Training Professional Psychologists for the Twenty-First Century

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Abstract

The continued growth and development of professional psychology may ultimately stand or fall on the integrity of the educational system that prepares future generations of practitioners. Currently, the educational enterprise is unduly hampered by several significant impediments. These impediments are identified and resolutions are proposed that would, if implemented, greatly enhance psychology's ability to assume its rightful place as a major autonomous profession that is properly positioned to address some of the nation's pressing social needs.

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