Characteristics of doctoral and nondoctoral school psychology programs: Their implications for the entry-level doctorate
In the past 10 years the number of graduates in school psychology has doubled, and student enrollment has tripled. Rapid growth in the psychological profession has brought with it an attempt to make the doctoral degree the minimal credential for entry to independent practice. Examination of the characteristics of doctoral and nondoctoral training programs in school psychology suggests that each type of program has distinct points in its favor. Â© 1980.
Journal of School Psychology
French, J. L. and McCloskey, George, "Characteristics of doctoral and nondoctoral school psychology programs: Their implications for the entry-level doctorate" (1980). PCOM Scholarly Papers. 876.
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