Core Curriculum in Professional Psychology

The Core Curriculum in Professional Psychology

Roger L. Peterson, James D. McHolland, Russell J. Bent,
Elizabeth Davis-Russell, Glenace E. Edwall, Kenneth Polite,
David L. Singer, & George Stricker

Publisher: APA Books; 1 edition (January 1, 1992)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1557981434 | ISBN-13: 978-1557981431

Core Curriculum in Professional Psychology by Roger Peterson et al.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Preface

Part I—Core Curriculum: General Considerations

Chapter 1
The Social, Relational, and Intellectual Context of the Core Curriculum and the San Antonio Conference.
Roger L. Peterson

Chapter 2
Toward a Competency-Based Core Curriculum in Professional Psychology: A Critical History.
Bruce J. Weiss

Chapter 3
Social Construction of the Core Curriculum in Professional Psychology.
Roger L. Peterson

Chapter 4
Academic-Scientific Core Curriculum.
Frank M. Webbe, Philip D. Farber, Glenace E. Edwall, & Keith J. Edwards

Chapter 5
Teaching the Core Curriculum.
Marc Lubin & George Stricker

Chapter 6
National Council of Schools of Professional Psychology Core Curriculum Survey.
Andrea Morrison, Lynn O’Connor, & Barbara Williams

Chapter 7
Faculty Opinions on the Core Curriculum: A Survey.
Kathi A. Borden & Gary L. Mitchell

Chapter 8
Innovations in Curriculum: The Use of Personal Computers in Training Professional Psychologists.
Kjell Erik Rudestam

Chapter 9
Core Curricular Change: Barriers and Strategies for Achieving Meaningful Change.
W. Gary Cannon & James D. McHolland

Part II—The Professional Core Competency Areas

Chapter 10
The Professional Core Competency Areas.
Russell J. Bent

Chapter 11
Relationship Competency.
Kenneth Polite & Edward Bourg

Chapter 12
Assessment Competency.
Steven N. Gold & Frank De Piano

Chapter 13
Intervention Competency.
Russell J. Bent & Richard Cox

Chapter 14
Research and Evaluation Competency: Training the Local Clinical Scientist.
Steven J. Trierweiler & George Stricker

Chapter 15
Consultation and Education Competency.
Robert J. Illback, Charles A. Maher, & David Kopplin

Chapter 16
Management and Supervision Competency.
Russell J. Bent, Nancy Schindler, & James E. Dobbins

Part III—Broadening the Core Curriculum

Chapter 17
Broadening the Core Curriculum.
Glenace E. Edwall

Chapter 18
The Self, the Student, and the Core Curriculum: Learning From the Inside Out.
David L. Singer, Roger L. Peterson, & Ethel Magidson

Chapter 19
Women and the Core Curriculum.
Glenace E. Edwall & Nancy Newton

Chapter 20
Ethnic Diversity and the Core Curriculum.
Elizabeth Davis-Russell, Wesley T. Forbes, Joseph Bascuas, & Eduardo Duran

Part IV—Conference Resolutions

Chapter 21
National Council of Schools of Professional Psychology Core Curriculum Conference Resolutions.
James D. McHolland

References.
NCSPP San Antonio Conference Participants

Bibliographic information
Title: The Core Curriculum in Professional Psychology
Contributors: Roger L. Peterson, National Council of Schools of Professional Psychology (U.S.)
Publisher: American Psychological Association, 1991
Length: 179 pages

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