The National Psychologist - November/December 2013
The National Psychologist
CE Credit: 1 Hour
Learning Level: Intermediate
This CE test is based on the content of articles from The National Psychologist, November/December 2013 issue:
• Mental health again is issue in gun control debate
• APA Divison 42 - Fast Forward - Money: Why we don’t talk about it
• Meet the exchange-based patient
• Florida adopts Daubert standard for expert testimony
• Ethics – Patient access to records: the invisible confidentiality right
• Risk Management – The minefield of divorce counseling
• Ethics, psychology and the prison mess
Content for this test is available on The National Psychologist website.
Course #10-69 | 10 posttest questions
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