If you want to work in the field of mental health, pursuing a doctorate in psychology is an excellent decision. The gold standard of degrees in the field of psychology, a doctorate will help qualify you for a greater number of career opportunities. When considering which graduate psychology program is right for you, there are a lot of factors to take into account: location, cost, […]
PsycCRITIQUES Blog: If the Vast Majority of Men Are Not Really Promiscuous, Should We Devote Time to Challenging the Stereotype?
If the Vast Majority of Men Are Not Really Promiscuous, Should We Devote Time to Challenging the Stereotype? Gary R. Brooks reviewed Andrew P. Smiler’s book Challenging Casanova: Beyond the Stereotype of the Promiscuous Young Male. Brooks states, Drawing from his own research and extensive federal government research, Smiler contends that there is an enormous misunderstanding of young men’s sexual attitudes and behavior. He writes, The Casanova […]
The Organizational Psychology Program at CSPP, Los Angeles presents: “Process Redesign of a Consent Decree-Based Police Promotional System” with Calvin Hoffman, Ph.D. When: November 25, 2013 from 4:30pm – 6pm Where: LA Campus RSVP to Nurcan Ensari at email@example.com For more information on this event, please refer to this flyer. Calvin Hoffman manages the development and validation of testing programs for sworn and civilian occupations at […]
Should Psychologists Embrace or Abandon DSM‑5? The November 20th release of PsycCRITIQUES includes two reviews of the newly released Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) as well as reviews of four other books relevant to the new edition of the manual. These reviews, written by several of the most prominent authorities in the field, are often—but not uniformly—critical of the latest version of the DSM. Psychologists almost always have […]