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Clinical ch1 - ART(molding TimingTactHow do we know how to...

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ART (molding) Timing- Tact- How do we know how to teach these? Dosage- Therefore not a “real science” like medicine, etc… Emphasizes the study, assessment, and treatment of people with psychological problems (Division 12 of APA has more definitions) Commonalities among Training Programs Doctoral Degree Most enter w/ Bachelors, some with Masters Required Coursework Thesis/Dissertation Pre-doctoral internship THREE MODELS OF TRAINING Scientist-practitioner model (Boulder Model) Practitioner –scholar model (Vail Model) Clinical-scientist model = research and then practitioner Boulder Model (Balancing Practice and Science)-1949 at a conference in Boulder, CO. by directors of clinical psych training programs. Emphasizes both practice and research -graduates should be able to competently practice (therapy, assessment, etc. .) and conduct research -A balanced approach Vail Model (Emphasizing Practice)-1973 in Vail, CO conference. Emphasizes practice over research. Yields the Psy D. degree (not traditional Ph. D) Higher
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This note was uploaded on 02/13/2012 for the course PSYCH UD taught by Professor Canul during the Winter '10 term at UC Irvine.

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