology, Experimental Psychology. #12;Clinical Psychology PhD Program; Student Manual, page 2 Date last revised: August 1, 2014 3

Doyle, Robert

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INTERESTED IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY GRAD SCHOOL? HERE'S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW! INFORMATION PROVIDED BY THE COUNCIL OF UNIVERSITY DIRECTORS OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY (CUDCP)  

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Work (www.socialworkers.org), the MPH in Public Health, a Masters in School Psychology or a terminalINTERESTED IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY GRAD SCHOOL? HERE'S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW! INFORMATION PROVIDED BY THE COUNCIL OF UNIVERSITY DIRECTORS OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY (CUDCP) Rev 12/1/10 HOW DO I KNOW IF CLINICAL

Zhang, Yuanlin

78

MANUAL FOR THE GRADUATE PROGRAM IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY  

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Welcome to the Graduate Program in Clinical Psychology! This document is intended as a guide to assist you in understanding the mission, objectives, various components and requirements of the Graduate Program in Clinical Psychology at the University of Victoria. This manual is updated annually and should be reviewed by continuing graduate students. Students may comply with either the regulations in place at the time of their entry into each degree program (Masters or Doctoral program) or with the regulations currently in place at the time they complete a degree program. Students are advised to review any changes in requirements as they move from one degree program to another. Each September the new clinical manual is posted on our website for easy reference. This manual applies to students who entered the Masters or Ph.D. program in Clinical

unknown authors

2011-01-01

79

MANUAL FOR THE GRADUATE PROGRAM IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY  

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Welcome to the Graduate Program in Clinical Psychology! This document is intended as a guide to assist you in understanding the mission, objectives, various components and requirements of the Graduate Program in Clinical Psychology at the University of Victoria. This manual is updated annually and should be reviewed by continuing graduate students. Students may comply with either the regulations in place at the time of their entry into each degree program (Masters or Doctoral program) or with the regulations currently in place at the time they complete a degree program. Students are advised to review any changes in requirements as they move from one degree program to another. Each September the new clinical manual is posted on our website for easy reference. This manual applies to students who entered the Masters or Ph.D. program in Clinical

unknown authors

2012-01-01

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Tobacco Training in Clinical Psychology Graduate Programs  

Microsoft Academic Search

The leading cause of preventable death for persons with mental health illnesses, as well as those who live in poverty, is cigarette smoking. These marginalized groups are some of the key groups that clinical psychologists are trained to work with to improve the quality of their lives. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to determine the extent of tobacco

JoAnn Kleinfelder; James H. Price; Joseph A. Dake; Timothy R. Jordan; Joy A. Price

2012-01-01

81

Multiple Regression Analyses in Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

A major form of data analysis in clinical child and adolescent psychology is multiple regression. This article reviews issues in the application of such methods in light of the research designs typical of this field. Issues addressed include controlling covariates, evaluation of predictor relevance, comparing predictors, analysis of moderation,

Jaccard, James; Guilamo-Ramos, Vincent; Johansson, Margaret; Bouris, Alida

2006-01-01

82

A Computerized Clinical Support System and Psychological Laboratory.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Advocating "holistic" medicine, this article details the benefits to be derived from using a computerized clinical support system in a psychological laboratory focusing on internal healing where the client/patient becomes a committed partner utilizing biofeedback equipment, gaming, and simulation to achieve self-understanding and self-control. (JC)

Cassel, Russell N.

1978-01-01

83

CLINICAL POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP IN CHILD PSYCHOLOGY New York Presbyterian Hospital  

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CLINICAL POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP IN CHILD PSYCHOLOGY New York Presbyterian Hospital Children of children and adolescents with a wide range of psychiatric disorders. The intern's responsibilities include are inpatients in the Childrens Day Hospital and small adolescent unit at New York State Psychiatric Institute

Salzman, Daniel

84

Collective memory: A perspective from (experimental) clinical psychology  

Microsoft Academic Search

This paper considers the concept of collective memory from an experimental clinical psychology perspective. Exploration of the term collective reveals a broad distinction between literatures that view collective memories as a property of groups (collectivistic memory) and those that regard these memories as a property of individuals who are, to a greater or lesser extent, an integral part of their

Ineke Wessel; Michelle L. Moulds

2008-01-01

85

Ethical Issues in Mentoring Doctoral Students in Clinical Psychology  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Ethical issues abound in any relationship that is defined by differences between the parties in rank, status, and power. Such is the case in the relationship between a doctoral student in clinical psychology and his or her mentor. In this article, we examine several potential areas of ethical concern within the mentor-student relationship. We

Rosenberg, Anna; Heimberg, Richard G.

2009-01-01

86

Accessing the BIOSIS Previews Database in Clinical Psychology.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The efficacy of using the BIOSIS Previews database as an online information retrieval tool in clinical psychology was investigated in a study conducted at the University of West Florida. Recognizing the importance of multi-database searching strategies when seeking comprehensive results, this study compared the citation output of this

Piotrowski, Chris; Perdue, Bob

87

Mindfulness: A Dialogue between Buddhism and Clinical Psychology  

Microsoft Academic Search

Evidence for the effectiveness of mindfulness as a clinical intervention is quickly growing. Much of our current understanding\\u000a and application of mindfulness within clinical psychology has arisen from dialogue with Buddhist traditions, with the notable\\u000a exception of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. We wrote this article with two purposes: (1) to provide a concise review of\\u000a mindfulness within the Buddhist traditions

Chris Kang; Koa Whittingham

2010-01-01

88

Clinical Psychology PhD Program; Student Manual, page 1 Date last revised: August 1, 2012  

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Clinical Psychology PhD Program; Student Manual, page 1 Date last revised: August 1, 2012 Clinical of information about how the department works and who handles what. #12;Clinical Psychology PhD Program; Student, and others, will assist you in your goal of obtaining a PhD in clinical psychology; it remains true that you

Kovalev, Leonid

89

Psy 3617 Introduction to Clinical Psychology (3 cr.) (call # 55548) Spring Semester 2007  

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Psy 3617 Introduction to Clinical Psychology (3 cr.) (call # 55548) Spring Semester 2007 Class/ Course Description: This course will familiarize you with the field of U.S. clinical psychology. Clinical. Texts: Trull, T.J. (2005). Clinical Psychology, 7th ed. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth/Thomson Learning

Grove, William M.

90

Tobacco Cessation Training in Clinical Psychology and Clinical Social Work Programs  

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The purpose of this study was to explore the tobacco and smoking cessation training and curriculum in graduate clinical psychology and graduate clinical social work programs. The current status of the clinical graduate programs' tobacco education curricula was evaluated by using the Transtheoretical Model's Stages of Change. Perceived barriers to

Kleinfelder, JoAnn

2009-01-01

91

(970) 491-MyHR (6947) Academic Faculty * Administrative Professionals * Post Doctoral Fellow * Veterinary and Clinical Psychology Interns  

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* Veterinary and Clinical Psychology Interns CSU Benefits Plan (Cost Share) Privileges and Benefits #12 and Clinical Psychology Interns through employment with Colorado State University are summarized Doctoral Fellows, Veterinary Interns and Clinical Psychology Interns benefits and privileges are subject

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POLICY FOR THE PENN STATE UNIVERSITY PSYCHOLOGICAL CLINIC RE: CONTACT WITH MINORS  

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with minors. Due to the unique nature of the therapist- client relationship, the Psychological Clinic, which serves both adult and child clients, is exempt from the requirements of Policy AD39. The purpose relationship while acknowledging the type of clinical work done in the Psychological Clinic. The Psychological

Dennis, Nancy

93

Psychology 610: Clinical Methods and Ethics I Crystal Dehle, Ph.D.  

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professional and ethical skills in evidence-based Clinical Psychology. Students will learn about ethical in Clinical Psychology. In addition, students will begin practicing basic helping skills that are associated Press. 10/12 Ethics in Clinical Psychology Readings: Koocher, G.P., & Keith-Speigel, P. (2008

Lockery, Shawn

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Clinical Psychology PhD Program; Student Manual, page 1 Date last revised: November 10, 2013  

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Clinical Psychology PhD Program; Student Manual, page 1 Date last revised: November 10, 2013 Clinical Psychology Training at Syracuse University (Effective Fall Semester, 2013) Introduction;Clinical Psychology PhD Program; Student Manual, page 2 Date last revised: November 10, 2013 8. Yourself

Segraves, Kari A.

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Psychology 610: Clinical Methods and Ethics I Crystal Dehle, Ph.D.  

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in evidence-based Clinical Psychology. Students will learn about ethical principles and codes of conduct. New York: Oxford Press. 10/14 Ethics in Clinical Psychology Koocher, G.P., & Keith-Speigel, P. (2008 Process for New Practitioners. The Guilford Press: New York. 10/21 Ethics in Clinical Psychology Koocher

Lockery, Shawn

96

Development of Clinical Psychology and Mental Health Resources in Vietnam  

PubMed Central

In this paper, we discuss development of the Vietnam National University graduate Clinical Psychology Program, which has the goal of training both Vietnamese researchers who will develop and evaluate culturally appropriate mental health treatments, as well as Vietnamese clinicians who will implement and help disseminate these evidence-based treatments. We first review the background situation in Vietnam regarding mental health, and its infrastructure and training needs, and discuss the process through which the decision was made to develop a graduate program in clinical psychology as the best approach to address these needs. We then review the development process for the program and its current status, and our focus on the schools as a site for service provision and mental health task shifting. Finally, we outline future goals and plans for the program, and discuss the various challenges that the program has faced and our attempts to resolve them. PMID:21785513

Dang, Hoang-Minh; Ngo, Victoria; Pollack, Amie; Sang, David; Lam, Trung T.; Nguyen, My Loc Thi; Le, Huynh-Nhu; Tran, Nam; Tran, Cong; Do, Khanh N.

2011-01-01

97

Catastrophe theory applications in clinical psychology: A review  

Microsoft Academic Search

Catastrophe theory is a new mathematical science that permits some insight into the way in which sudden changes or discontinuities\\u000a of behavior may occur even though the underlying causative forces are essentially continuous. This article aims to present\\u000a a nonmathematicians view of catastrophe applications in clinical psychology. Areas covered include anorexia nervosa, binge\\u000a eating and drinking, affective disorders, schizophrenia, aggressiveness,

Derek W. Scott

1985-01-01

98

Mentor Relationships in Clinical Psychology Doctoral Training: Results of a National Survey.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Provides a contemporary picture of mentor relationships in clinical psychology, focusing on 787 survey respondents who were U.S. members or associates of the American Psychological Association and graduated with a PhD or PsyD in clinical psychology in 1994, 1995, or 1996. Presents the results and discusses implications for graduate education. (CMK)

Clark, Richard A.; Harden, Sherry L.; Johnson, W. Brad

2000-01-01

99

Postdoctoral Fellowships in Adult Clinical Psychology Stanford University School of Medicine  

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Postdoctoral Fellowships in Adult Clinical Psychology Stanford University School of Medicine-doctoral fellows in our APA-accredited adult clinical psychology fellowship for the 2014-2015 academic year. Clinic SHC and LPCH are private, non-profit hospitals. #12;2 Mission The mission of the Adult Clinical

Puglisi, Joseph

100

Introduction to the Special Section on Clinical Adolescent Psychology: Developmental Psychopathology and Treatment  

Microsoft Academic Search

This article addresses implications of the interface between developmental psychology and clinical psychology for research on adolescence and describes the importance of considering developmental level when designing treatments for adolescent patients. In addition, the articles that constitute the special section, \\

Grayson N. Holmbeck; Philip C. Kendall

2002-01-01

101

British Journal of Clinical Psychology (1999), 38, 2741 Printed in Great Britain # 1999 The British Psychological Society  

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British Journal of Clinical Psychology (1999), 38, 27�41 Printed in Great Britain # 1999 The British Psychological Society 27 Performance on the Modi�ed Card Sorting Test by normal, healthy individuals: Relationship to general intellectual ability and demographic variables M. C. Obonsawin

Crawford, John R.

102

Relations between Prestige Rankings of Clinical Psychology Doctoral Programs and Scores on the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP)  

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We assessed the relationship between "U.S. News and World Report" 2008 rankings of clinical psychology doctoral programs and scores earned by graduates on the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP). For the top 25 programs, relationship between ranking and EPPP scores was not significant, r[subscript s] = -0.28. EPPP scores

Townsend, James M.; Ryan, Joseph J.

2010-01-01

103

Speakers Bio: Jason Moser, PhD. is an Assistant Professor in the clinical psychology program of the Department of  

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Speakers Bio: Jason Moser, PhD. ­ is an Assistant Professor in the clinical psychology program of the Department of Psychology at MSU. He received his doctoral degree in clinical psychology from the University received her doctoral degree in clinical psychology from the University of Delaware. She did her clinical

Liu, Taosheng

104

British journal of Clinical Psychology (1990), 29, 239-241 Printed in Great Britain 2 3 9 1990 The British Psychological Society  

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British journal of Clinical Psychology (1990), 29, 239-241 Printed in Great Britain 2 3 9 � 1990 College, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen AB9 2UB, UK S. Hart Department of Clinical Psychology, Severalls Hospital, Colchester H. E. Nelson Department of Clinical Psychology, Horton Hospital, Epsom A series

Crawford, John R.

105

Compulsory Schooling, Child Study, Clinical Psychology, and Special Education: Origins of School Psychology.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Discusses the history of school psychology, emphasizing the work of L. Witmer (1897, 1907, 1910, 1922) and G. S. Hall (1911, 1923). Providing psychological services in the schools is among the earliest instances of applied psychology. School psychology was one of many child-saving services originating from 1890 to 1920. (SLD)

Fagan, Thomas K.

1992-01-01

106

Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 1997, Vol. 65, No. 6, 941-949  

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Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 1997, Vol. 65, No. 6, 941-949 Copyright 1997 by the American Psychological Association, Inc. 0022-006»97/$3.00 Randomly Sampling Thinking in the Natural--and percep- tion that has no figure-ground phenomena. One of the principal characteristics of the psychology

Ahmad, Sajjad

107

Of Course: Prerequisite Courses for Admission into APA-Accredited Clinical and Counseling Psychology Programs  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Students often inquire about which psychology courses to complete in preparation for graduate school. This study provides data that enable students and their advisors to make research-informed decisions. We surveyed the directors of the 304 American Psychological Association-accredited doctoral programs in clinical and counseling psychology (97%

Norcross, John C.; Sayette, Michael A.; Stratigis, Katerina Y.; Zimmerman, Barrett E.

2014-01-01

108

Interreality in the management of psychological stress: a clinical scenario.  

PubMed

The term "psychological stress" describes a situation in which a subject perceives that environmental demands tax or exceed his or her adaptive capacity. According to the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, the best validated approach covering both stress management and stress treatment is the Cognitive Behavioral (CBT) approach. We aim to design, develop and test an advanced ICT based solution for the assessment and treatment of psychological stress that is able to improve the actual CBT approach. To reach this goal we will use the "interreality" paradigm integrating assessment and treatment within a hybrid environment, that creates a bridge between the physical and virtual worlds. Our claim is that bridging virtual experiences (fully controlled by the therapist, used to learn coping skills and emotional regulation) with real experiences (allowing both the identification of any critical stressors and the assessment of what has been learned) using advanced technologies (virtual worlds, advanced sensors and PDA/mobile phones) is the best way to address the above limitations. To illustrate the proposed concept, a clinical scenario is also presented and discussed: Paola, a 45 years old nurse, with a mother affected by progressive senile dementia. PMID:20543263

Riva, Giuseppe; Raspelli, Simona; Pallavicini, Federica; Grassi, Alessandra; Algeri, Davide; Wiederhold, Brenda K; Gaggioli, Andrea

2010-01-01

109

Confidence Intervals for Effect Sizes: Compliance and Clinical Significance in the "Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology"  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Objective: In 2005, the "Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology" ("JCCP") became the first American Psychological Association (APA) journal to require statistical measures of clinical significance, plus effect sizes (ESs) and associated confidence intervals (CIs), for primary outcomes (La Greca, 2005). As this represents the single largest

Odgaard, Eric C.; Fowler, Robert L.

2010-01-01

110

Accuracy of Psychology Interns' Clinical Predictions of Re-Incarceration of Delinquents: A Preliminary Study  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This study involved the assessment of three psychology interns' ability to predict re-incarceration based on the use of clinical judgement. Three psychology interns in an APA-accredited internship were given training on how to use clinical judgement in predicting future incarceration on the part of youth incarcerated in a juvenile correctional

Hagan, Michael P.; Dent, Tyffani M. Monford; Coady, Jeff; Stewart, Shannon

2006-01-01

111

Clinical Trials in the Journal of Pediatric Psychology: Applying the CONSORT Statement  

Microsoft Academic Search

Objective To determine how well therapeutic randomized controlled trials (RCTs) in the Journal of Pediatric Psychology ( JPP) met the CONSORT criteria as compared to pediatric trials in the Journal of Clinical and Consulting Psychology ( JCCP), which served as a control. Methods Nine trials were found in JPP and 19 clinical trials were retrieved from JCCP. The modified Consort

Jennifer N. Stinson; Patrick J. McGrath; Janet T. Yamada

2003-01-01

112

Children's Views Matter Too! A Pilot Project Assessing Children's and Adolescents' Experiences of Clinical Psychology Services  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This pilot study explored the experiences and understanding of clinical psychology practices and services of children and adolescents attending clinical psychology outpatient appointments. Fifteen young participants took part in the study. A content analysis indicated that young children and adolescents have an appropriate understanding of the

Gordon, Michael; Russo, Kate

2009-01-01

113

Toward Improved Statistical Reporting in the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology  

Microsoft Academic Search

Philip Kendall's (1997) editorial encouraged authors in the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (JCCP) to report effect sizes and clinical significance. The present authors assessed the influence of that editorialand other American Psychological Association initiatives to improve statistical practicesby examining 239 JCCP articles published from 1993 to 2001. For analysis of variance, reporting of means and standardized effect sizes

Fiona Fidler; Geoff Cumming; Neil Thomason; Dominique Pannuzzo; Julian Smith; Penny Fyffe; Holly Edmonds; Claire Harrington; Rachel Schmitt

2005-01-01

114

Training in Empirically Validated Treatments: What Are Clinical Psychology Students Learning?  

Microsoft Academic Search

Directors of clinical training (83%) and directors of internships with American Psychological Association approval (55%) responded to a survey concerning empirically validated psychological treatments in which their students received training. Most programs provided supervised clinical experience in a number of these treatments. However, over 20% of doctoral training programs failed to provide minimal coverage of empirically validated treatments in didactic

Paul Crits-Christoph; Ellen Frank; Dianne L. Chambless; Cindy Brody; Jordan F. Karp

1995-01-01

115

Now I have a voice: service user and carer involvement in clinical psychology training  

Microsoft Academic Search

Purpose This paper aims to describe the challenges and rewards of service user and carer involvement in clinical psychology training as experienced in one training centre. Design\\/methodology\\/approach After outlining the major challenges of involvement in higher education and in clinical psychology training, the paper describes the work carried out by the authors. Members of the service user and

Sue Holttum; Laura Lea; Di Morris; Linda Riley; Diana Byrne

2011-01-01

116

Toward Improved Statistical Reporting in the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Philip Kendall's (1997) editorial encouraged authors in the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (JCCP) to report effect sizes and clinical significance. The present authors assessed the influence of that editorial--and other American Psychological Association initiatives to improve statistical practices--by examining 239 JCCP articles

Fidler, Fiona; Cumming, Geoff; Thomason, Neil; Pannuzzo, Dominique; Smith, Julian; Fyffe, Penny; Edmonds, Holly; Harrington, Claire; Schmitt, Rachel

2005-01-01

117

Clinical Psychology Graduate Education in the Study of Suicide: Availability, Resources, and Importance.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Examined training in study of suicide in member-departments (n=25) of National Council of Schools of Professional Psychology and in member-departments (n=92) of Council of University Directors of Clinical Psychology programs. Two groups did not differ significantly in training availability. Combining two groups, only 40 percent of clinical

Bongar, Bruce; Harmatz, Mort

1991-01-01

118

The prediction of success in the VA training program in clinical psychology  

Microsoft Academic Search

A research program at the U. of Michigan has studied applicants and trainees of nearly forty departments of psychology. Objective, projective, subjective, clinical and quantitative data are utilized. From 1946-1948 about three fourths of the trainees in the V.A. clinical psychology program were studied. Tentative findings include: (1) comparison of clinical and non-clinical students; (2) inter-institutional differences; (3) correlations between

E. Lowell Kelly; Donald W. Fiske

1950-01-01

119

Workshop on Computational Linguistics and Clinical Psychology: From Linguistic Signal to Clinical Reality, pages 118125, Baltimore, Maryland USA, June 27, 2014. c 2014 Association for Computational Linguistics  

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Workshop on Computational Linguistics and Clinical Psychology: From Linguistic Signal to Clinical Psychology and Computer & Information Science, University of Pennsylvania Psychometrics Centre, University highly correlated language features. 1 Introduction Depression, a common mental disorder, greatly

120

Clinical Validity of the Counseling Center Assessment of Psychological Symptoms-62 (CCAPS-62): Further Evaluation and Clinical Applications  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Self-report instruments of psychological symptoms are increasingly used in counseling centers but rely on rigorous evaluation of their clinical validity. Three studies reported here (total N = 26,886) investigated the validity of the Counseling Center Assessment of Psychological Symptoms-62 (CCAPS-62; Locke et al., 2011) as an assessment and

McAleavey, Andrew A.; Nordberg, Samuel S.; Hayes, Jeffrey A.; Castonguay, Louis G.; Locke, Benjamin D.; Lockard, Allison J.

2012-01-01

121

Psychologically Referred Adolescents: Demographics of a Clinical Population  

Microsoft Academic Search

Previous research on psychological intervention with adolescents has focused on psychiatric, inpatient populations, or the population of adolescents that exhibit serious debilitating psychological disorders. In contrast, this study considers adolescent clients of private practice psychologists. The research explores demographic variables associated with this population of adolescents; included are age, sex, nature and severity of the presenting problem(s), family marital status,

Barbara A. Mowder; Shirley A. Miller; Nancy Lawton-Smith

1987-01-01

122

Psychological factors in airline passenger and crew behaviour: a clinical overview.  

PubMed

Air travel places unique physical and psychological demands on the traveller and air crew. This paper presents a general overview of the psychological aspects of air travel and specifically how air travel affects airline passenger and crew behaviour. It covers travel and stress, the effects of travel on behaviour, fear of flying, disruptive passenger behaviour and crew mental health, highlighting what insights clinical psychology can offer in relation to these. PMID:17574141

Bor, Robert

2007-07-01

123

AN INTEGRATIVE TWO-DIMENSIONAL MODEL OF NORMAL AND PATHOLOGICAL NARCISSISM TO RECONCILE THE SCHISM BETWEEN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY AND SOCIAL-PERSONALITY PSYCHOLOGY.  

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??The conceptualization and assessment of narcissism is inconsistent across research disciplines, leading to a criterion problem which weakens the nomological net. Clinical psychology commonly considers (more)

Roche, Michael

2010-01-01

124

Effect of Training in Psychology on the Causal Interpretation of a Clinical Case  

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This paper aims to show how training in psychology leads students (at the beginning and the end of their studies) to consider that psychological disorders result from dispositional factors specific to the patients, particularly in therapeutic failure (fundamental attribution error and hindsight bias). Faced with a clinical case of a somatic

Gilibert, Daniel; Banovic, Ingrid

2009-01-01

125

Clinical Adolescent Psychology: What It Is, and What It Needs to Be  

Microsoft Academic Search

This commentary on the special section on clinical adolescent psychology (G. Holmbeck & P. Kendall, 2002) reviews and critiques the conceptual and empirical articles that this compilation comprises. As articulated in the conceptual contributions to this collection, two fundamental principles should guide research on the etiology, prevention, and treatment of psychological disorder and dysfunction during adolescence: First, drawing on the

Laurence Steinberg

2002-01-01

126

The development and disturbance of emotions: An application of self psychology to clinical work with children  

Microsoft Academic Search

This article applies self psychology, as developed by Heinz Kohut, to clinical work with children. It begins with a brief summary of self psychology as a theoretical framework, focusing on the role of selfobjects in the development of the self. Then, the role of selfobjects in the development and disturbance of emotions is discussed. The paper concludes by describing the

Thomas M. Young

1988-01-01

127

Psychology Undergraduate MSci (Hons) Psychology  

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knowledge of psychology and key topics within this (clinical psychology, cognitive psychology, health in Psychology or other subjects) Research Methods, Quantitative Methods 2, Social Psychology, CognitivePsychology Undergraduate MSci (Hons) Psychology #12;The University of Bath is to offer an exciting

Burton, Geoffrey R.

128

Video Taping and Abnormal Psychology: Dramatized Clinical Interviews.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Students in an abnormal psychology course worked in teams to produce dramatizations of diagnostic interviews and then presented them in class. Positive and negative aspects of the activity are discussed. (RM)

Lyons, Michael J.; And Others

1984-01-01

129

Graduate internships in psychology at the Western State Psychiatric Institute and clinic  

Microsoft Academic Search

This training program in clinical psychology is sponsored by the Western State Psychiatric Institute and the University of Pittsburgh. Revision of the present program this summer involves internships for a year or a year and a half.

S. Rosenzweig

1946-01-01

130

An Administrative Rotation in the Clinical Psychology Internship: The Chief Intern at Duke Medical Center  

Microsoft Academic Search

Today psychologists are increasingly assuming major administrative responsibilities in clinical settings. Traditionally, psychologists have been administrators within academic departments of psychology and have performed primarily ancillary administrative functions in interdisciplinary clinical settings. Currently, however, psychologists are becoming increasingly visible in such primary leadership roles as directorships of mental health clinics and other mental health programs. Although psychologists are undertaking these

Drew Edwards; Linda C. Wyrick

1977-01-01

131

Factors involved in the selection of doctoral internships in clinical psychology  

Microsoft Academic Search

Internship applicants in American Psychological Association (APA)-approved clinical psychology programs rated the importance of 22 factors in influencing their decision to apply for a particular internship. APA approval, geographic location, emphasis on adult-clinical work, theoretical orientation of the faculty, multidisciplinary setting, and mixture of child, adult, and community emphases were all ranked at least 5 on the 7-point scale. (5

John F. Tedesco

1979-01-01

132

Workshop on Computational Linguistics and Clinical Psychology: From Linguistic Signal to Clinical Reality, pages 6168, Baltimore, Maryland USA, June 27, 2014. c 2014 Association for Computational Linguistics  

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-review intervention for depression Sanne M.A. Lamers University of Twente Psychology, Health, & Technology.nl Gerben J. Westerhof University of Twente Psychology, Health, & Technology the Netherlands gWorkshop on Computational Linguistics and Clinical Psychology: From Linguistic Signal to Clinical

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Core Competencies of Clinical Psychology Graduate Students Must Meet These Competencies at the "Meets Expectations" Level or Better  

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Core Competencies of Clinical Psychology Graduate Students Must Meet These Competencies biological bases of behavior, cognitive-affective bases of behavior, and lifespan human development professions. Functional Competencies Psychological Evaluation: assessment, diagnosis and conceptualization

Sanders, Matthew

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Adolescents and the Media: Medical and Psychological Impact. Developmental Clinical Psychology and Psychiatry, Volume 33.  

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Aimed at primary care physicians and nurses, educators, and parents, this book reviews media effects on adolescent behavior and psychology. The book notes that television is a powerful medium to which adolescents are uniquely susceptible and how studies have shown television's ability to shape social attitudes. Theories of how television affects

Strasburger, Victor C.

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The return of science to education in clinical psychology: a reply to Snyder and Elliott.  

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Clinical psychology currently exists in a state of isolation from the other scientific domains. This disconnect is explained, in part, by the continued adherence to mind-body dualism by many clinical psychologists and the rift between researchers and practitioners within the discipline. However, natural science researchers are reasserting the connection between physical and biological properties and psychological phenomena. As a result, knowledge and skill pertaining to the scientific method will become increasingly important in the education of future clinical psychologists. Modifications to both undergraduate and graduate training are suggested. PMID:15965945

Rand, Kevin L

2005-09-01

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Twenty-FirstCenturyGraduateEducationinClinical Psychology:AFourLevelMatrixModel  

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Clinical psychology is positioned to play key roles in mental and physical health issues of 21st century America. In this regard, however, the present Boulder model of educating clinical psychologists is not preparing our graduates to meet the diverse demands of either today's or tomorrow's marketplaces. Accordingly, we introduce a new, four level \\

C. R. Snyder; Timothy R. Elliott

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Emotional Conversational Agents in Clinical Psychology and Psychiatry  

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\\u000a This paper is based on a project at the University of Barcelona to develop the skills to diagnose the Generalized Anxiety\\u000a Disorder (GAD) in students of psychology and psychiatry using a chatbot. The problem we address in this paper is to convert\\u000a a chatbot in an emotional conversational agent capable of generating a believable and dynamic dialogue in natural language.

Mara Lucila Morales-Rodrguez; Juan Javier Gonzlez Barbosa; Rogelio Florencia Jurez; Hctor Joaquin Fraire Huacuja; Jos A. Martnez Flores

2010-01-01

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JOURNAL OF SOCIAL AND CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGYINFORMATION FOR AUTHORS The Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology is devoted to the application of theory and research from  

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social psychology toward the better understanding of human adaptation and adjustment, including both the alleviation of psychological problems and distress (e.g., psychopathology) and the enhancement of psychological well-being among the psychologically healthy. Topics of interest include (but are not limited to) traditionally defined psychopathology (e.g., depression), common emotional and behavioral problems in living (e.g., conflicts in close relationships), the enhancement of subjective well-being, and the processes of psychological change in everyday life (e.g., self-regulation) and professional settings (e.g., psychotherapy and counseling). Articles reporting the results of theory-driven empirical research are given priority, but theoretical articles, review articles, clinical case studies, and essays on professional issues are also welcome. Articles describing the development of new scales (personality or otherwise) or the revision of existing scales are not appropriate for this journal. All submissions must be made electronically (preferably in Microsoft Word format) to Thomas E. Joiner at

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Control theory: A useful conceptual framework for personalitysocial, clinical, and health psychology  

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Contends that control theory provides a model of self-regulation that is useful in the analysis of human behavior. As an illustration of the breadth of its applicability, the basic construct of control theorythe discrepancy-reducing feedback loopis presented, and certain implications for theory in 3 areas of human psychology are discussed. In personality-social, clinical, and health psychology, the construct proves to

Charles S. Carver; Michael F. Scheier

1982-01-01

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Clinical adolescent psychology: what it is, and what it needs to be.  

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This commentary on the special section on clinical adolescent psychology (G. Holmbeck & P. Kendall. 2002) reviews and critiques the conceptual and empirical articles that this compilation comprises. As articulated in the conceptual contributions to this collection, two fundamental principles should guide research on the etiology, prevention, and treatment of psychological disorder and dysfunction during adolescence: First, drawing on the fiel of developmental psychopathology, the study of clinical adolescent psychology should focus on the trajectories of disorder that precede, characterize, and follow adolescence. Second, drawing on the literature on normative adolescent development, the study of clinical adolescent psychology must proceed with an explicit recognition of the unique biological, cognitive, psychosocial, and contextual features that define adolescence as a developmental period. The empirical contributions to this compilation are evaluated with respect to the extent to which they reflect these tenets. Although the study of clinical adolescent psychology, as evidenced by this collection of articles, is appropriately grounded in the broader enterprise of developmental psychopathology, less progress has been made with respect to the integration of the study of clinical phenomena in adolescence with the study of normative adolescent development. PMID:11860038

Steinberg, Laurence

2002-02-01

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Graduate education in clinical psychology for the twenty-first century: educating psychological health care providers.  

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This comment focuses on a topic that is implied but not explicated in C.R. Snyder and T.R. Elliott's article (this issue, PP. 1033-1054): The biopsychosocial model. I begin by discussing the status of health care, taking up in turn its tremendous problems and the negative effects of a system built on mind-body dualism. I argue for a transformation of the biomedical system to a biopsychosocial system. I then discuss the opportunities for psychology and the implications for training. PMID:15965917

Levant, Ronald F

2005-09-01

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The clinical differential approach of Sante De Sanctis in Italian "scientific" psychology.  

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Sante De Sanctis, a psychiatrist and psychologist, is one of the most representative figures of Italian "scientific" psychology. He is considered one of the founders of the discipline as well as one of its main protagonists in the years between the two World Wars. Both with his extensive scientific productions (which include more than three hundred works) and with his uninterrupted institutional activity, he has left his significant mark on the history of Italian psychology. He was the first professor of Experimental Psychology and was internationally known: some of his works have been published in French, Swiss, American, German, Scandinavian, and English journals, and some of his volumes have been translated into English and German. Together with the other psychologists of the second generation (Binet, Klpe, Mnsterberg, Stern, Claparde, Ebbinghaus), he was the Italian psychologist who decided to enrich the classical paradigm of Wundt's physiological psychology, by developing during the twentieth century the program of methodological and epistemological enlargement of the discipline. In his fundamental treatise Psicologia Sperimentale, written in 1929-30, a clear modern conception of psychology emerged: it jointly included both the generalist aspect (with some studies on psychophysical proportionality, thought mimicry, dreams, attention, emotions, etc.) and the applicative one, which included psychopathology, labor psychology, educational psychology, and criminal psychology, all seen in a general experimental framework. The present paper aims precisely to highlight the originality of De Sanctis' experimentalism that applied the differential clinical approach to the discipline of psychology, causing it for the first time in Italy to be seen in a unitary way as both general and applied psychology. PMID:19569448

Lombardo, Giovanni Pietro; Cicciola, Elisabetta

2006-01-01

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Reconciling the Professional and Student Identities of Clinical Psychology Trainees  

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The study explored the ways in which qualified and trainee clinical psychologists perceived professional behaviour, as illustrated in a series of short vignettes, in student and clinical practice contexts. Comparisons were made to identify the extent to which ideas of professionalism differed across different learning contexts and between

McKenzie, Karen; Cossar, Jill A.; Fawns, Tim; Murray, Aja L.

2013-01-01

144

The Korsakoff Syndrome: Clinical Aspects, Psychology and Treatment  

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Aims: The Korsakoff syndrome is a preventable memory disorder that usually emerges (although not always) in the aftermath of an episode of Wernicke's encephalopathy. The present paper reviews the clinical and scientific literature on this disorder. Methods: A systematic review of the clinical and scientific literature on Wernicke's encephalopathy and the alcoholic Korsakoff syndrome. Results: The Korsakoff syndrome is most

Michael D. Kopelman; D. Thomson; Irene Guerrini; E. Jane Marshall

2009-01-01

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Postgraduate Clinical Psychology Students' Perceptions of an Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Stress Management Intervention and Clinical Training  

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Background: Research into stress management interventions for clinical psychology trainees (CPTs) is limited, despite evidence indicating that these individuals are at risk for elevated stress, which can negatively impact personal and professional functioning. This study explored: (1) CPTs' perceptions of a previously evaluated Acceptance and

Pakenham, Kenneth I.; Stafford-Brown, Johanna

2013-01-01

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Issues in Psychology Clinical Psychology: The Scientific Status of Mindfulness-Based Psychotherapies  

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in which mindfulness is a core component. Topics will include: 1) historical and theoretical perspectives be an important component of clinical interventions. We will focus on the ubiquitous processes of anxiety struggling with anxiety and/or depression? 6. Before we look at those psychotherapies that have a core

Liu, Taosheng

147

Hispanic Masculinity: Myth or Psychological Schema Meriting Clinical Consideration  

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Given the significant upsurge in research on White males of European origin that documents a relationship between the construct of male gender identity (i.e., machismo) and physical and mental health, there is a clinical need to study and understand this construct and its relationship to health across diverse racial\\/ethnic groups, including, but not limited to, Hispanics. To help develop such

J. Manuel Casas; Burl R. Wagenheim; Robert Banchero; Juan Mendoza-Romero

1994-01-01

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Survey Response Rates and Survey Administration in Counseling and Clinical Psychology: A Meta-Analysis  

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This article reports results of a meta-analysis of survey response rates in published research in counseling and clinical psychology over a 20-year span and describes reported survey administration procedures in those fields. Results of 308 survey administrations showed a weighted average response rate of 49.6%. Among possible moderators, response

Van Horn, Pamela S.; Green, Kathy E.; Martinussen, Monica

2009-01-01

149

Computer-Simulated Psychotherapy as an Aid in Teaching Clinical Psychology.  

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Describes how Elisa, a widely known computer program which simulates the responses of a psychotherapist, can be used as a teaching aid in undergraduate clinical psychology classes. Provides information on conducting the exercise, integrating it into the course syllabus, and evaluating its impact on students. (JDH)

Suler, John R.

1987-01-01

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Cliques and Cohesion in a Clinical Psychology Graduate Cohort: A Longitudinal Social Network Analysis  

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To date, no published research has utilized social network analysis (SNA) to analyze graduate cohorts in clinical psychology. The purpose of this research is to determine how issues of likability among students correlate with other measures, such as disclosure, health, spiritual maturity, help in projects, familiarity, and ease of providing

Kunze, Kimberley Annette

2013-01-01

151

Cultural Responsivity in Clinical Psychology Graduate Students: A Developmental Approach to the Prediction of Learning  

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This study used a mixed-method approach to examine students' experiences in multicultural training and their opinions about various aspects of their course(s). A developmental model of learning was employed to analyze results. More specifically, this study explored the relationship between clinical psychology doctoral students' self-reported

Berrin, Sebastian Everett

2010-01-01

152

The Failure of Clinical Psychology Graduate Students to Apply Understood Ethical Principles  

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In a survey of 170 graduate students from 25 American Psychological Association- (APA-) approved clinical training programs, we asked them to state what they should do in a hypothetical situation in which a peer\\/friend is violating the Ethical Principles (APA, 1977, 1981) and then what they would do. Approximately half of these students would do less than they believe they

John L. Bernard; Carmen S. Jara

1986-01-01

153

Cross-Gender Mentorship in Clinical Psychology Doctoral Programs: An Exploratory Survey Study  

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The mentorship experiences of recent clinical psychology doctorates reporting a primary mentor in graduate school were assessed by means of a survey. Among 518 responding psychologists, male graduates were significantly more likely to have a same-gender mentor, and female graduates were more likely to report receiving support from mentors of both

Harden, Sherry L.; Clark, Richard A.; Johnson, W. Brad; Larson, Joshua

2009-01-01

154

White Clinical Psychology Trainees' Views on Racial Equity within Programme Selection in South Africa  

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The issue of diversity in both physical and epistemological access to programmes in higher education is an important concern worldwide. In South Africa, as elsewhere, access to professional clinical psychology training programmes is extremely competitive, and there is an important imperative to diversify the student profile. Perspectives of black

Traub, Craig M.; Swartz, Leslie

2013-01-01

155

Computer Technology in Clinical Psychology Services for People with Mental Retardation: A Review.  

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Review of the literature on computer technology in clinical psychology services for people with mental retardation is organized around stages of a scientist-practitioner working model: assessment, formulation, and intervention. Examples of technologies to facilitate work at each stage are given. Practical difficulties with implementation of

Davies, Sara; Hastings, Richard P.

2003-01-01

156

The Surgeon as a Hand Patient: The Clinical and Psychological Impact of Hand and Wrist Fractures  

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To gain insight into the management of patients with hand and wrist injuries, a series of clinical and psychological analyses was performed on 9 surgeons, each of whom underwent operative fixation of a hand or wrist fracture. The results of these analyses suggest that the functional outcome after hand surgery was affected by the surgeons' personality, motivation, and ability to

Kingsley R. Chin; Jess H. Lonner; Beryl S. Jupiter; Jesse B. Jupiter

1999-01-01

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Psychology 610: Clinical Methods and Ethics I Crystal Dehle, Ph.D.  

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will be made available on Blackboard. Dobson, D. & Dobson, K.S. (2009). Evidence-Based Practice of Cognitive to develop fundamental professional and ethical skills in evidence-based Clinical Psychology. Students to practice and service provision. In addition, students will begin practicing basic helping skills

Lockery, Shawn

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Psychological outcomes of different treatment policies in women with early breast cancer outside a clinical trial  

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OBJECTIVES--To assess outside a clinical trial the psychological outcome of different treatment policies in women with early breast cancer who underwent either mastectomy or breast conservation surgery depending on the surgeon's opinion or the patient's choice. To determine whether the extent of psychiatric morbidity reported in women who underwent breast conservation surgery was associated with their participation in a randomised

L J Fallowfield; A Hall; G P Maguire; M Baum

1990-01-01

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Use of religious and spiritual interventions by trainees in APA-accredited Christian clinical psychology programs  

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Little is known about the effectiveness of Christian clinical programs accredited by the American Psychological Association in training students to use religious and spiritual interventions in therapy. We surveyed 162 student therapists from three such programs regarding their training experiences and use of religious and spiritual interventions. Self-reported competency and use of religious and spiritual interventions correlated with a number

Donald F. Walker; Richard L. Gorsuch; Siang-Yang Tan; Kathryn E. Otis

2008-01-01

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The concept of alternative strategies and its relevance to psychiatry and clinical psychology  

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The intent of this article is to introduce the evolutionary concept of alternative strategies into the fields of psychiatry and clinical psychology. In behavioral ecology, the term alternative strategies refers to the presence of two or more discrete behavioral variants among adults of one sex and one population when those variants serve the same functional end. Often discrete behavioral variants

Alfonso Troisi

2005-01-01

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Clinical and psychological classification of non-specific low-back pain. A new study in primary care practice.  

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This study aimed to explore the clinical and psychological features of non-specific low-back pain (LBP), and to evaluate a classification of patients based on the relationship between psychological disturbances and LBP clinical presentation. An unselected population of consecutive patients (n = 262) complaining of low-back pain to primary care physicians of the Epidemiology Team of the French Rheumatology Society, in October and November 1991, was studied. Measures included a standardized clinical evaluation of the back and a psychological assessment using the General Health Questionnaire. Ninety nine patients (38%) were classified as having a psychological disorder. The following symptoms: psychological precipitating event, permanent pain at night, diffuse spinal pain, pain increased by changing climate, pain increased by psychological factors, dysesthesias in the back, non-anatomical tenderness, were found to be closely associated with the existence of psychological disorder. Correspondence and cluster analyses provided support for the four-group classification of low-back pain previously devised. This classification may be interpreted through the relationships between psychological disturbances and the back clinical features. Although the study was mainly descriptive and used a cross sectional design, its results underline the importance of psychological influence on low-back pain presentation, and suggest the interest of a psychiatric assessment in low-back pain patients. Psychological disorders appear to be frequent in these patients and specific management of these disorders may prove useful. PMID:7732199

Coste, J; Schiano, P J; Leparc, J M; Paolaggi, J B

1995-01-01

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Psychological Problems and Clinical Outcomes of Children with Psychogenic Non-Epileptic Seizures  

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Purpose Our purpose was to investigate psychological problems and clinical outcomes in children with psychogenic non-epileptic seizures (PNES). Materials and Methods We retrospectively reviewed the data of 25 patients who were diagnosed with PNES between 2006 and 2012. Results Twenty-five children with PNES, aged 8 to 19 years (mean 13.82), were referred to psychiatrists for psychiatric assessment. On their initial visit, 72% of patients had comorbid psychological problems, including depression, anxiety, conduct disorder, adjustment disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, schizophrenia, and bipolar disorder. Among these, depression was the most frequent (36%). Predisposing and triggering factors included familial distress (40%), social distress (24%), and specific events (20%). The following treatment was advised based on the results of the initial psychological assessment: 3 patients regularly visited psychiatric clinic to assess their clinical status without treatment, nine underwent psychotherapy, and 13 received a combination of psychotherapy and psychopharmacological therapy. At the mean follow-up of 31.5 months after diagnosis, 20 patients (80%) were event-free at follow-up, three (12%) showed reduced frequency, and two (8%) experienced persistent symptoms. Conclusion The outcomes of PNES in children are much better than those in adults, despite a high rate of psychological comorbidities. PMID:25323891

Yi, Yoon Young; Kim, Heung Dong; Lee, Joon Soo; Cheon, Keun-Ah

2014-01-01

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Avatars in Clinical Psychology: A Framework for the Clinical Use of Virtual Humans  

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Early applications of virtual reality (VR) technology in psychological assessment, treatment, and research have yielded promising results. In particular, an increasing number of studies analyze the unique features of the experience made by patients during their exposure to vir- tual environments. However, the majority of these studies explore how patients navigate in the virtual spaces and interact with virtual objects.

A. Gaggioli; F. Mantovani; G. Castelnuovo; B. Wiederhold; G. Riva

2003-01-01

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Psychological aspects of orthodontics in clinical practice. Part two: general psychosocial wellbeing.  

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Orthodontists tend to treat/see their patients on a systematic, recurrent basis, often during crucial stages of psychological development. Therefore, they have a pivotal role in identifying a number of psychological as well as of psychiatric disorders. Effective communication is crucial and unfortunately, it is often underestimated in a busy clinical practice. Aim of part two of this article it to review the role clinical orthodontics and the orthodontist-patient relationship have on the patients' psychosocial wellbeing, including effects on self-esteem, bullying and harassment by peers, and even several psychiatric disorders, such as anorexia/bulimia nervosa, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorders. Due to the complexity and importance of these issues, the orthodontist may play a dynamic role, not only in the management of dental malocclusions, but at times, as "psychologist" and a counselor to the patient. PMID:22583589

Ukra, Ali; Bennani, Florence; Farella, Mauro

2012-05-01

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Building a Bridge Between the School of Occupational Therapy and School of Professional Psychology Clinic  

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Under the supervision of Sean Roush, OTD, OTR\\/L, Assistant Professor at Pacific University (PU), two Master of Occupational Therapy students (MOTs) laid the foundation for a linked program between Pacific Universitys School of Occupational Therapy and Professional Psychology Clinic (SPPC). The SPPC is staffed by professional and student Psy.D.s and provides mental health services to the community. Throughout the process,

Ingrid Borland; Ariel Schiller

2012-01-01

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University of Oregon Psychology 473  

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Location: 116 ESL Instructors: Kristen Reinhardt, M.S. Doctoral Candidate, Clinical Psychology Email, Clinical Psychology Email: bwn@uoregon.edu Psychology Department building, Franklin Boulevard, room 118

Lockery, Shawn

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At the completion of the Clinical Psychology Ph.D. degree program, the graduate demonstrates the following competencies.  

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At the completion of the Clinical Psychology Ph.D. degree program, the graduate demonstrates bases of behavior, cognitive-affective bases of behavior, and lifespan human development 3 advocates for the respect, stature and advancement of the profession of psychology, as appropriate. 6

Sanders, Matthew

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Cocaine Use among the College Age Group: Biological and Psychological Effects--Clinical and Laboratory Research Findings.  

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Knowledge about cocaine's effect on the human mind and body is limited and not clearly documented. This article discusses various biological and psychological effects of the drug based on clinical and laboratory studies of man. (Author/DF)

Nicholi, Armand M., Jr.

1984-01-01

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Quid pro quo: fee for services delivered in a psychology training clinic.  

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The present study evaluated the use of a sliding-fee scale at a training clinic for doctoral students in clinical psychology. A chart review of 209 individual therapy clients and a follow-up telephone interview of 87 of these clients were conducted. Results of the chart review revealed a client group of relatively low income, with only a very small number receiving social assistance or a disability pension. The follow-up survey found that the large majority of clients were satisfied with the fees charged. Service use (i.e., frequency and number of sessions), client satisfaction with services, and treatment outcome did not vary with out-of-pocket costs incurred by clients. Overall, findings suggest that training clinics can charge fees without affecting services, although future research needs to examine the extent that fee charging by training clinics may be an obstacle to service access for the poorest segments of the population. PMID:10661366

Aubry, T D; Hunsley, J; Josephson, G; Vito, D

2000-01-01

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Integrating Research Into Clinical Internship Training Bridging the Science/Practice Gap in Pediatric Psychology  

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Existing literature highlights a critical gap between science and practice in clinical psychology. The internship year is a capstone experience; training in methods of scientific evaluation should be integrated with the development of advanced clinical competencies. We provide a rationale for continued exposure to research during the clinical internship year, including, (a) critical examination and integration of the literature regarding evidence-based treatment and assessment, (b) participation in faculty-based and independent research, and (c) orientation to the science and strategy of grantsmanship. Participation in research provides exposure to new empirical models and can foster the development of applied research questions. Orientation to grantsmanship can yield an initial sense of the business of science. Internship provides an important opportunity to examine the challenges to integrating the clinical evidence base into professional practice; for that reason, providing research exposure on internship is an important strategy in training the next generation of pediatric psychologists. PMID:22286345

Spirito, Anthony

2012-01-01

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The effects of psychological therapies under clinically representative conditions: a meta-analysis.  

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Recently, concern has arisen that meta-analyses overestimate the effects of psychological therapies and that those therapies may not work under clinically representative conditions. This meta-analysis of 90 studies found that therapies are effective over a range of clinical representativeness. The projected effects of an ideal study of clinically representative therapy are similar to effect sizes in past meta-analyses. Effects increase with larger dose and when outcome measures are specific to treatment. Some clinically representative studies used self-selected treatment clients who were more distressed than available controls, and these quasi-experiments underestimated therapy effects. This study illustrates the joint use of fixed and random effects models, use of pretest effect sizes to study selection bias in quasi-experiments, and use of regression analysis to project results to an ideal study in the spirit of response surface modeling. PMID:10900994

Shadish, W R; Matt, G E; Navarro, A M; Phillips, G

2000-07-01

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Narcissism at the crossroads: Phenotypic description of pathological narcissism across clinical theory, social\\/personality psychology, and psychiatric diagnosis  

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This review documents two themes of emphasis found in phenotypic descriptions of pathological narcissism across clinical theory, social\\/personality psychology, and psychiatric diagnosis. Clinical theories of narcissism spanning 35years consistently describe variations in the expression of pathological narcissism that emphasize either grandiosity or vulnerable affects and self-states. Recent research in social\\/personality psychology examining the structure of narcissistic personality traits consistently finds

Nicole M. Cain; Aaron L. Pincus; Emily B. Ansell

2008-01-01

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Evaluation of integrated psychological services in a university-based primary care clinic.  

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Primary care is increasingly moving toward integration of psychological services; however few studies have been conducted to test the efficacy of such an integrated approach. This paper presents a program evaluation of psychological services provided by doctoral trainees in clinical and counseling psychology within a primary care clinic at an urban academic medical center. It includes: (1) a description of the program, including types of patients served, their presenting problems, and treatments administered and; (2) evidence of the impact of behavioral health services on primary care patients' emotional adjustment and progress on behavioral goals. Intake and follow-up measures of depression, anxiety, smoking, insomnia, chronic pain, and weight loss were collected on 452 adult patients (mean age=52; 59% African-American; 35% uninsured) who were provided brief interventions (mean visits=2.2) over a 16-month period. Although conclusions are limited by the lack of a control or comparison group, preliminary findings indicate that the integrated behavioral health services provided were effective. Implications and future directions are discussed. PMID:24165929

Sadock, Elizabeth; Auerbach, Stephen M; Rybarczyk, Bruce; Aggarwal, Arpita

2014-03-01

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British Journal of Clinical Psychology (1996), 35, 235-247 Printed in Great Britain 2 3 5 1996 The British Psychological Society  

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. The distinction between reliable and abnormal differences is highlighted. In clinical interpretation of WAIS range for each subject in the WAIS--R US standardization sample (the range was simply the difference The British Psychological Society WAIS--R subtest scatter: Base-rate data from a healthy UK sample J. R

Crawford, John R.

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British Journal of Clinical Psychology (1996), 35, 638-640 Printed in Great Britain 6 3 8 1996 The British Psychological Society  

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The British Psychological Society WAIS-R short-forms: Criterion validity in healthy and clinical samples J. R- length WAIS-R IQs from seven short-forms were evaluated in healthy (N -- 153) and neurological (N = 471 sample the six- and seven-subtest short-forms, proposed by Crawford et at. (1992) and Warrington, James

Crawford, John R.

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Yet another look at clinical and statistical prediction: Or, is clinical psychology worthwhile?  

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Reviews 5 types of severe limitations in most studies of clinical and statistical prediction, including the systematic overlooking of studies that favor the clinician. On critical examination, studies cited by P. E. Meehl (see 39:4) and J. Sawyer (see 40:11) prove irrelevant to most of the 6 issues cited as reasons for their importance. Clinical judgment plays a variable role

Robert R. Holt

1970-01-01

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Clinical instructors' perceptions of structural and psychological empowerment in academic nursing environments.  

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The study purpose was to explore clinical instructors' (CIs') perceptions of empowerment in academic nursing environments. Clinical instructors, often part-time faculty, facilitate learning in professional practice environments. However, they also need to function within the academic environment to learn about the curriculum and how students are to be evaluated. The qualitative description method was used to obtain an understanding of CIs' empowerment experiences and to interpret their perceptions within the frameworks of Kanter's structural empowerment and Spreitzer's psychological empowerment theories. Eight CIs from two nursing programs were interviewed for this study. The empowerment components of support and confidence were important, yet insufficient, in CIs' perceptions of their role effectiveness. An implication for CIs was slow development of confidence in their ability to facilitate student learning that was consistent with curriculum goals. Recommendations for CIs and academic faculty are offered to support and retain clinical faculty. PMID:24766066

Wiens, Sandra; Babenko-Mould, Yolanda; Iwasiw, Carroll

2014-05-01

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Workshop on Computational Linguistics and Clinical Psychology: From Linguistic Signal to Clinical Reality, pages 2737, Baltimore, Maryland USA, June 27, 2014. c 2014 Association for Computational Linguistics  

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Workshop on Computational Linguistics and Clinical Psychology: From Linguistic Signal to Clinical Linguistics Aided Diagnosis of Dementia Type through Computer-Based Analysis of Spontaneous Speech William the ability of machined learned algorithms to assist with the differential diagnosis of dementia subtypes

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Clinical use of the Kessler psychological distress scales with culturally diverse groups.  

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The Kessler 10 (K10) and embedded Kessler 6 (K6) was developed to screen for non-specific psychological distress and serious mental illness in mental health surveys of English-speaking populations, but has been adopted in Western and non-Western countries as a screening and outcome measure in primary care and mental health settings. This review examines whether the original K6/K10's validity for culturally diverse populations was established, and whether the cultural equivalence, and sensitivity to change of translated or culturally adapted K6/K10s, has been demonstrated with culturally diverse client groups. Evidence for the original K6/K10's validity for culturally diverse populations is limited. Questions about the conceptual and linguistic equivalence of translated/adapted K6/K10s arise from reports of changes in item connotation and differential item functioning. Evidence for structural equivalence is inconsistent, as is support for criterion equivalence, with the majority of studies compromising on accuracy in case prediction. Research demonstrating sensitivity to change with culturally diverse groups is lacking. Inconsistent evidence for the K6/K10's cultural appropriateness in clinical settings, and a lack of clinical norms for either majority or culturally diverse groups, indicate the importance of further research into the psychological distress construct with culturally diverse clients, and the need for caution in interpreting K6/K10 scores. PMID:24733815

Stolk, Yvonne; Kaplan, Ida; Szwarc, Josef

2014-06-01

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The influence of clinical variables on the psychological adaptation of adolescents after solid organ transplantation.  

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This study assessed the influence of clinical and socio-demographic variables on the psychological adaptation of transplanted adolescents. Twenty-six transplanted adolescents and 25 healthy adolescents, aged 13-17, and their parents participated in the study. The following domains were measured: social competence, emotional/behavioral problems, self-concept, self-esteem and subjective well-being. The findings revealed that transplanted boys presented significantly less social competence (U = 26,000, p < .05) and more externalizing problems (U = 25,000, p < .05), social problems (U = 25,000, p < .05) and attention problems (U = 17,500, p < .01) than healthy boys. In contrast, transplanted girls displayed significantly more internalizing problems (U = 47,000, p < .05) and lower physical self-concept (U = 49,500, p < .05) than healthy girls. Hierarchical regression analysis showed clinical variables, especially waiting-list time, significantly predicted attention problems (beta = .364, p < .05) and negative affect (beta = .632, p < .05) in transplanted adolescents. Also, male (beta = -0.554, p < .01) and younger (beta = -0.444, p < .01) transplanted adolescents were at risk for attention problems. Our data suggest the importance of the waiting-list time for transplanted adolescents. Efforts to reduce the pretransplant phase would help adolescents achieve better psychological adaptation at long-term posttransplant. PMID:19104980

de Castro, Elisa Kern; Moreno Jimnez, Bernardo

2008-06-01

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Scientific tools, fake treatments, or triggers for psychological healing: how clinical trial participants conceptualise placebos.  

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Placebos are an essential tool in randomised clinical trials, where they are used to control for bias and contextual healing effects. Placebos and their effects are also studied from multiple diverse perspectives, but the perspectives of placebo recipients are seldom considered. Research shows that people form cognitive and affective representations of active treatments such as medicines, and that they use these representations to guide their behaviour; it seems reasonable to suggest that people might also think about and develop representations of placebos. We adopted a qualitative approach to examine in detail how participants in one RCT, conducted in the USA, conceptualised placebos. 12 people were interviewed 3 times each, at the start, middle, and end of a trial of placebo effects and acupuncture for Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). The interview data were analysed inductively and we identified four ways in which the participants conceptualised placebos: placebos are necessary for research; placebo effects are fake; placebo acupuncture is not real acupuncture; placebos have real effects mediated by psychological mechanisms. Participants' conceptualisations of placebos were dynamic and situated in a broader psychological and socio-cultural context. Seeing placebo effects as legitimate seemed to be facilitated by having more holistic models of healing, viewing IBS as psychological, and seeing treatment as multifactorial. However, some participants maintained a negative view of placebo effects (e.g. as illusions) that was apparently inconsistent with their other beliefs (e.g. in mind-body healing mechanisms). This may indicate a dominance of negative discourses around placebos at a socio-cultural level. Negative views of placebos are inconsistent with evidence that placebo treatments can have positive effects on symptoms. RCT participants should be informed about potential benefits of placebo treatments to avoid misunderstandings and unease. Future work should improve methods of providing participants with full accurate information about placebos and their effects. PMID:22285289

Bishop, Felicity L; Jacobson, Eric E; Shaw, Jessica R; Kaptchuk, Ted J

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British Journal of Clinical Psychology 1990), 29, 105-109 Printed in Great Britain 105 1990 The British Psychological Society  

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The British Psychological Society A comparison of the WAIS and WAIS-R in matched UK samples J. R. Crawford of Aberdeen A matched samples design was employed to compare WAIS and WAIS-R IQ in UK subjects. The WAIS.4 and 7.9 IQ points respectively. The WAIS and WAIS-R samples were broadly representative of the UK adult

Crawford, John R.

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British Journal of Clinical Psychology (1994), 33, 65-69 Printed in Great Britain 65 1994 The British Psychological Society  

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The British Psychological Society The Mahalanobis Distance index of WAIS-R subtest scatter: Psychometric of Aberdeen Burgess (1991) has proposed a new index of subtest scatter for the WAIS-R which uses a test statistic, the Mahalanobis Distance (MD). When used with the WAIS-R, MD scores should be distributed as chi

Crawford, John R.

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British Journal of Clinical Psychology (1992), 31, 191-202 Printed in Great Britain 191 1992 The British Psychological Society  

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The British Psychological Society Short-forms of the UK WAIS-R: Regression equations and their predictive of age, sex and social class distribution, were administered a full-length WAIS-R (UK). Regression a two-subtest version proposed by Silverstein (1982) to a seven-subtest version proposed by Warrington

Crawford, John R.

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A Hospital Medical Staff Psychology Department: The Interface of Medical Education, Postdoctoral Psychology Training, Clinical Practice, and Medical Staff Membership  

Microsoft Academic Search

We describe the organization and development of the free-standing medical staff department of psychology at Hurley Medical Center (HMC) in Flint, Michigan. Housed in a tertiary care teaching hospital of Michigan State University College of Human Medicine (MSU\\/CHM), the department is unique in its independence and parity within the organized medical staff. The description herein follows the 10 organizational variables

Michael E. Lechner; Kirk J. Stucky

2000-01-01

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Psychological Variables Potentially Implicated in Opioid-Related Mortality as Observed in Clinical Practice  

PubMed Central

Opioid-related deaths in the United States have become a public health problem, with accidental and unintended overdoses being especially troubling. Screening for psychological risk factors is an important first step in safeguarding against nonadherence practices and identifying patients who may be vulnerable to the risks associated with opioid therapy. Validated screening instruments can aid in this attempt as a complementary tool to clinicians assessments. A structured screening is imperative as part of an assessment, as clinician judgment is not the most reliable method of identifying nonadherence. As a complement to formal screening, we present for discussion and possible future study certain psychological variables observed during years of clinical practice that may be linked to medication nonadherence and accidental overdose. These variables include catastrophizing, fear, impulsivity, attention deficit disorders, existential distress, and certain personality disorders. In our experience, chronic pain patients with dual diagnoses may become chemical copers as a way of coping with their negative emotion. For these patients, times of stress could lead to accidental overdose. Behavioral, cognitive-behavioral (acceptance and commitment, dialectical behavior), existential (meaning-centered, dignity), and psychotropic therapies have been effective in treating these high-risk comorbidities, while managing expectations of pain relief appears key to preventing accidental overdose. PMID:21668755

Passik, Steven D.; Lowery, Amy

2014-01-01

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[The surgeon as a hand patient: the clinical and psychological impact of hand and wrist fractures].  

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To gain insight into the management of patients with hand and wrist injuries, a series of clinical and psychological analyses was performed on 9 surgeons, each of whom underwent operative fixation of a hand or wrist fracture. The results of these analyses suggest that the functional outcome after hand surgery was affected by the surgeons' personality, motivation, and ability to accept and adapt to the injury, the nature of the injury, and the importance of the hand to the surgeons' careers. Surgeons are highly motivated and compulsive individuals who consider their career involvement a major source of identity and self-worth. Most returned to their operative duties ahead of the schedule set by their hand surgeons (average, 25 days after surgery), regarded their injuries as a positive challenge, and changed their lifestyles after injury to protect their hands. PMID:20217302

Chin, K R; Lonner, J H; Jupiter, B S; Jupiter, J B

2010-03-01

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Human diversity and professional competence. Training in clinical and counseling psychology revisited.  

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Psychologists have increasingly recognized the need to appropriately train students to serve individuals from diverse groups. These groups have been characterized by racial-ethnic membership or defined by sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, gender, and physical ability. Recent reports have documented that many applied graduate training programs still do not provide courses and experiences specific to working with diverse populations. This study presents results from a survey of 259 graduates of counseling and clinical psychology programs. Respondents were asked about training and professional work experiences with diverse groups. Results indicate restricted opportunities for training with diverse clients. Training experiences reported to be most effective are presented. Findings are discussed in light of continuing efforts to promote appropriate services. PMID:7978666

Allison, K W; Crawford, I; Echemendia, R; Robinson, L; Knepp, D

1994-09-01

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Bedrock and beyond: an examination of the clinical utility of contemporary theories of female psychology.  

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Libido theory and the idea of an innate matrix of bisexuality are an inadequate basis on which to understand female psychology. Rather, it is the mutual influence of sexuality, aggression, object relations, and a superego that inherits the object-related conflicts of early childhood, intertwined as these are with gender issues, that determine the way a woman experiences herself. A woman can have a basically confident, narcissistically valued sense of femaleness and at the same time be troubled by intense feelings of inadequacy and deprivation. Instead of arbitrarily attributing these feelings to penis envy and a sense of castration, based on the idea of bisexuality as bedrock, this paper suggests that we consider primary femininity as bedrock, but that the superego, as heir to unresolved preoedipal and oedipal object-related conflicts, functions to maintain these painful emotions. Clinical material illustrates the utility of these ideas. PMID:8040551

Tyson, P

1994-01-01

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Europes Journal of Psychology 3/2009, pp. 25-44 www.ejop.org Qualitative Approach to Clinical Psychology. Explorative Studies  

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This article is aimed to present a new approach to clinical research and also to clinical work based on Grounded Theory and on the software developed from it, Atlas.ti. It includes two practical applications of this software, one is the analysis of a clinical interview and the other the assessment of nine interviews taken with the Five Minutes Speech Sample belonging to five couples of parents. As it is presented below, each analysis was performed as a circular process, starting from the data, grouping them into categories, creating codes and then returning to the data in order to sustain them and to establish relations between them. In our view, this is a new and interesting way of approaching clinical data which gives the clinician the possibility of developing a deeper understanding of the patient/client without loosing himelf/herself in the theories of the psychological orientation the psychotherapist belongs to.

Lara Tagliapietra; Tatiana Alina Trifan; Laura Raineri; Adriana Lis (coord

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Clinical Cross-Training: Compatibility of Sport and Family Systems Psychology  

Microsoft Academic Search

Sport psychology offers unique opportunities for (a) expanding one's practice beyond areas regulated by managed care and (b) using one's knowledge of psychology to cultivate health, wellness, and positive aspects of life. This article describes how developing expertise in sport psychology may benefit a practitioner, with special attention to family systems psychologists evaluating their own suitability for working in the

Charles H. Brown

2001-01-01

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The Graduate Student Viewpoint on Internship Preparedness: A 2008 Council of University Directors of Clinical Psychology Student Survey  

Microsoft Academic Search

To better understand the graduate student viewpoint on quality of preparation provided by graduate programs in terms of the internship application process, the current study surveyed students enrolled in member programs of the Council of University Directors of Clinical Psychology (CUDCP). Six hundred seventy-four students completed a questionnaire designed to assess perceptions regarding preparation for the internship application process, relative

Katherine J. Bangen; Joseph W. VanderVeen; Jennifer C. Veilleux; Charles Kamen; Elizabeth A. Klonoff

2010-01-01

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Now or Later?: An Empirical Investigation of When and Why Students Apply to Clinical Psychology PhD Programs  

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This study used a national sample of PhD students in clinical psychology (N = 1,034) to explore when students decided to pursue their graduate degree, reasons for their decisions, and associated satisfaction. Results indicated that immediately after completing their undergraduate degree, 57% of current graduate students reported postponing

Zimak, Eric H.; Edwards, Katie M.; Johnson, Shannon M.; Suhr, Julie

2011-01-01

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Behavioral Medicine and Clinical Health Psychology: Introduction to the Special Issue, A View From the Decade of Behavior  

Microsoft Academic Search

This collection of articles follows prior special issues on behavioral medicine published in the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology in 1982 and 1992. From the vantage point of the Decade of Behavior, the field has grown in scope, depth of basic science foundations, and evidence of applied utility. Yet many challenges remainespecially in addressing a wide range of health

Timothy W. Smith; Philip C. Kendall; Francis J. Keefe

2002-01-01

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Clinical TMD, pain-related disability and psychological status of TMD patients.  

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This study investigated the clinical temporomandibular disorders (TMD), pain-related disability and psychological status of TMD patients using a computerized on-line TMD diagnostic system (NUS TMD v1.1). A total of 107 patients (32 male, 75 female) referred to the TMD clinics at the National Dental Centre and National University Hospital participated in this study. The mean age of the predominantly Chinese population (82.2%) was 30.8 years (range from 12 to 64 years). The history questionnaire and clinical examination were input directly into computers by patients and clinicians. A 'Summary of Findings' was then immediately generated by the program based on Axis I and II rules. The data was subsequently exported to SPSS for statistical analysis. About 20.6% of the patients had myofascial pain but only 7.5% experienced limited mandibular opening associated with myofascial pain. The majority of patients (> 80%) did not suffer from disc displacements (right and left joints). The frequency of arthralgia was also low (right joint 8.4%; left joint 7.5%) and only one patient had osteoarthosis of the TMJ. About 78.5% of the patients had low disability with almost equal distribution between low and high intensity pain, 27.1% of the patients were moderately depressed and 11.2% had severe depression. No significant difference in limitations related mandibular functioning scores was observed between normal/depressed patients and between patients with the different graded chronic pain severity classification. The three most frequent jaw disabilities were: eating hard foods (77.6%), yawning (75.7%) and chewing (64.5%). NUS TMD v1.1 is an extremely useful tool in the diagnosis/research of clinical TMD. PMID:11966972

Yap, A U J; Chua, E K; Hoe, J K E

2002-04-01

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Interprofessional Clinical Education for Occupational Therapy and Psychology Students: A Social Skills Training Program for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders  

Microsoft Academic Search

An interprofessional clinical learning experience was developed for pre-licensure occupational therapy (OT) and psychology graduate students. Students worked in interprofessional teams to plan and implement a social skills training program for children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). The objectives were to provide a hands-on, student-led clinical experience; facilitate interprofessional collaborative learning through leadership partnerships and teach children with ASD to

Dana M. Howell; Peggy Whitman; Myra Beth Bundy

2012-01-01

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Reproductive options for prospective parents in families with Huntington's disease: clinical, psychological and ethical reflections.  

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BACKGROUND Huntington's disease (HD) is an autosomal dominant neurodegenerative late onset disorder. This review of reproductive options aims to increase reproductive confidence and to prevent suffering in relation to family planning around HD and possibly other late onset neurodegenerative disorders. METHODS Selected relevant literature and own views and experiences as clinical geneticists, psychologists and ethicists have been used. RESULTS Possible options, with emphasis on prenatal diagnosis (PD) and preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) to prevent the transmission of HD to the next generation, are described and discussed. They are formally presented in a decision tree, taking into account the presence or absence of a fully penetrant allele (FPA), a reduced penetrant allele (RPA) or an intermediate allele (IA). A table compares invasive and non-invasive PD and PGD. From a psychological perspective, the complex process of counselling and decision-making regarding reproductive options is discussed. Special attention is paid to the decision to avoid the transmission of the mutation and to the confrontation and coping of a mutation-free child growing up with a parent developing disease symptoms. From an ethical point of view, reflections on both PD and PGD are brought forward taking into account the difference between FPA, RPA and IA, direct testing or exclusion testing and taking into account the welfare of the child in the context of medically assisted reproduction. CONCLUSION Recommendations and suggestions for good clinical practice in the reproductive care for HD families are formulated. PMID:23377865

de Die-Smulders, C E M; de Wert, G M W R; Liebaers, I; Tibben, A; Evers-Kiebooms, G

2013-01-01

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Twenty years of the Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings: we hope you will enjoy the show.  

PubMed

The 20th anniversary of the Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings is celebrated by highlighting the scientist-practitioner philosophy on which it was founded. The goal of the Journal-to provide an outlet for evidence-based approaches to healthcare that underscore the important scientific and clinical contributions of psychology in medical settings-is discussed. The contemporary relevance of this approach is related to the current implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care and its focus on accountability and the development of an interprofessional healthcare workforce; both of which have been foci of the Journal throughout its history and will continue to be so into the future. Several recommendations of future topic areas for the Journal to highlight regarding scientific, practice, policy, and education and training in professional health service psychology are offered. Successfully addressing these topics will support the growth of the field of psychology in the ever evolving healthcare system of the future and continue ensure that the Journal is a key source of professional information in health service psychology. PMID:24492915

Rozensky, Ronald H; Tovian, Steven M; Sweet, Jerry J

2014-03-01

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Developmental Psychology Developmental psychology  

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Developmental Psychology Developmental psychology is concerned with both physical and psychological changes throughout life-- from conception until death. www.uwindsor.ca/psychology A Rigorous, Enriching Program Developmental Psychology is a specialized major within Psychology that focuses on child

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Controversy clarified: an updated review of clinical psychology and tele-health.  

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One of the most controversial topics in the field of clinical psychology, online tele-health, or the integration of computers and the internet with therapeutic techniques, remains at the forefront of many debates. Despite potential interest, there are numerous factors that a psychologist must consider before integrating an online tele-health intervention into their own practice. This article outlines literature pertinent to the debate. The article begins with a brief history of the use of non-face-to-face interventions as well as the earliest recorded use of "tele-health" before discussing the modern benefits and risks associated with usage. Considerations for the psychologist as well as the client are detailed; incorporating ethical implications. The authors conclude that the utilization of tele-health interventions is an exponentially expanding field that should continue to be explored. Despite many well-conceived studies, a psychologist should educate themselves in all aspects of the new modes of intervention (e.g., ethical, legal, evidence-based treatments) before attempting to implement them into everyday practice. The article ends with a discussion on the acceptance among psychologists, as well as the outlook for the future. PMID:21963670

Perle, Jonathan G; Langsam, Leah C; Nierenberg, Barry

2011-12-01

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Drug side effect extraction from clinical narratives of psychiatry and psychology patients  

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Objective To extract physician-asserted drug side effects from electronic medical record clinical narratives. Materials and methods Pattern matching rules were manually developed through examining keywords and expression patterns of side effects to discover an individual side effect and causative drug relationship. A combination of machine learning (C4.5) using side effect keyword features and pattern matching rules was used to extract sentences that contain side effect and causative drug pairs, enabling the system to discover most side effect occurrences. Our system was implemented as a module within the clinical Text Analysis and Knowledge Extraction System. Results The system was tested in the domain of psychiatry and psychology. The rule-based system extracting side effects and causative drugs produced an F score of 0.80 (0.55 excluding allergy section). The hybrid system identifying side effect sentences had an F score of 0.75 (0.56 excluding allergy section) but covered more side effect and causative drug pairs than individual side effect extraction. Discussion The rule-based system was able to identify most side effects expressed by clear indication words. More sophisticated semantic processing is required to handle complex side effect descriptions in the narrative. We demonstrated that our system can be trained to identify sentences with complex side effect descriptions that can be submitted to a human expert for further abstraction. Conclusion Our system was able to extract most physician-asserted drug side effects. It can be used in either an automated mode for side effect extraction or semi-automated mode to identify side effect sentences that can significantly simplify abstraction by a human expert. PMID:21946242

Kocher, Jean-Pierre A; Chute, Christopher G; Savova, Guergana K

2011-01-01

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American Psychological Society: Psychological Research on the Net  

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Posted by the American Psychological Society (see the May 6, 1994 Scout Report), this Website presents an extensive annotated list of psychological research currently being conducted on the Web. In addition to a new studies section, topics include health psychology, industrial and organizational psychology, personality studies, psychology and religion, sensation and perception, social psychology, neural psychology, clinical psychology, developmental psychology, cognition, emotions, and others. Links are provided to the listed Websites.

2001-01-01

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Graduate Programs in Psychology The psychology department offers courses of  

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, community psychology, or clinical psychology. Students in the doctoral program can be awarded the master department by December 1 for the clinical psychology program, and January 15 for the community and human

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College of Psychology College of Psychology  

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Resource Development Master of Science in Psychology Master of Science in Rehabilitation and Mental Health's libraries. Research Areas Clinical psychology faculty interests include: health psy- chology, attachmentCollege of Psychology College of Psychology Life Sciences Building 3105 S. Dearborn St. Chicago, IL

Heller, Barbara

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College of Psychology College of Psychology  

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's libraries. Research Areas Clinical psychology faculty interests include: health psy- chology, attachmentCollege of Psychology College of Psychology Life Sciences Building 3105 S. Dearborn St. Chicago, IL 60616 312.567.3500 psychology@iit.edu www.iit.edu/colleges/psych Dean: M. Ellen Mitchell Associate Dean

Heller, Barbara

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Psychological and social aspects of infertility in men: an overview of the evidence and implications for psychologically informed clinical care and future research  

PubMed Central

Research concerning the psychosocial aspects of infertility and infertility treatment focuses more often on women than men. The aim of this review was to synthesize the English-language evidence related to the psychological and social aspects of infertility in men and discuss the implications of these reports for clinical care and future research. A structured search identified 73 studies that reported data concerning the desire for fatherhood and the psychological and social aspects of diagnosis, assisted reproductive technology (ART) treatment and unsuccessful treatment among men with fertility difficulties. The studies are diverse in conceptualisation, design, setting and data collection, but the findings were reasonably consistent. These studies indicated that fertile and infertile childless men of reproductive age have desires to experience parenthood that are similar to those of their female counterparts; in addition, diagnosis and initiation of treatment are associated with elevated infertility-specific anxiety, and unsuccessful treatment can lead to a state of lasting sadness. However, rates of clinically significant mental health problems among this patient population are no higher than in the general population. Infertile men who are socially isolated, have an avoidant coping style and appraise stressful events as overwhelming, are more vulnerable to severe anxiety than men without these characteristics. Men prefer oral to written treatment information and prefer to receive emotional support from infertility clinicians rather than from mental health professionals, self-help support groups or friends. Nevertheless, structured, facilitated psycho-educational groups that are didactic but permit informal sharing of experiences might be beneficial. There are gaps in knowledge about factors governing seeking, persisting with and deciding to cease treatment; experiences of invasive procedures; parenting after assisted conception; adoption and infertility-related grief and shame among men. Few resource-constrained countries have any data concerning male experiences of infertility. PMID:22179515

Fisher, Jane RW; Hammarberg, Karin

2012-01-01

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Psychological and social aspects of infertility in men: an overview of the evidence and implications for psychologically informed clinical care and future research.  

PubMed

Research concerning the psychosocial aspects of infertility and infertility treatment focuses more often on women than men. The aim of this review was to synthesize the English-language evidence related to the psychological and social aspects of infertility in men and discuss the implications of these reports for clinical care and future research. A structured search identified 73 studies that reported data concerning the desire for fatherhood and the psychological and social aspects of diagnosis, assisted reproductive technology (ART) treatment and unsuccessful treatment among men with fertility difficulties. The studies are diverse in conceptualisation, design, setting and data collection, but the findings were reasonably consistent. These studies indicated that fertile and infertile childless men of reproductive age have desires to experience parenthood that are similar to those of their female counterparts; in addition, diagnosis and initiation of treatment are associated with elevated infertility-specific anxiety, and unsuccessful treatment can lead to a state of lasting sadness. However, rates of clinically significant mental health problems among this patient population are no higher than in the general population. Infertile men who are socially isolated, have an avoidant coping style and appraise stressful events as overwhelming, are more vulnerable to severe anxiety than men without these characteristics. Men prefer oral to written treatment information and prefer to receive emotional support from infertility clinicians rather than from mental health professionals, self-help support groups or friends. Nevertheless, structured, facilitated psycho-educational groups that are didactic but permit informal sharing of experiences might be beneficial. There are gaps in knowledge about factors governing seeking, persisting with and deciding to cease treatment; experiences of invasive procedures; parenting after assisted conception; adoption and infertility-related grief and shame among men. Few resource-constrained countries have any data concerning male experiences of infertility. PMID:22179515

Fisher, Jane R W; Hammarberg, Karin

2012-01-01

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1School of Psychology Three years full-time  

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1School of Psychology Three years full-time Clinical Psychology Doctorate School of Psychology in Clinical Psychology (Clinical Psychology Doctorate) and eligibility to apply for registration, the Clinical Psychology Doctorate has a long and renowned history at the School of Psychology here

Miall, Chris

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Practice Patterns Across the Clinical Life Span: Results From the California Survey of Psychological Practice  

Microsoft Academic Search

Recent surveys among psychologists and historical accounts of the profession document important practice pattern differences among psychologists on the basis of years of postlicensure experience. Evidence for these differences across 4 groups of psychologists was examined from responses to the 2000 California Survey of Psychological Practice. Psychologists with fewer than 5 years of experience were found to treat on a

David Pingitore; Richard M. Scheffler

2005-01-01

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Self-Assessment in Clinical Health Psychology: A Model for Ethical Expansion of Practice  

Microsoft Academic Search

Society expects autonomous professions to ensure the competency of its practitioners, and professions should facilitate the continuing education and training of its members. Given the shift from psychology as a mental health profession to that of a health profession, the authors propose a self-assessment model for the individual practitioner to gauge his or her readiness to provide professional services in

Cynthia D. Belar; Robert A. Brown; Lee E. Hersch; Lynne M. Hornyak; Ronald H. Rozensky; Edward P. Sheridan; Ronald T. Brown; Geoffrey W. Reed

2001-01-01

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Posttraumatic growth in clinical psychology A critical review and introduction of a two component model  

Microsoft Academic Search

Positive psychological or personal changes in the aftermath of trauma, defined as the result of the struggle with highly stressful events, have recently elicited heightened attention by trauma researchers. This article aims at summarizing the most important theoretical models and conceptualizations of posttraumatic growth (PTG) and addresses the issue of the adaptive significance of this phenomenon. It further renders a

Tanja Zoellner; Andreas Maercker

2006-01-01

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Review of the Psychological Effects of Divorce throughout the Lifespan Including Implications for Clinical Treatment.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This document presents a comprehensive review of the literature on the psychological effects of divorce from the preschool years through adulthood. Topics discussed include the developmental perspective on divorce through various age groups; divorce as an event or process; and the role of the mental health professional. This review provides an

Hall, Pamela E.

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Clinical Outcomes, Cost-Effectiveness, and the Role of Psychology in Treatments for Chronic Pain Sufferers  

Microsoft Academic Search

Millions of people throughout the world suffer from chronic pain despite significant advances in research, technology, and treatment. Advances include the understanding of the neurobiology of nociception, the psychology of pain perception and response, and the availability of a range of pharmacological agents, operative procedures, physical modalities (e.g., ultrasound, transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, diathermy), regional anesthesia (e.g., nerve blocks), neuroaugmentation

Dennis C. Turk; Tasha M. Burwinkle

2005-01-01

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Psychological Debriefing May Not Be Clinically Effective: Implications for a Humanistic Approach to Trauma Intervention  

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Formal psychological debriefing in the wake of a traumatic experience seems to have no impact on the development of posttraumatic symptoms. This article addresses whether a more appropriate alternative would be a less-structured, more flexible humanistic approach to crisis counseling that encourages the use of trauma survivors' natural coping

Seely, Mark R.

2007-01-01

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Health Psychology Psychology 320  

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1 Health Psychology Psychology 320 Zaje Harrell, Ph.D. Fall 2011 134B Psychology Building Tu/Th 8@msu.edu Office Hours: W 12:00-1:00 ` M 11-12 Psychology Building 231 Course Overview Health psychology of topics in health psychology. The class is primarily in a lecture format with frequent time allotted

Liu, Taosheng

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Health Psychology Psychology 320  

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1 Health Psychology Psychology 320 Zaje Harrell, Ph.D. Spring 2011 134B Psychology Building Tu/Th 8: TBA Course Overview Health psychology is the field of psychology focused on the biological, psychological, and social factors that interact in relationship to health and well being. Health psychologists

Liu, Taosheng

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Counseling Psychology Educational Psychology  

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Counseling Psychology Educational Psychology College of Education Phone: (313) 577-1618, 577-1743 Fax: (313) 577-5235 http://coe.wayne.edu/tbf/edp/counseling-psychology COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY WITH AN EMPHASIS IN COUPLE AND FAMILY PSYCHOLOGY May, 2012 The program area of Educational Psychology offers

Berdichevsky, Victor

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Behavioral medicine and clinical health psychology: introduction to the special issue, a view from the decade of behavior.  

PubMed

This collection of articles follows prior special issues on behavioral medicine published in the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology in 1982 and 1992. From the vantage point of the Decade of Behavior, the field has grown in scope, depth of basic science foundations, and evidence of applied utility. Yet many challenges remain-especially in addressing a wide range of health problems across diverse populations and in a health care context characterized by rapid changes in technology and by a growing concern with costs and evidence-based practice. PMID:12090362

Smith, Timothy W; Kendall, Philip C; Keefe, Francis J

2002-06-01

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Race/ethnicity and other social determinants of psychological well-being and functioning in mental health clinics.  

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Significant racial and ethnic differences exist in the receipt of psychiatric care and help-seeking. We examined the relationship between race/ethnicity and psychological well-being and functioning in psychiatric outpatients. We analyzed intake data for 8,697 adult patients in psychiatry clinics in New England between 2008 and 2010. Patients rated psychological wellbeing using the Schwartz Outcome Scale (SOS-10); clinicians rated the Global Assessment of Functioning (GAF). In an analysis of variance with covariates, race/ethnicity exhibited a small but statistically significant association with GAF (F(4,8481)=17.902, p<.001) and SOS-10 scores (F(4,8165)=7.271, p<.001). However, after adjustment for physical health and socioeconomic variables, these differences became insignificant or were reversed. Our findings suggest that the relationship between race/ethnicity and mental health may be confounded by other socioeconomic or health differences and may be small compared with the effect of those variables. Future studies on race and psychological well-being should take social determinants of health into consideration. PMID:25130249

Chang, Trina E; Weiss, Anthony P; Marques, Luana; Baer, Lee; Vogeli, Christine; Trinh, Ha T; Clain, Alisabet J; Blais, Mark A; Fava, Maurizio; Yeung, Albert S

2014-08-01

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173Department of Psychology Graduate Catalogue 201314  

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a Master's Program in General Psychology and a Master's Program in Clinical Psychology MA in General­14 MA in Clinical Psychology Mission Statement The mission of the Master's Program in Clinical Psychology is to educate and train graduate students in the science and the practice of clinical psychology

Shihadeh, Alan

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Clinical Psychology Ph.D. Program Admissions: Differential Values as a Function of Program Characteristics and the Implications of the Mentor-Model Approach  

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The aims of this research were to 1) examine the qualities for which applicants are selected for entrance into clinical psychology Ph.D. programs, and 2) investigate the prevalence and impact of the mentor-model approach to admissions on multiple domains of programs and the field at large. Fifty Directors of Clinical Training (DCTs) provided data

Metzger, Jesse A.

2010-01-01

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Clinical psychological and neuropsychological issues with left ventricular assist devices (LVADs)  

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Background Left ventricular assist devices (LVADs) are increasingly being used to treat patients in end-stage heart failure (HF) as bridge-to-transplantation, lifetime support or destination therapy. However, the importance of this newer technique for chronic cardiac support compared to heart transplantation is still open to discussion. To date, there are few studies that extensively explore the psychological and cognitive profiles of patient with ventricular assist devices (VADs). Methods We studied the psychological aspects, quality of life (QOL) and cognitive profiles of 19 patients with HF before VAD implantation and then at two, five and 16 months post-implantation. Results Our results showed that after VAD implantation, patients did not show any psychopathological problems such as anxiety and/or depression. More interestingly, despite the constant risk of neurological events determined by the continuous-blood-flow pump (CBFP), patients cognitive functioning did not worsen. In fact, significant enhancements were observed over time. Conclusions Psychological and cognitive deficits are common in advanced HF and often worsen over time. Appropriately designed and randomized studies are needed to demonstrate whether earlier VAD implantation is warranted to arrest cognitive decline and encourage better post-implantation adaptation.

Cavazzana, Annachiara; Cavalli, Chiara; Bottio, Tomaso; Tarzia, Vincenzo; Gerosa, Gino; Volpe, Bianca Rosa

2014-01-01

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The use of functional neuroimaging to evaluate psychological and other non-pharmacological treatments for clinical pain  

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A large number of studies have provided evidence for the efficacy of psychological and other non-pharmacological interventions in the treatment of chronic pain. While these methods are increasingly used to treat pain, remarkably few studies focused on the exploration of their neural correlates. The aim of this article was to review the findings from neuroimaging studies that evaluated the neural response to distraction-based techniques, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), clinical hypnosis, mental imagery, physical therapy/exercise, biofeedback, and mirror therapy. To date, the results from studies that used neuroimaging to evaluate these methods have not been conclusive and the experimental methods have been suboptimal for assessing clinical pain. Still, several different psychological and non-pharmacological treatment modalities were associated with increased painrelated activations of executive cognitive brain regions, such as the ventral- and dorsolateral prefrontal cortex. There was also evidence for decreased pain-related activations in afferent pain regions and limbic structures. If future studies will address the technical and methodological challenges of todays experiments, neuroimaging might have the potential of segregating the neural mechanisms of different treatment interventions and elucidate predictive and mediating factors for successful treatment outcomes. Evaluations of treatment-related brain changes (functional and structural) might also allow for sub-grouping of patients and help to develop individualized treatments. PMID:22445888

Jensen, Karin B.; Berna, Chantal; Loggia, Marco L.; Wasan, Ajay; Edwards, Robert R.; Gollub, Randy L.

2013-01-01

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British Journal of Clinical Psychology (1995), 34, 237-250 Printed in Great Britain 2 3 7 1995 The British Psychological Society  

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The British Psychological Society The WAIS-R(UK): Basic psychometric properties in an adult UK sample J. R, Australia C. D. Gray and K. M. Allan Department of Psychology, University of Aberdeen, Scotland The WAIS in this country. The present study examined the psychometric properties of the WAIS-R in a sample of 200 subjects

Crawford, John R.

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Health Psychology Psychology 320  

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1 Health Psychology Psychology 320 Zaje Harrell, Ph.D. Fall 2012 134B Psychology Building Tu/Th 8 11:00-12:00 Course Assistants: Elizabeth Polk Conrad Corretti Course Overview Health psychology of topics in health psychology. The class is primarily in a lecture format with frequent time allotted

Liu, Taosheng

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Department of Psychology Handbook 2014  

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2014 Department of Psychology Handbook 2014 College of Science Science Reveal. #12;Contents 3 Welcome 4 What is Psychology 5 Including Psychology in your degree 6 Enrolment, Planning & Changes 7 in Applied Psychology Courses 35 Clinical Psychology Programme 37 General Postgraduate Information 39

Hickman, Mark

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Psychological needs, service utilization and provision of care in a specialist mental health clinic for young refugees: a comparative study.  

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This study addressed psychological needs, patterns of service utilization and provision of care in a specialist mental health service for young refugees and asylum seekers in London. Comparisons were made between two groups with different levels of postulated mental health need: unaccompanied minors (UAMs; n = 49) and children accompanied to the UK by one or more primary caregivers (n = 29). Significant differences were observed in referral pathways, with UAMs more likely to be referred by social services and less likely to be referred from medical agencies. UAMs also attended fewer sessions during treatment, and missed a greater proportion of scheduled appointments. Contrary to prediction, group comparisons revealed similar levels of post-migration stress and overall psychological morbidity. However, UAMs experienced significantly more traumatic events prior to resettlement, and were more likely to exhibit symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) than their accompanied peers. Despite their elevated risk of PTSD, UAMs were less likely than accompanied children to have received trauma-focused interventions. UAMs were also significantly less likely to have been treated using cognitive therapy, anxiety management and parent/carer training, as well as receiving fewer types of practical assistance with basic social needs. The clinical and service implications of these findings are discussed. PMID:19293323

Michelson, Daniel; Sclare, Irene

2009-04-01

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Suicide and perfectionism: a psychological autopsy study of non-clinical suicides.  

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This study explores suicide in relation to perfectionism among individuals who died by suicide with no history of treatment in mental health care or of suicide attempts. The study is part of an ongoing psychological autopsy study (PA-study). It aimed to produce a phenomenological understanding of the dynamics/processes from perfectionism to suicide among 6 men aged 22 to 58. Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) was used to analyze the interview data of 41 key informants. Based on the informants' narratives, it seemed that perfectionism left these men less able to cope with their (self-perceived) inability to meet their high expectations. Four themes emerged from analysis: 1) striving for success; 2) fear of failure; 3) keeping up the faade; and 4) rigidity. The results may be important in the prevention of nonclinical suicides, a group that is particularly difficult to identify, especially if the deceased have been regarded as very successful in many areas. PMID:25304870

Kiamanesh, Parvin; Dyregrov, Kari; Haavind, Hanne; Dieserud, Gudrun

2014-01-01

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The Effectiveness of an ACT Informed Intervention for Managing Stress and Improving Therapist Qualities in Clinical Psychology Trainees  

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Objectives: Clinical psychology trainees (CPTs) are vulnerable to high stress, which can adversely affect their personal and professional functioning. This study evaluated the effectiveness of a group acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) informed stress management intervention for CPTs. Design: Outcome measures were work-related stress, distress, life satisfaction, counseling selfefficacy, self-compassion, and therapeutic alliance. A cohort-controlled design, where an experimental group (n = 28) was compared with a waitlist control group (n = 28), was utilized, with a 10-week follow-up. Results: Group comparisons showed statistically significant intervention effects for the main outcome measures, which were maintained at follow-up. Mediational analyses showed that changes on most outcomes were mediated by ACT mindfulness and acceptance processes.

Johanna Stafford-brown; Kenneth I. Pakenham

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Requirements for PhD Program in Clinical Psychological Science Vanderbilt University  

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): Psychopathology (3) __________________ 310 (A&S): Research Methods in Clinical Psych (3) ___________________ 3430) ___________________ Additional Psychopathology Course: _______________ ___________________ Additional Intervention Course/A&S) Individual Differences in Behavior (3): ____________ _____________________ (e.g. 312A&S, 318P, 370P) History

Palmeri, Thomas

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The SportClinical Intake Protocol: A Comprehensive Interviewing Instrument for Applied Sport Psychology  

Microsoft Academic Search

The SportClinical Intake Protocol (SCIP) was developed to provide clinical professionals with extensive information about the athletic clients life within and outside of sport. The SCIP is divided into 7 sections that represent important areas of an athletes life that the professional must assess: (a) the presenting problem, (b) life and athletic history, (c) social support, (d) health status, (e)

Jim Taylor; Barry A. Schneider

1992-01-01

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Stepped care targeting psychological distress in head and neck and lung cancer patients: a randomized clinical trial  

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Background Psychological distress is common in cancer survivors. Although there is some evidence on effectiveness of psychosocial care in distressed cancer patients, referral rate is low. Lack of adequate screening instruments in oncology settings and insufficient availability of traditional models of psychosocial care are the main barriers. A stepped care approach has the potential to improve the efficiency of psychosocial care. The aim of the study described herein is to evaluate efficacy of a stepped care strategy targeting psychological distress in cancer survivors. Methods/design The study is designed as a randomized clinical trial with 2 treatment arms: a stepped care intervention programme versus care as usual. Patients treated for head and neck cancer (HNC) or lung cancer (LC) are screened for distress using OncoQuest, a computerized touchscreen system. After stratification for tumour (HNC vs. LC) and stage (stage I/II vs. III/IV), 176 distressed patients are randomly assigned to the intervention or control group. Patients in the intervention group will follow a stepped care model with 4 evidence based steps: 1. Watchful waiting, 2. Guided self-help via Internet or a booklet, 3. Problem Solving Treatment administered by a specialized nurse, and 4. Specialized psychological intervention or antidepressant medication. In the control group, patients receive care as usual which most often is a single interview or referral to specialized intervention. Primary outcome is the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HADS). Secondary outcome measures are a clinical level of depression or anxiety (CIDI), quality of life (EQ-5D, EORTC QLQ-C30, QLQ-HN35, QLQ-LC13), patient satisfaction with care (EORTC QLQ-PATSAT), and costs (health care utilization and work loss (TIC-P and PRODISQ modules)). Outcomes are evaluated before and after intervention and at 3, 6, 9 and 12?months after intervention. Discussion Stepped care is a system of delivering and monitoring treatments, such that effective, yet least resource-intensive, treatment is delivered to patients first. The main aim of a stepped care approach is to simplify the patient pathway, provide access to more patients and to improve patient well-being and cost reduction by directing, where appropriate, patients to low cost (self-)management before high cost specialist services. Trial registration NTR1868 PMID:22574757

2012-01-01

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Psychology 340 Social Psychology  

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Psychology 340 Social Psychology Fall 2010 Syllabus and Class Requirements Class meetings: Tuesday to come out of this class with two things: 1) a knowledge of social psychology (useful in the workplace social psychology to real life. This is a way for the class to include your experiences, as I will share

Gallo, Linda C.

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Applying psychological theories to evidence-based clinical practice: Identifying factors predictive of managing upper respiratory tract infections without antibiotics  

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Background Psychological models can be used to understand and predict behaviour in a wide range of settings. However, they have not been consistently applied to health professional behaviours, and the contribution of differing theories is not clear. The aim of this study was to explore the usefulness of a range of psychological theories to predict health professional behaviour relating to management of upper respiratory tract infections (URTIs) without antibiotics. Methods Psychological measures were collected by postal questionnaire survey from a random sample of general practitioners (GPs) in Scotland. The outcome measures were clinical behaviour (using antibiotic prescription rates as a proxy indicator), behavioural simulation (scenario-based decisions to managing URTI with or without antibiotics) and behavioural intention (general intention to managing URTI without antibiotics). Explanatory variables were the constructs within the following theories: Theory of Planned Behaviour (TPB), Social Cognitive Theory (SCT), Common Sense Self-Regulation Model (CS-SRM), Operant Learning Theory (OLT), Implementation Intention (II), Stage Model (SM), and knowledge (a non-theoretical construct). For each outcome measure, multiple regression analysis was used to examine the predictive value of each theoretical model individually. Following this 'theory level' analysis, a 'cross theory' analysis was conducted to investigate the combined predictive value of all significant individual constructs across theories. Results All theories were tested, but only significant results are presented. When predicting behaviour, at the theory level, OLT explained 6% of the variance and, in a cross theory analysis, OLT 'evidence of habitual behaviour' also explained 6%. When predicting behavioural simulation, at the theory level, the proportion of variance explained was: TPB, 31%; SCT, 26%; II, 6%; OLT, 24%. GPs who reported having already decided to change their management to try to avoid the use of antibiotics made significantly fewer scenario-based decisions to prescribe. In the cross theory analysis, perceived behavioural control (TPB), evidence of habitual behaviour (OLT), CS-SRM cause (chance/bad luck), and intention entered the equation, together explaining 36% of the variance. When predicting intention, at the theory level, the proportion of variance explained was: TPB, 30%; SCT, 29%; CS-SRM 27%; OLT, 43%. GPs who reported that they had already decided to change their management to try to avoid the use of antibiotics had a significantly higher intention to manage URTIs without prescribing antibiotics. In the cross theory analysis, OLT evidence of habitual behaviour, TPB attitudes, risk perception, CS-SRM control by doctor, TPB perceived behavioural control and CS-SRM control by treatment entered the equation, together explaining 49% of the variance in intention. Conclusion The study provides evidence that psychological models can be useful in understanding and predicting clinical behaviour. Taking a theory-based approach enables the creation of a replicable methodology for identifying factors that predict clinical behaviour. However, a number of conceptual and methodological challenges remain. PMID:17683558

Eccles, Martin P; Grimshaw, Jeremy M; Johnston, Marie; Steen, Nick; Pitts, Nigel B; Thomas, Ruth; Glidewell, Elizabeth; Maclennan, Graeme; Bonetti, Debbie; Walker, Anne

2007-01-01

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Journal of Consulting Psychology  

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This article is reprinted from the Journal of Consulting Psychology, 1965, 29, 97. The present editor wishes to affirm that the Journal of Consulting Psychology is the APA publication in the area of clinical psychology (child and adult), and it is his intention that its range of content will reflect the many facets of this area. Relevant topics would include:

Jules D. Holzberg

1965-01-01

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Empirically supported psychological therapies  

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This article introduces the special section of the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology on empirically supported psychological therapies. After a discussion of the rationale for the selection of the specific terms in the label, several justifications are considered for conducting and learning from empirical evaluations of psychological therapies. Finally, the process that guided the special section is described.

Philip C. Kendall

1998-01-01

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Psychology in Mexico  

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The first formal psychology course taught in Mexico was in 1896 at Mexico's National University; today, National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM in Spanish). The modern psychology from Europe and the US in the late 19th century were the primary influences of Mexican psychology, as well as psychoanalysis and both clinical and experimental

Ruiz, Eleonora Rubio

2011-01-01

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Graduate Training and Research Funding for Clinical Psychology in Canada: Review and Recommendations  

Microsoft Academic Search

Graduate training programs for clinical psychologists in Canada have almost uniformly developed around variations of one model - the scientist-practitioner. Training in this model, as it is exemplified in Canadian universities, may not result in appropriate preparation for the manpower needs of the future. Some alternate models are outlined in terms of possible changes in the role of the psychologist

Park O. Davidson

1970-01-01

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Adoption in Clinical Psychology: A Review of the Absence, Ramifications, and Recommendations for Change  

Microsoft Academic Search

Practicing clinical psychologists reported that 5 to 10% of their patients are adoption triad members (Sass & Henderson, 1999) and yet recent studies concluded that the majority of psychologists are not being taught about adoption-related issues in their preservice raining (Post, 1999; Sass & Henderson, 1999). This article discusses the need for training on adoption in the context of the

Diana E. Post

2000-01-01

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Factor-Analytic Methods of Scale Development in Personality and Clinical Psychology  

Microsoft Academic Search

Many clinical and social psychologists need to develop scales to carry out their research. Without adequate training in psychometric methods, they can easily run into difficulty. This article is designed to address some of the more common pitfalls in homogeneous scale construction. Empirical scale development by the criterion-group method is not considered. Suggestions are offered about item writing, answer scale

Andrew L. Comrey

1988-01-01

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13 Communication and Experience in Clinical Psychology and Neurorehabilitation: The Use of Virtual Reality Driving Simulators  

Microsoft Academic Search

Virtual reality (VR) driving simulators may be used as an aid to traditional cognitive-behavioral therapy in the treatment of a variety of driving- related disorders. In recent years there has been a heightened interest among researchers and clinicians in using VR technology to address a wide range of driving-related issues. Clinical applications include specific driving phobias, driving phobias related to

Brenda K. WIEDERHOLD; Mark D. WIEDERHOLD

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Psychological distress among patients attending a general medical outpatient clinic in Pakistan  

Microsoft Academic Search

It is not known whether the pattern of psychiatric disorders in medical outpatients in Pakistan is similar to that observed in the West. Consecutive medical outpatients completed the Self-Report Questionnaire (SRQ) to detect probable psychiatric disorder. The usual cut-off score of 8\\/9 was used. One-thousand and sixty-nine patients completed the SRQ (84% response rate) at four half-day clinics. Sixteen percent

Nusrat Husain; Imran Chaudhry; S Afsar; Francis Creed

2004-01-01

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Dissemination of a computer-based psychological treatment in a drug and alcohol clinical service: an observational study  

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Background There is emerging evidence for the potential of computer-based psychological treatments (CBPT) as an add-on to usual clinical practice in the management of health problems. Objective The study set out to observe if, when, and how clinicians working in a publically funded alcohol/other drug (AOD) clinical service might utilize SHADE (Self-Help for Alcohol and other drug use and DEpression), a CBPT program for comorbid depression and alcohol or cannabis use, in their clinical practice. Methods Thirteen clinicians working within an AOD service on the Central Coast of New South Wales, Australia, were recruited. At baseline, all 13 clinicians were assessed for their computer anxiety and openness to innovation. Clinicians referred current clients to the study, with consenting and eligible clients (N?=?35) completing a baseline and 15-week follow-up clinical assessment. The assessment comprised a range of mental health and AOD measures administered by an independent research assistant. Over the course of the study, clinicians submitted session checklists detailing information about session content, including the context and extent to which SHADE was used for each client. Results Descriptive statistics showed that clinicians employed the SHADE program in a variety of ways. When SHADE modules were used, they were generally introduced in the early phase of treatment, on average, around session 4 (M?=?3.77, SD?=?5.26, range 136). However, only 12 of the 35 clients whose session checklists were available were exposed to the SHADE modules; this, despite 28/35 clients indicating that they would be willing to use CBPT during their current treatment program. Conclusions Treatment seekers in the AOD service of the current trial were generally open to receiving CBPT like SHADE; however, clinicians tended to use SHADE with only 34 percent of clients. This indicates the importance of providing ongoing support and encouragement to clinicians, in addition to an initial training session, to encourage the adoption of innovative technologies into clinical practice, and perhaps to engage clients in a discussion about CBPT more routinely. Trial registration Australian Clinical Trial Registration Number ACTRN12611000382976. PMID:25106668

2014-01-01

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Page 230 Psychology Sonoma State University 2014-2015 Catalog DEPARTMENT OFFICE  

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, health psychology, organization development, ecopsychology, Jungian and archetypal psychology and groups. Current faculty interests include social justice, health psychology, depth psychology, clinicalPage 230 Psychology Sonoma State University 2014-2015 Catalog PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT OFFICE

Ravikumar, B.

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British journal of Clinical Psychology (1990), 29, 435-436 Printed in Great Britain 4 3 5 1990 The British Psychological Society  

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The British Psychological Society Assessing the validity of NART-estimated premorbid IQs in the individual the standard means of estimating premorbid intelligence. The danger in using the NART for this purpose). The multiple correlation between these demographic variables and the NART was .70 (p

Crawford, John R.

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Contributions to the history of psychology: CIX. Note on an oral history of C. Kermit Phelps: an 89-year-old African American clinical psychologist.  

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During late 1996 and early 1997, the authors conducted four structured interviews with C. Kermit Phelps, an 89-year-old black psychologist who spent his professional career at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri. Interview topics cover Dr. Phelps' personal and professional history, the evolution of clinical psychology, and issues surrounding minorities in the profession of psychology. This brief article provides an overview of some findings as a comprehensive account of the interviews will require considerable time to prepare. PMID:9461769

McCoy, A; Fried, S B

1997-12-01

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www.mcmaster.ca/psychology What is Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour?  

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www.mcmaster.ca/psychology What is Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour? Psychology, Neuroscience prepared for pursuing postgraduate training and careers in science, medicine and related health fields, speech pathology, clinical psychology, and the business world. HERE'S A QUICK LOOK AT THE PROGRAMS

Haykin, Simon

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Science and pseudoscience in the development of eye movement desensitization and reprocessing: implications for clinical psychology.  

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The enormous popularity recently achieved by Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) as a treatment for anxiety disorders appears to have greatly outstripped the evidence for its efficacy from controlled research studies. The disparity raises disturbing questions concerning EMDR's aggressive commercial promotion and its rapid acceptance among practitioners. In this article, we: (1) summarize the evidence concerning EMDR's efficacy; (2) describe the dissemination and promotion of EMDR; (3) delineate the features of pseudoscience and explicate their relevance to EMDR; (4) describe the pseudoscientific marketing practices used to promote EMDR; (5) analyze factors contributing to the acceptance of EMDR by professional psychologists; and (6) discuss practical considerations for professional psychologists regarding the adoption of EMDR into professional practice. We argue that EMDR provides an excellent vehicle for illustrating the differences between scientific and pseudoscientific therapeutic techniques. Such distinctions are of critical importance for clinical psychologists who intend to base their practice on the best available research. PMID:11098395

Herbert, J D; Lilienfeld, S O; Lohr, J M; Montgomery, R W; O'Donohue, W T; Rosen, G M; Tolin, D F

2000-11-01

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TUFTS IN LONDON PSYCHOLOGY EQUIVALENCIES  

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for Psychology majors PSYC2205: Brain & Behaviour PSY 025 (not for BioPsy majors) PSYC2206: Health and Clinical: Organisational Psychology PSY 196g PSYC3109: Psychology of Health PSY 196h PSYC3111: Human-Computer Interface PSYTUFTS IN LONDON PSYCHOLOGY EQUIVALENCIES Tufts in London Tufts Medford PSYC6001: Intro to Social

Patel, Aniruddh D.

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Editorial Comment on Psychological Trends  

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Interchange between clinical and counseling psychology has been profitable, but it is now time for both to cross-fertilize with social psychology. While occasionally we may find some utilization of social psychology concepts, this has been minimal. A purposeful restudy of social psychology holds the possibility of being most productive. This Journal has shown a modest awareness of the significance of

Thomas E. Kennelly

1961-01-01

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College of Science Department of Psychology  

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of the scholarship is to increase the number of Mori graduates in clinical psychology, a professional qualification by the Department of Psychology on the recommendation of the Director of Clinical Psychology. The University. Discuss how your training in Clinical Psychology may benefit the future development of Mori (or Pasifika

Hickman, Mark

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Rutgers Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology  

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* (clinical psychology) Heart Rate Variability Biofeedback in the Treatment of Major Depression Advisers: Maria Katsamanis and Donald Morgan William Christiana*** (clinical psychology) Evaluating Needs Advisers: Eun-Young Mun and Russell Kormann Lisa D. Grinfeld* (clinical psychology) Assessing Lay

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Applying psychological theories to evidence-based clinical practice: Identifying factors predictive of managing upper respiratory tract infections without antibiotics  

Microsoft Academic Search

BACKGROUND: Psychological models can be used to understand and predict behaviour in a wide range of settings. However, they have not been consistently applied to health professional behaviours, and the contribution of differing theories is not clear. The aim of this study was to explore the usefulness of a range of psychological theories to predict health professional behaviour relating to

Martin P Eccles; Jeremy M Grimshaw; Marie Johnston; Nick Steen; Nigel B Pitts; Ruth Thomas; Elizabeth Glidewell; Graeme Maclennan; Debbie Bonetti; Anne Walker

2007-01-01

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Can Psychology Ethics Effectively Be Integrated into Introductory Psychology?  

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This study evaluated the integration of psychology ethics into an introductory psychology course. Students in two general\\u000a psychology sections were exposed to an infusion of psychology ethics in teaching, research, and clinical practice, whereas\\u000a students in two sections were exposed to traditional course content. Students completed a pre and post-test assessment including\\u000a a psychology ethics questionnaire and open-ended responses to

Renee A. Zucchero

2008-01-01

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Senior house officers' work related stressors, psychological distress, and confidence in performing clinical tasks in accident and emergency: a questionnaire study.  

PubMed Central

OBJECTIVE: To investigate the relation between accident and emergency senior house officers' psychological distress and confidence in performing clinical tasks and to describe work related stressors. DESIGN: Questionnaire survey with data collected at four points during senior house officers' six month attachment to accident and emergency departments. SUBJECTS: 171 newly appointed accident and emergency senior house officers from 27 hospitals in the South Thames region. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: Psychological distress measured with a 25 item questionnaire; confidence in performing a range of 35 clinical and practical activities (visual analogue scales); reported consultation stress factors, other work related stressors, and personal stressors. RESULTS: Overall confidence scores in carrying out a range of clinical and practical activities increased significantly between the end of the first and the end of the fourth month (Z = -6.05, P < 0.001). Senior house officers with higher psychological distress scores at the end of their first and fourth month had significantly lower confidence scores (Z = -3.20, P < 0.001; Z = -1.90, P < 0.05). Senior house officers with lower increases in confidence between the first and fourth month had significantly higher distress than those with greater increases (Z = -2.62, P < 0.001). Factors identified as causing stress during consultations included difficulties with communication, certain clinical presentations, and department organisational factors (particularly the intensity of workload). CONCLUSIONS: Psychological distress is linked to confidence in senior house officers. This supports the need to monitor and build confidence in senior house officers and to address work related stressors. Additional communication skills training needs to be considered. PMID:9116547

Williams, S.; Dale, J.; Glucksman, E.; Wellesley, A.

1997-01-01

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Exploring differential item functioning in the SF-36 by demographic, clinical, psychological and social factors in an osteoarthritis population  

PubMed Central

Background The SF-36 is a very commonly used generic measure of health outcome in osteoarthritis (OA). An important, but frequently overlooked, aspect of validating health outcome measures is to establish if items work in the same way across subgroup of a population. That is, if respondents have the same true level of outcome, does the item give the same score in different subgroups or is it biased towards one subgroup or another. Differential item functioning (DIF) can identify items that may be biased for one group or another and has been applied to measuring patient reported outcomes. Items may show DIF for different conditions and between cultures, however the SF-36 has not been specifically examined in an osteoarthritis population nor in a UK population. Hence, the aim of the study was to apply the DIF method to the SF-36 for a UK OA population. Methods The sample comprised a community sample of 763 people with OA who participated in the Somerset and Avon Survey of Health. The SF-36 was explored for DIF with respect to demographic, social, clinical and psychological factors. Well developed ordinal regression models were used to identify DIF items. Results DIF items were found by age (6 items), employment status (6 items), social class (2 items), mood (2 items), hip v knee (2 items), social deprivation (1 item) and body mass index (1 item). Although the impact of the DIF items rarely had a significant effect on the conclusions of group comparisons, in most cases there was a significant change in effect size. Conclusions Overall, the SF-36 performed well with only a small number of DIF items identified, a reassuring finding in view of the frequent use of the SF-36 in OA. Nevertheless, where DIF items were identified it would be advisable to analyse data taking account of DIF items, especially when age effects are the focus of interest. PMID:24330385

2013-01-01

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Department of Psychology Life Sciences Building  

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are available through IIT's libraries. Research Areas Clinical psychology faculty interests include: health psyPsychology Department of Psychology Life Sciences Building 3105 S. Dearborn St. Chicago, IL 60616 312.567.3500 psychology@iit.edu humansciences.iit.edu/psychology Chair: Ronald S. Landis Associate

Heller, Barbara

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Taught degrees MRes in Psychological Methods  

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and Mental Health MSc in Health Psychology Postgraduate Diploma in Psychological Therapy (with optional Society MSc in Foundations of Clinical Psychology and Mental Health A first- or upper second-class undergraduate honours degree in psychology or a closely related subject MSc in Health Psychology A first

Sussex, University of

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Psychology 340 Social Psychology  

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Psychology 340 Social Psychology Spring 2009 Syllabus and Class Requirements Class meetings and how individuals behave in social situations. I would like every person to come out of this class Office Hours: By appointment; usually available after class E-mail: jtwenge@mail.sdsu.edu TAs: Alexandra

Gallo, Linda C.

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Psychology 340 Social Psychology  

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Psychology 340 Social Psychology Spring 2008 Syllabus and Class Requirements Class meetings situations. I would like every person to come out of this class with two things: 1) a knowledge of social Office Hours: By appointment; usually available after class E-mail: jtwenge@mail.sdsu.edu TA: Jennifer

Gallo, Linda C.

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WALTER MISCHEL -CURRICULUM VITAE (January 2013) Address: Department of Psychology Phone: (212) 854-3957  

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@psych.columbia.edu Education Ph.D., clinical psychology, Ohio State University, 1956; M.A., clinical psychology, College for Personality and Social Psychology) Distinguished Scientist Award, APA, Division of Clinical Psychology, 1978, Department of Psychology, 1978-1983 President, Division of Clinical Psychology, Section III (Development

Columbia University

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Sport psychology: psychologic issues and applications.  

PubMed

This article has briefly highlighted the area of sport psychology as it relates to performance psychology skills (mental training), including a historical overview and current topics overview. The use of mental training skills may be of interest to the practicing physical medicine and rehabilitation professional in the treatment of his or her patients. It is important that the physical medicine professional recognize what sport or performance psychology represents within the paradigm of psychologic interventions. Referring to an individual based on his or her training (licensed psychologist versus mental training consultant) is essential for the appropriate management of psychologic issues related to performance. The issues related to the psychologic rehabilitation of the injured athlete are of importance to the medical staff; the overview of affective responses can assist in understanding the normal and adaptive responses of the injured athlete. Finally, a brief description of a psychologist's role within a sports medicine and rehabilitation practice is presented. The psychologic issues that are present in the world of sport and elite performance are numerous, and not all are mentioned in this article. Issues of eating disorders, substance abuse, and psychologic health with athletes should be further explored within the physical medicine and rehabilitation discipline as well as in the sports medicine discipline. The ever-evolving psychologic dynamics of individuals involved in sport and elite performance are intriguing and unique. A specialized knowledge base, training, and experience in providing psychologic services are required to treat this unique population. Counseling and clinical issues of the athlete and elite performer require further attention in the realm of psychologic interventions, including further exploration of the efficacy of interventions for performance enhancement. The field of applied sport psychology may offer the physical medicine professional a unique perspective into the care of patients who are athletes and elite performers. PMID:16952750

Carr, Christopher M

2006-08-01

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Effects of Mindfulness-Based versus Interpersonal Process Group Intervention on Psychological Well-Being with a Clinical University Population  

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This quasi-experimental study compared a group mindfulness-based intervention (MI) with an interpersonal process (IP) group intervention and a no-treatment (NT) control condition in reducing psychological distress among 112 students at 2 universities. At postintervention, IP and MI group participants exhibited significant reductions in anxiety,

Byrne, Ciara; Bond, Lynne A.; London, Miv

2013-01-01

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Psychological distress among patients of an orthopaedic outpatient clinic: a study from a low-income country  

Microsoft Academic Search

BACKGROUND: Depression is common among general trauma patients and is associated with a poor outcome. We evaluated the relationship of psychological distress to physical injury, musculoskeletal complaints, and social factors in a low-income country. METHODS: We administered the Self-Rating Questionnaire (SRQ), the Oslo social support questionnaire, and the Brief Disability Questionnaire (BDQ). RESULTS: An SRQ score of 9 or more,

Nusrat Husain; Syed M Humail; Imran B Chaudhry; Raza Rahman; Holly Robinson; Francis Creed

2010-01-01

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Clinical Management of Anxiety Disorders in Psychiatric Settings: Psychology's Impact on Evidence-Based Treatment of Children and Adults  

Microsoft Academic Search

The role of psychologists in psychiatric settings has evolved over the past century from primarily conducting psychological evaluations to being the vital and integral link (sometimes the only such link) to the delivery of scientifically sound assessment and treatment methods. Consequently, the role of the psychologist, with respect to the scientist-practitioner model, has expanded to include collaborator with, consultant to,

Cheryl N. Carmin; Anne Marie Albano

2003-01-01

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Developmental Course of Deprivation-Specific Psychological Patterns: Early Manifestations, Persistence to Age 15, and Clinical Features  

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In chapter IV, the authors focused on their findings on the developmental course of deprivation-specific psychological patterns (DSPs). The authors rediscussed the syndrome concept in the light of two main considerations. First, the findings indicated substantial overlap among the four postulated DSPs at 15 years including CI and I/O before

Kreppner, Jana; Kumsta, Robert; Rutter, Michael; Beckett, Celia; Castle, Jennifer; Stevens, Suzanne; Sonuga-Barke, Edmund J.

2010-01-01

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American Psychological Society: Teaching Resources  

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Teachers of psychology looking for high-quality resources to augment their students' classroom experience need look no further than this collection of online materials. Compiled by the American Psychological Society, the links are divided into topical sections that include health psychology, statistics, clinical psychology, research methods, and a dozen other topics. Visitors to the site will find links that lead to course materials for an introductory class on physiological psychology and a set of materials on educational psychology from Miami University. Finally, the site is rounded out by a very extensive section on statistics, including links to several online statistics glossaries and calculators.

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KRISTINA J. KORTE DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY  

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EDUCATION Florida State University Degree: M.S. in Clinical Psychology, May 2015 (anticipated) Florida State University Degree: M.S. in Clinical Psychology, May 2013 Boston University, Boston, MA Degree: M attitudes and social anxiety are negatively associated. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 28, 714

Hull, Elaine

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UCSD/VA Psychology Internship Training Program  

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-approved predoctoral internship in clinical psychology. The program begins each year on July 1 and includes a stipend Program in Clinical Psychology (see Appendix A - Organizational Chart). The salient features of our, the Department of Psychiatry has developed six primary sites for the provision of training in clinical psychology

Squire, Larry R.

270

Categories of Job Titles Relevant to Psychology Bachelor's Degree Holders  

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Consulting Psychology o Industrial/Organizational Psychology o Health Psychology o Clinical Psychology oCategories of Job Titles Relevant to Psychology Bachelor's Degree Holders Related to psychology enforcement officer Life skills counsellor Lobbying organizer Neighbourhood outreach worker Mental health tech

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Research Review Psychology 1998-2004 November 2006  

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.1. Cognitive neuroscience 17 3.2. Clinical psychology 17 3.3. Developmental psychology 18 3.4. SocialResearch Review Psychology 1998-2004 November 2006 #12;2 QANU / Research Review Psychology 1998 Review Psychology 1998-2004 Table of Contents Foreword 5 Preface 7 1. Research Evaluation Psychology 9 1

van Rooij, Robert

272

Assessing Student Interest and Familiarity with Professional Psychology Specialty Areas  

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The present study examined undergraduate psychology students' (N = 83) self-reported interest in and familiarity with five specialty areas in professional psychology: counseling psychology, clinical psychology, school psychology, forensic psychology, and criminal profiling. Results suggest that although students are quite interested in careers

Stark-Wroblewski, Kimberly; Wiggins, Tina L.; Ryan, Joseph J.

2006-01-01

273

Psychology Undergraduate BSc (Hons) Psychology  

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behaviour, neuropsychology, thinking and reasoning, health psychology, psychopathology, personality remember, learn, think, reason, perceive, speak and understand) · Health psychology (how biological, psychological, environmental and cultural factors are involved in physical health and the prevention of illness

Burton, Geoffrey R.

274

Study protocol: a dissemination trial of computerized psychological treatment for depression and alcohol/other drug use comorbidity in an Australian clinical service  

PubMed Central

Background The rise of the internet and related technologies has significant implications for the treatment of complex health problems, including the combination of depression and alcohol/other drug (AOD) misuse. To date, no research exists to test the real world uptake of internet and computer-delivered treatment programs in clinical practice. This study is important, as it is the first to examine the adoption of the SHADE treatment program, a DVD-based psychological treatment for depression and AOD use comorbidity, by clinicians working in a publicly-funded AOD clinical service. The study protocol that follows describes the methodology of this dissemination trial. Methods/design 19 clinicians within an AOD service on the Central Coast of New South Wales, Australia, will be recruited to the trial. Consenting clinicians will participate in a baseline focus group discussion designed to explore their experiences and perceived barriers to adopting innovation in their clinical practice. Computer comfort and openness to innovation will also be assessed. Throughout the trial, current, new and wait-list clients will be referred to the research program via the clinical service, which will involve clients completing a baseline and 15-week follow-up clinical assessment with independent research assistants, comprising a range of mental health and AOD measures. Clinicians will also complete session checklists following each clinical session with a client, outlining the extent to which the SHADE computer program was used. Therapeutic alliance will be measured at intake and discharge from both the clinician and client perspectives. Discussion This study will provide comprehensive data on the factors associated with the adoption of an innovative, computer-delivered evidence-based treatment program, SHADE, by clinicians working in an AOD service. The results will contribute to the development of a model of dissemination of SHADE, which could be applied to a range of technological innovations. Clinical trials registry Australian Clinical Trial Registration Number: ACTRN12611000382976. PMID:22770390

2012-01-01

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The development of a diversity mentoring program for faculty and trainees: A program at the Brown Clinical Psychology Training Consortium  

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There is a critical need for increasing the diversity representation among clinicians and researchers in academic medicine, including departments of psychiatry and psychology. Mentorship of under-represented groups has been identified as an important way to remediate diversity-related barriers in the field. This paper outlines the early development and pilot implementation of a diversity mentorship program at Brown University. In an effort to inform and guide future diversity programs, we discuss the challenges faced in creating the program, the successes experienced during the first year, and the future directions undertaken as a means for improving the program.

de Dios, Marcel A.; Kuo, Caroline; Hernandez, Lynn; Clark, Uraina S.; Wenze, Susan J.; Boisseau, Christina L.; Hunter, Heather L.; Reddy, Madhavi K.; Tolou-Shams, Marina; Zlotnick, Caron

2013-01-01

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Clinical Psychology and Cardiovascular Disease: An Up-to-Date Clinical Practice Review for Assessment and Treatment of Anxiety and Depression  

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The aim of the present review is underline the association between cardiac diseases and anxiety and depression. In the first part of the article, there is a description of anxiety and depression from the definitions of DSM-IV TR. In the second part, the authors present the available tests and questionnaires to assess depression and anxiety in patients with cardiovascular disease. In the last part of the review different types of interventions are reported and compared; available interventions are pharmacological or psychological treatments. PMID:22016750

Compare, Angelo; Germani, Elena; Proietti, Riccardo; Janeway, David

2011-01-01

277

HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY Psychology 805  

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Psychological Studies) In Word document sent to you as e-mail attachment Recommended 1. Historical dictionaries of psychology Warren, H.C., Ed. (1934). Dictionary of Psychology. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company (BF 31.W3) #12;2 Baldwin, J.M., Ed. (1901; reprinted 1960). Dictionary of Philosophy and Psychology; written

Liu, Taosheng

278

HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY Psychology 405  

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Psychological Studies) In Word document sent to you as e-mail attachment Recommended 1. Historical dictionaries of psychology Warren, H.C., Ed. (1934). Dictionary of Psychology. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company (BF 31.W3) Baldwin, J.M., Ed. (1901; reprinted 1960). Dictionary of Philosophy and Psychology; written by many hands

Liu, Taosheng

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Psychology of Cultural Diversity Professor: Gordon C. Nagayama Hall, Ph.D.  

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. The model for the paper is that typified by Annual Review of Clinical Psychology, Clinical Psychology Review, and Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice articles. The review should cover current theories, current

Lockery, Shawn

280

School of Psychology, Family & Community: Job Placement. May 2013 Page 1 Seattle Pacific University's School of Psychology, Family & Community  

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: · Clinical Psychology (PhD) · Industrial/Organizational Psychology (MA and PhD) · Marriage and Family Therapy (MS) Clinical Psychology (PhD) The CPY survey is administered annually in June/July each summer's Clinical Psychology Ph.D. program may be found via this link: http

Nelson, Tim

281

Political and clinical developments in analytical psychology, 1972-2014: subjectivity, equality and diversity-inside and outside the consulting room.  

PubMed

Utilizing Jung's idea of theory as a 'personal confession', the author charts his own development as a theorist, establishing links between his personal history and his ideas. Such links include his relationship with both parents, his sexuality, his cultural heritage, and his fascination with Tricksters and with Hermes. There follows a substantial critical interrogation of what the author discerns as the two main lines of clinical theorizing in contemporary analytical psychotherapy: interpretation of transference-countertransference, and the relational approach. His conclusion is that neither is superior to the other and neither is in fact adequate as a basis for clinical work. The focus then shifts to explore a range of political and social aspects of the clinical project of analytical psychology: economic inequality, diversity within the professional field, and Jung's controversial ideas about Jews and Africans. The author calls for an apology from the 'Jungian community' for remarks about Africans analogous to the apology already issued for remarks about Jews. The paper is dedicated to the author's friend Fred Plaut (1913-2009). PMID:25331504

Samuels, Andrew

2014-11-01

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Socio-economic, behavioural, (neuro)psychological and clinical determinants of HRQoL in people living with HIV in Belgium: a pilot study  

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Introduction Due to highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART), HIV-1 infection has evolved from a lethal to a chronic disease. As such, health-related quality of life (HRQoL) has become an important outcome variable. The purpose of this study was to identify socio-economic, behavioural, (neuro)psychological and clinical determinants of HRQoL among people living with HIV (PLHIV). Methods This study was conducted between 1 January and 31 December 2012 at the AIDS Reference Centre of Ghent University Hospital, a tertiary care referral centre in Belgium. Validated self-report questionnaires were administered to collect socio-demographic data, to assess HRQoL (Medical Outcomes Study-HIV), depressive symptoms (Beck Depression Inventory-II) and adherence to HAART (Short Medication Adherence Questionnaire) and to screen for neurocognitive dysfunction. Results A total of 237 people participated, among whom 187 (78.9%) were male. Mean age was 45.810.7 years and 144 (63.7%, 144/226) participants were homosexual. Median physical and mental health score (PHS, MHS) were 55.6 (IQR 48.260.6) and 52.0 (IQR 44.257.9), respectively. Multivariable regression analysis revealed that incapacity to work, depressive symptoms, neurocognitive complaints (NCCs), dissatisfaction with the patientphysician relationship and non-adherence were all negatively associated with HRQoL. Conclusions Socio-economic (work status), behavioural (adherence) and (neuro)psychological (depressive symptoms, NCCs) determinants independently impact HRQoL among this cohort of PLHIV. Clinical parameters (viral load, CD4 cell count) were not independently associated with HRQoL. PMID:24331754

Degroote, Sophie; Vogelaers, Dirk P.; Vermeir, Peter; Mariman, An; De Rick, Ann; Van Der Gucht, Bea; Pelgrom, Jolanda; Van Wanzeele, Filip; Verhofstede, Chris; Vandijck, Dominique M.

2013-01-01

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Psychological Distress  

MedlinePLUS

orig. 06 08, rev. 06 11 PATIENT / FAMILY TEACHING SHEET Psychological Distress What is psychological distress? Uneasy ... look for ways to make memories Other HPNA Teaching Sheets on are available at www.HPNA.org. ...

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Psychology in Spain: Its Historical and Cultural Roots, Instruction, Research and Future Prospects  

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Roots in Spanish Psychology dated back to Huarte de San Juan (1575). From this period to nowadays, Psychology has notably developed, branching in different areas such as psychology and sports and physical exercise, clinical and health psychology, educational psychology, psychology of social intervention, legal psychology, work and organisational

Montes-Berges, Beatriz; Aranda, Maria; Castillo-Mayen, Maria del Rosario

2011-01-01

285

Positive Psychology \\  

Microsoft Academic Search

Positive psychology is the study of human strength, resilience, and optimal human functioning. The goal of positive psychology is to make people happier by understanding and building positive emotion, gratification and meaning. The constructs of happiness, hope, optimism, well-being, resilience and flow are examined in how they relate to positive psychology. The \\

Andrew W Fleming

2006-01-01

286

Military psychology  

Microsoft Academic Search

This is a selected bibliography of psychological publications relevant to war and military endeavor prepared at the request of the Emergency Committee in Psychology appointed by the Division of Anthropology and Psychology of the National Research Council. There are 14 sections by 27 collaborators: army transport personnel, aviation, classification of military personnel, effects of certain drugs on mental and motor

C. C. Pratt

1941-01-01

287

The Psychology Accelerated Degree Program 1 The Psychology Accelerated Degree Program  

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in Psychology includes 6 Sub-Plans: Biopsychology, Clinical Science, Cognition and Cognitive Neuroscience6/28/2013 The Psychology Accelerated Degree Program 1 The Psychology Accelerated Degree Program in the Department of Psychology? Are you interested in extending your training, and investigating specializations

Michigan, University of

288

Using psychology to promote human welfare: A conceptual analysis of the role of community psychology  

Microsoft Academic Search

Analyzed according to a conceptually developed matrix the approaches by which psychology can be used to enhance human welfare. The approaches include clinical psychology, community mental health, community psychology, and public policy psychology. Each approach is examined in terms of the intended target, the content of the intervention, the process involved in the intervention approach, and the knowledge base necessary

Leonard D. Goodstein; Irwin Sandler

1978-01-01

289

Rev 1.0 Psychology 202 Winter 2012 Pg. 1 ***!!READ THIS WHOLE THING!!***  

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is an introduction to psychological research methods, child and adult development, personalityRev 1.0 Psychology 202 Winter 2012 Pg. 1 ***!!READ THIS WHOLE THING!!*** PSYCHOLOGY- cultural models of human adaptation, and abnormal-clinical psychology. This course

Lockery, Shawn

290

Test Reviews: Bracken, B. A., & Howell, K. (2004). "Clinical Assessment of Depression." Odessa, FL: Psychological Assessment Resources  

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In this article, the authors review the Clinical Assessment of Depression (CAD), a 50-item self-report measure of depressive symptoms designed for children, adolescents, adults, and elderly adults from 8 to 79 years of age. Purporting to be sensitive to depressive symptomatology across the lifespan, the test items were written to reflect the

Aghakhani, Anoosha; Chan, Eric K.

2007-01-01

291

Demography, Clinical Characteristics, Psychological and Abuse Profiles, Treatment, and Long-Term Follow-up of Patients with Gastroparesis  

Microsoft Academic Search

Patients with gastroparesis frequently presentchallenging clinical, diagnostic, and therapeuticproblems. Data from 146 gastroparesis patients seen oversix years were analyzed. Patients were evaluated at the time of initial diagnosis and at themost recent follow-up in terms of gastric emptying andgastrointestinal symptomatology. The psychologicalstatus and physical and sexual abuse history in female idiopathic gastroparesis patients wereascertained and an association between those factors

Irfan Soykan; Bulent Sivri; Irene Sarosiek; Brian Kiernan; Richard W. Mccallum

1998-01-01

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Substance misuse in depression and bipolar disorder: a review of psychological interventions and considerations for clinical practice  

Microsoft Academic Search

Research has documented high levels of co-morbidity between mental illness and substance misuse. This essay explores clinical practice issues relating to dual diagnosis substance misuse in bipolar disorder and depression. Such misuse is common in this population, and presents a number of challenges to clinicians. Those with substance misuse have more severe symptoms and an increased risk of relapse. Assessment

Thomas H. Richardson

2012-01-01

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Test Review: Bracken, B. A., & Keith, L. K. (2004). "Clinical Assessment of Behavior." Lutz, FL: Psychological Assessment Resources  

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The Clinical Assessment of Behavior (CAB) is designed to assess both adaptive and problematic behaviors of children and adolescents from age 2 to 18 years. It can be individually or group administered, measures behaviors in different contexts, and includes both parent and teacher forms. The test was developed to be consistent with current

Beran, Tanya N.

2006-01-01

294

Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, Vol. 32, No. 3, 2013, pp. 296-314 2013 Guilford Publications, Inc.  

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use and PTSD symptom severity among military veterans in residential treatment for PTSD, we found that Publications, Inc. This work was supported by a Veterans Affairs Clinical Science Research and Development (CSR. Bonn-Miller. The expressed views do not represent the Department of Veterans Affairs. All authors

Gross, James J.

295

Workshop on Computational Linguistics and Clinical Psychology: From Linguistic Signal to Clinical Reality, pages 6977, Baltimore, Maryland USA, June 27, 2014. c 2014 Association for Computational Linguistics  

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are distributed along with scoring software to provide norming data. We ex- plore automatic identification- cessing, and to compare the utility of dif- ferent corpora collected in a clinical set- ting to train component of diagnosing developmental disorders such as Specific Language Impairment or Autism Spectrum

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Workshop on Computational Linguistics and Clinical Psychology: From Linguistic Signal to Clinical Reality, pages 4650, Baltimore, Maryland USA, June 27, 2014. c 2014 Association for Computational Linguistics  

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that the words used by children with typical development tend to be used by other children with typ- ical development, while the words used by children with autism overlap less with those used by children- plicitly counted in a clinical setting, making com- parisons with typically developing children diffi- cult

297

Integrating Best Practices in Positive Behavior Support and Clinical Psychology for a Child with Autism and Anxiety-Related Problem Behavior: A Clinical Case Study  

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This clinical case study investigated the effectiveness of a multicomponent intervention for a child with autism and anxiety-related problem behavior that integrated components of cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) with positive behavior support (PBS). One child with autism and his family participated. The dependent variable was the number of steps

Neufeld, Vanessa; Law, Kimberley C. Y.; Lucyshyn, Joseph M.

2014-01-01

298

Developmental Psychology Syllabus 1 Psychology 2301  

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: (a) Psychology 60 Introduction This course focuses upon development across the lifespan. DuringDevelopmental Psychology Syllabus 1 Psychology 2301 Developmental Psychology Instructor: Tilbe note that the Psychology Department will drop all students who do not meet the following prerequisites

Goksun, Tilbe

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HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY Psychology 805  

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-mail attachment #12;2 Recommended 1. Historical dictionaries of psychology Warren, H.C., Ed. (1934). Dictionary of Psychology. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company (BF 31.W3) Baldwin, J.M., Ed. (1901; reprinted 1960). Dictionary. (1925). Dictionary of Philosophy and Psychology: including many of the principal conceptions of ethics

Liu, Taosheng

300

Socioecological psychology.  

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Socioecological psychology investigates humans' cognitive, emotional, and behavioral adaption to physical, interpersonal, economic, and political environments. This article summarizes three types of socioecological psychology research: (a) association studies that link an aspect of social ecology (e.g., population density) with psychology (e.g., prosocial behavior), (b) process studies that clarify why there is an association between social ecology and psychology (e.g., residential mobility ? anxiety ? familiarity seeking), and (c) niche construction studies that illuminate how psychological states give rise to the creation and maintenance of a social ecology (e.g., familiarity seeking ? dominance of national chain stores). Socioecological psychology attempts to bring the objectivist perspective to psychological science, investigating how objective social and physical environments, not just perception and construal of the environments, affect one's thinking, feeling, and behaviors, as well as how people's thinking, feeling, and behaviors give rise to social and built environments. PMID:23987114

Oishi, Shigehiro

2014-01-01

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A Conceptual and Empirical Review of the Meaning, Measurement, Development, and Teaching of Intervention Competence in Clinical Psychology  

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Through the course of this paper we discuss several fundamental issues related to the intervention competence of psychologists. Following definitional clarification and proposals for more strictly distinguishing competence from adherence, we interpret Dreyfus and Dreyfuss (1986) five stage theory of competence development (from novice to expert) within a strictly clinical framework. Existing methods of competence assessment are then evaluated, and we argue for the use of new and multiple assessment modalities. Next, we utilize the previous sections as a foundation to propose methods for training and evaluating competent psychologists. Lastly, we discuss several potential impediments to large scale competence assessment and education, such as the heterogeneity of therapeutic orientations and what could be termed a lack of transparency in clinical training. PMID:18952334

Barber, Jacques P.

2009-01-01

302

A Second Life for eHealth: Prospects for the Use of 3-D Virtual Worlds in Clinical Psychology  

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The aim of the present paper is to describe the role played by three-dimensional (3-D) virtual worlds in eHealth applications, addressing some potential advantages and issues related to the use of this emerging medium in clinical practice. Due to the enormous diffusion of the World Wide Web (WWW), telepsychology, and telehealth in general, have become accepted and validated methods for

Alessandra Gorini; Andrea Gaggioli; Cinzia Vigna; Giuseppe Riva

2008-01-01

303

Introduction Although community psychology shares its historical roots  

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, economics, health- care, etc.). The field of community psychology is devoted to advancing theory, researchIntroduction Although community psychology shares its historical roots with clinical psychology of the field of clinical psychology. Community psychol- ogy aims to go beyond the individual, focusing instead

Massachusetts at Lowell, University of

304

Psychological Interventions in Dermatology  

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The objective of this paper is to introduce and emphasize the importance of psychological interventions for those with dermatological conditions. In keeping with the current literature, the author envisages a two-tier approach in the provision of such psychological interventions. Firstly, most patients with dermatology conditions may not require psychological change. Instead, they could be approached with effective doctorpatient communication skills, within a context of empathy and positive regard. At the second tier, however, based on the clinical interview, some patients may require varying degrees of psychological change in order to better manage their illness. In such a context, a dermatologist with training in psychotherapy would be required. In the absence of such a person, the patient may be referred to a psychologist or another mental health professional trained in psychotherapy. PMID:23372215

de Zoysa, Piyanjali

2013-01-01

305

PSY 796: Selected Topics in Psychology (3 units) Advanced Research Methods in Psychology  

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PSY 796: Selected Topics in Psychology (3 units) Advanced Research Methods in Psychology San Diego). Handbook of Research Methods in Developmental Science. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing. Clinical Kendall, P.C., Butcher, J.N., & Holmbeck, G.N. (1999). Handbook of research methods in clinical psychology (2

Gallo, Linda C.

306

Application of a health-related quality of life conceptual model in community-dwelling older Chinese people with diabetes to understand the relationships among clinical and psychological outcomes  

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Aims/Introduction The present study applied the WilsonCleary model of health-related quality of life (HRQOL) by using the structural equation modeling (SEM) approach to understand the interrelationships among clinical, sociodemographic and psychological characteristics in older people with diabetes. Materials and Methods This was a cross-sectional study with 452 Chinese older people with diabetes recruited from three primary care clinics. A series of assessments were made, including four instruments: the Chinese version of the Short Form 36 Health Survey, Older American Resources and Services Multidimensional Functional Assessment Questionnaire, Rand Mental Health Inventory and Medical Outcomes Study Social Support Survey; and clinical outcomes (diabetes-related characteristics and physiological data). Results In the present study, we identified six patient individual and environmental characteristics, namely, age, sex, physical activity, psychological distress, social support and adequacy of income, that significantly influence HRQOL directly or by way of physical functional status and general health perception. Conclusions Improving social and financial support as well as providing interventions to promote physical activity and to cope with psychological distress in this patient population might be effective to eventually enhance their HRQOL. The present findings add to the literature the underlying complex biological and psychological processes of HRQOL, and take the body of knowledge in HRQOL of older people with diabetes to a theoretical level, and provide insights for development of appropriate strategies to optimize their HRQOL.

Shiu, Ann Tak Ying; Choi, Kai Chow; Lee, Diana Tze Fan; Yu, Doris Sau Fung; Man Ng, Wai

2014-01-01

307

A Second Life for eHealth: Prospects for the Use of 3-D Virtual Worlds in Clinical Psychology  

PubMed Central

The aim of the present paper is to describe the role played by three-dimensional (3-D) virtual worlds in eHealth applications, addressing some potential advantages and issues related to the use of this emerging medium in clinical practice. Due to the enormous diffusion of the World Wide Web (WWW), telepsychology, and telehealth in general, have become accepted and validated methods for the treatment of many different health care concerns. The introduction of the Web 2.0 has facilitated the development of new forms of collaborative interaction between multiple users based on 3-D virtual worlds. This paper describes the development and implementation of a form of tailored immersive e-therapy called p-health whose key factor is interreality, that is, the creation of a hybrid augmented experience merging physical and virtual worlds. We suggest that compared with conventional telehealth applications such as emails, chat, and videoconferences, the interaction between real and 3-D virtual worlds may convey greater feelings of presence, facilitate the clinical communication process, positively influence group processes and cohesiveness in group-based therapies, and foster higher levels of interpersonal trust between therapists and patients. However, challenges related to the potentially addictive nature of such virtual worlds and questions related to privacy and personal safety will also be discussed. PMID:18678557

Gaggioli, Andrea; Vigna, Cinzia; Riva, Giuseppe

2008-01-01

308

A Clinical-EEG Study of Sleepiness and Psychological Symptoms in Pharmacoresistant Epilepsy Patients Treated with Lacosamide.  

PubMed

Our aim was to evaluate the EEG and clinical modifications induced by the new antiepileptic drug lacosamide (LCM) in patients with epilepsy. We evaluated 10 patients affected by focal pharmacoresistant epilepsy in which LCM (mean 250?mg/day) was added to the preexisting antiepileptic therapy, which was left unmodified. Morning waking EEG recording was performed before (t0) and at 6 months (t1) after starting LCM. At t0 and t1, patients were also administered questionnaires evaluating mood, anxiety, sleep, sleepiness, and fatigue (Beck Depression Inventory; State-Trait Anxiety Inventory Y1 and Y2; Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index; Epworth Sleepiness Scale; Fatigue Severity Scale). We performed a quantitative analysis of EEG interictal abnormalities and background EEG power spectrum analysis. LCM as an add-on did not significantly affect anxiety, depression, sleepiness, sleep quality, and fatigue scales. Similarly, adding LCM to preexisting therapy did not modify significantly patient EEGs in terms of absolute power, relative power, mean frequency, and interictal abnormalities occurrence. In conclusion, in this small cohort of patients, we confirmed that LCM as an add-on does not affect subjective parameters which play a role, among others, in therapy tolerability, and our clinical impression was further supported by evaluation of EEG spectral analysis. PMID:24171111

Giorgi, Filippo S; Pizzanelli, Chiara; Pelliccia, Veronica; Di Coscio, Elisa; Maestri, Michelangelo; Guida, Melania; Iacopini, Elena; Iudice, Alfonso; Bonanni, Enrica

2013-01-01

309

A second life for eHealth: prospects for the use of 3-D virtual worlds in clinical psychology.  

PubMed

The aim of the present paper is to describe the role played by three-dimensional (3-D) virtual worlds in eHealth applications, addressing some potential advantages and issues related to the use of this emerging medium in clinical practice. Due to the enormous diffusion of the World Wide Web (WWW), telepsychology, and telehealth in general, have become accepted and validated methods for the treatment of many different health care concerns. The introduction of the Web 2.0 has facilitated the development of new forms of collaborative interaction between multiple users based on 3-D virtual worlds. This paper describes the development and implementation of a form of tailored immersive e-therapy called p-health whose key factor is interreality, that is, the creation of a hybrid augmented experience merging physical and virtual worlds. We suggest that compared with conventional telehealth applications such as emails, chat, and videoconferences, the interaction between real and 3-D virtual worlds may convey greater feelings of presence, facilitate the clinical communication process, positively influence group processes and cohesiveness in group-based therapies, and foster higher levels of interpersonal trust between therapists and patients. However, challenges related to the potentially addictive nature of such virtual worlds and questions related to privacy and personal safety will also be discussed. PMID:18678557

Gorini, Alessandra; Gaggioli, Andrea; Vigna, Cinzia; Riva, Giuseppe

2008-01-01

310

Social and psychological factors in the distribution of STD in male clinic attenders. I Demographic and social factors.  

PubMed Central

We describe three related studies of possible aetiological risk factors for sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) in men attending an STD clinic. In this paper we present the results for a variety of social and demographic variables traditionally associated with STD. In contrast to the results in the next two papers, these were largely negative. Occurrence rates of overall STD or of hepatitis, syphilis, gonorrhoea, or non-specific urethritis (NSU) had no aetiologically relevant association with age, nationality, marital status, social class, occupation, non-sexual social contact, drug abuse, or aggressive attitudes and behaviour. Gonorrhoea, however, was the only STD which correlated with alcohol abuse and with eating out rather than at home. We conclude that, with the possible exception of gonorrhoea, social factors contribute little to the distribution of STD risk within the study population. PMID:6688959

Fulford, K W; Catterall, R D; Hoinville, E; Lim, K S; Wilson, G D

1983-01-01

311

Health Psychology in Context  

Microsoft Academic Search

Over 25 years there has been a remarkable growth of theoretical and empirical studies in health psychology. Its theoretical underpinnings have been largely derivative, its focus primarily clinical, and its subject, the individual. Relatively little attention has been paid to the cultural, sociopolitical and economic conditions which set the context for individual health experience and behaviour. Theories which do not

David F. Marks

1996-01-01

312

Adult Psychopathology Psychology 620  

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Adult Psychopathology Psychology 620 Professor: Gordon C. Nagayama Hall, Ph.D. Office: 355 Straub Purpose: Psychopathology is central to clinical science and affects the lives of millions of people on psychopathology. We will study psychopathology from conceptual and empirical perspectives. Issues

Lockery, Shawn

313

Adult Psychopathology Psychology 620  

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will be evaluated, followed by a consideration of etiological models. Sociocultural contexts of psychopathologyAdult Psychopathology Psychology 620 Professor: Gordon C. Nagayama Hall, Ph.D. Office: 355 Straub: Psychopathology is central to clinical science and affects the lives of millions of people and their families

Lockery, Shawn

314

Adult Psychopathology Psychology 620  

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by a consideration of etiological models. Sociocultural contexts of psychopathology will then be studied, includingAdult Psychopathology Psychology 620 Professor: Gordon C. Nagayama Hall, Ph.D. Office: 355 Straub: Psychopathology is central to clinical science. The purpose of this course is to familiarize students

Lockery, Shawn

315

NEURAL NETWORKS IN PSYCHOLOGY: CLASSICAL EXPLICIT DIAGNOSES  

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Questionnaire of Bekhterev Institute) psychological technique [6) widely used in clinical practice. CLANAssNEURAL NETWORKS IN PSYCHOLOGY: CLASSICAL EXPLICIT DIAGNOSES M.G.Dorrer', A.N. Gorban2, V.I. Zenkin3 the designers and users of computer psychological tests: Culturail, national and social adaptation of tests

Gorban, Alexander N.

316

Department of Psychology Fall 2014 Colloquium Schedule  

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Department of Psychology Fall 2014 Colloquium Schedule 9/4 Michael Wierzbicki, Ph.D. Professor Marquette University, Department of Psychology Clinic Policies and Procedures; Ethical and Legal Matters 9/18 James Hoelzle, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Marquette University, Department of Psychology Preparing

Sanders, Matthew

317

Family-based associations in measures of psychological distress and quality of life in a cardiac screening clinic for inheritable cardiac diseases: a cross-sectional study  

PubMed Central

Background Family-based cardiac screening programmes for persons at risk for genetic cardiac diseases are now recommended. However, the psychological wellbeing and health related quality of life (QoL) of such screened patients is poorly understood, especially in younger patients. We sought to examine wellbeing and QoL in a representative group of adults aged 16 and over in a dedicated family cardiac screening clinic. Methods Prospective survey of consecutive consenting patients attending a cardiac screening clinic, over a 12 month period. Data were collected using two health measurement tools: the Short Form 12 (version 2) and the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HADS), along with baseline demographic and screening visit-related data. The HADS and SF-12v.2 outcomes were compared by age group. Associations with a higher HADS score were examined using logistic regression, with multi-level modelling used to account for the family-based structure of the data. Results There was a study response rate of 86.6%, with n=334 patients providing valid HADS data (valid response rate 79.5%), and data on n=316 retained for analysis. One-fifth of patients were aged under 25 (n=61). Younger patients were less likely than older to describe significant depression on their HADS scale (p<0.0001), although there were overall no difference between the prevalence of a significant HADS score between the younger and older age groups (18.0% vs 20.0%, p=0.73). Significant positive associates of a higher HADS score were having lower educational attainment, being single or separated, and being closely related to the family proband. Between-family variance in anxiety and depression scores was greater than within-family variance. Conclusions High levels of anxiety were seen amongst patients attending a family-based cardiac screening clinic.Younger patients also had high rates of clinically significant anxiety. Higher levels of anxiety and depression tends to run in families, and this has implications for family screening and intervention programmes. PMID:23295100

2013-01-01

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Sociodemographic, Clinical and Psychological Factors Associated with Attrition in a Prospective Study of Cardiovascular Prevention: The Heart Strategies Concentrating on Risk Evaluation (Heart SCORE) Study  

PubMed Central

Purpose To identify factors associated with attrition in a longitudinal study of cardiovascular prevention. Methods Demographic, clinical and psychosocial variables potentially associated with attrition were investigated in 1,841 subjects enrolled in the southwestern Pennsylvania Heart Strategies Concentrating on Risk Evaluation study. Attrition was defined as study withdrawal, loss to follow-up, or missing ?50% of study visits. Results Over four years of follow up, 291 subjects (15.8%) met criteria for attrition. In multivariable regression models, factors that were independently associated with attrition were: Black race (Odds Ratio(OR):2.21, 95%Confidence Interval(CI):1.55, 3.16; P<0.001), younger age (OR per 5-year increment:0.88, 95%CI:0.79, 0.99; P<0.05), male sex (OR: 1.79, 95%CI: 1.27, 2.54; P<0.05), no health insurance (OR:2.04, 95%CI:1.20, 3.47; P<0.05), obesity (OR:1.80, 95%CI:1.07, 3.02; P<0.05), CES-D depression score?16 (OR:2.02, 95%CI:1.29, 3.19; P<0.05), higher ongoing life events questionnaire score (OR=1.09, 95%CI= 1.041.13; P<0.001). Having a spouse/partner participating in the study was associated with lower odds of attrition (OR=0.60 95%CI=0.370.97; P<0.05). A synergistic interaction was identified between black race and depression. Conclusions Attrition over four years was influenced by sociodemographic, clinical and psychological factors that can be readily identified at study entry. Recruitment and retention strategies targeting these factors may improve participant follow-up in longitudinal cardiovascular prevention studies. PMID:23535026

Bambs, Claudia E.; Kip, Kevin E.; Mulukutla, Suresh R.; Aiyer, Aryan N.; Johnson, Cheryl; McDowell, Lee Ann; Matthews, Karen; Reis, Steven E.

2013-01-01

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Psychological behaviorism and behaviorizing psychology.  

PubMed

Paradigmatic or psychological behaviorism (PB), in a four-decade history of development, has been shaped by its goal, the establishment of a behaviorism that can also serve as the approach in psychology (Watson's original goal). In the process, PB has become a new generation of behaviorism with abundant heuristic avenues for development in theory, philosophy, methodology, and research. Psychology has resources, purview and problem areas, and nascent developments of many kinds, gathered in chaotic diversity, needing unification (and other things) that cognitivism cannot provide. Behaviorism can, within PB's multilevel framework for connecting and advancing both psychology and behaviorism. PMID:22478175

Staats, A W

1994-01-01

320

Comparative psychology  

Microsoft Academic Search

Comments on Notes on the Psychic Development of the Young White Rat, by Willard S. Small (American Journal of Psychology, Vol. XI., No. I, Oct., 1899. Pp. 80-100; ; An Experimental Study of the Mental Processes of the Rat, by Willard S. Small (American Journal of Psychology, Vol. XI., No. 2, Jan., 1900. Pp. 133-165; ; Notes on the Individual

Edward Thorndike

1900-01-01

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A review of the literature relating to psychological interventions and people with intellectual disabilities: Issues for research, policy, education and clinical practice  

Microsoft Academic Search

The aim of this review is to identify and analyse the published evidence base and wider literature in relation to psychological interventions for adults with intellectual disabilities. The review suggests that the evidence base regarding psychological interventions is sparse yet growing, and if the therapeutic approaches are modified and adapted to meet the distinct needs of people with intellectual disabilities

Michael Brown; Heather Duff; Thanos Karatzias; Dorothy Horsburgh

2011-01-01

322

Health psychology training in doctoral psychology programs  

Microsoft Academic Search

Presents the results of a Division 38 (the health psychology division of the American Psychological Association) survey of graduate training programs in psychology, along with facility-specific information on doctoral training opportunities in health psychology as of Fall 1981. 310 questionnaires were returned from psychology programs; 53 indicated that doctoral training in health psychology was available at their institution. It was

Cynthia D. Belar; Eugenie Wilson; Howard Hughes

1982-01-01

323

PSYCHOLOGY MAJORS --1 PSYCHOLOGY MAJORS --2  

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and the world: Developmental Psychology, Social Psy- chology, Cognitive Psychology, Theories of PersonalityPSYCHOLOGY MAJORS -- 1 #12;PSYCHOLOGY MAJORS -- 2 Handbook for Undergraduate Psychology Majors......................................................................................................................................2 A. Psychology Program Goals and Purpose B. Declaration of Major C. History of Marquette University

Sanders, Matthew

324

Department of Psychology Psychology Minor Requirements  

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Department of Psychology Psychology Minor Requirements The minor program in Psychology is designed to expose students to a variety of content areas in the field of Psychology and to provide the student with the ability to evaluate Psychology researcher as a consumer. To declare a Psychology minor, the student must

Chase, Sheila

325

Can psychological models bridge the gap between clinical guidelines and clinicians' behaviour? A randomised controlled trial of an intervention to influence dentists' intention to implement evidence-based practice  

Microsoft Academic Search

Objective The lag between publication of evidence for clinical practice and implementation by clinicians may be decades. Research using psychological models demonstrates that changing intention is very important in changing behaviour. This study examined an intervention (rehearsing alternative actions) to change dentists' intention to implement evidence-based practice (EBP) for third molar (TM) management.Design Randomised controlled trial \\/ postal.Setting Primary care.Subjects

M Johnston; N B Pitts; C Deery; I Ricketts; M Bahrami; C Ramsay; J Johnston; D Bonetti

2003-01-01

326

PROGRAM HANDBOOK SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY  

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PROGRAM HANDBOOK SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY SPECIALIZATION (NASP-Approved) IN EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY information specific to the School Psychology Specialization. This specialization is fully approved ................................................................................................ 3 THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY .............................. 3 SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY

Saldin, Dilano

327

[Psychological harassment].  

PubMed

Two types of harassment are distinguished: sexual and psychological. In the private sector, according to French labour laws and the penal code, psychological harassment is actionable. It is up to the employer to prove the absence of harassment. The sanctions incurred can be up to 5 years imprisonment and a 150,000 euro fine and various measures of compensation for damages can be envisaged. PMID:23672157

Puech, Paloma; Pitcho, Benjamin

2013-04-01

328

257IIT Graduate Bulletin 2006-2008 Institute of Psychology  

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257IIT Graduate Bulletin 2006-2008 Institute of Psychology Institute of Psychology Life Sciences Building 3101 S. Dearborn St. Chicago, IL 60616 312.567.3500 psychology@iit.edu www Lam The Institute of Psychology offers graduate programs in Clinical, Industrial/Organizational (I

Heller, Barbara

329

The Competency Movement Within Psychology: An Historical Perspective  

Microsoft Academic Search

The authors provide a recitation of events in recent years that document an increased focus on competency-based models of education, training, and assessment in professional psychology, particularly clinical, counseling, and school psychology, based on the work of the American Psychological Association's (APA's) Task Force on Assessment of Competence in Professional Psychology. The article begins with the inclusion of competencies as

Nancy J. Rubin; Muriel Bebeau; Irene W. Leigh; James W. Lichtenberg; Paul D. Nelson; Sanford Portnoy; I. Leon Smith; Nadine J. Kaslow

2007-01-01

330

Neuropsychological Assessment Training in APA-Approved Counseling Psychology Programs  

Microsoft Academic Search

Several surveys assessing the status of neuropsychological assessment training in graduate, internship, and postdoctoral facilities have been reported in the past 5 years. These surveys have focused, however, on clinical psychology programs, invariably to the exclusion of counseling psychology training programs. This article reports the results of a survey of training directors of American Psychological Association-approved counseling psychology programs regarding

Gary S. Solomon; Robin Hale-Fiske; Robert J. McCaffery; Walter Isaac

1985-01-01

331

Counseling Psychology in Israel: Successful Accomplishments of a Nonexistent Specialty  

Microsoft Academic Search

This article discusses the status of counseling psychology in Israel in the context of its unique characteristics. Despite the respected status of psychology as a profession in Israel and its overall acceptance and involvement in numerous social issues, counseling psychology as a separate specialty is nonexistent, especially because of resistance to the clinical psychology specialty. In addition to general subjects

Azy Barak; G. Golan

2000-01-01

332

Annotated Bibliography on the Teaching of Psychology: 1997.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Includes materials on: (1) abnormal and clinical psychology, and personality; (2) career issues; (3) cognition and learning; (4) educational technology; (5) faculty evaluation; (6) graduate education; (7) high school instruction; (8) history of psychology; (9) introductory psychology; (10) perception, and physiological and comparative psychology;

Johnson, David E.; Schroder, Simone I.

1998-01-01

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male trainees in clinical psychology  

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This unpublished paper is made available online at the request of the authors. Please scroll down to view the document itself. Please refer to the repository record for this item and our policy information available from the repository home page for further information.

Robert Caswell; North Yorkshire; York Pct; Martyn Baker

334

Psychological maltreatment.  

PubMed

Psychological or emotional maltreatment of children may be the most challenging and prevalent form of child abuse and neglect. Caregiver behaviors include acts of omission (ignoring need for social interactions) or commission (spurning, terrorizing); may be verbal or nonverbal, active or passive, and with or without intent to harm; and negatively affect the child's cognitive, social, emotional, and/or physical development. Psychological maltreatment has been linked with disorders of attachment, developmental and educational problems, socialization problems, disruptive behavior, and later psychopathology. Although no evidence-based interventions that can prevent psychological maltreatment have been identified to date, it is possible that interventions shown to be effective in reducing overall types of child maltreatment, such as the Nurse Family Partnership, may have a role to play. Furthermore, prevention before occurrence will require both the use of universal interventions aimed at promoting the type of parenting that is now recognized to be necessary for optimal child development, alongside the use of targeted interventions directed at improving parental sensitivity to a child's cues during infancy and later parent-child interactions. Intervention should, first and foremost, focus on a thorough assessment and ensuring the child's safety. Potentially effective treatments include cognitive behavioral parenting programs and other psychotherapeutic interventions. The high prevalence of psychological abuse in advanced Western societies, along with the serious consequences, point to the importance of effective management. Pediatricians should be alert to the occurrence of psychological maltreatment and identify ways to support families who have risk indicators for, or evidence of, this problem. PMID:22848125

Hibbard, Roberta; Barlow, Jane; Macmillan, Harriet

2012-08-01

335

Psychology 380: Cognitive Psychology Spring 2008  

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Psychology 380: Cognitive Psychology Spring 2008 San Diego State University Instructor: Brock: Cognition: The Thinking Animal, Daniel Willingham (3rd Ed.) Prerequisite for this course: Psychology 101: Introduction to Psychology Goals for this course: Cognitive psychology is concerned with mental processes

Gallo, Linda C.

336

HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY Psychology 405, Section 001  

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1 HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY Psychology 405, Section 001 Department of Psychology Michigan State. Text David Hothersall, History of Psychology, New York: McGraw-Hill, 4th ed., 2004 (paperback). On sale 10-339 (for topics II-XVII) because pages 1-10 (Topic I: Introduction to the History of Psychology

Liu, Taosheng

337

Abnormal Psychology, Spring 2008 1 Psychology 350  

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Abnormal Psychology, Spring 2008 1 Psychology 350 Abnormal Psychology Spring 2008 N-101 Tuesdays 4 psychology. By the end of the semester, students will be able to: · Discuss extant models of abnormal in Foundation II.B., Social and Behavioral Sciences required." #12;Abnormal Psychology, Spring 2008 2 Course

Gallo, Linda C.

338

Stanford Psychology  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

A host of online educational initiatives during the past few years have brought lectures from all over the world into the homes into many persons who may not have access to such programs in their own local communities. One such website brings the insights and collected knowledge of various members of Stanford University's renowned psychology department to the Internet-browsing public. The lectures address such topics as the psychology of evil, the role of parents in their children's lives, and the role of personal and collective efficacy. Along with these individual talks presented by various members of the psychology faculty, there are several nice panel sessions on the nature of language and the cultural shaping of emotion. Finally, the site also contains the lively question-and-answer sessions that followed each panel session.

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School Psychology Research and Scholarship: USA Status, International Explorations.  

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Addresses questions regarding research in school psychology by coding all of the articles published from 1994-1998 in the main USA school psychology journals and in "School Psychology International." Assessment-related topics and research on clinical/personality issues dominated the USA literature, while clinical/personality and professional

Strein, William; Cramer, Katurah; Lawser, Matthew

2003-01-01

340

[Psychological debriefing].  

PubMed

Diagnostic criteria for stress reactions and adjustment disorders are summarized. Existing psychological treatments are outlined with a focus on evidence-based methods, and recommendations for treatment are described. The conclusion is that there is no evidence for the effect of psychological debriefing or other professional treatment in the immediate aftermath of traumatic events. On the other hand, cognitive behavioural therapy, EMDR and similar methods with focus on exposure can be recommended, both as a preventive strategy and for patients with post-traumatic stress disorder. PMID:19284905

Arendt, Mikkel; Rosenberg, Raben

2009-02-16

341

SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY ACTIVITIES CHECKLIST Psychology 685  

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6/1/2011 SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY ACTIVITIES CHECKLIST Psychology 685 Millersville University/School/Community Collaboration Domain 9: Research and Program Evaluation Domain 10: School Psychology Practice and Development: ______________ Review pertinent folders ______________ Interview teacher/school personnel ______________ Observe

Hardy, Christopher R.

342

Psychology Today.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Describes the design of the University of Texas Austin's Seay Psychology and Child Development & Family Relationships building. With modern technique and materials, the Seay building adds to the established architectural language of the campus, offering a richly tactile structure and adjoining outdoor space embracing the tenets of successful

Anderssen, Arthur

2003-01-01

343

Psychology Experiments.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

A goal of the PsychExperiments project was to reduce the financial burden on psychology departments for hardware/software used in their laboratories. In its third year, the PsychExperiments site now hosts 39 experiments. Over 200 classrooms worldwide have signed up as official site users and there have been nearly 10,000 data sessions conducted.

McGraw, Ken; Tew, Mark D.; Williams, John E.

2001-01-01

344

PSYCHOLOGICAL SUl  

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- PSYCHOLOGICAL SUl::NU: Research Report CAN IMITATION IN PIGEONS BE EXPLAINED BY LOCAL ENHANCEMENT TOGETHER. sug- gested this finding showed observer pigeons huJ learned by imitation to peck at or step on the treadle. However, the same result might have been obtained if pigeons had learned to step on the treadle

Galef Jr., Bennett G.

345

Psychological Trivia  

Microsoft Academic Search

Discusses trivia related to the history of psychology (with many fun examples such as: What are the names of Pavlov's original dogs?) and the relationship of this game to students learning how to use library resources (in attempts to answer such trivia questions), as well as the relevance of such knowledge.

Robert S. Harper

1970-01-01

346

Psychology, measurements  

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of Psychology, University of Reading, UK Abstract Several recent papers have described how lexical properties. At a practical level, word co­occurrence statistics are used to generate high dimensional vector space representations and appropriate distance metrics are defined on those spaces. The resulting co­occurrence vectors

Bullinaria, John

347

Kenneth Kotovsky Psychology Department  

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. --Cognitive Psychology, referee. --Cognitive Science, referee. --JEP General, referee. --Journal of MemoryVita Kenneth Kotovsky Address: Psychology Department Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh, PA-Mellon University Psychology Department: ---Professor & Dir. Undergraduate Studies in Psychology, 2000-Present

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20 CFR 416.1016 - Medical or psychological consultants.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2013 CFR

...from a program in clinical psychology of an educational institution...listed in a national register of health service providers in psychology which the Commissioner of Social...experience as a psychologist in health service, at least 1 year...

2013-04-01

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20 CFR 404.1616 - Medical or psychological consultants.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2012 CFR

...from a program in clinical psychology of an educational institution...listed in a national register of health service providers in psychology which the Commissioner of Social...experience as a psychologist in health service, at least 1 year...

2012-04-01

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20 CFR 404.1616 - Medical or psychological consultants.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

...from a program in clinical psychology of an educational institution...listed in a national register of health service providers in psychology which the Commissioner of Social...experience as a psychologist in health service, at least 1 year...

2010-04-01

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20 CFR 416.1016 - Medical or psychological consultants.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

...from a program in clinical psychology of an educational institution...listed in a national register of health service providers in psychology which the Commissioner of Social...experience as a psychologist in health service, at least 1 year...

2010-04-01

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20 CFR 416.1016 - Medical or psychological consultants.  

...from a program in clinical psychology of an educational institution...listed in a national register of health service providers in psychology which the Commissioner of Social...experience as a psychologist in health service, at least 1 year...

2014-04-01

353

20 CFR 404.1616 - Medical or psychological consultants.  

...from a program in clinical psychology of an educational institution...listed in a national register of health service providers in psychology which the Commissioner of Social...experience as a psychologist in health service, at least 1 year...

2014-04-01

354

20 CFR 404.1616 - Medical or psychological consultants.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2011 CFR

...from a program in clinical psychology of an educational institution...listed in a national register of health service providers in psychology which the Commissioner of Social...experience as a psychologist in health service, at least 1 year...

2011-04-01

355

20 CFR 404.1616 - Medical or psychological consultants.  

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...from a program in clinical psychology of an educational institution...listed in a national register of health service providers in psychology which the Commissioner of Social...experience as a psychologist in health service, at least 1 year...

2013-04-01

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20 CFR 416.1016 - Medical or psychological consultants.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2012 CFR

...from a program in clinical psychology of an educational institution...listed in a national register of health service providers in psychology which the Commissioner of Social...experience as a psychologist in health service, at least 1 year...

2012-04-01

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20 CFR 416.1016 - Medical or psychological consultants.  

Code of Federal Regulations, 2011 CFR

...from a program in clinical psychology of an educational institution...listed in a national register of health service providers in psychology which the Commissioner of Social...experience as a psychologist in health service, at least 1 year...

2011-04-01

358

FACTORS RELATING TO MULTICULTURAL COMPETENCE IN BEGINNING PSYCHOLOGY INTERNS  

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There is a paucity of research on the multicultural competence of the psychology intern population. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to examine counseling and clinical psychology interns' multicultural training experience and competence prior...

Vargas, Christian

2010-07-21

359

A Coaching Psychology Perspective  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

In "Psychology in its place" (2008), John Radford considers "what is or should be the "place" of Psychology in education, more particularly Higher Education". In this article, the author looks at the possible inclusion of coaching psychology within undergraduate psychology programmes. Coaching psychology as an applied area of psychology

Palmer, Stephen

2008-01-01

360

The Psychology of Teaching Psychology.  

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Argues that psychology instructors should capitalize upon students' eagerness for self-disclosure and that course material should be channeled toward meeting this need. Examines the use of specific personality inventory tests measuring memory, motivation, creativity, and emotion as a link between course material and the students' personal

Osaze, Jana D.

1980-01-01

361

Seattle Pacific University --20052006 Graduate Catalog 90 SCHOOL OF PSYCHOLOGY, FAMILY, AND COMMUNITY  

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settings. Clinical Psychology (Ph.D.) MISSION STATEMENT As a community of scholars and professionals who. PROGRAM DISTINCTIVES The doctorate of philosophy (Ph.D.) in clinical psychology is a full-time, five-practitioner model of clinical psychology. Research and clinical practice are balanced in the curriculum, and our

Nelson, Tim

362

in Psychology  

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www.apa.org/pi/lgbc/ The APA Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Concerns Office has worked since 1975 to eliminate the stigma of mental illness which has been mistakenly associated with same-sex sexual orientation and to reduce prejudice, discrimination, and violence against lesbian, gay, and bisexual people. Major functions of the office include support to APA's Committee on Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Concerns; liaison with the Society for the Psychological Study of Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Issues (APA Division 44) and with other APA groups that have an interest in lesbian, gay, and bisexual concerns; policy analysis, development, and advocacy for APA policy; technical assistance, information, and referral to APA members, other professionals, policymakers, the media, and the public; and development and dissemination of publications and other information on lesbian, gay and bisexual concerns in psychology. The Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Concerns Office is housed within the Public Interest Directorate, which works to advance psychology as a means of promoting human welfare. Other programs within the Public Interest Directorate work on issues related to AIDS; adolescent health; aging; children, youth and families; disability; ethnic minorities; urban issues; violence; women; and workplace health. E E E The pink triangle was used in Nazi concentration camps to identify men interned for homosexuality. Some historians believe that lesbians interned by the Nazis would have been identified by a black triangle as "asocial." Many lesbian, gay, and bisexual organizations have adopted the pink triangle as a symbol of the need for continued vigilance toward sexual orientation prejudice, discrimination, and violence. E E E Copyright 2005 by the American Psychological Association. This material may be photocopied and distributed

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363

Psychology Faculty Perceptions of Abnormal Psychology Textbooks  

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The problem. The purpose of the current study was to investigate the perceptions and opinions of psychology professors regarding the accuracy and inclusiveness of abnormal psychology textbooks. It sought answers from psychology professors to the following questions: (1) What are the expectations of the psychology faculty at a private university of

Rapport, Zachary

2011-01-01

364

COURSE SYLLABUS Psychology 350: Abnormal Psychology  

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COURSE SYLLABUS Psychology 350: Abnormal Psychology Spring 2011 Instructor: Dennis P. Saccuzzo, Ph: Abnormal Psychology by Susan Holen-Hoeksema 4th edition This course covers the history, theories.D., J.D. Meeting Times: Wednesday:-6:40pm Professor of Psychology E-Mail: dsaccuzz

Gallo, Linda C.

365

Structural Equation Modeling in Pediatric Psychology: Overview and Review of Applications  

Microsoft Academic Search

Objective To describe the use of structural equation modeling (SEM) in the Journal of Pediatric Psychology (JPP) and to discuss the usefulness of SEM applications in pediatric psychology research. Method The use of SEM in JPP between 1997 and 2006 was examined and compared to leading journals in clinical psychology, clinical child psychology, and child development. Results SEM techniques were

Timothy D. Nelson; Brandon S. Aylward; Ric G. Steele

2008-01-01

366

Gestalt Therapy: Its Inheritance from Gestalt Psychology.  

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When adequately elaborated, the basic method of Gestalt therapy can be traced to the phenomenological field theory of Gestalt psychology. Gestalt therapy differs from Gestalt psychology not because of a difference in philosophy or method, but because of different contexts; the clinical context has different demands than those of basic research.

Yontef, Gary M.

367

The Future of Psychology in Pain Management  

Microsoft Academic Search

Pain treatment facilities have proliferated in recent years and psychology has enjoyed considerable success in the clinical and research arenas of pain management. However, changes in the health care environment present significant challenges to the future of psychology in pain management. This article discusses concerns in three important areas of pain treatment that psychologists must address if they are to

Roger B. Fillingim

1997-01-01

368

Psychoanalysis as a humanistic psychology  

Microsoft Academic Search

Examines the criticism of psychoanalysis by proponents of humanistic psychology. It is suggested that these criticisms refer to early Freudian theory and do not reflect an awareness of present-day trends within psychoanalytic theory. Criticisms by psychoanalytic thinkers are examined to show that psychoanalysts are aware of their theory's difficulties. The development of a split within psychoanalytic theory into a clinical

Alan Sugarman

1977-01-01

369

YALE UNIVERSITY Department of Psychology  

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Abnormal Psychology is designed to introduce students to various clinical presentations of psychopathology disorders (e.g., anxiety, mood, psychotic disorders, etc.) as well as disorder specific etiological abnormal human behavior. The course will be structured to facilitate learning about psychopathological

370

GRADUATE STUDENT HANDBOOK DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY  

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Neuroscience; Change, Plasticity & Development; Clinical Science; Cognition, Brain, & Behavior; and Social-Personality Psychology. Our program learning goals focus on honing methodological, statistical and critical thinking · Develop expertise in statistics and advanced data analytic approaches · Develop an awareness

Bishop, Sonia

371

CollegeofLiberalArtsandSciences Department of psychology  

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CollegeofLiberalArtsandSciences 227 Department of psychology 1009 Behavioral Sciences Building (BSB a major in psychology. Psychology as a major/minor can lead to a broad range of career possibilities with others. Psychologists pursue careers in such areas as clinical ser- vices, health services, business

Illinois at Chicago, University of

372

The State of the Psychology Health Service Provider Workforce  

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Numerous efforts to describe the health service provider or clinical workforce in psychology have been conducted during the past 30 years. The American Psychological Association (APA) has studied trends in the doctoral education pathway and the resultant effects on the broader psychology workforce. During this period, the creation and growth of

Michalski, Daniel S.; Kohout, Jessica L.

2011-01-01

373

SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY SPECIALIZATION  

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HANDBOOK SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY SPECIALIZATION (APA-Accredited and NASP-Approved) IN EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY DOCTORAL PROGRAM University of Wisconsin -Milwaukee For students, faculty, and supervisors 2013 to provide information specific to the School Psychology specialization. This specialization is fully

Saldin, Dilano

374

A longitudinal study of the impact of chronic psychological stress on health-related quality of life and clinical biomarkers: protocol for the Australian Healthy Aging of Women Study  

PubMed Central

Background Despite advancements in our understanding of the importance of stress reduction in achieving good health, we still only have limited insight into the impact of stress on cellular function. Recent studies have suggested that exposure to prolonged psychological stress may alter an individuals physiological responses, and contribute to morbidity and mortality. This paper presents an overview of the study protocol we are using to examine the impact of life stressors on lifestyle factors, health-related quality of life and novel and established biomarkers of stress in midlife and older Australian women. The primary aim of this study is to explore the links between chronic psychological stress on both subjective and objective health markers in midlife and older Australian women. The study examines the extent to which exposure frightening, upsetting or stressful events such as natural disasters, illness or death of a relative, miscarriage and relationship conflict is correlated with a variety of objective and subjective health markers. Methods/Design This study is embedded within the longitudinal Healthy Aging of Womens study which has collected data from midlife and older Australian women at 5 yearly intervals since 2001, and uses the Allostastic model of womens health by Gror and colleagues in 2010. The current study expands the focus of the HOW study and will assess the impact of life stressors on quality of life and clinical biomarkers in midlife and older Australian women to explain the impact of chronic psychological stress in women. Discussion The proposed study hypothesizes that women are at increased risk of exposure to multiple or repeated stressors, some being unique to women, and the frequency and chronicity of stressors increases womens risk of adverse health outcomes. This study aims to further our understanding of the relationships between stressful life experiences, perceived quality of life, stress biomarkers, chronic illness, and health status in women. PMID:24400870

2014-01-01

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HUMAN RESOURCES MANUAL SECTION 7: POST DOCTORAL FELLOWS, VETERINARY INTERNS AND CLINICAL  

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HUMAN RESOURCES MANUAL SECTION 7: POST DOCTORAL FELLOWS, VETERINARY INTERNS AND CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY, and their appointments are full-time. Veterinary Interns are one year appointments. Clinical Psychology Interns Clinical are in Counseling or Clinical Psychology. The clinical psychology interns are typically completing the last

376

Social Psychology (Program Description)  

NSF Publications Database

... and Cognitive Sciences Social Psychology Description The Social Psychology Program at NSF ... emotion, social comparison and social influence, and the psychophysiological and neurophysiological ...

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Psychology in counseling psychology: Whither or wither?  

Microsoft Academic Search

Surveyed psychology course offerings of 44 counseling graduate programs as well as the preferences of students and faculty (program directors) for a wide range of psychology course work. Mailed questionnaires were returned by directors of 23 programs and by 33 students in the programs. Responses for actual and preferred courses in American Psychological Association approved and nonapproved programs were similar.

Bruce R. Fretz

1975-01-01

378

Psychology Ethics in Introductory Psychology Textbooks  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Previous research revealed that introductory psychology textbooks included limited information about psychology ethics. This study reviewed 48 current introductory psychology textbooks for research and other APA ethics content. These textbooks included slightly more total ethics content and were more thorough in their review of research ethics

Zucchero, Renee' A.

2011-01-01

379

Clinical Psychology Program Requirements (2009) This form can be compared to the Curriculum Schedule. Students can check off when they finish courses and tasks.  

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) Research (9 hrs) Core Courses (21 hrs) __ PSYC 8101: Advanced Statistics and Design I __ PSYC 8511: History: Principles of Child Psychopathology Intervention (9 hrs) __ PSYC 8321: Clinical Interviewing Elective (3 hrs

Sanders, Matthew

380

Research Review Psychology 2011  

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Research Review Psychology 2011 QANU July 2012 #12;QANU / Psychology research assessment 20122;QANU / Psychology Research assessment 2012 3 CONTENTS 1. The Review Committee and review procedures. THE REVIEW COMMITTEE AND REVIEW PROCEDURES Scope of the assessment The Psychology Committee was asked

van Rooij, Robert

381

Introduction to Psychology.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Designed for community students interested in learning about psychology as a field of study, this module offers group and individual activities to involve the beginning student in research, experimentation and discussion. Unit 1, "What Is Psychology?," includes the use of animals in psychology, ethics, the history of psychology, an overview of

Edwards, Lesley

382

HISTORIOGRAPHY OF CZECH PSYCHOLOGY  

Microsoft Academic Search

The paper is aimed at presenting the development of the Czech historiography of psychology, which was strongly influenced by the political changes in Central and Eastern Europe. The authors deal with the historiography of psychology at the three universities offering an undergraduate program in psychology, located in Prague, Brno, and Olomouc, and at the Institute of Psychology of the Czech

Simona Hoskovcov; Ji? Hoskovec; Alena Plhkov; Michael ebek; Josef vancara; Dalibor Vobo?il

2010-01-01

383

Mainstreaming Culture in Psychology  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Despite the "awakening" to the importance of culture in psychology in America, international psychology has remained on the sidelines of psychological science. The author recounts her personal and professional experience in tandem with the stages of development in international/cross-cultural psychology. Based on her research in cross-cultural

Cheung, Fanny M.

2012-01-01

384

Performance-Based Cognitive Processing in Clinically Anxious Youths  

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in emotional disorders. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 111,emotional disorders. Annual Review of Clinical Psychology,emotional processing in pediatric anxiety, depression, and comorbid anxiety-depression. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology,

Rozenman, Michelle Sherry

385

The Department of Psychology 313 Life Science Bldg. Box 19528 817-272-2281  

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with an Emphasis in Clinical Health, Option 3- BS in Psychology with an Emphasis in Neuroscience, Option 4- BSThe Department of Psychology 313 Life Science Bldg. � Box 19528 � 817-272-2281 www.uta.edu/psychology Academic Advising: 320 Life Science Bldg. � 817-272-0858 Overview The Department of Psychology offers two

Texas at Arlington, University of

386

LIFE BEGINS AT THIRTY: TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN THE PSYCHOLOGY OF AGING  

Microsoft Academic Search

Possibilities for employment opportunities related to aging are reviewed for four areas of professional psychology: clinical and counseling psychology, education, human factors engineering and ecological psychology, and teaching and research. Some reasons for the slow development of opportunities for employment in the field of psychology of aging are identified and discussed.

James L. Fozard

1978-01-01

387

PSYCHOLOGY MAJOR -EFFECTIVE FALL 2012 Core Requirements MUST earn a grade C or better in each  

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: Minor Variants of Personality PSY 491 Learning PSY 521 Introduction to Clinical Psychology PSY 630 Resolution PSY 558/ PSY 559 Field Services Seminar (2)/ Psychological Field Service (1-3) PSY 645 Group Peer Advising in Psychology PSY 685 Projects in the Teaching of Psychology PSY 693 Proseminar I PSY 694

388

I. Annual Report Executive Summary, 2008-09 Department of Psychology  

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1 I. Annual Report Executive Summary, 2008-09 Department of Psychology Learning: Undergraduate Polejaeva, a graduating senior, was named the 2009 Outstanding Psychology Senior. · Four psychology majors: Graduate · The Clinical, Industrial/Organizational, and Developmental and Biological Psychology doctoral

Berkson, Jim

389

Using Positive Psychology with Special Mental Health Populations  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

In our clinical practice, we have attempted to use a positive psychology approach in working with people with schizophrenia and youths with behavioral disorders. We present three clinical applications that use a positive psychology approach with these populations: group treatment with persons with schizophrenia; individual cognitive stimulation

Mohiuddin, Ahmed; Boisvert, Charles M.

2006-01-01

390

Toward terminological, conceptual, and statistical clarity in the study of mediators and moderators: Examples from the child-clinical and pediatric psychology literatures  

Microsoft Academic Search

Numerous recent attempts to identify mediated and moderated effects in child-clinical and pediatric research on child adjustment have been characterized by terminological, conceptual, and statistical inconsistencies. To promote greater clarity, the terms mediating and moderating are defined and differentiated. Recommended statistical strategies that can be used to test for these effects are reviewed (i.e., multiple regression and structural equation modeling

Grayson N. Holmbeck

1997-01-01

391

Cognitive Defusion versus Thought Distraction: A Clinical Rationale, Training, and Experiential Exercise in Altering Psychological Impacts of Negative Self-Referential Thoughts  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Using two modes of intervention delivery, the present study compared the effects of a cognitive defusion strategy with a thought distraction strategy on the emotional discomfort and believability of negative self-referential thoughts. One mode of intervention delivery consisted of a clinical rationale and training (i.e., Partial condition). The

Masuda, Akihiko; Feinstein, Amanda B.; Wendell, Johanna W.; Sheehan, Shawn T.

2010-01-01

392

Masters in Clinical and Applied Neuropsychology Why study clinical neuropsychology at Glasgow?  

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of Equivalence in Clinical Psychology. MSc/PgDip Applied Neuropsychology This programme is open to those who have trained in clinical psychology outside of the UK and do not have a BPS Statement of Equivalence in Clinical Psychology. CPD A number of the individual courses/ sessions are available on a CPD basis. Entry

Guo, Zaoyang

393

Psychologys Entrepreneurs and the Marketing of Industrial Psychology  

Microsoft Academic Search

Between 1880 and 1930, entrepreneurial individuals in academic psychology and engineering converged on a common interest in the human side of enterprise. Both disciplines subsequently overlapped in marketing their professional business services. Separating from academic psychology, applied psychologists alluded to being \\

Thomas J. Van De Water

1997-01-01

394

Mistreating Psychology in the Decades of the Brain  

PubMed Central

We systematically mistreat psychological phenomena, both logically and clinically. This article explores three contentions: that the dominant discourse in modern cognitive, affective, and clinical neuroscience assumes that we know how psychology/biology causation works when we do not; that there are serious intellectual, clinical, and policy costs to pretending we do know; and that crucial scientific and clinical progress will be stymied as long as we frame psychology, biology, and their relationship in currently dominant ways. The arguments are developed with emphasis on misguided attempts to localize psychological function via neuroimaging, misunderstandings about the role of genetics in psychopathology, and unfortunate constraints on health-care policy and clinical service delivery. A particular challenge, articulated but not resolved in this article, is determining what constitutes adequate explanation in the relationship between psychology and biology. PMID:21949539

Miller, Gregory A.

2011-01-01

395

Clinical Diagnosis of Dementia, Not Behavioral and Psychologic Symptoms, Is Associated With Psychotropic Drug Use in Community-Dwelling Elders Classified as Having Dementia  

Microsoft Academic Search

Little is known about the prevalence and correlates of psychotropic drug use in community-dwelling elders with dementia. Baseline data from 285 community-dwelling elders with a research classification of dementia enrolled in the observational Memory and Medical Care Study were analyzed. Of these, 33.3% with a research classification of dementia were clinically diagnosed, 28.8% used at least 1 psychotropic drug, and

Ding-Chen Chan; Judith D. Kasper; Betty S. Black; Peter V. Rabins

2007-01-01

396

Interviewing in Health Psychology and Medical Settings  

Microsoft Academic Search

\\u000a Psychologists are increasingly being employed in health-care settings, in the specialty area of clinical health psychology,\\u000a where they address a wide range of mind-body issues. This trend marks a shift away from the centuries old Cartesian mind-body\\u000a dualism that permeated the fields of psychology and medicine for most of their modern history. The biopsychosocial model (Engel, 1977) represents a contemporary

Jay M. Behel; Bruce Rybarczyk

397

Health Psychology: Psychological Adjustment to Chronic Disease  

Microsoft Academic Search

Chronic diseases carry important psychological and social con- sequences that demand significant psychological adjustment. The literature is providing increasingly nuanced conceptualizations of adjustment, demonstrating that the experience of chronic disease necessitates adaptation in multiple life domains. Heterogeneity in adjustment is apparent between individuals and across the course of the disease trajectory. Focusing on cancer, cardiovascular disease, and rheumatic diseases, we

Annette L. Stanton; Tracey A. Revenson; Howard Tennen

2007-01-01

398

Psychology 302 Statistical Methods in Psychology  

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1 Psychology 302 Statistical Methods in Psychology Fall 2012 TR 4:00-5:20pm Gerlinger 302) 346-4966 Office Hours: TBD Course Overview: Understanding statistics and statistical reasoning classes and hopefully for some of you in the world beyond, will present statistical data. This data

Lockery, Shawn

399

Psychology as Storytelling  

Microsoft Academic Search

Bannister's roork is used to illustrate the claim that psychology should more clearly recognize itself as a storytelling discipline. Some of the pervasive ways in which stories shape our lives are indicated. Various issues for a storytelling psychology are outlined.

Miller Mair

1988-01-01

400

Psychology Major www.psychology.pitt.edu/undergraduate  

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to Social Psychology PSY 0160 Psychology of Personality PSY 0310 Developmental Psychology PSY 0422 Cognitive methods course; choose one PSY 0405 Learning and Motivation PSY 0423 Cognitive Psychology Lab PSY 1025Psychology Major www.psychology.pitt.edu/undergraduate Revised: 01/2014 The undergraduate

Jiang, Huiqiang

401

PSYCHOLOGY 685: Practicum in School Psychology Millersville University  

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1 8/12/2011 PSYCHOLOGY 685: Practicum in School Psychology 3 credits Millersville University and Practicum in School Psychology (Psychology 685) are in accordance with two important documents; the NASP Standards for School Psychology Training Programs (2000) and the School Psychology; A Blueprint Training

Hardy, Christopher R.

402

School Psychology Handbook for 2014-15 School Psychology Program  

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i School Psychology Handbook for 2014-15 School Psychology Program Department of Psychology 430 Huntington Hall Syracuse, NY 13244-2340 Doctoral Degree (Ph.D.) in School Psychology Accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA)* Approved by the National Association of Psychology Psychologists

Doyle, Robert

403

Psychology. About the Department  

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Department Of Psychology. About the Department Our Department is one of the top psychology" rating in the last review of teaching by the QAA and in the recent Research Assessment Exercise our to shape the professional practice of psychology. This research impacts on many areas of society, from

Stone, J. V.

404

Psychology: Student Edition.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This book published in 1986 introduces students to psychology and its related subject areas. Students learn that psychology has matured through the centuries from its taboo beginnings in supernatural beliefs and magic to its current status as a scientific discipline. Sections of the book include: (1) "What is Psychology?"; (2) "Human Development";

Stark, Rebecca

405

Nursing and Psychological Treatments  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This brief article presents a comment on "Psychological Treatments" by D. H. Barlow. In his article, Barlow pointed to the need "to solidify the identification of psychology as a health care profession" by changing the terminology of practice in the health care context from psychotherapy to psychological treatments and suggested that the only

Kwekkeboom, Kristine L.; Ameringer, Suzanne; Harrison, Tondi; Phillips, Christopher M.; Serlin, Ronald C.; Ward, Sandra E.

2005-01-01

406

Bringing Psychology to Life.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Describes a set of exercises called Bringing Psychology to Life (BPL), which is designed to engage introductory psychology students in learning course and textbook content by having them develop psychological explanations for events in their lives. Maintains that BPL is an excellent icebreaker for graduate teaching assistants and a vehicle for

McAdam, Dale

1987-01-01

407

Arbitrary Metrics in Psychology  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Many psychological tests have arbitrary metrics but are appropriate for testing psychological theories. Metric arbitrariness is a concern, however, when researchers wish to draw inferences about the true, absolute standing of a group or individual on the latent psychological dimension being measured. The authors illustrate this in the context of 2

Blanton, Hart; Jaccard, James

2006-01-01

408

Psychology in China  

Microsoft Academic Search

Based on meetings with Chinese psychologists, a report is presented indicating that psychologists in the People's Republic of China are engaged in research concerning theory, Chinese language, child development, vision, audition, and areas of physiological psychology including acupuncture, pain, memory, and CNS functioning. The Institute of Psychology within the Chinese Academy of Sciences represents the center for psychological research.

Sigmund Hsiao

1977-01-01

409

What is Political Psychology?  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Political psychology is the study of the bidirectional interaction of political and psychological processes. This academic discipline was founded after the First World War by Harold D. Lasswell. The content of political psychology is discussed and illustrative studies of the field are briefly summarized. (CS)

Deutsch, Morton

1983-01-01

410

Socioaffective Neuroscience & Psychology (SNP)  

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Socioaffective Neuroscience & Psychology (SNP) I t is an exciting challenge for us to launch a new interdisciplinary journal, Socioaffective Neuroscience & Psychology. We believe the journal will appeal to a wide advances have shed new light on psychological and neural processes. For example, in the area

Paris-Sud XI, Université de

411

The psychology of pleasantness  

Microsoft Academic Search

The psychology of emotion is in a notoriously unsatisfactory state; imagination and theory have gone ahead of the facts. In affective psychology we may have been misled by the double standard of pleasantness and unpleasantness. The opposition of the traditional affective processes is probably logical rather than psychological and consequently it would be well to consider each process separately. Recent

C. A. Ruckmick

1925-01-01

412

Psychology in India  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Psychology forms the basis of every human activity. The scope of psychology is increasingly widening in various economic, political, social, cultural and technological aspects. Though the application of psychology is extending to various aspects of life, it needs to be indigenised to address the dynamic needs in the various socio-economic contexts

Sushma, B.; Padmaja, G.

2011-01-01

413

Enhancing Placebo Effects: Insights From Social Psychology  

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Placebo effects are widely recognized as having a potent impact upon treatment outcomes in both medical and psychological interventions, including hypnosis. In research utilizing randomized clinical trials, there is usually an effort to minimize or control placebo effects. However, in clinical practice there may be significant benefits in enhancing placebo effects. Prior research from the field of social psychology has identified three factors that may enhance placebo effects, namely: priming, client perceptions, and the theory of planned behavior. These factors are reviewed and illustrated via a case example. The consideration of social-psychological factors to enhance positive expectancies and beliefs has implications for clinical practice as well as future research into hypnotic interventions. PMID:23488251

SLIWINSKI, JIM; ELKINS, GARY R.

2012-01-01

414

The Psychology of Cyberspace  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Created and maintained by Professor John Suler of Rider University, The Psychology of Cyberspace is a frequently updated interactive document that provides "an evolving conceptual framework for understanding the various psychological components of cyberspace." Currently, the site contains six major components: The Fundamental Psychological Qualities of Cyberspace, The Psychology of the Individual in Cyberspace, The Psychology of Cyberspace Relationships, Group Dynamics in Cyberspace, Research Methods in Cyberpsychology, and The Palace Study, an ongoing case study of an online multimedia community. This extensive site also includes a subject index to aid information retrieval, and a modest annotated webliography of cyberpsychology resources.

Suler, John.

1999-01-01

415

Neoscholastic psychology revisited.  

PubMed

Beginning around 1879, a Neoscholastic psychology developed, an experimental psychology with a soul. Opposed to materialism, it sought to renew Scholastic philosophy by incorporating the findings of the natural sciences. Neoscholastic psychology is an important chapter in the history of the relationships between science and religion in the 20th century. Neoscholastic psychology was both experimental and philosophical. This article presents the main accomplishments of North American Neoscholastic psychology in academic and applied areas. Neoscholastic psychologists championed scientific psychology while insisting on a better conception of human nature. Philosophical critiques led to a decline of Neoscholasticism; after the 1960s it was no longer official Catholic philosophy. Neoscholasticism gave psychologists concerned with philosophical questions impetus to turn to phenomenology, existentialism, and humanistic psychology. PMID:15997486

Kugelmann, Robert

2005-05-01

416

Psychologic stages in renal transplant.  

PubMed

Health workers must be aware of the psychologic stages experienced by their patients. We analyzed the influence of the posttransplant time on thoughts (depressive and anxious) and body image perception in renal transplant recipients. The sample consisted of 59 adult patients (mean age +/- SD: 45.76 +/- 11.44), divided into three groups according to the posttransplant time (1 year, 1 to 2 years, >2 years). Subjects completed a psychosocial interview (sociodemographic and clinical data), the Beck's Cognitions Checklist, and the Garanto Self-concept Scale. Negative thoughts and body image alterations were increased during the first year and from the third year on, with no statistically significant differences between these two periods, but they were appreciable when these periods were compared with the 13- to 24-month interval. Renal transplant recipients may go through three psychologic stages after transplant: alert; coping; and exhaustion. PMID:15866634

Prez-San-Gregorio, M A; Martn-Rodrguez, A; Galn-Rodrguez, A; Prez-Bernal, J

2005-04-01

417

Outcomes from psychological assessment regarding recommendations for cosmetic surgery.  

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Demand for cosmetic surgery is on the increase; in the public sector this places dual pressure upon psychological services to conduct relevant pre-surgical assessments and also upon medical services to conduct indicated surgeries. If psychological needs are identified at assessments, this creates 'on-costs' for psychological services, in terms of providing the necessary and indicated psychological interventions. The current study attempted to investigate clinical outcomes from psychological assessments for cosmetic surgery, through identifying the rate and range of possible outcomes and examining factors associated with such outcomes. The sample consisted of 62 females seeking cosmetic surgery concerning the appearance of either their breasts or their stomachs; 23 sought breast augmentation, 23 sought breast reduction and 18 sought abdominoplasty. Participants were seen for psychological assessment, during which a clinical screening interview was performed and various validated self-report measures completed. Results indicate that women seeking breast augmentation were more likely than women in the other groups to be recommended to receive either psychological treatments prior to surgery or psychological treatments alone. Lower levels of psychological distress were associated with recommendations for surgery. The results are discussed in terms of identified methodological short-comings of the study and the potential role of psychological assessments in the care pathway of people seeking cosmetic surgery. PMID:18316256

Kellett, Stephen; Clarke, Suzanne; McGill, Pauline

2008-01-01

418

Psychological complications in 281 plastic surgery practices.  

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Surgery is a high-stakes stressor with possible consequences that include death, pain, disfigurement, economic losses, and alterations in social roles. Often, the most disturbing complications to surgeons and patients are psychological rather than physical. Ineffective management of psychological complications of surgery can have profound consequences, resulting in delayed recuperative times, delayed return to work, poor patient compliance, dissatisfaction with the surgical outcome, hostility toward surgeons, and anxiety. The purpose of this study was to investigate in a large randomized group of plastic surgery practices the relative incidence of negative psychological outcomes and to compare these with the incidence of adverse physical outcomes to gain a greater appreciation of the relative magnitude of each type of perioperative complication. The study design was a descriptive, correlational survey that assessed psychological complications reported by plastic surgeons. The Plastic Surgery Questionnaire was sent to 702 randomly selected board-certified plastic surgeons. The sample consisted of 281 board-certified plastic surgeons (40 percent response rate). The study instrument was found to be highly reliable, with inter-item Cronbach's alpha r = 0.85. The demographics were representative of the specialty as a whole. It was found in general that psychological complications were much more prevalent than physical problems such as hematoma or infection. Anxiety reactions were commonly encountered by 95.4 percent of surgeons; disappointment (96.8 percent), depression (95.0 percent), nonspecific physical complaints (92.2 percent), and sleep disorders (88.5 percent) were the next most commonly reported complications. Most surgeons (75.8 percent) reported that screening for depression was important, but only 18.8 percent identified screening for post-traumatic stress disorder as important, even though 86 percent had diagnosed post-traumatic stress disorder in their postoperative patients. Psychological complications occur at rates equal to or greater than those of physical complications in the plastic surgery practice. Patients who experience physical complications are much more likely to simultaneously experience psychological complications. Patients with preexisting psychological conditions are more at risk for postoperative psychological complications. Disappointment, anxiety, and depression were the most frequently seen psychological complications. Nursing personnel are perceived by plastic surgeons to have the primary role in screening patients for pertinent psychological history. Directed research should be undertaken to determine which treatment regimens are most effective in reducing preoperative psychological complications. Controlled clinical trials of pharmaceuticals and alternative therapies must be designed and carried out in a prospective manner to establish the optimum treatment for alleviation of adverse emotional consequences of surgery. The next frontier for the specialty is to actively and consciously investigate and improve our patients' emotional and psychological results from surgery. PMID:10513902

Borah, G; Rankin, M; Wey, P

1999-10-01

419

Reminiscence, Personality, and Psychological Functioning in Older Adults  

Microsoft Academic Search

Purpose: The present study examined the relationships be- tween the frequency and functions of reminiscence, personal- ity styles, and psychological functioning. There is little research on the psychological factors that correlate with remi- niscence, especially in relationship to clinical constructs such as depression and anxiety. Research in the area of reminis- cence functions may facilitate a better understanding of the

Jeffrey A. Cully; Donna LaVoie; Jeffrey D. Gfeller

2001-01-01

420

Self Psychology and End of Life Pastoral Care  

Microsoft Academic Search

This paper explores salient concepts of Heinz Kohut's self psychology in relation to pastoral caregiving with dying persons and family members. Examination of a principle case study and other relevant clinical examples illumines the discussion. It is argued that the principles of Kohut's psychology can critically inform pastoral theological reflection. Strengths and limitations are considered throughout the analysis, and gestures

Michael S. Koppel

2004-01-01

421

Disappearances, Silences, and Anxious Rhetoric: Gender in Abnormal Psychology Textbooks  

Microsoft Academic Search

Viewed from a feminist perspective, the history of clinical psychology reveals a troubledand troublingrelationship to women. Diagnoses and treatments have sometimes served to control and even victimize women. Over the past 25 years, feminist scholarship, activism, and practice have yielded impressive contributions to knowledge. Yet, these accomplishments go largely unnoticed in textbooks in abnormal psychology. Why the resistance? Looking beyond

Jeanne Marecek

1993-01-01

422

PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF INTERPERSONAL VICTIMIZATION EFFECTS IN ADULTS AND CHILDREN  

Microsoft Academic Search

Because clinical awareness of victimization effects is a relatively recent phenomenon, the field is only now developing assessment methodologies relevant to victims of interpersonal violence. This article reviews current information on the psychological assessment of children and adults with victimization histories, both in terms of general psychological tests such as the MMPI, Rorschach, and Child Behavior Checklist, and trauma-specific measures

John Briere; Diana M. Elliott

1997-01-01

423

[Immediate intervention of medico-psychological emergency units].  

PubMed

Medico-psychological emergency units (CUMP) are part of the emergency medical assistance services. They are adapted to the early treatment of people suffering from the psychological effects of an intentional or accidental disaster. Immediate intervention implies the rapid setting up of a system adapted to the context and to the clinic. PMID:20684467

Bernard-Brunel, Laurent; Cholin, Nathalie

2010-01-01

424

Competence Assessment Integrating Reflective Practice in a Professional Psychology Program  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The Midwestern University Clinical Psychology Program--Glendale Campus (MWU) created a Comprehensive Assessment Method in Psychology (CAMP) comprised of 35 different "tasks" of authentic work products representing a variety of assessment techniques based on pedagogical theory. Each task assesses one or more components of one of the program's five

Lewis, Deborah; Virden, Tom; Hutchings, Philinda Smith; Bhargava, Ruchi

2011-01-01

425

Identifying Effective Psychological Treatments of Insomnia: A Meta-Analysis.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Clarified efficacy of psychological treatments for insomnia through a meta-analysis of 66 outcome studies representing 139 treatment groups. Psychological treatments produced considerable enhancement of both sleep patterns and the subjective experience of sleep. Participants who were clinically referred and who did not regularly use sedatives

Murtagh, Douglas R. R.; Greenwood, Kenneth M.

1995-01-01

426

Transforming Coverage of Primary Prevention in Abnormal Psychology Courses.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Maintains that a comprehensive understanding of abnormal psychology requires coverage of recent advances in primary prevention. Describes a conceptual scheme and recommends resources and teaching methods for instructors. Asserts that clinical and community psychology are conceptually distinct but complementary fields. (CFR)

Dalton, James H.; And Others

1994-01-01

427

The relations of educational psychology with general psychology  

Microsoft Academic Search

Closer cooperation and communication are needed between the teachers of general psychology, educational psychology, and education. Curricular revisions are necessary to bring general and educational psychology courses to the point where they will supplement each other. Educational psychology may be a middle-point of transition between systematic psychology and education in the schools.

William F. Bruce

1949-01-01

428

Course Syllabus Table of Contents Psychology 320: Online Health Psychology  

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1 Course Syllabus Table of Contents Psychology 320: Online Health Psychology Summer, 2011 Table-800-500-1554 or (517) 355-2345 Help is available 24/7 ! Course Syllabus* Psychology 320 Online Health Psychology Summer is designed to introduce students to the field of Health Psychology. This is an accelerated upper divisi

Liu, Taosheng

429

Chapter 1: What is Health Psychology Health Psychology &  

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Chapter 1: What is Health Psychology Health Psychology & Behavioral Medicine ! PSYC or NRSC 360 ! Syllabus ! Introductions ! Today: ! What is Health Psychology? #12;WHAT IS HEALTH? #12;World Health. ! This state of optimum health is called "wellness" #12;What is Health Psychology? ! Health Psychology

Meagher, Mary

430

Chapter 1: What is Health Psychology Health Psychology &  

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Chapter 1: What is Health Psychology Health Psychology & Behavioral Medicine Psyc 360 Dr. Meagher (Ma-har) Syllabus Today: What is Health Psychology? #12;Definition of Health Psychology Health is called "wellness" #12;Four Areas of Focus in Health Psychology 1. Health promotion and maintenance 2

Meagher, Mary

431

Chapter 1: What is Health Psychology Health Psychology &  

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Chapter 1: What is Health Psychology Health Psychology & Behavioral Medicine PSYC or NRSC 630 Syllabus Introductions Today: What is Health Psychology? #12;WHAT IS HEALTH? #12;World Health. This state of optimum health is called "wellness" #12;What is Health Psychology? Health Psychology

Meagher, Mary

432

MSc in Psychological Research 2011/12 PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH  

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MSc in Psychological Research 2011/12 1 MSc/Dip in PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH PROGRAMME HANDBOOK 2011/2012 Programme Code: PTMSCPSYRM Programme Director: Robert McIntosh Psychology School of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences University of Edinburgh #12;MSc in Psychological Research 2011/12 2 MSc

Edinburgh, University of

433

Optimum Transfer Guide: Psychology Why Psychology at Texas Tech?  

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, Cognitive/ Applied Cognitive Psychology, and Human Factors (accredited by the Human Factors and Ergonomics of the department (806) 742.0876 cctr@ttu.edu www.cctr.ttu.edu comprises programs in applied cognitive psychologyOptimum Transfer Guide: Psychology Why Psychology at Texas Tech? The Department of Psychology

Gelfond, Michael

434

Psychology Insight Taster Day with British Psychology Society (ID:325)  

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Psychology Insight Taster Day with British Psychology Society (ID:325) Outline The `Psychology and Lecturers aim to give a detailed picture of the various work within Psychology and the career/training options available. These are run in conjunction with the Welsh Branch of the British Psychological Society

Harman, Neal.A.

435

Positive Psychology: Considerations and Implications for Counseling Psychology  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Why has the specialty of counseling psychology been overlooked in the larger conversation about positive psychology? Is it reasonable that counseling psychology claims positive psychology as its own? What are some of the problems in defining "positive psychology," and how does the lack of consensus around operationalization thwart discourse on

Mollen, Debra; Ethington, Lanaya L.; Ridley, Charles R.

2006-01-01

436

Psychology of Religion Pages  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Designed and maintained by Professor Michael E. Nielsen of the Psychology Department at Georgia Southern University, this site offers numerous resources for people interested in psychological aspects of religious belief and behavior. The site is designed as an introduction to the psychology of religion, rather than a comprehensive treatment. Resources are grouped into three main categories: general resource pages, science and religion pages, and pages devoted to new religious movements. Contents include notable people in the psychology of religion; a bibliography; course syllabi; journal TOCs; essays on the field, on science and religion, and on several aspects of new religious movements; and related links.

Nielsen, Michael E.

1998-01-01

437

Undergraduate Programmes School of Psychology  

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and Cognitive Robotics Our School An approach to psychology Psychology is often defined as the studyUndergraduate Programmes School of Psychology We are one of the UK's strongest Psychology as being `internationally excellent', third in the UK. Head of School of Psychology Create impact. #12

Miall, Chris

438

Detecting referral and selection bias by the anonymous linkage of practice, hospital and clinic data using Secure and Private Record Linkage (SAPREL): case study from the evaluation of the Improved Access to Psychological Therapy (IAPT) service  

PubMed Central

Background The evaluation of demonstration sites set up to provide improved access to psychological therapies (IAPT) comprised the study of all people identified as having common mental health problems (CMHP), those referred to the IAPT service, and a sample of attenders studied in-depth. Information technology makes it feasible to link practice, hospital and IAPT clinic data to evaluate the representativeness of these samples. However, researchers do not have permission to browse and link these data without the patients' consent. Objective To demonstrate the use of a mixed deterministic-probabilistic method of secure and private record linkage (SAPREL) - to describe selection bias in subjects chosen for in-depth evaluation. Method We extracted, pseudonymised and used fuzzy logic to link multiple health records without the researcher knowing the patient's identity. The method can be characterised as a three party protocol mainly using deterministic algorithms with dynamic linking strategies; though incorporating some elements of probabilistic linkage. Within the data providers' safe haven we extracted: Demographic data, hospital utilisation and IAPT clinic data; converted post code to index of multiple deprivation (IMD); and identified people with CMHP. We contrasted the age, gender, ethnicity and IMD for the in-depth evaluation sample with people referred to IAPT, use hospital services, and the population as a whole. Results The in IAPT-in-depth group had a mean age of 43.1 years; CI: 41.0 - 45.2 (n = 166); the IAPT-referred 40.2 years; CI: 39.4 - 40.9 (n = 1118); and those with CMHP 43.6 years SEM 0.15. (n = 12210). Whilst around 67% of those with a CMHP were women, compared to 70% of those referred to IAPT, and 75% of those subject to in-depth evaluation (Chi square p < 0.001). The mean IMD score for the in-depth evaluation group was 36.6; CI: 34.2 - 38.9; (n = 166); of those referred to IAPT 38.7; CI: 37.9 - 39.6; (n = 1117); and of people with CMHP 37.6; CI 37.3-37.9; (n = 12143). Conclusions The sample studied in-depth were older, more likely female, and less deprived than people with CMHP, and fewer had recorded ethnic minority status. Anonymous linkage using SAPREL provides insight into the representativeness of a study population and possible adjustment for selection bias. PMID:21995837

2011-01-01

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ACTIVITIES CHECKLIST FOR INTERNSHIP Psychology 686: Internship in School Psychology  

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ACTIVITIES CHECKLIST FOR INTERNSHIP Psychology 686: Internship in School Psychology Millersville University Department of Psychology Name of Intern _________________________________ The following activities: Prevention, Crisis Intervention, and Mental Health Domain 8: Home/School/Community Collaboration Domain 9

Hardy, Christopher R.

440

Psychology 303: Research Methods in Psychology Summer 2014  

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1 Psychology 303: Research Methods in Psychology Summer 2014 Lecture Instructors: Robin Hertz, M such as t-tests, chi-square, and ANOVA. Course Books Required Book: Morling, B. (2012). Research methods, Research Methods in Psychology, is an excellent

Lockery, Shawn

441

PSYCHOLOGY 302 STATISTICAL METHODS IN PSYCHOLOGY SUMMER 2013  

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1 PSYCHOLOGY 302 ­ STATISTICAL METHODS IN PSYCHOLOGY SUMMER 2013 Methods) learn a variety of statistical terms and procedures. To successfully LIBRARY COMPUTERS. OVERVIEW Students of Psychology 302 (Statistical

Lockery, Shawn

442

Psychological and Vocational Assessment of Native Americans.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This paper introduces important issues in the psychological and vocational assessment of Native Americans in schools, mental health clinics, counseling centers, and rehabilitation programs. A primary concern is to conduct such assessment in a fair and unbiased manner. Various methods are used to gather information: interviewing the client, family

Thomason, Timothy C.

443

Comparing Computerized versus Traditional Psychological Assessment.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This study utilized a Latin Squares design to assess equivalence of computer and paper-and-pencil testing methods in a clinical setting with college students. No significant differences between scores on measures of anxiety, depression, and psychological reactance were found across group and administration format. Most subjects preferred

Lukin, Mark E.; And Others

1985-01-01

444

Health Psychology: The time is now  

Microsoft Academic Search

Based on his presidential address delivered to the Division of Health Psychology in 1980, the author (1) reviews factors responsible for the current state of issues affecting health and illness; (2) assesses the future of health research, clinical application, training, and employment opportunities; and (3) discusses 3 modulator issues that may determine effectiveness and capacity to meet the future health

Stephen M. Weiss

1982-01-01

445

Julia D. Buckner, Ph.D. Department of Psychology  

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@lsu.edu EDUCATION 2007-2008 Predoctoral Clinical Psychology Fellow, Division of Substance Abuse, Department Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Center for Substance Abuse Treatment

Harms, Kyle E.

446

Psychology 473/573: Marriage and Family Therapy Winter 2011  

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both social and clinical psychology (as well as sociology, communication, and family studies meetings will include traditional lectures, videos, and brief writing, small group, and discussion (illness, university sponsored activities or athletics, family emergencies, work conflicts, early departure

Lockery, Shawn

447

The Prediction of Graduate School Success in Psychology.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Traditional graduate school admissions indices were used to predict performance on a screening examination called the Master's Comprehensive (MACOMP). The major finding was the similarity of prediction of MACOMP performance for clinical and experimental psychology students. (Author/GK)

Kirnan, Jean Powell; Geisinger, Kurt F.

1981-01-01

448

Richard J Davidson Department of Psychology Waisman Center  

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Department of Psychology and Social Relations Personality / Psychopathology & Psychophysiology Behavioral and Psychopathology, 1992- present; Associate Editor, Cognition and Emotion, 1992-2000; Member, NIMH Clinical (NARSAD), Established Investigator Award, 1995; President, Society for Research in Psychopathology, 1996

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Workshop on Computational Linguistics and Clinical Psychology  

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an episode of major depression this year; and suicide is the third leading cause of death for people between disorders in very little time, the American Academy of Family Physicians has recognized the need of emotion in suicide notes. Research has been done on language analysis in the context of, for example

450

APPLICATION POSTDOCTORAL CLINICAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM  

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of dissertation Dissertation proposal approved: Data collected: Data analyzed: Dissertation defended: Expected of any major project (if applicable). Internship Training Internship site APA Accredited? Type of setting/ADOLESCENT TESTS # Administered and Scored # of Reports Written Autism measures (e.g., CARS, GARS, ADOS, ADI

Yoo, S. J. Ben

451

2012 Clinical Psychology Doctoral Student Accomplishments Publications  

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. (2012). Improving the success of treatment for autism spectrum disorders: An introduction to the Autism.1080/13607863.2011.598847 Jahn, D. R. (2012). Rural communities. In D. Lester & J. R. Rogers (Eds.), Crisis intervention

Gelfond, Michael

452

Distinguishing science from pseudoscience in school psychology: Science and scientific thinking as safeguards against human error  

Microsoft Academic Search

Like many domains of professional psychology, school psychology continues to struggle with the problem of distinguishing scientific from pseudoscientific and otherwise questionable clinical practices. We review evidence for the scientistpractitioner gap in school psychology and provide a user-friendly primer on science and scientific thinking for school psychologists. Specifically, we (a) outline basic principles of scientific thinking, (b) delineate widespread cognitive

Scott O. Lilienfeld; Rachel Ammirati; Michal David

453

Distinguishing Science from Pseudoscience in School Psychology: Science and Scientific Thinking as Safeguards against Human Error  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Like many domains of professional psychology, school psychology continues to struggle with the problem of distinguishing scientific from pseudoscientific and otherwise questionable clinical practices. We review evidence for the scientist-practitioner gap in school psychology and provide a user-friendly primer on science and scientific thinking for

Lilienfeld, Scott O.; Ammirati, Rachel; David, Michal

2012-01-01

454

Edelgard Wulfert, Ph.D. Department of Psychology Phone: (518)442-4654  

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Edelgard Wulfert, Ph.D. Department of Psychology Phone: (518)442-4654 State University of New York@uamail.albany.edu _________________________________________________________________ EDUCATIONAL HISTORY 1983-87 Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology; University of North Carolina, Greensboro State License No. 009951; Psychologist 96-07 National Register of Health Service Provider in Psychology

Kidd, William S. F.

455

Edelgard ("Elga") Wulfert, Ph.D. Department of Psychology Phone: (518)442-4654  

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1 Edelgard ("Elga") Wulfert, Ph.D. Department of Psychology Phone: (518)442-4654 State University@albany.edu _________________________________________________________________ EDUCATIONAL HISTORY 1983-87 Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology; University of North Carolina, Greensboro in Psychology No. 44183. EMPLOYMENT HISTORY 2008- Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, University at Albany 2007

Kidd, William S. F.

456

Special issue: Multiple perspectives on the psychological and neural bases of social cognition  

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cognition. What is the definition of social cognition? What are the psychological and neural processes, developmental psychology, clinical psy- chology, and/or cognitive neuroscience, most defined social cognitionEditorial Special issue: Multiple perspectives on the psychological and neural bases of social

Ochsner, Kevin

457

Training in medical psychology: A survey of graduate and internship training programs  

Microsoft Academic Search

Surveyed American Psychological Association-approved doctoral and internship programs in clinical and counseling psychology regarding training opportunities in medical psychology. 42 graduate and 65 internship programs responded. Results indicate that the majority of both types of programs offered didactic and experiential training, including diagnostic and therapeutic activities with a wide variety of medical\\/surgical patients. There appears to be a sufficient number

W. Doyle Gentry; Frank T. Masur; Michael J. Asken

1981-01-01

458

Distress reduction from a psychological intervention contributes to improved health for cancer patients  

Microsoft Academic Search

Purpose. Psychological interventions are efficacious in reducing emotional distress for cancer patients. However, it is not clear whether psychological improvements are, in turn, related to improved health. A clinical trial tests whether a psychological intervention for cancer patients can do so, and also tests two routes to achieve better health: (a) reducing patients Emotional Distress, and\\/or (b) enhancing their functional

Barbara L. Andersen; William B. Farrar; Deanna Golden-Kreutz; Charles F. Emery; Ronald Glaser; Timothy Crespin; William E. Carson

2007-01-01

459

Using an Internship Opportunity to Expand Awareness of Industrial/Organizational Psychology  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

The public perception of the field of psychology tends to be limited to the clinical area. Exposure to other areas of psychology through broad, introductory courses helps expand students' perspectives of psychology. This exposure may be too late, however, as many colleges cannot afford to devote entire courses to each of the many subfields of

Kisamore, Jennifer L.; Alexander, Evangeline

2008-01-01

460

Statistical Power of Psychological Research: What Have We Gained in 20 Years?  

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Calculated power for 6,155 statistical tests in 221 journal articles published in 1982 volumes of "Journal of Abnormal Psychology,""Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology," and "Journal of Personality and Social Psychology." Power to detect small, medium, and large effects was .17, .57, and .83, respectively. Concluded that power of

Rossi, Joseph S.

1990-01-01

461

Bachelor of Science, Psychology 2010-2011 Old Dominion University Catalog  

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AREA IV: Clinical 306 Health Psychology; 325 Drugs & Behavior; 405 Abnormal; 412 Testing; or 461 DrugBachelor of Science, Psychology 2010-2011 Old Dominion University Catalog *Lower division Introduction to Psychology 3 * GEN. ED.Human Behavior (PSYC 201S or 203S may not be used; CRJS 215S/SOC 201S

462

School Psychology at The Pennsylvania State University Since 1931  

Microsoft Academic Search

In 1931, Robert G. Bernreuter was brought to Pennsylvania State University to teach, to conduct research, and to develop a clinic that would provide psychological services to schoolchildren and to students in the university, and consultation with their teachers. With the clinic came new courses to prepare students for service in the clinic and later in the schools. In 1937,

Joseph L. French

1987-01-01

463

Genetics and Developmental Psychology  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

One of the major changes in developmental psychology during the past 50 years has been the acceptance of the important role of nature (genetics) as well as nurture (environment). Past research consisting of twin and adoption studies has shown that genetic influence is substantial for most domains of developmental psychology. Present research

Plomin, Robert

2004-01-01

464

Psychologism and Instructional Technology  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Little of the work in critical and hermeneutical psychology has been linked to instructional technology (IT). This article provides a discussion in order to fill the gap in this direction. The article presents a brief genealogy of American IT in relation to the influence of psychology. It also provides a critical and hermeneutical framework for

Gur, Bekir S.; Wiley, David A.

2009-01-01

465

Journal of Abnormal Psychology  

Microsoft Academic Search

This article is reprinted from the Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 1965, 70, 1. The Journal of Abnormal Psychology will give priority to articles on problems related to abnormal behavior, broadly defined. The Journal's interests thus include the following: (a) psychopathology--its development or acquisition, its treatment or remission, and its symptomatology and course; (b) normal processes in abnormal individuals; (c) pathological

Howard F. Hunt; William N. Thetford

1965-01-01

466

The Psychology of Memory  

Microsoft Academic Search

In this chapter I will try to provide a brief overview of the concepts and techniques that are most widely used in the psychology of memory. Although it may not appear to be the case from sampling the literature, there is in fact a great deal of agreement as to what constitutes the psychology of memory, much of it developed

Alan D. Baddeley

1976-01-01

467

A History of Psychology.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Any study of the history of psychology must first determine what is to be considered psychology, whether to stick to the relatively continuous Western tradition or to include others (e.g., Eastern, Oriental), and whether to investigate the impact of the socio-cultural events of the time on the views of that period or consider those views in a

Brown, Evan L.

468

Psychology for Economists  

Microsoft Academic Search

Orthodox economics focuses on the analysis of the way the economic force or motivation operates, thereby abstracting from the functioning of other primary forces or motivations, such as the social and the psychic motivation. By assuming perfect rationality psychic problems are ignored. This text discusses six approaches in psychology . cognitive, behaviourist, biological, psychodynamic, humanistic and social psychology - to

Piet Keizer

2010-01-01

469

Psychology and chronic pain  

Microsoft Academic Search

This article will explore some specific psychological responses to pain and outline the historical developments that have led to current treatments. The recognition and treatment of maladaptive psychological responses to pain can lessen distress and the progression of chronic pain states.

Jennifer K. Dietrich

2011-01-01

470

Teaching Anomalistic Psychology.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Discusses need for anomalistic psychology courses (the occult, astrology, ESP, or those phenomena inexplicable in terms of orthodox science) in the college psychology curriculum. A study of an anomalistics course indicates that student belief in the paranormal was associated with greater learning which was then followed by significant reductions

Jones, Warren; Zusne, Leonard

1981-01-01

471

PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE Research Article  

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of what makes a face attractive is currently the subject of a lively debate. What standards of beauty doPSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE Research Article 558 Copyright © 2003 American Psychological Society VOL. 14 people have, and what sets those standards? Traits that contribute to attractiveness include symmetry

Nakayama, Ken

472

The Psychology of Globalization.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Examines the influence of globalization on psychological functioning, describing globalization worldwide and its psychological consequences. Notes that most people now develop bicultural identities that combine local identity with global culture-related identity. Identity confusion is increasing among young people in non-western cultures because

Arnett, Jeffrey Jensen

2002-01-01

473

Psychological Dynamics of Sport.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This book provides a comprehensive review of the branch of sport and exercise science that focuses on the psychological aspects of human behavior. Part I presents a general orientation to the field, including an introduction and description of sport psychology and a discussion of the history and current status of the field. Individual differences

Gill, Diane L.

474

Mechanisms and Psychological Explanation  

Microsoft Academic Search

As much as assumptions about mechanisms and mechanistic explanation have deeply affected psychology, they have received disproportionately little analysis in philosophy. After a historical survey of the influences of mechanistic approaches to explanation of psychological phenomena, we specify the nature of mechanisms and mechanistic explanation. Contrary to some treatments of mechanistic explanation, we maintain that explanation is an epistemic activity

Cory Wright; William Bechtel

475

Linguistics and psychology  

Microsoft Academic Search

1. GOALS Since the early sixties, the received view among generative grammarians has been that linguistics is a branch of cognitive psychology. On this view, grammars constructed by linguists are hypotheses about psychologically real rules which are responsible for speakers' linguistic abilities and which are causally involved in the production of (some significant portion of) their linguistic behavior. Universal grammar

Scott Soames

1984-01-01

476

Space Psychology and Psychiatry  

Microsoft Academic Search

This book deals with psychological, psychiatric, and psychosocial issues that affect people who live and work in space. Unlike other books that focus on anecdotal reports and ground-based simulation studies, this book emphasizes the findings from psychological research conducted during actual space missions. Both authors have been active in such research. What is presented in this readable text has previously

N. Kanas; D. Manzey

2003-01-01

477

Clemson University Department of Psychology  

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Clemson University Department of Psychology ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Psychology Undergraduate Handbook 2014-2015 ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Dr. Pamela Alley www.clemson.edu/psych #12;2 Table of Contents Section I: Psychology Department 4

Duchowski, Andrew T.

478

AllPsych Online: The Virtual Psychology Classroom  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

For instructors or students looking for material on many aspects of psychology, the AllPsych Online site may prove to be indispensable. The site was started in 1999, and it contains eight primary sections which cover everything from classic psychology studies to an extensive reference area. First-time visitors may wish to start by looking through the "Reference" area, which features an expanded timeline of psychology through the ages, a dictionary, and biographies of prominent persons in the field. People interested in entering the field of psychology will want to click on over to the "Careers and Education in Psychology" section for the materials on various academic programs in clinical, counseling, and school psychology. For a bit of a diversion, the site also has a "Fun and Games" area where visitors can take a look at some optical illusions and crossword puzzles.

Heffner, Christopher L.

2007-01-01

479

Avian psychology and communication.  

PubMed Central

The evolution of animal communication is a complex issue and one that attracts much research and debate. 'Receiver psychology' has been highlighted as a potential selective force, and we review how avian psychological processes and biases can influence the evolution and design of signals as well as the progress that has been made in testing these ideas in behavioural studies. Interestingly, although birds are a focal group for experimental psychologists and behavioural ecologists alike, the integration of theoretical ideas from psychology into studies of communication has been relatively slow. However, recent operant experiments are starting to address how birds perceive and respond to complex natural signals in an attempt to answer evolutionary problems in communication. This review outlines how a psychological approach to understanding communication is useful, and we hope that it stimulates further research addressing the role of psychological mechanisms in signal evolution. PMID:15306314

Rowe, Candy; Skelhorn, John

2004-01-01

480

Online Psychology Laboratory (OPL)  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

The Online Psychology Laboratory (OPL) consists of (1) highly interactive, web-deliverable psychology experiments and demonstrations, (2) a cumulative data archive from which students can retrieve datasets for analysis, and (3) user-controlled data extraction and analysis tools designed for the diverse needs of end users. One of the goals of the collection is to offer support for student research and educators who are not adept in experimental design and data analysis. Psychology students will be able to collect data, analyze data, and report their findings for class assignments or individual projects. Because psychology is allied to many disciplines--biology, sociology, and political science among them--OPL will contribute to the set of experiments available to students who wish to study psychologically-based issues in related scientific disciplines.

2006-03-08

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An introduction to spiritual psychology: overview of the literature, east and west.  

PubMed

This article outlines the philosophical background to spiritual psychology and selectively reviews Western and Eastern literature on the subject. The world views of theism, atheism, and agnosticism are defined and critiqued, and the boundaries of scientific knowledge discussed. The views of James, Jung, and Freud are reviewed, and the contributions of humanistic psychology noted. Contemporary spiritual psychology is then summarized with reference to recent literature on theistic psychotherapy, Buddhist psychology, mind-body medicine, and transpersonal psychology. Sri Aurobindo's work is introduced as a modern Asian perspective on theistic psychology, and his model of the relationship between the "soul" and the unconscious described. Finally, a brief clinical vignette is given. PMID:15204805

Miovic, Michael

2004-01-01

482

Psychology 459: Cultural Psychology Spring 2011  

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, cognition, health, and social behaviors from a cultural perspective. A focus of this course is to find out: 445 Straub Email: jng@uoregon.edu Overview This course will explore current theories and research are to introduce you to research in cross-cultural psychology, stimulate critical thinking and analytical skills

Lockery, Shawn

483

Goals and Objectives of Texas A&M University Clinical Program Training Model  

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in clinical psychology at Texas A&M University adheres to a scientist- practitioner model of training welfare. The clinical psychology program at Texas A&M University is founded on the belief that clinical of the doctoral clinical psychology program at Texas A&M follow from this educational philosophy and are listed

Grau, James

484

Psychological Risk Factors in Headache  

PubMed Central

Headache is a chronic disease that occurs with varying frequency and results in varying levels of disability. To date, the majority of research and clinical focus has been on the role of biological factors in headache and headache-related disability. However, reliance on a purely biomedical model of headache does not account for all aspects of headache and associated disability. Using a biopsychosocial framework, the current manuscript expands the view of what factors influence headache by considering the role psychological (i.e., cognitive and affective) factors have in the development, course, and consequences of headache. The manuscript initially reviews evidence showing that neural circuits responsible for cognitiveaffective phenomena are highly interconnected with the circuitry responsible for headache pain. The manuscript then reviews the influence cognitions (locus of control and self-efficacy) and negative affect (depression, anxiety, and anger) have on the development of headache attacks, perception of headache pain, adherence to prescribed treatment, headache treatment outcome, and headache-related disability. The manuscript concludes with a discussion of the clinical implications of considering psychological factors when treating headache. PMID:17371358

Nicholson, Robert A.; Houle, Timothy T.; Rhudy, Jamie L.; Norton, Peter J.

2008-01-01

485

School of Psychology Psychology explores how people think, feel,  

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with Psychological Research. Students complete a substantial literature based review which will form their research review of psychological literature. Careers A wide range of careers are open to students graduatingSchool of Psychology Psychology explores how people think, feel, behave and interact with each

Miall, Chris

486

Counseling Psychology Handbook Page 1 DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY  

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Counseling Psychology Handbook Page 1 DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY PROGRAM STUDENT HANDBOOK 2013-2014 #12;Counseling Psychology Handbook Page 2 Note: To go to a specific section. Selection of a Dissertation Committee 8. Annual Review of Students 9. Counseling Program Registration

Zhang, Yuanlin

487

Psychology 15: Social Psychology Spring, 2012 Joshua Greene  

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-16 Crowds 14 4-18 Popular Delusions 5 4-23 Movie TBA 4-25 Social Psychology Rules TBA Exam Review TBA Exam 3Psychology 15: Social Psychology Spring, 2012 Joshua Greene M, W, 1­2:30, Sci Center D 1480 William of the mind in social life, the nature of social interaction, and the application of psychology to social

Wolfe, Patrick J.

488

Incorporating positive psychology content and applications into various psychology courses  

Microsoft Academic Search

Courses devoted to the subject of positive psychology are becoming more common in colleges and universities throughout the United States and beyond, however, there are still many schools that do not have a positive psychology course as part of the psychology curriculum. This article was designed for instructors in such settings who desire to teach positive psychology, but do not

Jeana L. Magyar-Moe

2011-01-01

489

University Psychology Students Having Had Psychology in High School  

Microsoft Academic Search

Does a high school course in psychology influence students to take further work in the subject? Is high school psychology of assistance to those who take psychology in a university? In an attempt to answer these questions, 13 university departments of psychology (Denver, Florida State, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Missouri, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Purdue, Southern California, Texas, Vermont) were

T. L. Engle

1958-01-01

490

Computer Science and Psychology 1 Computer Science and Psychology  

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the social science point of view, and at least one course in cognitive psychology or cognitive science listed in cognitive psychology or cognitive science may substitute for one of the courses in artificial intelligenceComputer Science and Psychology 1 Computer Science and Psychology Directors of undergraduate

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Faculty of Biosciences, Pharmacy and Psychology Institute of Psychology I  

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,,Function of Attention in Cognition" University of Leipzig Institute of Psychology I Seeburgstra?e 14 for this position holds a degree in Psychology, Cognitive Neuroscience, Neurobiology or Neurolinguistics and hasFaculty of Biosciences, Pharmacy and Psychology Institute of Psychology I Research Training Group

Schüler, Axel

492

Doctoral Study in Applied Developmental Psychology Department of Psychology  

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Doctoral Study in Applied Developmental Psychology Department of Psychology University of New Orleans College of Sciences New Orleans, LA With a Ph.D. in Applied Developmental Psychology from professional psychological services. Graduates from our program are currently in academic positions in higher

Kulp, Mark

493

Positive Psychology and Humanistic Psychology: A Reply to Seligman  

Microsoft Academic Search

Arguments in the current debate between positive psychology and humanistic psychology are reviewed with particular emphasis on Martin Seligmans comment that humanistic psychologists do not represent positive psychology because they have generated no research tradition, are narcissistic, and are antiscientific. Each one of these claims is dispelled with specific references to the larger humanistic tradition in American psychology, which includes

Eugene Taylor

2001-01-01

494

Predicting Students' Performance in Introductory Psychology from their Psychology Misconceptions  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Students bring many misconceptions about psychology to the introductory psychology course. We investigated whether scores on a 10-item Knowledge of Psychology Test (adapted from Vaughan, 1977) taken on the first class day were related to final class grades in 11 introductory psychology classes taught by the same instructor at three colleges. A

Kuhle, Barry X.; Barber, Jessica M.; Bristol, Adam S.

2009-01-01

495

BS in PSYCHOLOGY (735420) MAP Sheet Department of Psychology  

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or above. (Students can enroll in 500-level courses on a space-available basis.) The Psychology DepartmentBS in PSYCHOLOGY (735420) MAP Sheet Department of Psychology For students entering the degree requires a minimum of 23 hours of psychology major credit to be taken in residence at BYU for this degree

Olsen Jr., Dan R.

496

For additional information, contact: Department of Psychology  

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, philosophy, health and human development, and many other disciplines. Psychology is a central discipline psychology, social psychology, learning, health and physiological psychology. Our M.S. research programFor additional information, contact: Department of Psychology Montana State University 325

Maxwell, Bruce D.

497

James S. Jackson Professor, Department of Psychology  

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James S. Jackson Professor, Department of Psychology Director, Institute for Social Research. Jackson is the Daniel Katz Distinguished University Professor of Psychology, Profes- sor of Afroamerican Psychology, the American Psychological Association, the Association of Psychological Sciences, AAAS

Hill, Wendell T.

498

Teaching Educational Psychology  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Based at the Millersville University of Pennsylvania, Teaching Educational Psychology (TEP) is an online, peer-refereed journal that is "devoted to increasing our shared knowledge base about the teaching of educational psychology to a variety of educational constituencies" including administrators, policy-makers, parents, and the public. The journal started publication in 2005 and is published twice a year. Visitors to the site can access all of the back issues of the journal, and they should also take a look at their reviewing guidelines and submission materials. Recent articles include "Using Student Interviews to Understand Theories of Motivation" and "Narrative as a Basis for Teaching Educational Psychology" Moving on, the site also includes links to related educational psychology sites and a list of reviewers.

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American Psychological Association  

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... Quick Links Accreditation Advocacy APA Style Center for Psychology and Health Continuing Education Convention Divisions Find a Psychologist Giving ... Early Career Psychologists Authors & Reviewers Employers Librarians Advertisers ... Health Ethics Learning & Memory Marriage & Divorce Personality Race Sexual ...

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Operational Psychology Perspective  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

This slide presentation reviews the history of long duration spaceflight, and the changes in the International Space Station crew and the effect that this has had on the psychology of astronaut selection and training.

Holland, Al

2009-01-01