The Boulder model: history, rationale, and critique

@article{Frank1984TheBM,
  title={The Boulder model: history, rationale, and critique},
  author={George H. Frank},
  journal={Professional Psychology: Research and Practice},
  year={1984},
  volume={15},
  pages={417-435}
}
  • G. Frank
  • Published 1 June 1984
  • Psychology
  • Professional Psychology: Research and Practice
Although the current philosophy of education in clinical psychology allows for the existence oj a program of training clinical psychologists who primarily want to be practitioners in conjunction with the more traditional scientist-practitioner (Boulder Model) program, departments of psychology have been reticent to adopt two-track programs. Indeed, the controversy as to the heuristic value of the scientist-practitioner program versus the practitioner program continues. The criticism of the… 
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