The Psychologist as a Manager

  • Richard R. Kilburg

Abstract

Graduate education in psychology exposes a professional to a broad range of conceptual models concerning human behavior, strategies and technologies for the conduct of psychological research, and various techniques for assessment and therapeutic intervention. The knowledge of ethics, standards, professional practices, and operating in the human service environment are among the topics to which students are least exposed during their training, yet internships and course content typically provide some experience. It is, however, a rare student who finishes training with anything but the vaguest possible notion about management.

Keywords

Resource Allocation Professional Development Cash Flow Action Schema Referral Source 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Richard R. Kilburg
    • 1
  1. 1.Office of Professional AffairsAmerican Psychological AssociationUSA

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