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(p. 37) Board Certification: A Competency-Based Perspective 

(p. 37) Board Certification: A Competency-Based Perspective
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(p. 37) Board Certification: A Competency-Based Perspective
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Nadine J. Kaslow

and M. Victoria Ingram

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195372434.003.0003
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date: 01 December 2020

This chapter discusses board certification from a competency-based perspective. It begins by definingthe relevant constructs and reviewing the evolution of the shift toward aculture of competence and competency assessment within professional psychology, and then discusses the history of a competency-based approach within board certification in professional psychology, focusing on the currentcompetencies of interest to ABPP’s board certification process.

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