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Scientists and Practitioners Don’t See Eye to Eye on Repressed Memory

New research shows that psychology researchers and practitioners still tend to hold different beliefs about whether repressed memories occur and whether they can be accurately retrieved. ... More>


The New Science of Mind


How Faith Can Affect Therapy


Observer Article

Beyond the Guild

Despite the recent national focus on increased access to health care, 55 percent of counties in the United States still have no practicing psychiatrists, psychologists, or social workers. It is clear from such arresting statistics that mental health-care delivery needs radical change. ... More>


Observation

New Guidelines for Training in Cognitive and Behavioral Psychology

The Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT) recently sponsored an Inter-organizational Task Force on Cognitive and Behavioral Psychology Doctoral Education to develop guidelines and statements of best practices for integrated education and training in cognitive and behavioral psychology (CBP) at the doctoral level. The task force was co-chaired by APS Fellow Robert K. Klepac, immediate past president of ABCT, and George F. Ronan, professor of psychology and director of the Violence Reduction Clinic at Cen­tral Michigan University. ... More>