Training and Education in Psychology

Training & Education in Psychology (TEPP) is the APPIC official journal and is published by the American Psychological Association.

Training and Education in Professional Psychology
The APPIC Board highly values our collaboration with APA in the development of TEPP: Training and Education in Professional Psychology, and will highlight an article from each published volume of the Journal. 
August 2011, Volume 5, Number 3:
Special Section:  The Internship Imbalance Problem: Redefining the Paradigm to Implement Effective Change
Special Section Editors:  Kathleen J. Bieschke and Emil R. Rodolfa
1. Introduction to Special Section: Page 123-125 Bieschke, Kathleen J.; Bell, Debora; Davis, Claytie, III; Hatcher, Robert; Peterson, Roger; Rodolfa, Emil R.
2. The internship supply as a common-pool resource: A pathway to managing the imbalance problem. http://psycnet.apa.org/journals/tep/5/3/126/; Page 126-140 Hatcher, Robert L.
3. An ASPPB perspective on Hatcher's “The internship supply as a common-pool resource: A pathway to managing the imbalance problem." http://psycnet.apa.org/journals/tep/5/3/141/;  Page 141-143 DeMers, Stephen T.
4. The internship crisis: An uncommon urgency to build a common solution.
http://psycnet.apa.org/journals/tep/5/3/141/; Page 144-148 McCutcheon, Stephen R.

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