Framework for Competencies for U.S. Psychologists Engaging Internationally

@article{MorganConsoli2018FrameworkFC,
  title={Framework for Competencies for U.S. Psychologists Engaging Internationally},
  author={Melissa L. Morgan-Consoli and Arpana G. Inman and Merry Bullock and Susan A. Nolan},
  journal={International Perspectives in Psychology: Research, Practice, Consultation},
  year={2018},
  volume={7},
  pages={174–188}
}
Despite some general guidelines, tips, and calls for international engagement, there are no explicit descriptions of competencies for U.S. psychologists engaged in professional work outside of their own country. This article outlines the rationale for developing such competencies needed to engage effectively outside one’s country and proposes broad descriptions of core competencies and specific competencies for teaching, practice, research, and consultation and policy work. This article’s… 

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