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A Cube Model for Competency Development: Implications for Psychology Educators and Regulators

A Cube Model for Competency Development: Implications for Psychology Educators and Regulators

A Cube Model for Competency Development: Implications for Psychology Educators and Regulators

The American Academy of Clinical Psychology
The American Academy of Clinical Psychology
on behalf of American Academy of Clinical Psychology

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Launch date: 04 Jun 2015

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Last updated: 22 Apr 2017

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To take this course, read the article, fill out the required information and submit your learning evaluation answers.

Objectives

Objective 1
1. Understand the profession's organized recent efforts to better define clinical psychology's graduation standards in terms of knowledge, abilities, skills, attitudes, and values
Objective 2
2. Have the "competency cube" as a useful mnemonic and teaching/organizing tool in the future
Objective 3
3. Understand various general approaches to assessing competency
Objective 4
4. Be aware of and ready to grapple with the inter-rater reliability issues in assessing competency
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The American Academy of Clinical Psychology
on behalf of American Academy of Clinical Psychology

The American Academy of Clinical Psychology sponsors this distance learning course.

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  • American Psychological Association
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    Exam Attempts: 3
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    Exam Pass Rate: 70

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This course is based on an article by
Rodolfa, E.; Bent, R.; Eisman, E.; Nelson, P.; Rehm, L.; & Ritchie, P.

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