Bridging Psychology's Scientist vs. Practitioner Divide: Fruits of a Twenty-Five Year Dialogue Jeffrey B. Adams and Ronald B. Miller

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Abstract

In 1988, the control of the American Psychological Asso- ciation shifted to those advocating the interests of profes- sional practice and a substantial segment of the scientific community in psychology seceded to form the American Psychological Society, devoted to scientific psychology and scientific-based practice. In this climate, it has become increasingly difficult for scientists and practition- ers to maintain analytical discussions of the philosophical and methodological issues that divide these two groups. For over 25 years, the authors have been fortunate to have the professional and intellectual luxury of just such a discussion, and present here a dialogue that attempts to capture their initial stark differences in perspective and the process by which differences have been clarified, and areas of agreement established.

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  • Jeffrey B Adams

  • Ronald B Miller

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