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(p. 3) Who We Are: A Brief History of the American Board of Professional Psychology 

(p. 3) Who We Are: A Brief History of the American Board of Professional Psychology
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(p. 3) Who We Are: A Brief History of the American Board of Professional Psychology
Author(s):

Russell J. Bent

, Ralph E. (Ted) Packard

, and Robert W. Goldberg

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195372434.003.0001
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date: 22 October 2019

The first chapter offers a historical account of the ABPP and provides thereader with insights regarding the challenges faced by the organization overthe past 60 years. While the organization has had both its shining momentsand rough roads, the chapter gives the reader an inside look at the development of its significance and the impressive tradition of board certification toprofessional psychology.

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