. Not all psychologists do clinical
psychologists specialize in areas of research such as psychometrics and
sensation and perception.
93. Educational psychologists primarily
study how people change and grow over time.
94. Educational psychologists primarily
design and evaluate tests of mental abilities and aptitude.
95. Developmental psychologists study how
people change and grow over time.
psychologists are concerned with behavior in the workplace and work motivation.
97. Psychometric psychologists design and
evaluate tests of mental abilities and aptitude.
98. Counseling psychologists are trained
to do psychotherapy with severely disturbed people.
99. In almost all states in the United
States, a license to practice clinical psychology requires a doctorate.
100. Clinical programs leading to a PhD
require a student to complete an extensive literature review instead of a research dissertation.
leading to a PsyD usually require a student to complete an extensive theoretical
literature review instead of a research dissertation.
programs leading to a PhD are usually designed to prepare a person both as a
scientist and as a clinical practitioner.
103. Clinical programs leading to a PsyD
focus on professional practice and do not usually require a research dissertation.
104. A person who has received specialized
training from a psychoanalytic institute is called a psychiatrist.
105. Clinical social workers typically treat
general problems in adjustment and family conflicts.
106. Psychiatrists are more likely to focus
on the possible biological causes of mental disorders.
107. Only psychiatrists and clinical
psychologists can write medical prescriptions in all 50 states at present.