Graduate Education in Clinical Psychology: “We're Not in Kansas Anymore”

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In this article, the author addresses changes impacting graduate education in clinical psychology, including those in technology, the academy, and the marketplace, and discusses implications of these changes for psychology. Significant concerns are raised concerning issues of supply and demand as well as the nature of the product of graduate education and training.

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