Clinical Psychology Since 1917: Science, Practice, and Organization by Donald K. RouthClinical Psychology Since 1917: Science, Practice, and Organization by Donald K. Routh

Clinical Psychology Since 1917: Science, Practice, and Organization

byDonald K. Routh

Hardcover | February 28, 1994

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This is the first complete history of clinical psychology organizations. It traces the courses and effects of all the major societies by detailing the acheivements of their leaders and award winners. The exhaustive account will be of interest to psychologists as well as those with a more general interest in the history of science.
Title:Clinical Psychology Since 1917: Science, Practice, and OrganizationFormat:HardcoverDimensions:298 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0 inPublished:February 28, 1994Publisher:Springer US

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ISBN - 10:0306444526

ISBN - 13:9780306444524

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Table of Contents

Chronological Narrative: Introduction. The American Association of Clinical Psychologists. The Clinical Section of the American Psychological Association. The Clinical Section of the American Association for Applied Psychology. The Division of Clinical and Abnormal Psychology/Division of Clinical Psychology. Growth of Division 12 and the Origins of the Section on Clinical Child Psychology. Psychologists Interested in the Advancement of Psychotherapy. The Corresponding Committee of Fifty and the Section on Continuing Professional Education. The Section for Clinical Psychology as an ExperimentalBehavioral Science/Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology. The Section on the Clinical Psychology of Women. Issues and Personalities: Research and Scholarly Activities: Basic Science and Psychopathology. Education and Training: The Vail Model. The Economics of Psychological Services: The Public Sector. Summing Up: Conclusion. 9 additional articles. Index.

Editorial Reviews

`This book's strengths are its focus on the organizational structures and their interplay in the history of American clinical psychology....This is a text that should be read by beginning clinical psychologists....It is also a useful resource of the key people in clinical psychology's history, and will serve as a benchmark volume for this value alone.' Behavior Research Therapy