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Tuesday, March 4, 2003

"Mind Games", a terrific article by Carol Travis in The Chronicle of Higher Education, explores the growing tension between psychologists who do research that is accountable to the norms of science and the everyday practice of psychology with patients in consulting offices.

As she says, "the split between the research and practice wings of psychology has grown so wide that many psychologists now speak glumly of the 'scientist-practitioner gap,' although that is like saying there is an 'Arab-Israeli gap' in the Middle East."

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