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Religious Beliefs and Political Ideologies as Predictors of Psychotherapeutic Orientations of Clinical and Counseling Psychologists
Examined the relations among religious beliefs, political ideologies, and psychotherapeutic orientations in 233 34-98 yr old clinical and counseling psychologists. A majority of the respondents affirmed having religious ...
Religious Beliefs and Therapeutic Orientations of Clinical and Counseling Psychologists
(Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 1998-06-01)
A 65-item questionnaire was used to examine the relations among religious beliefs and psychotherapeutic orientations in a national sample of 237 clinical and counseling psychologists. Sixty-six percent of these psychologists ...
Stanislavski’s Acting Method and Control Theory: Commonalities across Time, Place, and Field
(Social Behavior & Personality: An International Journal, 2004-01-06)
Constantin Stanislavski revolutionized 20th century theater by developing a highly articulated and practical system of acting, now referred to simply as 'the method.' Stanislavski's method presents a model of human behavior ...