A survey of activities of academic clinicians

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Surveyed 107 academic clinical psychologists regarding their actual and desired allocations of time across 7 activities: (a) graduate courses, (b) undergraduate courses, (c) own research, (d) supervising research, (e) own clinical work, (f) clinical supervision, and (g) administration. Except for own clinical work, which occupied less time, the majority of Ss actually spent 10-29% of their time in each activity, although they would prefer to spend less in administration. Results are discussed in the context of current concerns with professional clinical training. (5 ref) (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved)

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