Psychology | Clinical Psychology
P530 | 3817 | R. McFall


This is the foundation course for students admitted to the doctoral
program in Clinical Science.  Classic papers in the field are
reviewed.  A conceptual framework is presented for the field of
Clinical Science.  The intrinsic tensions between science and practice
are examined critically.

Format:  Lectures are combined with class discussions of assigned
readings.

Text:  No required text.  Assigned readings from original sources.

Required papers, tests, and Grades:  Three short "thought papers" are
assigned during the semester. There is one final exam at the end of
the semester; this essay covers all of the material from the semester.
Grades are based on the exam, the papers, and class participation.

Availability of Instructor:  By appointment.