IUPsyS Bibliographies

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  • A characterisation of South African psychology (1948-1988): The impact of exclusionary ideology (1998)
  • A chronology of noteworthy events in American psychology (1994)
  • A comment on the quality principles (1996)
  • A community mental health team in Northern Ireland: New referrals as a result of civil disorder (1994)
  • A comparative study of the development of educational psychology in China and America (1997)
  • A comparison of educational psychologist training: UK and USA (1986)
  • A comparison of educational psychologist training: UK and USA (1986)
  • A comparison of French and British mental health legislation (1992)
  • A comparison of international and United States students in APA-accredited programs: Acculturation, counseling self-efficacy and role difficulties in supervision (2000)
  • A comparison of journal citation patterns of British and North American authors publishing in British journals (1977)
  • A comparison of journal citation patterns of British and North American authors publishing in British journals (1977)
  • A contextual and methodological perspective on the evidence-based movement within school psychology in the United States (2002)
  • A counseling psychologist in Russia as a Fulbright scholar: James in Wonderland (1993)
  • A decade of environmental psychology in South Africa (1987)
  • A Dutch contribution to counsellor education: An in-service model (1985)
  • A faculty perspective on teaching assistant training (1997)
  • A frame of reference for psychology (1994)
  • A Fulbright counseling psychologist in a rebellious Soviet republic (1993)
  • A handbook for counseling international students in the United States (2007)
  • A healer may yet emerge from behind the mask: Revisiting the tarnished image of psychology in Africa (a South African perspective) (1999)
  • A historical perspective on the dilemmas confronting psychology (1987)
  • A historical view of human factors in the United States (2007)
  • A history of American psychology in notes and news 1883-1945: An index to journal sources (1989)
  • A history of ethical codes in South African psychology: An insider’s view (1998)
  • A history of I-O psychology educational programs in the United States (2007)
  • A history of the Division of Psychoanalysis of the American Psychological Association (1994)
  • A look at British graduate students (1974)
  • A look at psychometrics in the Netherlands (1985)
  • A Mexican psychology (1977)
  • A model of work for psychologists in social services (1992)
  • A New Zealand school counsellor education course viewed by its graduates (1984)
  • A Nigerian undergraduate counsellor training programme: The case of the University of Ilorin, Nigeria (1987)
  • A personal view of the future of psychology departments (1991)
  • A profile of forensic psychologists in South Africa (1998)
  • A profile of the N Z Psychological Society: Education, sex, first employment (1976)
  • A proposal for internationalizing counseling psychology in the United States: Rationale, recommendations and challenges (2003)
  • A PsyD degree for every practitioner: Truth is labeling (1994)
  • A R Luria’s role in the development of Soviet psychology (1980)
  • A short history of British psychology: 1840-1940 (1979)
  • A socio-cultural analysis of the ethical standards of care in psychotherapy professions in the United States: Psychiatry, psychology and social work (2002)
  • A survey of coaches and athletes about sport psychology in New Zealand (1991)
  • A survey of doctoral degrees in clinical psychology in the United Kingdom and Australia (1996)
  • A survey of ergonomics in Yugoslavia (1983)
  • A survey of ergonomics in Yugoslavia (1983)
  • A survey of ergonomics in Yugoslavia (1983)
  • A survey of forensic psychologists’ work with sex offenders in England and Wales (1994)
  • A survey of interns’ preferences and plans for postdoctoral training (2000)
  • A survey of mentoring in professional psychology (1999)
  • A survey of practices and beliefs among ABPP and non-ABPP clinical neuropsychologists (1990)
  • A survey of student counselling in higher and further education in the United Kingdom (1987)
  • A UK PhD in psychology: The British Psychological Society guidelines (2003)
  • About the human resources in psychology (1981)
  • Academic value of research participation by undergraduates (1986)
  • Accreditation handbook (1986)
  • Accreditation standards for university and college counseling centers (1994)
  • Affiliations of psychologists elected to the National Academy of Sciences (1981)
  • African American psychology: Theory, research, and practice (1992)
  • Ageism in undergraduate psychology texts (1990)
  • Allyn & Bacon guide to master’s programs in psychology and counseling psychology (1998)
  • American mainstream psychology and its relationship to international and cross-cultural psychology (1994)
  • American psychological imperialism in the fourth world (1997)
  • American Psychologists and psychology abroad (1984)
  • American Psychologists and psychology abroad (1984)
  • American psychology and philosophy, 1876-1976: Alienation and reconciliation (1978)
  • American psychology at the crossroads: Science or profession? (1990)
  • American psychology in the eighties: Who will buy? (1982)
  • American psychology since World War II: A profile of the discipline (1982)
  • An assessment of predoctoral internship supervision in geropsychology: Sites, supervisory relationships, and developmental perspectives (1996)
  • An evaluation of the training of psychologists at the University of the Free State (1999)
  • An examination of selected statutory licensing requirements for psychologists in the United States (1982)
  • An expanded role for clinical psychologists and social workers in the United States Army (1976)
  • An insight into Soviet psychological methodology following the 1971 Congress of Soviet Psychologists (1972)
  • An overview of child psychology in the Philippines (1981)
  • An overview of counselling in Britain today (1993)
  • An undergraduate course in American popular psychology (1998)
  • Animal experiment: British and European legislation and practice (1983)
  • Animal experimentation in the United Kingdom (1991)
  • Animal facilities survey (1990)
  • Animal laboratory facilities at America’s best undergraduate colleges (1991)
  • Animal rights, animal wrongs and the question of balance (1991)
  • Annotated bibliography of materials for adding an international dimension to undergraduate courses in developmental and social psychology (1984)
  • Another communication gap: Can school psychologists of the USA learn from other nations? (1984)
  • Another lost world of Russian psychology (1992)
  • Applied behaviour analysis in New Zealand educational settings: Contributions and curriculum gaps (1983)
  • Applied psychology and the law (1991)
  • Applied psychology in Mexico (1986)
  • Applied psychology in Mexico (1986)
  • Applied Psychology in Spain (1994)
  • Applied social psychology in the USSR: Excerpts from interviews at Leningrad State University (1981)
  • Applied sport psychology in Britain: A reply to Anshel (1993)
  • Applied sport psychology in Sweden: Historical development: Today’s work & future development (1989)
  • Applied sport psychology in the United States (1989)
  • Applied sport psychology: A view from Britain (1989)
  • Applying psychology in organizations, seen from the point of view of an East European country (1981)
  • Are animal experiments on the way out? (1991)
  • Aspects of the history of psychology in America: 1892-1992 (1994)
  • Attitudes toward animal research among psychology students in Spain (2001)
  • Attitudes toward sport psychology consulting of adult athletes from the United States, United Kingdom, and Germany (2004)
  • Australian and New Zealand university clinical and counselling psychology staff: Maintaining practice in academe (2006)
  • Authorship credit in supervisor-student collaboration: Assessing the dilemma in psychology (1999)
  • B
  • Baccalaureate origins of doctorate recipients in psychology: 1920-1980 (1985)
  • Back to the future in the education and training of psychologists (1989)
  • Bakhtin, Freud, and early Soviet psychology (1985)
  • Basic approaches used in American and Soviet clinical neuropsychology (1977)
  • Basic approaches used in American and Soviet clinical neuropsychology (1977)
  • Basic data for manpower planning in clinical psychology (1979)
  • Becoming a clinical psychologist in the United Kingdom (1989)
  • Behavior in organizations: South African perspectives (1983)
  • Behavior therapy in Russia (1995)
  • Behavior therapy in South Africa: A review (1982)
  • Behavioral analysis of clinical practice in the United States (1991)
  • Behavioral medicine in Norway (1986)
  • Behavioral psychotherapy in Singapore (1999)
  • Behavioral therapy in Sri Lanka (1985)
  • Behavioural sciences teaching in UK dental schools (1987)
  • Bicultural partnerships in clinical training and practice in Aotearoa/New Zealand (2002)
  • Black clinical psychology trainees at a “White” South African university: Issues for clinical supervision (1996)
  • Black students in US graduate and professional schools in the 1980s: A national institutional assessment (1987)
  • Bridging scientist and practitioner perspective in clinical psychology (1995)
  • British applied psychology of subnormality (1981)
  • British female academics and comparative psychology: Attempts to establish a research niche in the early 20th century (2003)
  • British psychotherapy in context (1996),
  • British research productivity in psychology 1980-1989: Does the Lotka-Price law apply to university departments as it does to individuals? (1992)
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  • Cancer counselling in the United Kingdom (1992)
  • Career counseling and vocational psychology in Portugal: A political perspective (1998)
  • Career opportunities for psychologists (1976)
  • Career psychology in South Africa: Moral perspectives on present and future directions (2002)
  • Careers services: History, policy and practice in the United Kingdom (2005)
  • Centrifugal versus centripetal tendencies in psychology: Will the center hold? (1987)
  • Centripetal and centrifugal trends in psychology (1987)
  • Certification of consultants in sport psychology: A rebuttal to Anshel (1992)
  • Certification of psychologists by the American Board of Professional Psychology (1987)
  • Certification of school psychologists (1974)
  • Changing health care environment in the United States: Steadily evolving into the twenty-first century (1998)
  • Changing levels of numeracy and other core mathematical skills among psychology undergraduates between 1992 and 2002 (2004)
  • Changing organization of psychology in Norway (1979)
  • Changing roles for educational psychologists within inclusive education in South Africa (2004)
  • Changing the rules: Psychology in the Netherlands, 1900-1985 (1995)
  • Chasing rainbow notions: Enacting community psychology in the classroom and beyond in post-1994 South Africa (2004)
  • Child mental health services in the new South Africa (1996)
  • Child psychology and juvenile delinquency in Puerto Rican society (1988, reprint 1998)
  • Child psychology and psychiatry: An introduction (2004)
  • Child psychology in Nigeria (1992)
  • Clients of the school psychological service in a Norwegian community (1989)
  • Clinical biopsychosocial practice and primary health care in Eastern Nigeria (1985)
  • Clinical child psychology in Norway (1975)
  • Clinical child psychology in Poland (1975)
  • Clinical child psychology in the Philippines (1975)
  • Clinical child psychology in the USA (1975)
  • Clinical practice and the paradigm for psychology (1976)
  • Clinical psychologists and the Mental Health Act 1983 (1986)
  • Clinical psychologists in the 1970s (1976)
  • Clinical psychologists in the primary health care system in the Netherlands (1986)
  • Clinical psychology (1998)
  • Clinical psychology and psychotherapy in Russia: Current status and future prospects (1992)
  • Clinical psychology and the people: Another perspective (1979)
  • Clinical psychology comes of age (1988)
  • Clinical psychology in Africa (south of the Sahara), the Caribbean and Afro-Latin America: A textbook for universities and paramedical schools (1989)
  • Clinical psychology in early 21st century Aotearoa/New Zealand (2002)
  • Clinical psychology in Pakistan (1991)
  • Clinical psychology in Poland (1984)
  • Clinical psychology in Poland (1986)
  • Clinical psychology in practice (1982)
  • Clinical psychology in South Africa: A comparative study of emerging professional trends (1986)
  • Clinical psychology in Spain (2003)
  • Clinical psychology in Spain as sound as a bell (2003)
  • Clinical psychology in the community: Initial services in Britain (1980)
  • Clinical psychology in the Soviet Union (1974)
  • Clinical psychology offers in the Internet in Spain (2007l)
  • Clinical psychology services for children (1975)
  • Clinical psychology training: A British perspective (1982)
  • Clinical psychology training: A history of ideas and practices prior to 1946 (2000)
  • Clinical psychology, who is to decide? (1975)
  • Clinical psychology: Current status and future prospects (1994)
  • Clinical trainee impairment in APA approved internship programs (1986)
  • Clinicians in Russia struggle to make psychology a discipline that helps (1994, Winter)
  • Cognitive psychology and reading in the USSR (1988)
  • Cognitive-behavior therapy in South Africa (1999)
  • Cognitive-behaviour therapy in the UK: Comments on Lovibond (1993)
  • Community mental health in Nigeria: Challenge to the counsellor and the behavioural scientist (1987)
  • Community mental health services in Norway (2003)
  • Community psychology graduate employment in Aotearoa New Zealand (2000)
  • Community psychology in Thailand (1989)
  • Community social psychology in Venezuela (1991)
  • Community study of knowledge of and attitude to mental illness in Nigeria (2005)
  • Comparative psychology in Russia (1992)
  • Comparative psychology in the Netherlands (1987)
  • Comparative psychology in the United Kingdom (1987)
  • Comparative psychology in the United States: A status report (1987)
  • Comparative-cultural research in Soviet psychology (1993)
  • Competencies in arts therapies: A rating of importance, training and performance by practitioners and referring professionals in Switzerland (2007)
  • Conference report of the Zimbabwe Psychological Association (1995)
  • Connection and Disconnection of Research and Practice in the Education of Professional Psychologists (1991)
  • Constructing community social psychology in Mexico (1991)
  • Constructing the subject: South African psychological research before World War II (1993)
  • Contemporary educational psychology in Yugoslavia: A review of research (1984)
  • Contemporary educational psychology in Yugoslavia: A review of research (1984)
  • Contemporary educational psychology in Yugoslavia: A review of research (1984)
  • Contemporary psychology in Mexico (1984)
  • Contemporary psychology in Spain (1994)
  • Contemporary psychology in the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic (1978)
  • Contemporary school psychology in the USSR (1991)
  • Continuing education: A new challenge for psychology (1975)
  • Continuing professional development in the British Psychological Society: The differing needs of the professional and the professional body (1997)
  • Contributions of American mental philosophers to psychology in the United States (2000)
  • Contributions to the foundation of managerial psychology in Romania (1996)
  • Contributions to the history of psychology: XXXIV Enrique O Aragon, a pioneer in Mexican psychology (1983)
  • Counseling across cultural borders in South Africa (1987)
  • Counseling and guidance in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (1987)
  • Counseling and the British Psychological Society: A caution (1982)
  • Counseling at universities in Sweden (1983)
  • Counseling in developing countries: Turkey and India as examples (2005)
  • Counseling in Malaysia: An emerging profession (1987)
  • Counseling in Nigeria and the United States of America: Contrasts and similarities (2005)
  • Counseling in Nigeria and the United States of America: Contrasts and similarities (2005)
  • Counseling in South Africa: Yesterday, today, and tomorrow (1995)
  • Counseling psychology and psychometrics: A South African perspective (2004)
  • Counseling psychology and the Zambian Fulbright program (1988)
  • Counseling psychology in South Africa: Current political and professional challenges and future promise (2003)
  • Counselling in areas of armed conflict: The case of Jaffna, Sri Lanka (2003)
  • Counselling in England today (1976)
  • Counselling in the United Kingdom: Past, present and future (2000)
  • Counselling psychology in New Zealand: The quest for identity and recognition (2004)
  • Counselling supervision: The British context (1988)
  • Counsellor training in two different cultures (1992)
  • Counsellor training in two different cultures (1992)
  • Counselor education in Malaysia (1987)
  • Counselor preparation in Australia and New Zealand (1987)
  • Counselor training, anxiety, and counseling self-efficacy: Implications for training psychology students from the United Arab Emirates University (2004)
  • Country profile: Malaysia (1994, Fall)
  • Country profile: Nigeria (1996, Spring)
  • Country profile: Portugal (1995, Fall)
  • Country profile: Puerto Rico (1995, Winter)
  • Country profile: Qatar (1995, summer)
  • Country profile: Soviet Georgia (1990)
  • Country profile: Turkey (1991, Winter)
  • Country profile: United Kingdom (1993, Fall)
  • Credentialing issues, current and future: United States and Canada (1998)
  • Criminal and legal psychology in Portugal: Past, present and future (1997)
  • Criminal justice psychology in Aotearoa/New Zealand (2003)
  • Criteria for accreditation of doctoral training programs and internships in professional psychology (1979)
  • Cross-cultural issues in clinical psychology training programmes (1992)
  • Cross-cultural neuropsychology in Saudi Arabia (2002)
  • Cross-cultural research in relation to counseling in Great Britain (1987)
  • Cross-cultural research in the sociohistorical tradition (1998)
  • Crystal ball gazing: Training and accreditation in 2000 AD (1992)
  • Cultural affordances and emotional experience: Socially engaging and disengaging emotions in Japan and the United States (2006)
  • Cultural and historical influences on the concepts of guidance in late 20th century Russia (2003)
  • Cultural challenges to psychosocial counselling in Nepal (2005)
  • Culture and clinical practice: Recommendations for working with Puerto Ricans and other Latinas(os) in the United States (2006)
  • Culture and counseling in the Philippines (1984)
  • Current practice patterns of clinical and counselling psychologists and their attitudes to transforming mental health policies in South Africa (1996)
  • Current research and trends in aviation psychology in Poland (1991)
  • Current state of psychology in Romania (1973)
  • Current status and tasks of child, developmental, and educational psychology (1987)
  • Current status of graduate education in psychology (1974)
  • Current trends in Norwegian social psychology: A brief review (1982)
  • Currents and futures in American feminist psychology: State of the art revisited (1991)
  • Currents of thought in American social psychology (1991)
  • Curriculum: A history of the American undergraduate course of study since 1636 (1977)
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  • Daubert v Merrell Dow and expert testimony by clinical psychologists: Implications and recommendations for practice (1996)
  • Decolonizing the Filipino psyche: Impetus for the development of psychology in the Philippines (1987)
  • Defining an agenda for validation research for professional licensure and certification examinations (1994)
  • Defining constructs underlying the practice of psychology in the United States and Canada (1998)
  • Dementia and care in the community: Experiences from clinical psychological work in Norway (1987)
  • Demographic characteristics of psychologists and supply/demand issues: United States (1998)
  • Demographic characteristics of psychologists and supply/demand issues: The Netherlands (1998)
  • Descriptive characteristics of applied psychologists in the New Zealand Public Service: A preliminary report (1982)
  • Developing a community psychology training program in Puerto Rico (1978)
  • Developing a Filipino psychology (1993)
  • Developing a graduate program in community psychology: Experiences at the University of Waikato, New Zealand (1997)
  • Developing an index to measure violence against women for comparative studies between Mexico and the United States (2006)
  • Developing community psychology in Zululand, South Africa (2000)
  • Developing world psychology: Lessons from cross-cultural psychology (1987)
  • Developing youth-friendly online counselling services in the United Kingdom: A small scale investigation into the views of practitioners (2006, September)
  • Development and initial steps of the Association of Virgin Island Psychologists (2000)
  • Development of “psychiatry” and the mental health services in Norway: Comment (2005)
  • Development of community psychology in Australia and Aotearoa/New Zealand (2007, March)
  • Development of community psychology in New Zealand: A Waikato perspective (1989)
  • Development of ethology in the USSR [From a report to the XXI International Ethological Conference] (1992)
  • Development of modern psychology in Pakistan (1987)
  • Development of practice: Moving from a curative approach to a comprehensive community-based response to survivors of armed conflict The case of the Balay Rehabilitation Centre in the Philippines (2007, August)
  • Developmental psychology in Soviet Union (1988)
  • Developments in family therapy in the USA (1994)
  • Developments in family therapy in the USA (1994)
  • Dilemmas of academic practice: Perceptions of superiority among social psychologists (1997)
  • Directions in Soviet social psychology (1984)
  • Distribution of behavioral science faculty in United States medical schools: 1968-1969 and 1978-1979 (1984)
  • Doctoral school psychology internships in non-school settings in the United States (2003)
  • Doctoral school psychology program graduates in the United States: The first seventeen years (1974)
  • Doctoral training in psychology in Spain (2003)
  • Doctoral training in the psychology of adult development and aging: 1993-1994 survey results (1996)
  • Does professional training make a therapist more effective? (1985)
  • Dual relationships between therapist and client: A national study of psychologists, psychiatrists, and social workers (1989)
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  • E-mental health in Pakistan: A pilot study of training and supervision in child psychiatry using the internet (2006)
  • Early interactions between animal psychologists and animal activists and the founding of the APA Committee on Precautions in Animal Experimentation (1990)
  • Editor’s introduction: A guide to the empirically supported treatments controversy (1998)
  • Editorial: Australian and New Zealand psychology: Building even more bridges (2006, July)
  • Editorial: Seventy-five years of the British Journal of Psychology, 1904-1978 (1979)
  • Educating the reflective practitioner: Toward a new design for teaching and learning in the professions (1987)
  • Education and credentialing in psychology (1978)
  • Education and training (1996)
  • Education and training in ergonomics in the Netherlands (1974)
  • Educational and psychological testing in Zimbabwean schools: Past, present and future (1998)
  • Educational and school psychology in the United Kingdom and the United States: An introduction (1998)
  • Educational and school psychology in the United Kingdom and the United States: An introduction (1998)
  • Educational developmentalists: Introducing a new profession (1994)
  • Educational psychology in Poland (1999)
  • Educational psychology in New Zealand (2007)
  • Educational psychology in South Africa: A future perspective (1989)
  • Educational psychology in Spain (1997)
  • Educational psychology in the schools of England and Wales (1989)
  • Educational psychology in the United Kingdom (1990)
  • Educational psychology in the United States (1992)
  • Educational psychology in Turkey (1994)
  • Educational psychology: A century of contributions (2004)
  • Edward Cox, the Psychological Society of Great Britain (1875-1879) and the meanings of an institutional failure (2001)
  • Eldra Shulterbrandt and the development of public mental health services in the US Virgin Islands (2000)
  • Employment and continuing professional education of New Zealand psychologists (1980)
  • Employment of psychologists in USA: Responses to the crisis of the 1970s (1984)
  • Employment of psychology graduates in NHS clinical audit (1998)
  • Employment opportunities for psychology graduates in South Africa: A contemporary analysis (1998)
  • Enduring expertise of school psychologists and the changing demands of schools in the United States (1996)
  • Entry requirement for professional practice of psychology (1977)
  • Environmental psychology (1994)
  • Environmental psychology in the Soviet Union (1981)
  • Environmental psychology in the United Kingdom (1987)
  • Environmental psychology in Venezuela (1983)
  • Envisioning oneself as a leader: Comparisons of women and men in Spain and the United States (2006)
  • Establishing and maintaining a clinical practice in the United States (1998)
  • Ethical and professional issues in contemporary British sport psychology (1992)
  • Ethical codes in South African psychology: Contribution of the Canadian code (1998)
  • Ethical dilemmas encountered by members of the American Psychological Association: A national survey (1992)
  • Ethical dilemmas of South African clinical psychologists: International comparisons (1999)
  • Ethical issues in graduate education: Faculty and student responsibilities (1985)
  • Ethical principles of psychologists (1981)
  • Ethical principles of psychologists (amended June 2, 1989) (1990)
  • Ethical principles of psychologists and code of conduct (1992)
  • Ethical principles of psychologists: United States (1998)
  • Ethical transgressions of psychology graduate students: Critical incidents with implications for training (1997)
  • Ethics education after licensing: Ideas for increasing diversity in content and process (2002)
  • Ethics for psychologists (1994)
  • Ethics in psychological professional standards and cases (1985)
  • Ethics in psychology: Professional standards and cases (1995)
  • Ethics of teaching: Beliefs and behaviors of psychologists as educators (1991)
  • Ethnic group differences in lay philosophies of behavior in the United States (2006)
  • Ethnic psychology in the United States (1997)
  • European roots of the first psychology clinic in North America (1996)
  • Evaluating models of community psychology: Social transformation in South Africa (2002)
  • Evaluation of a local area network in an undergraduate psychology teaching laboratory (1988)
  • Examination of the content of individualism/collectivism scales in cultural comparisons of the USA and Japan (2007)
  • Experimental and physiological psychology (1998)
  • Experimental psychology in Russia: Its beginnings (1986)
  • Explaining citation counts of senior developmental psychologists (1997)
  • Explorations in the history of psychology in the United States (1983)
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  • Factors predicting the short-listing and selection of trainee clinical psychologists: A prospective national cohort study (2004)
  • Family matters: The descendants of Freud and Jung (1998)
  • Family mediation: The development of the regulatory framework in the United Kingdom (2005)
  • Family psychology and family therapy in Spain (1999)
  • Family psychology in Sweden: Historical overview and the Swedish model of family therapy (1999)
  • Family therapy in Malaysia: An update (2003)
  • Family therapy in Portugal and the US: A culturally sensitive approach (1999)
  • Filipino psychology in the Third World (1977)
  • Filipino psychology: Concepts and methods (1997)
  • Filipino religious psychology: A commentary (1979)
  • Florida State University at Panama City: Masters program in psychology with a specialty in applied behavior analysis (2007, March)
  • Forensic psychiatry and psychology: Perspectives and standards for interdisciplinary practice (1986)
  • Forensic psychology in South Africa (1996)
  • Forensic psychology: Principles, practice and training (1977)
  • Forensic standards in the American Psychological Association’s new ethics code (1994)
  • Four alternative futures for education in the United States: It’s our choice (2004)
  • Four persistent themes throughout the history of I-O psychology in the United States (2007)
  • From anticolonialism to postcolonialism: The emergence of Chinese indigenous psychology in Taiwan (2005)
  • From colonialism to ultranationalism: History and development of career counseling in Malaysia (2002)
  • From Leipzig to Luxembourg (via Boulder and Vail): A history of clinical psychology training in Europe and the United States (2000)
  • From Leipzig to Luxembourg (via Boulder and Vail): A history of clinical psychology training in Europe and the United States (2000)
  • From research to clinical practice: The implications of social developmental research for psychotherapy (1985)
  • From the history of comparative psychology in the USSR (1992)
  • From then to now: The development of industrial-organizational psychology in the United States (1992)
  • From variables to lives: Inputs to a fresh agenda for psychological aging research in Norway (2003)
  • Frontiers of psychological research in Pakistan (1975)
  • Full-time private practice in the United States: Results of a national survey (1983)
  • Further thoughts on the National Board of Examiners in Psychology (1974)
  • Future training requirements for counseling psychologists: Competence with children (1994)
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  • G Shpet and his role in the history of Russian psychology (1990)
  • Gender and race: Whereto psychology in South Africa? (1997)
  • Gender imagery in Philippine psychology: A critique of the literature (1988)
  • General hospital psychiatry in the Netherlands (2005)
  • Genetics and educational psychology (2003)
  • Georgy Chelpanov and the establishment of the Moscow Institute of Psychology (1985)
  • Global mobility for psychologists: The role of psychology organizations in the United States, Canada, Europe, and other regions (2005)
  • Government policy and social psychologists (1977)
  • Government regulation: Federal regulation (2000)
  • Graduate admission criteria of leading psychology departments (1989)
  • Graduate education in political psychology Annual Meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology (1990, Washington, DC) (1991)
  • Graduate education in psychology (1987)
  • Graduate education in psychology: Past, present, and future (1992)
  • Graduate education in psychology: Time for a change? (1985)
  • Graduate education in school psychology: Teaching is more than a performing art (1990)
  • Graduate education then and now (1976)
  • Graduate study in psychology and associated fields (1984)
  • Graduate study in psychology, 1970-1979 (1982)
  • Graduate study in psychology, 1996 (1996)
  • Graduate study in psychology, 1998 (1998)
  • Graduate Study in psychology, 2000 (2000)
  • Graduate study in psychology: 1992-1993 (1996)
  • Graduate study in psychology: 1994 edition with 1995 addendum (1995)
  • Graduate training in school psychology (1977)
  • Graduate training in statistics, methodology, and measurement in psychology: A survey of PhD programs in North America (1990)
  • Guidance and counseling in Catalonia (Spain): An example that may serve as a stimulation for educational and vocational counseling in the developing countries (1984)
  • Guidance and counseling in New Zealand (1983)
  • Guidance and counseling in Pakistan (1983)
  • Guidance and counseling services in Nigeria (1983)
  • Guidance and counselling in New Zealand (1984)
  • Guidance and counselling in New Zealand: Weathering a decade of transformation (1993)
  • Guidance and counselling services in the Republic of South Africa (1983)
  • Guidelines for a Code of Conduct for Psychologists (1983)
  • Guidelines for PhD examiners: An evaluation of impact (1997)
  • Guidelines for the use of animals in research (1985)
  • Guidelines on advertising the services offered by psychologists (1987)
  • Gyneco-psychosomatic counseling in Germany and Switzerland: Aims and state of the art (2006)
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  • Handbook of counselling psychology (1996)
  • Handbook of cross-cultural counseling and therapy (1987)
  • Handbook of enhancing undergraduate education in psychology (1993)
  • Handbook of environmental psychology (1987)
  • Handbook of individual therapy (1996)
  • Handbook of international psychology (2004)
  • Handbook of psychology in legal contexts (1994)
  • Handbook of psychology: Clinical psychology (2003)
  • Harmonising traditional and modern forms of community psychology in Zululand South Africa (1998)
  • Health care marketplace in the United States (2003)
  • Health care psychology and graduate education (1979)
  • Health care reform in the states (1994)
  • Health psychology (1994)
  • Health psychology in Catalonia in 2000: Current view and future perspectives (2001)
  • Health psychology in Poland: Challenges of a changing society (2006)
  • Health psychology in Spain (1994)
  • Health psychology in Switzerland (1994)
  • Health psychology in the United States: A critique and selective review (1998)
  • Held in mind or Hell in mind: Group therapy in Poland (2006)
  • Hispanic psychology: A 25-year retrospective look (1999)
  • Hispanic psychology: A 25-year retrospective look (1999)
  • Historical conceptions of psychopathy in the United States and Europe (1998)
  • Historical development of psychology in Nepal (1987)
  • Historical overview of primary prevention of psychopathology (2006, September)
  • Historical perspective on the role and practice of school psychology (1996)
  • Historical perspective: Religion and clinical psychology in America (1996)
  • Historiography of psychology in Spain: Bibliography with comment (1980)
  • History and emerging trends in education and training for clinical psychology in the United States (1998)
  • History and present status of professional psychology in Zambia (1989)
  • History and present status of professional psychology in Zambia (1989)
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