Evidence-Based Practice in Psychology


The evidence-based practice movement has become an important feature of health care systems and health care policy. Within this context, the APA 2005 Presidential Task Force on Evidence-Based Practice defines and discusses evidence-based practice in psychology (EBPP). In an integration of science and practice, the Task Force’s report describes psychology’s… (More)


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@inproceedings{Barlow2006EvidenceBasedPI, title={Evidence-Based Practice in Psychology}, author={David H Barlow and Jean T Carter and Karina W David-Son and Kristofer J. Hagglund and Josephine D Johnson and Laura C. Leviton and Robert Wood and Johnson Foundation and Alvin R. Mahrer and John C Norcross and Doris K Silverman and Brian D. Smedley and Bruce E. Wampold and Drew Westen and Emory University and Brian T. Yates and American University and Nolan W. S. Zane and Geoffrey M. Reed and Lynn F. Bufka and Paul D. Nelson and Cynthia D. Belar and Merry Bullock}, year={2006} }