Grindele, Brian C. IOP M1A3

Grindele, Brian C. IOP M1A3 - Do you think Jack can be...

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Do you think Jack can be considered a scientist-practitioner? Discuss why or why not. I think the answer to this question can go either way. For me the fact that he does not actively pursue research at all is the reason I say that he his not. In my opinion Jack is a practitioner. He practices his discipline, and does very little to further the field. I would also fall into this area as I do not care for research, and find the application of the discipline more interesting. Describe the scientist-practitioner model for I/O psychologists advocated by the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP). The scientist-practitioner model emphasizes the integration of science and practice (Riggio, 2008). Basically it states that psychologists need to be knowledgeable in all aspects of their discipline. Why do you think the scientist-practitioner model is useful in I/O psychology? By practicing the model psychologists will be more knowledgeable, and constantly reprised in the advances of their discipline. This will carry over, and help them make
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This note was uploaded on 06/19/2011 for the course PSYCH 101 taught by Professor Bob during the Spring '11 term at Argosy University.

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Grindele, Brian C. IOP M1A3 - Do you think Jack can be...

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