26SEP 2016
California School of Professional Psychology

California School of Professional Psychology

Home > CSPP The California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP) is committed to academic excellence, applied learning and cultural competence. Experts in their respective fields, CSPP faculty integrate rigorous scholarship with hands-on training in a multicultural, international context. Since 1969, CSPP s successful professional practice model has prepared students for flexible professional…

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26SEP 2016
American Psychological Association homosexuality

American Psychological Association homosexuality

Understanding Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Answers to Your Questions For a Better Understanding of Sexual Orientation & Homosexuality This pamphlet is designed to provide accurate information for those who want to better understand sexual orientation and the impact of prejudice and discrimination on those who identify as lesbian, gay or bisexual. The brochure is also available in…

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25SEP 2016
Clinical Forensic Psychology

Clinical Forensic Psychology

Clinical forensic psychology can be defined as assessment, treatment, or consultation that revolves around clinical issues occurring in legal contexts. This chapter discusses methodological challenges and approaches that arise in three primary areas of clinical forensic psychology—descriptive forensic assessment (e.g., psycholegal capacities), predictive assessment (e.g., violence risk assessment)…

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24SEP 2016
PHD Educational Psychology Online

PHD Educational Psychology Online

How do people learn and how can we measure that? Educational psychology is the fascinating study of teaching and learning methods, aptitude assessment, and cognitive development. If you’re interested in this area of psychology, search for online educational psychology graduate programs today! As an education psychology student, you’ll learn the study and practice of developing education strategies…

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24SEP 2016
Requirements for Psychology majors

Requirements for Psychology majors

Psychologists study the human mind and behavior to help patients overcome emotional or psychological difficulties. Becoming a psychologist requires obtaining a master s or doctoral degree. During this process, students may perform research, work supervised clinical rotations and teach classes. They may work in a variety of specialties, such as counseling, school or clinical psychology. Besides working…

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24SEP 2016
Clinical Psychology Psy.D. Program

Clinical Psychology Psy.D. Program

I am delighted that you are exploring this program, one of the first PsyD programs in clinical psychology to be created and APA accredited. Take your time learning about the program and deciding how it might help you fulfill your academic, life and professional goals. The knowledgeable faculty, committed students, and dedicated staff can help you reach and surpass your potential. Developing and challenging…

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24SEP 2016
Psychological disorders Quiz

Psychological disorders Quiz

Criteria for defining psychological disorders depend on whether cultural norms are violated, whether behavior is maladaptive or harmful, and whether there is distress. The medical model describes and explains psychological disorders as if they are diseases. The vulnerability-stress model states that disorders are caused by an interaction between biological and environmental factors. The learning model…

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23SEP 2016
Social Psychology Jobs

Social Psychology Jobs

Application instructions specific to each job posting can be found at the end of the announcement. Some positions require you to apply online, while others require that you submit a paper application directly to each VA facility where you desire employment. VA has several different application forms based on your occupation type. Look in the table below to find the correct application for your occupation…

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